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Reeves Funeral Home

3308 North Main Street, Hope Mills, NC

OBITUARY

Kimberly Ann Faddis

August 25, 1957December 22, 2019
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On Sunday, December 22, 2019, Kimberly Ann Faddis, of Fayetteville, passed away suddenly at the age of 62 at her home.

Kim loved spending time with her family, volunteering with animal shelters, vacationing at the beach, and cuddling with her dog, Liberty. She was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose where she spent time with friends and volunteered. She loved with her whole heart and made everyone feel like part of her extended family.

Kim will forever be remembered by her husband and best friend, Jim, their children, Nikki and Tony Watterson and Trisha and Bobby Lee, special friend and brother-in-law, Jack Faddis, her grandchildren Kayla and Stephen Huff, Kori Watterson, Luther Cummings, James Watterson, and Olivia Lee, and by her nephews, Cameron Watson and Anthony Burnette. Kim was preceded in death by her son, James Adair Faddis, her mother and stepfather, Fred and Wanda Burnette, her father, James Hall, her sister, Freda Faddis, her brother, Toby Burnette, and her nephew, Christopher Watson.

The family will receive friends from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at Reeves Funeral Home in Hope Mills, NC. Followed by services at 3 p.m. A private burial with family and close friends will be held on Monday, December 30, 2019, at 10 a.m. at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to It Takes a Village Animal Rescue in Sanford, NC.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, December 29, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, December 29, 2019
  • Burial Monday, December 30, 2019

Memories

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Larry Claxton

December 31, 2019

Dear Jim and family,
My prayers are with you during this time of great loss.You all have done so much good for so many people.With love and prayers for Gods comfort and help.,
Larry Claxton

Amy Ibarra

December 29, 2019

There are no words that could make this any easier. You were a 1 of a kind woman. You didn't look at us like strangers ,because I honestly don't think you knew strangers.
20 years ago you came into my life like a whirlwind of Love, laughs and great wisdom. I remember working for and with you at the Gaslight and playing pranks on everyone and each other, to Singing many ridiculous karaoke songs together, dancing and getting into shenanigans, to being grounded because Nikki and I taste tested to many shots.. lol
Pool parties and so many other funny and less inappropriate laughs shared.
You were and will always be a woman of endless love and incredible courage and strength.
You will shine on through everyone who knew you and will be greatly missed by all!
Love and Prayers

Michele Cole

December 29, 2019

Always a fun time with Kim. She would always make me laugh at the most inappropriate times! I will always remember her for her sense of humor and eagerness to have fun wherever she was. You will be forever in my heart Kim 😘

Venessa DeLaRosa

December 29, 2019

I met you and your family right as I needed a second family at the age of 13. You and your family to me to Lake Tahoe. Growing up poor I’d never been a lot of places and I was going through so much emotionally and physically. But God see fit that met Nikki and your family at the right time. You loved me as one of your own. I shared so many special memories with you guys as a teenager. I wish as an adult I could have shared more. But I will always cherish and hold onto the love you gave me. Sleep well queen. You will be missed by so many. I pray for your family and friends. Love you always. Venessa

Gerry kleffman

December 29, 2019

Hello Family: It is moments to Mammy's Celebration @3. I look forward to being there to hear and feel her presence of joy.
I did not know Mammy well on a face to face, day to day basis. I DID know her well thru her children, grandchildren and greatbabies.
Once Mammy instilled her personality and values into each of you, it was and remains there to stay. I never remember seeing her without a smile or , literally,beside one of the family. I am not at all sure if she was ever outside the company of "family" . I think she adopted everyone she met. Reading the memories of her loving ways, she had no people boundaries. YOU were loved for who you were. PERIOD. Funny how this gift seems to be quite pervasive in her children and all she touched. YOU will miss your Mammy. The world will miss a vibrant lady with so much heart.
God will provide the much needed grand memory of Kimberly Ann Faddis. It will be at just the right time you need a dose of Mammy in all her splendor. Life well lived. Life well loved.
WE love you all and share your tears. The Kleffman Family.

Andrea Gollnick

December 29, 2019

From the very first encounter with Kim and Jim they were "Ma and Pa". I knew right away Kim was the matriarch of the family, and could see how much love and strength she had etched into her children and theirs. Wherever she was if I was there it was always love and hugs as if I was her family. Her passing is a huge loss for everyone she blessed with her friendship, love, and loyalty. We will miss you dearly Ma, I know you will be watching over all of us as you fly high.

Jessica Coffman

December 29, 2019

I don't even know where to begin.. How do I share just one memory when most of my memories involve you. You have truly been a second mom to me for 15 years.. You have always been the life of the party bringing a brightness everywhere you go. So kind and caring.. I love you so very much Kim and will miss you even more.

Troy and Tammy Wojtal

December 28, 2019

Kim was that special person you could always count on to bring laughter and cheer everywhere she went. Loved with everything she had. We are fortunate enough to have shared countless fun times with her and her wonderful family. My husband has the honor of sharing her birthdate. We will forever remember Kim and all the wonderful memories we have together. Our prayers for her family. Love The Wojtals

Susan Wilson

December 28, 2019

I remember all the fun times when your parents owned the bar. We loved going there watching everyone sing karaoke. Everytime I hear the song Love Shack I always think of yall. So sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers for the family.

Donna Bailey

December 28, 2019

Kim had such a beautiful heart, when you became her friend she treated you like family. We had many conversations. about life and her fur baby Libby, but mostly her family. I will miss our conversations and my sushi eating friend Love you Kim.

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