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Little & Sons Funeral Home

4901 East Stop Eleven Road, Indianapolis, IN

OBITUARY

Chris Kimbley

May 7, 1971January 11, 2020
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Christopher "Chris" George Kimbley, 48, of Indianapolis, passed away on January 11, 2020. He was born on May 7, 1971 in Indianapolis to the late Clyde Sr. and Kathleen (Mathis) Kimbley.

Chris was very involved with the Marion County South Special Olympics. He participated in several events including bowling, basketball and track, just to name a few! He also spent time volunteering at Vineyard Community Church where he would help out in the coffee bar and the care center. Chris loved spending time in his old truck, listening to music and talking on his cell phone. He liked the Indianapolis Colts, Pacers and I.U. Chris had a smile that could light up the world and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Chris is survived by his siblings, Clyde Kimbley, Angie (Kenny Carrico) Kimbley and John (Shannon) Kimbley; and nephews Daniel Kimbley and Jeremy Kimbley. Chris was preceded in death by his parents, Clyde Sr. and Kathleen Kimbley; and his grandparents, Margaret Mathis, Leona Kimbley and Wilbur Kimbley.

A visitation will be held on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 from 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Little & Sons Funeral Home, 4901 East Stop 11 Road, Indianapolis, IN 46237. Memorial contributions may be made to the Marion County South Special Olympics, 6200 Technology Center Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46278. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home during visitation hours.

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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 15, 2020

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Karleen O’Flynn

January 18, 2020

I have so many great memories with Chris . I just want let you all know he said for me to tell all of you to get a job !!! Love Chris ❤️

Billy Mulry

January 17, 2020

Well buddy I know you always told me that im going to jail I really miss you so much I wish you was still here with all of us we love you so much.

Also we always went to the bowling alley every Saturday morning you always had a big smile on your face.

Shaelyn Hall

January 14, 2020

You were such a beautiful soul. The world was so blessed to have you. You could fill any room with so much joy. God definitely gained an angel and is lucky to have you in heaven. You will be missed by so many. I’m so lucky to have known you and you will hold a special place in my heart forever. I hope you’re laughing and asking lots of questions in heaven as you look down on all of us. Love you, buddy. You’ll never be forgotten.

Teresa Hall

January 14, 2020

Chris I am gonna miss you so much!! You have been apart of our lives for 33 years. I'm gonna miss your laughter. You saying your #1 ( we knew what you really meant lol) Steve loved teasing you with George. (AKA) D.H. lol. You have touched so many lives! Everyone that met you loved you. I love you Chris,

Sarah & Doug Dwyer

January 14, 2020

Chris, You were such a joy to Doug and I. We always looked forward to Access events knowing we would get to spend the time with you. We couldn't help ourselves but to laugh or smile every time you asked "where's Bobby at?" or asked us to tell Bobby to behave. And that was probably a thousand times so we were smiling the whole night! We're going to miss that soo incredibly much. You will always hold a place special in our hearts. ...Til we meet again. Love, Doug & Sarah

Steve Hall

January 14, 2020

Chris was my little buddy from the moment we met we had a connection. For 2 years my name was Randy that was fine I still chuckle today when I would hear that name. Whenever we were together it was pick on George time. Wheres George or Your #1 George. George would threaten Chris with selling his bicycle or truck. I have a lot of memories of Chris but the one thing that stands out is out of the blue he would look at me and say " I Love You Man". I will never forget u Chris and all the fun we had together. Now ur up there with momma. By the way Chris, " I Love You too Man"

Karl Morrison

January 14, 2020

To my co-worker, John and the entire family of Chris Kimbley,

I was very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the difficult days ahead.

With Sincerest Sympathy,

Karl Morrison
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Barbara Kimbley

January 14, 2020

Lil Buddy you were so loved by many you will be greatly missed Fly High RIH Lil Buddy I will love you always forever missed.. My prayers are with all the family and friends 🙏🙏🙏 praying for Gods comfort

Allison Nolan

January 14, 2020

The world lost a very special soul when Chris was taken to heaven. I will miss everything about him. I’ve always been his baby cakes and he’s my sweet lil man. Love and miss you Christopher George!!

Austin ODell

January 13, 2020

Chris and I did Special Olympics together. I helped him during bowling season. He was a good friend. He always had a smile on his face. You are in a better place now Chris. Love you buddy

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