Kimberly Ann Combs

February 16, 1958December 19, 2018

Kimberly Ann Combs, 60, passed away, Wednesday, December 19, 2018. She was born February 16, 1958 in Parkersburg, West Virginia to the late Raymond and Barbara (Modesitt) Marshall. She was a member of Independent Nazarene Church in Beech Grove and worked as an LPN. She really enjoyed going to bingo and loved shopping. She is survived by her son, Andrew Combs (Lacey); daughters, Julie Fields (Charles) and Courtney Baird (Donald); grandchildren, Grayden Combs, Ella Combs, and Clark Baird; and brothers, Phil Marshall and Steve Marshall. Visitation will be Sunday, December 23 from 1 – 3 pm at Little and Sons Funeral Home, 4901 E Stop 11 Rd., Indianapolis, Indiana. Her Funeral Service will be Sunday, December 23 at 3 pm at the funeral home She will be laid to rest at a later date in the family cemetery in West Virginia. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to: Parkinson’s Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Ste 1509, New York, New York, 10018. Online condolences may be left at


  • Raymond Marshall, Father
  • Barbara (Modesitt) Marshall, Mother
  • Andrew Combs (Lacey), Son
  • Julie Fields (Charles), Daughter
  • Courtney Baird (Donald), Daughter
  • Grayden Combs, Grandchild
  • Ella Combs, Grandchild
  • Clark Baird, Grandchild
  • Phil Marshall, Brother
  • Steve Marshall, Brother

  • Parkinson's Foundation


  • Visitation Sunday, December 23, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, December 23, 2018

Kimberly Ann Combs

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Sabra Stark

December 21, 2018

As a nurse for Kim, I will miss talking with her as I fed her dinner every night. She loved talking about her life as a nurse but mostly her children and grandchildren. She lit up speaking of you all. I dialed the phone for her weekly so she could “check up on her kids”. At bedtime, I’d help her eat her snacks that you’d bring in and we’d talk when she was able. She loved family feud and hallmark movies and she’d have me change the channel to make sure she could see them. Then she’d laugh about the same plots in the movies and figure out the end. She wasn’t just a patient but a friend as are ages weren’t that far apart. It was a pleasure seeing her to the end of this life! I have prayed with her and over her. She will be missed but I know she’s in a new body and enjoying her new life in Jesus. I wish I could be there Sunday but we are having our family Christmas at noon since I have to work Christmas. Please know you are in my prayers at this time.