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Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre

1001 Ottawa Street South, Kitchener, ON

OBITUARY

Kimberly Ann Rollins

May 28, 1976February 5, 2020
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Beloved daughter of Jennifer. Dear sister of Mike and his wife Michelle. Proud aunt of Kauã, Sonny, Barkley and Loki. Kim loved attending Blue Jays games whenever she could, and had a life-long passion for horses. Kim's greatest joy was simply spending time with her family, and she truly treasured every moment she could spend with them.

Cremation has taken place. A time of remembrance will be held at Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre, 1001 Ottawa St. S., Kitchener, (519-743-8900), on Saturday, February 15th from 1:30 - 4:30 pm. Please feel free to dress casually.

Kim struggled for all of her adult life with an eating disorder, therefore, in lieu of flowers donations would be appreciated to the National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED). Online condolences can be made at www.westmountfuneralchapel.com

"Um cafezinho, sem leite, sem açúcar, por favor."

CARPE DIEM

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, February 15, 2020

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Debbi Tjeng

February 21, 2020

Kim,
I will miss your effervescent spirit, and contagious laugh; your enormous capacity to love the people (and animals) in your life, and the accompanying stories that you would share with such affection about your time with them. I am so sad that I won't be able to know any more about the books/articles you read, the people you met, or to hear any more of the comprehensive fascinating trivia knowledge that you stored in your incredible brain. You have always been such a special soul, and I pray that you are at peace. I won't forget you. RIP.

Susan Entz

February 21, 2020

Hello,
Today is February 21st and I have just found out this devastating news.
Kim was an active volunteer at Grand River Hospital for a number of years - and was recently on a leave of absence. It is unfortunate that this disorder interfered with her desire to help others. She always arrived with high spirits and a smile, and a willingness to take on multiple shifts - never knowing that she was fighting a battle of her own.

We will miss her kind spirit but are thankful that she is now at peace.

Susan Entz
Coordinator, Volunteer Resources
Grand River Hospital

Michelle Rollins

February 20, 2020

My heart hurts so bad right now.
I just lost my best friend my Big little Sis

Thank you for loving my kids as your own. Thank you for welcoming Kaua and I into your family, from the time when you went to Rio to meet us 11 years ago to when we first arrived in Canada... Even though we didn’t speak English very well you always tried your best to understand and make us feel comfortable and loved.
It breaks my heart that our kids won’t have your daily presence as they love you so much and you were their number one fan, I really don’t know how my life is going to be without my Sis who was always there for me and accept me as I am. We have never had a fight ever, not even an argument offcourse as I would never say or do anything to hurt you.
Because of your gigantic heart our difficult transition to another country and culture became so much easier. You were the most beautiful, fun, thoughtful and smart girl I’ve ever known. I don’t want to believe that I won’t hear your voice or get your Bom Dia messages anymore...

Life without your light is so grey already.
But I do believe that you are in a better place now and that when my time comes you will be there for me.

Deus é tão misericordioso que permitiu que Eu te ligasse algumas horas antes de você partir para pedir que se cuida-se porque você era muito importante para mim e que te amava muito.

Que Deus e seus entes queridos te recebam e que você tenha a paz que merece.

Eu te Amo Sis 🖤
Best Friends Forever 🌻

angela nosalik

February 18, 2020

I didn't know your daughter but I saw her often walking in my neighbourhood. It was evident that this beautiful soul was ravaged by this terrible illness AN. Unfortunately I am too familiar with this disease.

My deepest sympathies. You are in my prayers.


angela

Adele Eyman

February 15, 2020

Dear Kim, thank you for being such a kind and pleasant neighbour. I will miss saying hello and our brief chats. May eternal rest be yours.

Sarah Marsh

February 15, 2020

I'm very sorry to hear about Kim's passing at such a young age. I knew her when she rode horses at Pineview Stables many years ago. I'm glad I ran into her this past year to let her know I always admired what a good rider she was. She was such a gentle soul, and I remember how sweet she was with her pony Black Jack.

Jim & Sandra Stuebing

February 15, 2020

We have been neighbors of Jennifer and Kim for many years. If the love and friendship she received from her family and friends had helped she might have been able to overcome this dreadful disease. But it was just too difficult. Kim was smart as a whip and fun to have a coffee with and solve the problems of the world. Believe me she was never at a loss for words.

Kim, you are now at peace and resting. With time we wish Jennifer and Mike peace and to remember the happy times.

Love from Jim & Sandra



Sheri James

February 14, 2020

To my oldest childhood friend -
Your smile and hearty laugh was an integral part of my childhood. I thank you for those memories.
I know you have struggled for many years, so I take comfort in knowing you have found peace.

Jennifer, Mike and family... she left us too soon. I am so sorry for your loss. I am certain she is currently sharing that wonderful smile with all of the other angels around her.

Love
Sheri

Lynne Newman (Phelps)

February 13, 2020

I feel very blessed to have known Kim. I have so many wonderful memories around our mutual passion for horses and am thankful for being entrusted to be one of her coaches to assist Kim in her passion for competitive riding. Kim always gave 110% each and every moment onboard her horses.

But Kim was also always such a delight on a personal level as part of our 'barn family' with her playful antics, infectious laugh and a smile that would melt you.

I know she will be missed dearly by all whose hearts she touched - and those are many.

My most sincere condolences to Jennifer and family.

Brian Gingerich

February 12, 2020

We were next door neighbors with Jennifer for 3 years and vividly recall Kimberly's always smiling face and pleasant hello's when she would visit with her Mom! Such mighty strength, now in everlasting peace. Our deepest sympathies for Jennifer, her family and friends. Sending wishes for many uplifting memories of her lifetime with all of you!

Brian, Luanne, Audrey

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