Kim Marie Stone

January 30, 1970January 31, 2019

Norwich-Kim Marie Stone, age 49, of Norwich, passed away unexpectedly at her home on January 31, 2019. She was born January 30, 1970 in Norwich to Major Williams Jr., and Joanne (Stone) Williams. She worked as a CNA at Orchard Grove in Uncasville. Besides her loving parents, she leaves behind a companion Darryl Terry of Norwich, a daughter Regina Stone and her companion Sebastian Andreus of Griswold, a daughter Lateesha Murphy of Norwich, a daughter Tiara Murphy of Norwich, a daughter Melissa Course of Norwich and a daughter Morgan Howse of Norwich as well as 13 grandchildren. She is also survived by brothers Major Williams III, Algernon Stone both of Norwich and Gary Good of Arizona. Calling hours will be held on Friday from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at Church and Allen Funeral Home, 136 Sachem St. Norwich.


  • Calling Hours / Visitation Friday, February 8, 2019

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Elana Adams

February 8, 2019

I love Kim.. she is a angel in disguise! There’s only a few ppl that can b loved as Kim is! I love u forever girl! I was one of the lucky ones that got to know you! Thank u
Elana Adams

Betsy Bordeau

February 7, 2019

Words cannot express the sadness I feel for your family at this tough time. I feel privileged to have known Kim and to have her on my team as a cna. She was a pivotal part of the care and treatment of our seniors with dementia. She knew just what to say and what to do. She was a great friend to all she knew and the world was a better place with her in it. It is with great sadness that I write this because she was taken too soon. Her smile lit up the room and her boisterous laugh was infectious! She will be missed by all who knew her. Fly high my friend-until we meet again! I love you! 💕

Evelyn Loret

February 5, 2019

To Kim's Family and loved ones... My deepest condolences .Kim was one of my mom's caretaker at Orchard Grove nursing home.When I had any concerns or worries Kim would always find words to comfort me and reassure me,that as long she was there she would make sure my mom will be taken good care of.Kim was very caring and full of life and a dedicated worker.My mom and I will miss Kim very much.God Bless and may she R.I.P

Michael Stiggle

February 4, 2019

Kim I just want to say you are a beautiful star being I remember you being my next door neighbor and being kind and loving and caring and have grown into such a beautiful woman. I pray that your spirit soars in that the angelic qualities that you share are sprinkled upon your children and I pray for peace and comfort for your family now knowing that you are safe and that you still live on because your spirit is strong love always your old neighbor Michael Stiggle

Cheryl Kievits

February 4, 2019

My deepest condolences on the loss of such a wonderful woman. From the day I met her she was always willing to do whatever she could to make life better for those she loved. I couldn’t have asked for a warmer welcome into her family. Her outgoing warm personality, her quickness to laugh, her generous nature and good advice are exceeded only by the size of her heart. I learned much about being a strong woman from her. I loved her passion for the patients she cared for and the dedication she showed them. I have so many wonderful memories. I know she’s looking down on everyone from above.

Amy Sanders-Banning

February 3, 2019

So sorry for the families loss. Kim was so great with my mom and I will miss seeing her smile.

Melinda Rodriguez

February 3, 2019

Where do I begin? Theres so much about her. Her personality was huge, and a heart to match. Great person all around. There's genuine qualities that she empowered that I admired so much. Anyone Kim came in contact with, she definitely left an impression. Kim, u are loved by many and we will miss you dearly. Fly high, my friend

Bev Schryver

February 2, 2019

Your beautiful mother made life better for all the people in her care. She was loving, kind and strong, She was a fierce advocate for the residents at Orchard Grove in a loud and bold way. She called on us all to be better and to give more. She filled the room with laughter and love. I will never forget her beautiful smile. My heart breaks for your family. My heart breaks for Orchard Grove. Her star is too bright to ever be diminished though. It will shine on in your hearts and in mine.
Thank you Kim. I was blessed to know you. I will miss you so very much.

Senga Doughty

February 2, 2019

Kims Family and loved ones..."I am so sorry for your loss...My thoughts and prayers are with you all."
The heart that your mother had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know her and be blessed by her.. I believe children and grandchildren are the legacy their mothers begin andKim has built a strong legacy that I know will continue on.
It was truly a pleasure working with your Mum. I will miss her more than I can say.
God Bless and comfort you all.
Senga Doughty.

Donna Corna

February 2, 2019

Kim was an amazing CNA. She loved caring for the residents at Orchard Grove. She was compassionate & dedicated, always striving to give the best care she could. I will miss her very much. Thank you Kim for all your hard work!❤❤❤