October 27, 1968 – June 18, 2020
Kim Hoag, 51, of Sherburne and formerly of Norwich passed away on Thursday, June 18, 2020, at the Oneida Health Care in Oneida. Kim was born in Norwich on October 27, 1968 the daughter of Vernon and Karen (Sejnoha) Hoag. She attended and graduated from the Norwich High School and made her home in Norwich for most of her life. She had been employed for many years by Circulars Unlimited and previously for Bytheway Typesetting. Kim was a caring person with a big heart especially when it came to her grandchildren. Although at times she could be a spit fire but she still was a friend at the end. She was an avid fan of the Buffalo Bills and also followed the SU basketball team. There was also a soft spot in her heart for her 3 cannine friends. Kim is survived by her daughter Kayla LoVette and son-in-law Dan Davenport of New Berlin, her parents Vern and Karen Hoag, her brother Vernon Hoag Jr. and his family and her grandchildren Brandon and Hailey Davenport and companion Mike Maine. A Celebration of Life for Kim will be held at a later date with time and place to be announced. All are welcome. Arrangements are with the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home.
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July 2, 2020
Kim and I grew close during our time together at Circulars Unlimited. She had the biggest heart, and treated everyone like family. I don't know how many hours we spent happily chatting away as we worked side by side. She spoke often of her daughter and two beautiful grandchildren, and our mutual love of shoes. Plus she was always there to offer support during others' times of need. Truly a beautiful soul. You will be missed my friend, love you Kim.
June 29, 2020
Vern and Karen
So very sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Lots of hugs are sent your way.
June 27, 2020
I had the pleasure of working with Kim for a couple of years around 2007 for Bytheway Publishing Services. I considered her not only a coworker, but a friend, as well. She worked very hard and was always the first person in the office, in the early hours of the morning. The office would sometimes still be dark in the winter when I got in, and I could look all the way down the row of cubicles to a little golden light, shining over her desk, letting me know she was already in and hard at work. We had a chance to chat and visit each other's desks during work duties, and she often talked about her beloved daughter, Kayla, and new grandson, at the time, Brandon, who she loved and was so excited about. We were close enough in age that we sometimes talked about music, and fun times from our generation. I will miss her as I knew her, hard working gal, with great spirit, who liked to have fun, and had great love for those in life she cherished. Fly with the angels, Kim, and keep 'em in line...I'll miss you, sweetie. My love to Kayla, and the whole family.
Joe Taranto Jr
June 26, 2020
She was able to bring smiles to my face even after a long time apart. You are all in my heart at this time. Please remember all the people that Kim touched.
Marlene (Taranto) Williams
June 25, 2020
So very sorry to hear of Kim's passing. We reconnected recently on Facebook and she truly fought a hard fight. Know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in paradise, Kim.
June 24, 2020
I am so sad to hear of Kim's passing- so was such a nice, fun tell it like it is person! She never forgot a person's birthday at work and always made them feel special. I will miss her great laugh and sending her funny gifs on her phone- I'm sure she's sipping her amaretto with the angels..Miss you Miss Kimmy!!!