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Kim Marie Carroll

April 13, 1957April 27, 2021
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Kim Marie Carroll, age 64, of Warren, passed away April 27, 2021. She enjoyed playing cards, poker, bingo and going to the casino. Kim worked at Wico Metal in Warren, MI. Loving mother of Rachel Carroll. Beloved fiancé of Robert Bousson. Proud grandmother of Adriana McIntosh. Dearest sister of Deborah Myers and Robin Robb and step-sister of Bill Wendt. Dearest niece of Richard Robb and Elizabeth Robb. Predeceased by her father, John Robb. She will also be missed by her dog, Sweet Pea. Visitation will be Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 3pm until 8pm with a Memorial Service and Time of Sharing at 6pm at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Avenue, Roseville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude. Please share a memory with the family on Kim’s online guestbook.

  • FAMILY

  • Rachel Carroll, Daughter
  • Robert Bousson, Fiancé
  • Adriana McIntosh, Grandchild
  • Deborah Myers, Sister
  • Robin Robb, Sister
  • Bill Wendt, Step-brother
  • Predeceased by her father, John Robb.


    She will also be missed by her dog, Sweet Pea.
  • DONATIONS

  • St. Jude

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

  • Memorial Service and Time of Sharing

    Thursday, May 6, 2021

Memories

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Linda Parker

May 6, 2021

Only knew her through her sister Debbie, but I always envied the closeness shared by these sisters, and the sense of humor they all shared. I am so very sorry for the family and send my love and prayers to comfort you in your grief.

Kathy Barnowsky

May 6, 2021

Rest in Paradise Kimmy, Your Sense of humor will be missed by Many, Make sure you Rattle Some Cages Up There, Love Ya 💕

David Carroll

May 6, 2021

I do remember one memory when The nightOf our wedding many years ago by best man Joe queentree took our bedroom and put it in the front Room in the front Room in our bedroomWhen we came back home from the Hall Warn elks clubWe couldn't believe our eyes in the next morning we were almost late to take our flight to Vegas for our honeymoonWhere were within minutes of not making our flightKim was determined to make that flightIt's not funny but it was very true

Richard Brodie

May 4, 2021

I am forever grateful to Kim for her 43 year career at Wico Metal Products and she will be deeply missed by all of her friends here!

Angela Lawson

May 3, 2021

Like so many people, I met Kim at Wico. I got to know Kim at our work bar nights, she was usually the life of the party. Eventually we became office mates and became friends. We shared several offices together over the years and became each other’s standing lunch date. Kim had the best/funniest stories. She wasn’t shy, she told it like it was. She also had a big heart and looked out for the people she cared about. I consider myself very lucky to have been included in that group. I’m happy to have so many good memories with my friend and will miss her so much.

Nancy Wiedbusch

May 3, 2021

Kim was also a proud member of the BeeOtch bowling team. We will always miss her and will always remember our crazy good times we had with her. Gone but never forgotten

Mike Bennett

May 3, 2021

I think Kim was 19 when I first met her. She was operating an old press at Wico, which meant she was the absolute monarch of that machine and its surroundings. She was far prettier than any other woman who could swing a 20 pound sledgehammer like that.
Kim was always straightforward and never shy. I always valued her opinions, and knew that she'd deliver on anything she said. She was great fun and a worthy opponent.
Kim was not a forgettable person. She definitely made her mark. The world will be a lot less interesting without her.
I will miss her a lot.

Beth Boguslawski

May 2, 2021

I have known Kim since she was a teenager. We shared a lot of good times together, at concerts at Pine Knob, in Grand Bend, at Tiger games and playing poker.
I will miss her so much. She made poker so much fun. Us bitches stuck together. That's a compliment to both of us. Love you Kim.

Kendall Kroll

May 2, 2021

I worked at Kim with Wico for the last 8 years of Kim’s career. She was the most popular girl around and the funniest. She was rough and tough but also one of the sweetest people I knew. I looked up to her for advice and guidance daily and she quickly became my work mom and friend. I have so many memories of nights out, pounding bud lights and getting her home safely. A couple late night visits at the Coney Island and prank calling our boyfriends/husbands in the car on speaker phone. The life of the party! I’m so happy I got to have one last night out on her birthday with her a few weeks ago-AND was tickled by the fact that Bob let me keep her out a little later and drive her home one last time. I’ll think about her tons and will miss her very much. Hugs from heaven Kim! I know I’ll be seeing you again on your terms one way or another! Love you!

Raelene Butkovich

May 2, 2021

Kim was a good friend for over 21 years. I'm really going to miss her. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.

Raelene

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Biography

Kim Marie Carroll, age 64, of Warren, passed away April 27, 2021. She enjoyed playing cards, poker, bingo and going to the casino. Kim worked at Wico Metal in Warren, MI. Loving mother of Rachel Carroll. Beloved fiancé of Robert Bousson. Proud grandmother of Adriana McIntosh. Dearest sister of Deborah Myers and Robin Robb and step-sister of Bill Wendt. Predeceased by her father, John Robb. She will also be missed by her dog, Sweet Pea. Visitation will be Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 3pm until 8pm with a Memorial Service and Time of Sharing at 6pm at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Avenue, Roseville. Please share a memory with the family on Kim’s online guestbook.