William Earl Kimbell
December 12, 1963 – June 25, 2020
William Earl Kimbell was born on December 12, 1963 and passed away on June 25, 2020 and is under the care of Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services – South Hill.
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William Earl Kimbell
June 29, 2020
He even went as far as to help put my packages on my door step and check out when he struggling with his own health the day before being admitted to the hospital. He would always tell me if you see my truck here then feel free to stop by because I will be home. I wish I could see his truck again so my friend could be home. I know bill had many more stories to tell me and didn’t get to know a ton about his history but knew of his love for his family and that he wanted to be in Arizona to help his dad, and loved the ocean and warm weather. I know he is there now and that he is not in pain is my only comfort. I am going to miss my neighbor and friend and will charish our time together. I am inspired by how he lived as non judgmental caring person he was. Besides my sadness, I know bill would just want everyone to be okay and he would encourage me to keep my chin up. My prayers and thoughts go out to you all. Please reach out if you would like. I pray that you all are surrounded by love and that the lord can give you the strength to get through this. If you would like to reach out my number is (509) 822-9931. I miss you bill, I adore you and you all peace and comfort. Love you Bill, my cats miss you too. Ill see you later ❤️
June 29, 2020
Hello Bills family. I am sending my deepest sympathy’s to you all and you are all in my prayers. I was his neighbor and friend. He was the most sincere, genuine, supportive parental like figure in my life for the past year. I gained a close connection with Bill when I moved to spokane back in August. Having no family or many friends in the area, I was extremely grateful to have bill in my life and looking out for me everyday. We have had many meaningful conversations that I will cherish forever. Bill was immediate to welcome me to the apartments. I was taken back to when on Thanksgiving, after mentioning I am not going to be able to see my family this holidays, he later showed up at my door with a full thanksgiving meal. He ended up doing that on Christmas as well and we developed a close friendship. I was wholeheartedly grateful to him. As other testimony to Bills selflessness, he was always the first person I would call to check out suspicious people in the parking lot or a to lend a helping hand in offering laundry quarters, food, need a ride to the store, or just need someone to talk to and gain some wisdom and advice. He would never accept money for the things he did to help me out (living 300 miles from family and having no car) he was happy whenever he could help. Bill was someone i adored and enjoyed his company greatly. I had so many funny talks with him, and looked forward to seeing everyday or him coming by and loving on my cats. Bill became a legal guardian to my cats that he adored and they to him. It is difficult for me to think of not being able to call on phone and stop by for a quick chat. I know he was in much physical pain but you would not know from how he presented himself and focused on helping others including myself even up until the day I called him the ambulance. He was a proud and strong person, asking for help was hard for him but so natural for him to give it.