Kimberly Ann Casper
August 8, 1984 – April 2, 2021
Kimberly Ann Casper, age 36, of Troy, Texas passed away on Friday, April 2, 2021 at a local hospital. She was born on August 8, 1984 in Gatesville, Texas the daughter of William and Cindy (Price) Campbell.
Visitation will take place on Friday, April 9, 2021 from 5:00pm – 8:00pm at Scanio-Harper Funeral Home 3110 Airport Rd. Temple, Texas 76504.
Funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 10:00am at First Assembly of God Church, 722 W. Main St. Troy, Texas 76579. Burial will follow at Moody Cemetery, Moody, Texas.
Kim was an active member of First Assembly of God Church in Troy and was a powerful presence attending many prayer meetings and helping to change lives.
She is survived by her husband Dennis Casper of Troy, children, Maci Campbell, Makenzi Campbell and Dennis “DJ” Casper, Jr. all of Troy, her mother Cindy Campbell of Moody, siblings, David Campbell of Temple, Penny Yanez of Austin, William Campbell and wife Toyna of Moody, Chris Campbell and wife Renee of Moody, Connie Campbell of Fort Worth, Big Billy Campbell and wife Robin of Weatherford, Patrick Campbell of Weatherford, and Lori Campbell of Weatherford. Kim is also survived by her mother-in-law Barbara Casper of Troy and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father William Campbell, sister Linda Faye Campbell, father-in-law Carl Casper and a niece Shylynn Ann Yanez.
In lieu of flowers memorials to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (www.komen.org) would be appreciated.
- Dennis Casper, Husband
- Maci Campbell, Daughter
- Makenzie Campbell, Daughter
- Dennis "DJ" Casper, Jr., Son
- Cindy Campbell, Mother
- David Campbell, Brother
- Penny Yanez, Sister
- William Campbell, Brother
- Chris Campbell, Brother
- Connie Campbell, Sister
- Big Billy Campbell, Brother
- Patrick Campbell, Brother
- Lori Campbell, Sister
- Barbara Casper, Mother-In-Law
Friday, April 9, 2021
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Kimberly Ann Casper
April 9, 2021
Kim was an amazing women for sure. I remember getting a snack with Kinzy and when I asked for pickles Kim said she loved them too and “You're my pickle buddy!” She will always be missed and I am thankful for her always.
April 9, 2021
So many memories I will always cherish of you. Softball, playing babies, prom hair, you doing my daughters hair for the father daughter dance, sleep overs at each other’s house. Those days will live on forever.. I’m so glad I got to see you one more time before god called you home. I love you Kim and will miss you 😔
April 8, 2021
I love my little sister and miss her ever day.when we were little we use to play cops and robbers of course she was the best robber and I had this set of handcuffs and so when I could catch her I wold hand cuff her to the bed post till she started yelling for mom I would run in and let her go. Mom was on my side but I always got into trouble with dad.and now she is flying over us everyday with Dad and I can see the smile on their faces when they got to see each other. Way to young . RIP little sister I love you and will see you again
Ricardo Julie Zain Zach Alicia Rico Zoey Rodriguez
April 7, 2021
No one will ever know how much Kim and her family means to our family. Kim was a mama bear where you better not be talking negative about her babies. She was so proud of Maci (working and going to school), Kinzy (playing sports like volleyball and basketball and track), DJ (hard core baseball player and watched to the end, even if it had to be live) and last but not least always bragging about her husband Dennis and how he provides for his family and always there for their family. Kim taught baby Rico to say Mama first before Dada. I would tease her about it and she made it happen. Kim caught Rico’s first steps on video for us. Kim gave Rico his first cheese puff and first root beer float. When I would tell Rico it was time to go to Kim’s he would get so happy and run to the door. We always knew he was in great hands with Kim. They were like 2 peas in a pod. If it was the weekend, even though she babysat him all week, she would say “Come over I want to see my baby.” Being a few blocks away, we made it happen! Kim wasn’t the only one who loved Rico, her whole family does. That is what makes it so special. Wish there was more time but I know she suffered a lot and she is now in God’s hands. Zain and Zach went to school with Maci. Kim told me a story about Zach and another boy sneaking to see Maci years ago. We laugh about it now but at the time it wasn’t funny. I included Zoey because we also trusted Kim to take care of our baby girl when we had to travel. Yes she is a dog but part of the family, as again Kim never let us down but mostly never let down our friendship. We will always cherish the memories and even though relocating we are expecting a visit from Kim’s family. I pray we all keep in touch. Know we are always a call away and will continue praying, We love y’all.
April 5, 2021
I just wanted to say that it was such a pleasure meeting Kim, she had a heart full of gold and was such a beautiful spirit to be around in the short time that I knew her.
April 5, 2021
My heart is just broken. I always loved talking to Kim when I ran into her. She always made me laugh. She was so proud of her kids and her husband. Dennis, she told me you were good to her and good for her. I'm so glad she got to have a family to love and make her life complete. I will never forget that smile. My deepest sympathy to all of you. May God hold you extra close.
April 5, 2021
I have so many memories of summers spent when i would go to moody and stay...or Kim's family would come to Mineral Wells and stay. Kim Penny and i always had so much fun together! I never had sisters so I always loved spending time with them. Playing canasta, having an amazing July 4th bash, staying up late with Penny doing our hair. My childhood was better because of my cousins and i will always cherish the memories. Penny, Billy, Peanut I love you all very much!