Louie – Kimble

(Nov 7, 1920 to Apr 19, 2009)

rnHer Manchester England roots were evident: she was a proper lady. If you saw her it would be in a dress or a skirt. She loved helping others especially as a playground and cafeteria aid at the Fleetwood School. When not working she found relaxation on the beach, loved day trips and traveling with Carole, her daughter and best friend. She also found comfort in reading and knitting.rnWhile in England during WWII her mother felt bad for the homesick American soldiers and entertained them with tea. She thought so highly of one of them that she introduced him to Louie. After the war Louie followed Charles back to the U.S. where they settled in Moorestown and later Rancocas Woods and Delanco. Their 30 year marriage yielded two children: Carole of Delanco and Frank and his wife Sandy of Palmetto Fl as well as two grandchildren. She is also survived by several cousins in England.rnCome celebrate 88 prim and proper years Saturday 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, 337 Bridgeboro Street, Riverside where there will be a service at 11:00 a.m. Interment Oddfellows Cemetery, Burlington. rnrn

3 thoughts on “Louie – Kimble

  1. Donata M. Kratz

    Carol:rnYour job is done. Enjoy the rest of your life and know in you heart you did the best you could. May your mother rest happily in Jesus’s arms.

  2. Janet M. Mac Murray

    Carole, rnI am sorry for your loss. I know you will miss her terribly. May God be with you and your family in this time of sorrow. You were a good daughter and showed your love for your Mother, in the endless care that you gave her. God bless you, Janet

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