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Brenda J. Kimberlin

December 15, 2023

Brenda Kimberlin Obituary

Brenda J. Kimberlin

78 passed peacefully from this life December 15, 2023, at the Veteran’s Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She had served in the US Navy during the Vietnam War.

Brenda is survived by her sons, Bill (Tina) Straitt of Kenosha, WI And Michael (Lori) Straitt, daughter, Ronda Behnke of Green Bay, WI. And five grandchildren.
Brother, Will (Pamela) Kimberlin of Coldwater MI. And three sisters, Karen (Claborne Earl) Evans of Duff, TN, Gale (Lonnie) Davis, Saxton, KY, and Niobie (Mike) Marlowe of Nolensville, TN.  Sister-in-law, Peggy Kimberlin, Chillicothe, OH. Many nieces, nephews, great and great-great nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Frank W. Kimberlin of Morley, TN., Mother, Frances Kimberlin Cupp, and Stepfather, Grady Cupp.  Three brothers, Gerald Kimberlin of Duff, TN, Norman Kimberlin of Bainbridge, OH, and George Kimberlin, Chillicothe, OH.  Sister, Katherine Kimberlin, Ocklawaha, FL.; Sister-in-law, Patty Kimberlin, Niece’s, Teresa Mendenhall, Trimble; Susan Skaggs; Nephew, Nicky Kimberlin and great nephew DJ Williams of Michigan.

No services are planned.

This is a courtesy announcement for the Kimberlin family by the Harp Funeral Home of Jellico. "Your Family Funeral"

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