Wayne A. Joe Kimball

Born: Sun., Dec. 3, 1944
Died: Sat., May 4, 2019


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Wayne A. "Joe" Kimball 74 of Witt passed away Saturday, May 4, 2019 in Hillsboro Hospital.  Joe the son of Max Wright Kimball and Pearl May Smith Kimball was born December 3, 1944 in Burlington, Vermont. He married Mary Vancel March 20, 1993. She passed away September 20, 2015. Joe is survived by sisters Maxine Lunkes of Scoita, New York and Jackie (Dick) Wood of West Brookfield, Mass. He was preceded in death by his parenrts, wife Mary and a brother Earl. He was a truck driver and an Army Viet Nam veteran.

A graveside funeral will be held Wednesday, May 15, 2019 in Nokomis Cemetery.

 

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Maureen Cameron
   Posted Tue May 07, 2019
My condolences to Joe's sisters, sister-in-laws, Joe's nephews and nieces and to all family and friends that were in Joe's life. To Joe's son, Wayne A. Joe Kimball, Jr. , my heart goes out to you. I wish Joe could have been more involved in your life and you could have seen the side of him that I knew when we were young. He was a quick laugh and everyone loved his contagious smile. He loved his fast cars and no one could beat him when he raced on the GM strip in Massachusetts. He was good to his friends, and a hard worker. He did a tour in VietNam at the worse years of the war. I believe it scarred him but I was proud of his service and the effort he put forth to serve his country.

Wayne R Dukes
   Posted Thu May 09, 2019
Deepest sympathy to the family and friends. I worked with Joe at Walmart Transportation for many years and have a lot of good memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
Wayne Dukes

Charlie (Rat) Birchfield
   Posted Thu May 09, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Joe"s sisters, nieces,nephews and sister-in-laws, and to all family and friends who knew Joe. I worked with Joe at W R Grace and Wal-Mart. I can say that Joe was my true friend and in life you don"t have a lot of true friends but he was. I will miss my friend as will anyone who knew him. We talked on the phone as much as possible when he felt good and each time before we hung up he would say Love you like a brother and I knew he meant it as did I when I said Love you like a brother, he knew I meant it too. I will MISS my Brother and my Friend.

Charlie ( Rat) Birchfield
   Posted Sat May 11, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Joe's sisters nieces, nephews, and sister's in law, and family and friends who knew Joe. I worked with him at W R Grace and Wal-Mart. He was a true friend and true friends are hard to find. We talked as much as possible and before we hung up he always said love you like a brother and I knew he meant it. As I did when I said love you like a brother too. I will MISS my Friend and Brother.17

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