Suddenly at her home on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, in her 59th year. Kym will be missed by her loving partner Rod Clark, and also sadly missed by her siblings; Scott, Heather Spence (Doug), Charlene Oldham (Rob) and Mark Pangowish, and her nephews ; Greg (Carly), Tyler and Jacob. Friends will be received by the family on Wednesday, December 1st from 1 until the Service for Kym at 2 o’clock at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Cremation has taken place. Please note, proof of full vaccination and identification will need to be shown to attend. Expressions of Sympathy to the Scarborough Health Network or Toronto Humane Society would be appreciated.
Rest in Peace Kim Thinking of you and Bless your family
Kym, my dear friend and niece, I am honored that you were able to share in my journey and I in yours. I will cherish the memories we created – the hugs, the laughs, the heart-to-hearts and your beautiful smile. Until we meet again, I have you tucked securely in my heart. Love and miss you. See you on the other side! Love Noni
I will always cherish the memories with you, the bluffs and Celestina especially. you have always been a good friend.
Hope you are at peace… I will miss you but will never forget you..
Kym, It is sad that our friendship has ended. I loved being your friend in earlier days, when you often confided in me, and when we went shopping for new outfits for you to enjoy, at your mom’s request. It was always a blast babysitting you and your siblings, and I wish we had more “time” to continue being friends. RIP Kym, my quirky, intelligent, entertaining friend.
Sandra Smith (Slack)
Scott, Heather, Charlene.
My deepest sympathy on the death of your sister. I am thinking of you all at this sad time. May you know she is at peace.
Our deepest condolences on the sudden passing of Kym. Shelley and Nick Dorazio
To Scott, Heather and Charlene
Our deepest sympathies to you and your families at this time. What great memories the Thompson and Oldham families have to remember. Family get togethers, Chinese food after church and so many more. I have always had a special place in my heart for Kim and am sadden at this sudden loss. Sorry I can not be with you for the funeral but all of you will be in my thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs to all of you.
I knew Kymberleigh since her birth. It is difficult to find the words to express my sadness. There were some real fun times with the Oldhams over the years, especially during the growing-up years when, in the summer months, we all went camping, on picnics, to beaches and so on. Kym was the oldest of the Oldham gang and was a lot of fun.
I wish Kym’s siblings and their extended families my sincere and deep sympathy.
My condolences to all the family, friends and especially to Rod. I was just able to reconnect with Kym after many years. Kym lived with me at my parents home for a time. We had great conversations during that time. [Thank you for the memories!] Recently Kym offered to help me with my new puppy but since I do not live in the city we sadly never got to make those arrangements. [Rest In Peace Kym! You are in my thoughts and prayers]
Sorry I am unable to attend Kym’s service today!
Scott, Heather and Charlene,
We were so sorry to hear of Kym’s passing and wish we could have been with you on Wednesday to celebrate her life.
Our thoughts are with you and your families.
Linda Southall, Jay, Lee and Sherri and families.
We were friends in High School. I tried to find you many times over the years but had forgotten that you spelled your first name “Kym”. Sad that when I found you it was to hear of your passing. Rest In Peace my friend, and condolences to friends and family.