Kimberly C. Neal

Date of birth: November 9 1987

Date of death: September 4 2019

Kimberly Cheyanne Neal passed away suddenly after suffering a long battle with mental illness on Wednesday, September 4th, 2019. Kim is from St. John's, Oregon, and was the beautiful daughter of Jack and Marlene Neal.

Kimberly was beautiful, kind, loving, passionate and an adventurous young women, who could debate anyone and win with her sharp wit and ability to be exceptional with anything she tried.

Kim loved to hike the beautiful hills of Oregon and watch the beauty of the oceans. Kimberly was an incredibly fierce and loyal friend to others, and that carried over to her passion for animals and love of her family. Kimberly will leave such a void in so many of our lives, as we all mourn her beautiful smile, the sound of her laugh and the way she could make anyone laugh and smile.

Kimberly is survived by her mother Marlene Neal of St. John's, OR; Her father Jack Neal and his wife. Joanne Neal. of Brashear, TX; her sister Corilynn Bailey of Lewisville, TX; her brother Cody and his partner, Kelsey Smoot, of Kansas City, KS; her nieces Savannah Blagg and Lexi Bailey of Lewisville TX, and nephew Alex Blagg of Lewisville, TX.

She is also survived by numerous Aunts and Uncles and her close friends. Kimberly is proceeded in death by her precious grandparents from both sides of her family, and her brother Joshua James Neal.

A private family ceremony, followed by cremation will be held on Monday, September 9th, 2019 at Crown Cremation and Burial in Tualatin, Oregon, followed by private memorials on behalf of Kimberly at a later date.

34 tribute candles have been lit

Candle lit by Robin Mayther I am so sorry for your Family’s great loss. You were a beautiful and vibrant young Woman. Robin Mayther, former Counselor at Roosevelt High School

Candle lit by Lynn & Gregg Schnitzer Sending all our love to Kim's family and friends. She will be sorely missed. ♡

Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.

Candle lit by Shelly Dixon You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Candle lit by Savannah Blagg Aunt Kimmy was a bright light that lit up everyone’s life. I’m going to miss her dearly.

Candle lit by Phil There are no words to express what a loss this is to the world. I can still hear her voice from the last conversation we had. To say you'll be missed is an understatement.

Candle lit by Larry Seymore May you fly high on the heavens, cruise with a bright and shining light through the vast and beautiful universe and forever cast your love and peace around your family.

Candle lit by Martha and Pete Tolley So very sorry for your loss. God Bless you

Candle lit by Grace Smith We will miss your beauty of face and soul.

Candle lit by Bonnie Wilson My thoughts and prayers to Marlene and the family. Kimberlys spirit will be missed dearly.

Candle lit by Corilynn I love you sweet sister and hope you are hanging with Joshie in heaven.

Candle lit by Liz Kinnaman

Candle lit by Sarah My heart goes out to her family.

Candle lit by Kathy Kennedy Marlene and family, words cannot express the sorrow. ❤️

Candle lit by Jeanne Pottratz You were always smiling and kind. My heart goes out to the family. You definitely are leaving a void in the universe

Candle lit by Vickie Golab

Candle lit by Robert and Stawny Hall & family Our heart breaks for the Neal family today. You will be in our thoughts during this difficult time.

Candle lit by Janet Stanley The Lord is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in Spirit. Psalm 34:18

Candle lit by Robert and Stawny Hall and family Words cannot say how sorry we are during this difficult time. Our heart goes out to the Neal family today.

Candle lit by Sarah Culligan I still can’t believe this such a fun and funny person gone. Miss you kim

Candle lit by PJ Sills Rest in peace, Kimberly. Everyone is battling something, and people will use your story for perspective. ❤️

Candle lit by Molly Hagerty Heartfelt condolences to the Neal family. Kim is a beautiful soul that I had the privilege of getting to know. She could really light up a room just by her presence. She will be deeply missed by those that knew her; yet Heaven undoubtedly shines a bit brighter from her arrival.

Candle lit by Shaun hoyt I am so very sorry for your loss. I am praying for the family!

Candle lit by Mario Calabrese

Candle lit by Jack Cannon

Candle lit by MJ Prayers for your family in this Tim of sorrow.

Candle lit by Jordan Hall You were a beautiful and will be missed. Prayers to your family during this time.

Candle lit by St Johns community/neighbor Praying for peace for her family

Candle lit by Kathy Skeeters

Candle lit by Harmony Kim had this radiant light that just glowed from the core of her being. I miss you, Kim.

Candle lit by Jamie and Pete Dryden We are so sorry for this loss. We only had the pleasure of being in the company of Kim a few times. That’s all it took to know she was such a kind and radiant individual. She will be missed.

Candle lit by Marisa Mohr Love always to you Kim.

Candle lit by Melissa i am sorry for you're loss.

Candle lit by Tanya we don't have many rays of lightin this worldand one of them just stopped shining