Kimberly Laine Maggs
June 06, 1958 ‒ July 16, 2019
Loving wife, mother, sister, and friend, Kimberly Laine Maggs passed away peacefully at home Tuesday, July 16, 2019. Kim was 61 years old and lived the majority of her life in Marion.
Kim was born in Marion on June 6, 1958 to the late Edwin Lee and Patricia (Redmon) Ward. She attended Harding High School graduating in 1976 and furthered her education at The Ohio State University.
Kim met the love of her life, Randall Dean Maggs, during a party at her brother’s house. The two were wed March 26, 1988. Together, Kim and Randall spent 31 years together, raising two wonderful children, vacationing at the beach every chance they had, and visiting family across the country.
Kim was truly a wonderful woman always putting the needs of others first, especially those of her family. Her willingness to always listen in a non-judgmental manor coupled with her support and wisdom made her feel like a mother to everyone.
Having a quiet side, Kim enjoyed her early morning coffee on the back porch with her trusted canine companion Belle overlooking her vegetable and flower gardens.
As a woman of faith, Kim grew up in Fairpark Community Baptist Church, enjoyed services at Dayspring Wesleyan and most recently attended Emanuel Reformed Church in Green Camp.
Kim worked for Honda Manufacture, starting in the assembly department and for over twenty years worked in the paint department. She retired after twenty-nine years of service in 2016. After her retirement, she enjoyed helping family and friends by babysitting (as long as it didn’t interfere with her ‘retirement nap’).
Kim will be missed by her husband, Randall; children, Bobby Lee Maggs and Allison Paige Maggs; siblings, Charles William (Julie) Ward of Marion and Carrie Lee (Michael) Dutton of Prospect numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Visitation will be held at Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel (347 West Center St.), Sunday, July 21, 2019 from 2 pm until 5pm. A funeral celebrating Kim’s life will be held 10:30 am the funeral home on Monday. Burial will follow at Prospect Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made in Kim’s honor to The American Heart Association.
Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to serve Kim’s family. Online condolences may be expressed by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.