May 22, 1964 ~ June 27, 2021
Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN
Kimberly Kay Swindell, 57, of Indianapolis, passed away on June 27, 2021. She was born in Indianapolis on May 22, 1964 to Jerry Swindell and Kay Miller. Kimberly graduated from Ben Davis High School. She was a member of Lawrence United Methodist Church.
If you knew Kimberly, you know that she loved to talk. She could talk to anyone about anything for hours if you’d let her. Talking to her friends and family meant the world to her and it was her favorite pastime. She had a big heart and loved hard.
She is preceded in death by her parents Jerry Swindell and Kay Miller.
Kimberly is survived by her son, Brian Corn of Asheboro, NC; daughter, Olivia Englebright of Bloomington, IN; and her son Kevin Kent of Indianapolis, IN
There will be a memorial service at Lawrence United Methodist Church on Friday August 6th, 2021. The viewing/gathering will take place from 5pm-7pm and the service will begin at 7pm.
Lawrence United Methodist Church
5200 Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226
Cremation Arrangements provided by Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services – Lawrence.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions and donations may be made to Olivia Englebright via Venmo: @Olivia-Englebright
May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.
Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services
Kevin misses you a lot and I am sorry we didn’t get more time together. But I am thankful that I got to know you and had a great friend out of it you will be missed but never forgotten.
My love u touched my heart you are in my thoughts every minute of every day it’s hard to B with out you not to get to hold your soft hand no more breaks my heart you are with god now you are an angel in heaven I will love u for ever till we meat again in heaven my love I will b missed immensely
Kevin and Nikki, I can’t tell you how much I loved your Mom! She was a sweet person and I miss her dearly..we became so very close…every night she would call me before she went to bed speak to me for a while but, before we hung up we always said to each other. ” good night and I love you 💘 😍 💗 💓 speak to you tomorrow!” Although, we always said that whenever we spoke to each other….she really was a beautiful person…she never harmed a soul..except her. She loved all of you soo much she spoke about you and she so sincerely wanted to see you…I told her as soon as I got a new car..we could go and maybe be able to see you a couple of times bf we came home…she would get soo happy…always remember that she loved you soo much…that when she spoke to me about you she would smile or laugh about your antics..and cry because she wanted to see you and put her arms around you baby….always remember that she loved you soo very much ❤ ♥ 💖 💓 💛 💗 ❤. She was a darling, a very sweet, and she was changing..so was soo very happy when she went to church, just the Sunday before…soo very happy to see her church friends and they treated her so well. She said I’m going to go back to church every Sunday. I was so very happy for her because she seemed to find exactly what she missed and needed in her life…God, and good people…she seemed radiant..well my baby, always remember I’m still here and I love you…I would love for you to write to me, yet I haven’t met Nikki I would love to…rest assured she’s most definitely in a beautiful place..and if any of you feel a warm puff of air on your cheek she’s come to visit you. .
I am so sorry Brian situations like this are never a fair situation at all. I worry about my mother all the time and her living so far away now gives me even less time to spend with her. I have some close friends that have lost their mothers recently and in the past and seeing the way they have to cope with sudden things like that are never fair at all and can effect their lives so much more then you would think no matter how strong they seem to be. A mother is more important then anyone in the world to most children because they are the ones who have that special bond that is unlike any other the children could possibly have threw their lives. I remember your mother and I know how good of a woman she was to you when you where young and how she would be rite now if she had a second chance with you and your family. I am deeply saddened by this situation for you and your family rite now and am sending my most deepest and sincere condolences to you and your family. I know your strong but if you ever need me I’m her for you or any of your family that need to just talk. Love you bub.
I only knew Kim thru FB, but we talked many times on the phone. She was a nice lady. I’m very very sorry for your loss. May she be resting in peace and waiting for you all, on the other side.
I am so sorry that I didn’t know Kim had passed. She was such a terrific lady! We used to talk for hour up at The Gold Brick. Happy heavenly birthday 💐🙏🏽❤️