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Kimberly J. Emenheiser

06/29/1946 - 12/01/2022

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Obituary For Kimberly J. Emenheiser

Kimberly J. Emenheiser, 76, of Vineland, passed away peacefully on December 1, 2022. Survived by her husband, David E. Emenheiser; her sister, Sharon M. Biddle; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Vistitation will be 11AM to 12:30PM on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at Parsels Funeral Home, 324 New Jersey Ave., Absecon. A service will follow at 12:30PM. Burial will take place at Absecon Presbyterian Church Cemetery, 208, New Jersey Ave., Absecon. In lieu of Flowers, please consider contributions to the South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter, 1144 N. Delsea Dr., Vineland, NJ 08360 (https://southjerseyregionalanimalshelter.org/donate/inmemory/).

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7 Dec

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11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

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7 Dec

Funeral Service

12:30 PM

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7 Dec

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01:15 PM

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  • 12/20/2022

    Kim, I was devastated to hear you were gone. You were the best godmother a girl could ask for. It's been years since I was able to visit NJ since moving to Texas. You always made me laugh no matter what was going on in my life. I can still hear your laugh today. I was hoping to see you again when Mom and I brought Grandma's ashes back up there but, Covid came and it just wasn't possible. I have told my kids about you since they were little, I wish you could have seen how big they have grown and the accomplishments, including my grandkids. I will never forget you, you are always on my mind and in my heart. I will miss your Cat jokes you would email me and the Christmas cards you would send. I wish we could have had more time together. I love you always!!!! -Kimberly Johnson

  • 12/12/2022

    My dear friend Kim. Words cannot express my sadness in hearing of your passing. When I moved in 1962 from Indianapolis to Absecon and started school at Assumption in Pomona you were my 1st friend. I remember coming home telling mom I made friends with a girl that had bright long red hair. I loved your hair and you hated it. We went through a lot at school once when Sister banged your head against the blackboard and us getting our hands slapped with the ruler saying we were dumb. Back then ADH was not known. But we survived. You got me involved in riding horses even coming to the house with them. Oh those were the days. Fast forward, we both got married and I moved to Calif & now in Tx. Even though those years passed we stayed friends. You kept watched over my mom until we moved her here. You were heartbroken when she passed in 2017 at 104. You said you never wanted to live that long and always said a nightly prayer to her ever since. I'm grateful for that. It has been many years since I last saw you and was sure I would see you again once Covid was better and I could bring mom back home to be with dad. I know you knew that would never happen. We had many disagreements the last 5 yrs mainly political but we still stayed friends which many people didn't. It was meant to be that we stayed friends. I'm going to miss our talks but I know your at peace and more importantly pain free. I'm sure my mom and you are together and looking down on me and my family. So until we see each other again ....Rita (Turk) Johnson

  • 12/05/2022

    Kim, you were a great friend for over 65 years, went to school, did a lot of things through the years, I will miss your funny situations, everything we did through the years, trips, stores we shopped in, trailer trips, phone calls, etc, your physical pain, and your health situations were overwhelming,and now you are at peace, and pain free, May God bless you, your friend Christie magee

  • 12/02/2022

    Kim, you were a dear friend to Jim and I for over 40 years and we will miss your honesty, courage, and sincerity that you never seemed to lose over time. Your physical pain was overwhelming and now you are at peace and pain-free. We loved you and we will miss you. Susie and Jim

  • 12/02/2022

    Sincere condolences. Take comfort in knowing there's no more pain and unending love...and she's waiting for loved ones. Bob n Bev Seylhouwer

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