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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Kimberly Anderson Edwards. Kimberly passed away peacefully in the Raymond Hospital on Monday night, November 27, 2023. She will be dearly missed by her husband Jared William Edwards and their 5 children, Seth (Jessica), Abi, Saige, Ethan and Rhett. She also leaves behind her parents Ted and Beverley Anderson and her siblings, Michele Graves, Melissa (Mike) Kenworthy, Sharisse (Aron) Hornberger, Shauna (Todd) Zobell, Travis (Jill) Anderson, her mother in law Lynne Edwards and Jared’s siblings Rob (Melissa) Edwards, Tami McCarthy, Dennis (Mary) Edwards, Lynsey (Patrick) Court and Cory (Marcie) Edwards, Cylus Edwards and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her father in law Bob Edwards, brothers-in-law, Corey McCarthy and Kevin Graves, and her nephew Ethan Anderson.
Kimberly was born In Lethbridge, Alberta on February 10, 1984, graduated from Raymond High School in 2002 and married the love of her life Jared Edwards on February 15, 2003 in the Cardston Alberta Temple and shared almost 21 short years together here on earth.
Kimberly loved her family, religion, sports and the outdoors but most of all loved doing anything with her husband and kids, who she called her “people”. She loved playing sports, soccer being her passion and could play with the best, and could more than handle her own. She also shared her passion of soccer with others by coaching as well. She played volleyball and basketball in High School starting with LCI before moving to Raymond to finish high school and playing volleyball and basketball in Raymond. Kimberly loved hiking with her family, though afraid of heights, she loved doing it. Kimberly taught her children by example, by doing hard things, showing her children that if she could do hard things so could they. She taught them to love camping and to be outdoors, to love their Savior and to serve others.. She loved watching her children do the activities they loved to do and loved being part of their lives. Her family was her treasure and she took delight in watching her children grow up and become upstanding individuals. Kimberly always considered her family to be her greatest accomplishment in life. She will be deeply missed but never forgotten.
There will be a Private Family Burial at the Temple Hill Cemetery on Saturday, December 2, 2023.
Friends may meet with the family on Saturday, December 2, 2023 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Taylor Street Chapel (221 North 400 West, Raymond) from 10:00 - 10:50 followed by a Celebration of Life at 11:00 am with Bishop Tyler Runquist officiating.
To watch via livestream, a link will be added below the obituary approx. 15 minutes before 11:00 am.