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Elizabeth Ann Kimball
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Birth: Aug. 22, 1938
Sullivan County
New Hampshire, USA
Death: May 29, 1994
Warner Robins
Houston County
Georgia, USA

Betty was a lovely and sweet woman who always went out of her way to make people feel comfortable and at home. She grew up on a farm in Plainfield New Hampshire with 6 brothers and sisters. On 4 July 1959 she married Stephen Kimball and relocated to Westover AFB Mass. After several years and 3 children Steve was transferred to Robins AFB, Ga in 1968. She worked for Belk Matthews from this time until 1993. She is deeply missed. 
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  Stephen F Kimball (1926 - 1994)*
  Jeffrey Stephen Kimball (1960 - 2014)*
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Andersonville National Cemetery
Andersonville National Historic Site
Macon County
Georgia, USA
Created by: Loadkicker
Record added: Apr 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26054203
Elizabeth Ann Kimball
Added by: Jeanine Borgers
Elizabeth Ann Kimball
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Elizabeth Ann Kimball
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Hope you and Grandpa Steve enjoyed your anniversary this past 4th of July. I know you were glad to have my dad spend it with you. Please continue to take good care of him for me. Love you all
- Caitlin Kimball
 Added: Jul. 8, 2014
I was just a baby the last time I saw you, so I am sorry that I do not remember you. I visited your grave for the first time today, and what an experience it was. I could almost feel a presence there with me, and I know it was you and my Grandpa Steve. I ...(Read more)
- Caitlin Kimball
 Added: Nov. 20, 2011
Wildflowers for a wonderful mother-in-law, grandmother and mother. I still think and speak of you a lot. We try to remember you for your loving ways, your family spirit, your laugh, compassion, strength and love.Until we meet again. -Jeanine
- Jeanine Borgers
 Added: Oct. 15, 2011
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