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Kimberly Lynn Blundell

September 17, 1974 — December 13, 2021

Kimberly Lynn Blundell

As we say a premature goodbye to Kimberly Lynn Curtis Blundell, our hearts are full, and we remember. The road she walked was anything but easy, but she fought onward. We remember that she loves us, and we love her. Kim had a tender heart full of love for her family and friends. We have her to thank for believing in us. She told us that we were the best, that we could do anything. We remember that Kim had an artist's soul. She crafted, scrapbooked, built things, and danced. We have her to thank for the albums carefully put together of memories. We have her to thank for the ornaments painted and glittered that we place on our trees each year. We have her to thank for the decorations, wreaths, and handmade treasures. We remember that she cared for things lost. A lost animal or a lost friend could always find a home with her. We remember that she gave in small ways with little fanfare. We have her to thank for cleaning up all of the dishes after a huge Thanksgiving meal while the rest of us talked. We have her to thank for saying and doing little things that made us laugh, sometimes without meaning to. It makes us smile now just to remember.

Kimberly Lynn Curtis Blundell, age 47, of Sandy, Utah, passed away on December 13th surrounded by loved ones. She was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother, and friend. Kimberly was born on September 17, 1974, to Karen Lee Curtis and Ward Curtis in Montrose, Colorado. She grew up in Sandy, Utah, attended Alta High School, and graduated in 1992. Kim was a natural with computers, and she quickly learned both bookkeeping and computer skills that served her well in her professional life. Kim also worked in the insurance industry where she developed bonds with many of her colleagues. Kim married Peter Pfeil in 1995. She later married Roarke Blundell in 2003. Kim had sons Chandler Mellor, Parker Pfeil, and Kyler Blundell, whom she adored. They were the light of her life, her pride, and her greatest joy. When her granddaughter Paisley Pfeil was born, Kim was thrilled, and wanted nothing more than to find ways to make her happy. They are her legacy. Kim's devoted mother Karen helped her many times throughout her life, and Kim was so grateful for their close relationship. They were always together and the best of friends. Kim is survived by her sons, Chandler Mellor of Colorado (Abby), Parker Pfeil of California (Shay), and Kyler Blundell of Bountiful; her mother, Karen Lee Curtis of Sandy; her brother, Courtney Curtis of Draper (Michelle); her granddaughter, Paisley Pfeil of California; and her nephews and nieces, Jefferson, Tessa, Adam, and Kate Curtis. She was preceded in death by her father, Ward Curtis.

We know Kim is at peace and that the sun shines bright upon her face. A celebration of life will be held in Utah with family and friends in early May of 2022.

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