Cheryl Ann Kimble, age 64, passed away unexpectedly on May 13, 2020, at her home in Anaconda. She was born to James Kish and Mildred Struble on November 18, 1955 in Marvel Alabama.
Cheryl moved to Anaconda when she was seven years old. As an adult, Cheryl loved camping, hunting, and fishing. Cheryl had two children, Jamie Kish and Justin Kish who she loved dearly. Her pride and joy came later in life when she had two grandchildren, Jade and Naomie. Cheryl looked forward to meeting her great granddaughter.
Cheryl could light up a room with her smile. She worked as a CNA for many years and loved all her residents. Cheryl met two of her best friends, Carrie Coulter and Anna Weist Mays, working as a CNA and always loved working with them.
She is preceded in death by her parents, James Kish and Mildred Struble; her brother, Michael Kish; her niece, Tina Smith; her nephew, Greg Sturm; and her great nephew, Christopher Kish.
She is survived by her children, Jamie Kish and Justin Kish; her grandchildren, Jade and Naomie; her siblings, James (Millie) Kish, Linda (Tom) Beckett, Teresa (Randy) Obenauer, Tammy (James) Sturm; and one great grandchild, numerous nieces and nephews, and friends.
As per Cheryl’s request, no services will be held. Memorials in honor of Cheryl are encouraged to the funeral home to assist with her cremation expenses. Contact Axelson Funeral and Cremation Services at 406-494-4264 or mail to 2009 Harrison Ave., Butte, Montana, 59701. A list of donors will be provided to the family. Cheryl’s family greatly appreciates your consideration.
Please visit below to offer the family a condolence or to shar a memory of Cheryl. Axelson Funeral and Cremation Services has been privileged to care for Cheryl and her Family.
“She was beautiful, but not like those girls in the magazines. She was beautiful for the way she thought. She was beautiful for the sparkle in her eyes when she talked about something she loved. She was beautiful for her ability to make other people smile, even if she was sad. No, she wasn’t beautiful for something as temporary as her looks, she was beautiful, deep down to her soul.”
- Scott Fitzgerald.