Kymberlee Hope Barnes

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Kymberlee Hope Barnes

May 03, 1989 - November 02, 2018

Kymberlee Hope Barnes Kymberlee Hope Barnes, 29, of Lewiston, NY, passed away in her sleep on the morning of November 2, 2018. Born on May 3, 1989 in Bremerton, WA, to Lawrence and Christa (Murphy) Barnes.
Kymberlee was the fifth of seven children. She graduated Lewiston-Porter in 2007 and attended some college. Eventually she joined her father working at the Ford Motor Co. Buffalo Stamping Plant in Woodlawn for the past three years. She enjoyed reading, listening to music, watching movies in the garage and Favorite's Pizza. Kymberlee was a kind person with an interesting and unique sense of humor.
She is survived by her parents, Lawrence and Christa Barnes; a daughter, Anneley Koryn Jones; her sisters, Melissa Barnes, Robyn Stearns and Tabitha Barnes; her brothers, Michael Barnes, Benjamin Barnes and Patrick Barnes; her nephews, Christopher and Philip Stearns; and nieces and nephews afar.
Friends may call Thursday from 4-8 PM at Hardison Funeral Home, N. Fourth and Ridge Streets, Lewiston, and on Friday from 10 AM-12 PM at the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Later Day Saints, 754 Scovell Dr., Lewiston, NY, where funeral services will be held at 12:00 PM with 2nd Counselor of the Bishopric, Brad Simpson, officiating. Burial will be in the Riverdale Cemetery.
Kymberlee will be remembered by all who met her as a bubbly, happy soul, someone who loves everyone for who they are. Special thank you to the 1st responders of the Lewiston #1 Fire Co. and the Lewiston Police Dept.
Contributions may be made to Lewiston Volunteer Fire Co. #1 Ambulance Fund, 145 N. 6th St., P.O. Box 748, Lewiston, NY 14092 or the Lewiston Public Library, 305 S. 8th St., Lewiston, NY 14092.
Please visit hardisonfuneralhomes.com for online registry.
Published on November 6, 2018
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