Kimberly Erin Bodge

July 2, 1957 - September 10, 2007

Mrs. Kimberly Erin Bodge, age 50, beloved wife, mother and sister of Allen, Texas passed away September 10, 2007, in McKinney. Mrs. Bodge was a dedicated homemaker, who led an active life in volunteerism and Christian evangelism. She was born July 2, 1957 in Cincinnati, Ohio to Carroll and Gloria (Cates) Crowe. On July 26, 1982 she married Donald Bodge in Council Bluffs, Iowa. She is survived by her husband, Donald Bodge of Allen, Texas; children, Kristen Bodge of Denton, Texas and Jennifer Bodge of Allen, Texas; brothers, Michael Crowe and his wife, Cheryl and Thomas Crowe all of Lawrenceburg, Indiana; sisters, Melody Weil and her husband, Mark of Cincinnati, Ohio, Bethany Ross and her husband, Conner of Aurora, Indiana and Kelly Stevenson and her husband, Bob of Lebanon, Ohio. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Monday, September 17, 2007, at Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Dennis George officiating. The family will receive friends during a visitation beginning at 12:00 noon, Monday, at Cottonwood Creek Baptist Church.

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Kimberly Erin Bodge is my sister and a trusted friend. She is truly the kindest person I have ever known and most likely will ever know. Her gentle loving nature has radiated from her since we were children. Ever since I can remember Kim was my port in the storm, a safe harbor I would run to for shelter. She offered her support unconditionally always happy to comfort me regardless of the issue or if I were right or wrong. Luckily for me she followed that comfort and support up with a soft stated dose of reality that usually put things back into perspective for me. If you asked anyone who knew us they would probably tell you Kim and I were opposites at almost everything from the way we looked to the way we lived our life. Yet it was these differences that helped us appreciate each other even more. I hope you had a chance to know my sister for you are surely a better person for having known her, there is no doubt I am. I know Kim will continue to live in my heart and in the heart of all the others she touched. I miss her more then I can actually put into words but I take comfort in the fact that she is in heaven with Jesus – and know she will put in a good word for me : ) Kelly Stevenson, September 9, 2015 Friend/co-worker of Kelly Stevenson. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Vicki Frimming, September 19, 2007