Kim Stinson, 47, 111 Stinson Road, Johnson City, passed away, Wednesday, April 22, 2009 at her residence. She was a native and lifelong resident of Washington County. Kim was a daughter of the late Samuel Stinson and Vestene Whitehead Stinson, Johnson City. One brother, Sammy Stinson, preceded her in death. Kim was a member of Berea Free Will Baptist Church and had her on Card Ministry, serving church members, family and friends for many years. In addition to her mother, she leaves one brother, Benny Stinson and his wife Sheila, Johnson City, one sister, Susan Taylor and her husband, Jeff, Johnson City, two aunts, Mittie Huffine and Mary Ruth McKee; two nieces, three nephews, five great nieces, one great nephew, one great great niece and several special friends. A funeral service for Kim will be conducted at 8 PM Friday, April 24, 2009 from the Morris-Baker Funeral Home South Chapel. Reverend Jerry Stout and Reverend D.C. Byrd will officiate. Graveside services will be held at 10 AM Saturday at Barnett Cemetery. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM Friday at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be Glynn Stinson, Travis Taylor, Kevin Stinson, Dewayne Sutherland, Derek Sutherland and Robbie Tester. In lieu of flowers, for those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to the Berea Free Will Baptist Church, Building Fund, 2415 Sinking Creek Road, Johnson City, TN 37604.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    We are praying for comfort and peace for your family. You all are such a blessing and tribute to all of those around you. If you need anything at all, we are here. Love you- Don and Angie

  2. Anonymous says:

    How can I begin to tell you what you already know and that’s just how special Kim was. She was one of the most thoughtful people I know. Genuine, kind, selfless, always thinking of others before herself no matter what she was going through. Life for her was difficult but I don’t think she ever complained did she? Incredible person! I as well as allot of others received a sweet card for every season. We talked every now and then over the years but I did not thank her nearly enough. We seem to put off things we should do thinking we have more time and lesson learned we don’t. I thought of Kim often and loved her sweetness, so with her passing allot of I should haves becomes apparent. Susan and Vestene I love you and I know how difficult this is for the both of you. My prayers are with you and all your family. If I can do anything let me know. Know this, Kim has taught me an important lesson to keep in touch and let people know just how you feel about them as often as you can. She certainly did! An Angel on earth now in heaven and God’s arms! God Bless and I love you. April

  3. Anonymous says:

    I will be praying for your family . I have several fond memories of coming up to your house when I was little, while my dad, Stanley – visited with Sammy. Kim was always so good to me . I can’t imagine how sad you are. I just wanted you to know that I was thinking and praying for all of you . Kim Garland Phipps

  4. Anonymous says:

    Our prayers are with you through this difficult time. Tom Britt DCHS 1980

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