Kimberly A. Lamm

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My name is David Sales. I knew Kim very well and cared about her deeply. I am very sorry to hear about her passing. If at all possible, I would really like to hear more about what happened. I hope I am not imposing by asking this and will pray for her and her family. Thank you very much and I hope to hear from someone soon. God bless.

Posted by: David Sales - Woodstock, GA - Friend   Jan 12, 2014

I met Kim at Munich American. She was such a sweet and delightful person to be around. She left before I did. We kept in touch and after I retired in 2007 and moved to Seneca, SC - we continued to stay in touch. I would have attended the service if I had known about it in time.

My prayers are with all her family and other friends. She will be missed by all but the sweet memories will remain. .

Posted by: Martha Gerald - Seneca, SC - friend   Feb 09, 2013

Kim was not only my sister, but my friend. We talked and laughed, we fought, we disagreed. . .all the things that make people love each other even more. She was a compassionate person, feeling for you and with you whatever your situation. She had a magnetic, infectious laugh and a sincere smile. I miss her every day and will keep her close to my heart the rest of my life.

With all my love,

Posted by: Amie Banks (Lamm) - Lawrenceville, GA - Sister   Feb 04, 2013

Kim and I became fast friends back when we were very young 20 somethings. We enjoyed beach trips and party nigths at American Pie and Good Ol' Days and Kim was even one of my beautiful bridesmaids back in 1997. Oh, how I love my friend. We sort of grew apart as I got married and had two girls, moved to Florida and Michigan and back to Georgia but never ever lost touch with MY KIM. We would pick up

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Posted by: Shari (Noren) Hardy - cumming, GA - awesome friend   Feb 01, 2013