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Kimberly Ann Henry (November 23, 1957 – July 17, 2020)

A Graveside Service will be held on Friday,  July 31, 2020 at 11:00 am                Location Service:  Boston Cemetery, 199 Boston Cemetery Rd, Oviedo, Fl.  32765
 
 
A LIFE TO REMEMBER
 
Kimberly Ann Henry (affectionately known by family and friends as Ann)  was born in Rochester New York to Alberta Boston-Jackson and Granderson Crews on November 23, 1957.
 
Ann’s early education was received in the Seminole County Public Schools at Jackson Heights Elementary and Oviedo High School located,  in Oviedo, FL where the family relocated.
 
At an early age she attended Antioch Missionary Baptist Church while a resident of Oviedo, FL.  Upon moving to Eatonville, FL, she became a member of
St. Lawrence A. M. E. Church.  When Ann’s health was at it’s best. she served in the choir, usher board and missionary ministry.
 
Ann obtained her CNA because she loved helping others.  She was employed in the healthcare field for thirty years until her retirement from Nurse Connection in 2011.
 
She is preceded in death by her parents.
 
God in His infinite wisdom called, Kimberly Ann from temporal life to eternal life on Friday, July 17, 2020.
 
Ann leaves to cherish ad celebrate her beautiful life; Husband, Ronnie Henry; Daughter, Valon Jackson (Eddie Watkins); Brothers, Wayne Jackson (Gail), Donald Jackson, Lawrence Jackson (Grace), Keith Jackson, John Jackson; Devoted Sister, Marsha Jackson-Lovett (Samuel), Special Mom, Mrs. Daisy Holmes; Devoted Aunts, Barbara Boston (Aka Aunt Jean), Janice Loretta Boston, Ida P. Boston; Grandchildren, Anyesha Jackson, Antonia Smith, Azynia Watkins, Alberta Watkins, Ashton Watkins, Austin Watkins, Retricia Inman and Richard Inman.  Ann will forever be missed by Special Grandkids, Jana Watkins and Joseph Neal along with God Daughter, Erika Danforth and a host of nieces, nephews and friends.
 
 
                             

1 Comment

  • Wanda D Randolph Posted July 31, 2020 12:43 am

    To God Be The Glory. Rest In Peace my sister in Christ. Prayers and comfort to Ronnie and family. Sister Wanda Randolph

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