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Kimberly Sue Ford
Dec 21, 1983 - May 18, 2017
Posted by Jo Aguirre

Funeral Services for Ms. Kimberly Sue Ford, 33, of Ardmore, Oklahoma will be held on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 2:00 p. m. at the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Ardmore, with Pastor Stan Sullinger officiating. 

Interment will follow in the Rose Hill Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 5-7 p. m. Tuesday evening, in the fellowship hall at the church.


Kimberly Sue Ford was born to Roger and Lorri Ford in Denison, Texas on December 21, 1983. She went to be with her Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, on May 18, 2017.  Kimberly loved everyone and everything almost as much as she was loved by others.  To know her was to love her!  She had a PEACE & LOVE for life, almost more than one person could contain.  She never met a stranger; in fact, when she was younger, she would go up to total strangers and just hug them.  If you were a true friend and you needed her, she’d be there (she’d be late, but she’d be there).  Kimberly had a flare for making the average throw away clothing look like it was off the runway.  In school, Kimberly was the one you wanted to sit with as she weaved her intelligence and social skills into life, colored with humor and wit.  She always had a way of lighting up a room.

Kimberly graduated from Ardmore High School in 2002 and then graduated from UCO in 2007, with a Bacherlor’s degree in General Studies and a minor in Communications.

She is survived by her parents, Lorri and Monty Boatright of Ardmore, and Roger and Tammy Ford of The Woodlands, Texas; her brothers, Kody Boatright and his girlfriend, Rheagan Woodell of Ardmore, Christian “Alex” Ford of Houston, and his sister, Sarah “Bear” Ford of College Station, Texas; her “Bonus” Dad and Mom, Scott & Patty Brackett of Tishomingo, Oklahoma; her grandparents, Sue Springman of Ardmore, Marcell Boatright of Davis, Oklahoma, Larry Ford of Durant, Oklahoma and Margaret Butler of LaPorte, Texas; uncles and aunts, Luann Killingsworth of Fredericksburg, Texas, Roy Cooper of Mesa, Arizona, Howard Ford of Atoka, Oklahoma, Scott & Tammy Ford of Durant, Mone & Tom Hensley of Davis, Randy & Catalina Boatright of Ardmore, Larry & Carol Green of Dear Park, Texas, Marsha & Clint Arrington of La Porte, Guy & Linda Green of LaPorte; many cousins and many, many friends who were so very important to her. 

She was preceded in death by her “Sissy”, Kourtney Lyn n Brackett-Cargal, uncle, Larry Don Cooper, granny, Jan Ford, grandfathers and several great-grandparents.

Casket Bearers for the service will be: Chrisitan Ford, Kody Boatright, Brent Cargal, Eric Yarborough, Darren Culley and Gus Handke.

In lieu of flowers, Kimberly would like you to think of others in need by making a donation in her memory to any of the following: Kourtney’s Kloset in Ardmore; Ardmore Animal Shelter; “I’m Coming Home-KIMBERLY’S Light” to Father & Daughter Alliance, 804 N. Woodland, Olathe, KS  66061 (on-line donations to the following link, www.paypal.com/donate.)

UNDER THE DIRECTION OF CLARK FUNERAL SERVICE OF TISHOMINGO AND COLEMAN, OKLAHOMA Online condolences may be made at clarkfuneralservice .net


We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love

Him, who have been called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28.

No farewell words were spoken,

No time to say goodbye,

You were gone before we knew it,

And only God knows why.

Kimberly you will always be remembered because you were so well loved.

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