Kim Lea Meador Head © Trout Funeral Home & Crematorium 03-2018 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Kim Lea Meador Head, age 61, long time resident of Braman, continued living life to the fullest without the constraints of a mortal body on Monday, March 5, 2018 at her brother's house in Ponca City, which she called a piece of "Heaven".
Friends and loved ones will gather to celebrate her fun life at a ceremony to be held at 2:00 pm, March 9, 2018 at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Blackwell officiated by Pastor Robert Foos of Barnard Memorial United Methodist Church in Holdenville, OK. Following the ceremony, Kim will be laid to rest at the Mt. Olive Cemetery in Nardin next to her grandson Larric Wolfe. At Kim's request, please wear bright and festive attire to the celebration. Arrangements are under the direction of Trout Funeral Home & Crematory.
Kim was born on Tuesday, November 6, 1956 to Maurice Dean Meador and Ellen "Vicki" Cole Smith in Wichita, KS. Braman has been Kim's home for most of her life, graduating from high school in Braman in 1975. While in high school, Kim participated on the Track team as well as being a Cheerleader for her school. Cheerleading never left her soul, as she coached her daughters and other cheerleaders in Braman for many years. Being described as the "Queen of Braman", Kim was deeply involved in community matters, serving as town Treasurer, her family was awarded Braman family of the year, actively planning the Christmas parade and annual craft show, as well as overseeing the Braman Pool, and fundraising every year to keep it going while she was able. Life was an incredible adventure for Kim. Her zeal for enjoying her time here was evident in all she did. Spending time with her daughter Jayme at the hair salon, determining the best hair style and color for Kim provided many good times and conversations. Whether it was a new vibrant hair color or animal print clothing, Kim was all about the flamboyant fashions of our times. Spending time with children was another of Kim's passions as she reveled in their youthful exuberance. Furry animal friends could count on Kim's love to care for them, with her big heart adopting many as they entered her life. All of this was alongside her soundtrack, with enjoyable music often accompanying Kim's journeys. Kim's warm loving heart, welcoming all that came her way will be missed by all of those blessed to have been graced with her presence.
Survivors include her parents, Gene and Vicki Smith of Shidler, mother in law: Shirley Head of Braman, husband: Duane Head of Braman, children: Neal Head and wife Denise of Braman, Kasie Head of Los Angeles, CA, Jayme Wolfe and husband Kyle of Nardin, OK, Justin Head and Anne Bennett of Braman, Jennifer Hamilton and husband Tony of Burden, KS, siblings: Dean Meador and wife Sandy of Ponca City, Cristy Reneau and husband Ivan of Braman, Tammy Holmes of Blackwell, step sister: Kelly Troutman of Ponca City, step brother: Jimmy Smith and wife Susie of Blackwell; grandchildren: Kyson Head, Payton Head, Lakyn Head, Harper Head, Reagan Blair, Louden Wolfe, Kyrin Wolfe, Kroy Wolfe, Jayda Wolfe, Oakley Head, Rutley Head, Hensley Head, Trey Hamilton, Shaylie Hamilton, and Nocona Hamilton.
Kim was preceded in death by her father Maurice Meador, grandson Larric Preston Wolfe, niece Cinnamon Marie Wells, brother in law Travis Holmes, Grandma and Grandpa Williams, Grandpa Cole and her father in law Don Head.
Honorary casket bearers will be Trey, Shaylie, Kyson, Nocona, Louden, Payton, Reagan, Larric, Oakley, Lakyn, Kyrin, Rutley, Kroy, Hensley, Harper, and Jayda.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made at http://www.gofundme.com/kimhead.
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