Kimberly Ann Hill, of Wiscasset, was taken too soon on March 20. Born in Brunswick on July 9, 1982, Kimi lived a life of passion and love.
She was raised in Wiscasset, at the “compound” with her sisters Madeleine and Jenna. The Hill sisters had an unbreakable bond that grew into the most incredible and treasured connection.
On Aug. 10, 2006 Kimi and Matthew Shiers, of Bath, welcomed the “two curves of their hearts,” twins Macie Jayne Ann and Brody John Scott Shiers into their lives.
Macie and Brody filled their parents’ lives with overwhelming joy and love.
Kimi lived every day striving to ensure Macie and Brody felt loved, unique, protected, and cherished. Her purpose was to make sure her children’s lives were filled with fun and love. On any Sunday-Funday they could be found catching frogs, fishing, or going on an exciting adventure together.
Kimi could light up any room she walked into with her infectious smile. She savored every sunny day, every beautiful moment: every cherished memory. She found joy in life’s littlest moments. Whether it was a day at the beach, a ride on a dirt road, or a perfect country song, she would hold each memory dear to her heart.
Kimi truly enjoyed her times at her family’s camp in West Forks, whether it was spending time around a poker table, telling stories around a fire ring, or searching for the perfect pond. In the fall she could always be found cheering for her Patriots with her beloved Poppy. After football season, she couldn’t wait until March Madness began.
She made every day more brilliant to everyone who knew her. She was truly a beautiful soul, inside and out.
Kimi is survived and will be forever remembered by her beloved parents, Sheila “Tootie” and John “Poppy” Hill; sisters, Madeleine Hill and Jenna Hill-Blagdon; children, Macie and Brody; nieces, Emerson, Madison, and London; nephew, Brooks; brothers-in-law, Corey Blagdon and Kristopher Lavallee; Matthew Shiers, Jayne McCole, Mima, Jeff, and Tammy Shiers, her treasured family, and hundreds of wonderful friends.
Visiting hours will be from 5-8 p.m., Fri., March 25 at Daigle Funeral Home, 819 High St., Bath. Services to be held at 12 p.m., Sat., March 26 at the former United Congregational Church, 150 Congress Ave., Bath. A reception will immediately follow at The Taste of Maine Restaurant, Route 1, Woolwich.
Memorial contributions may be sent to “Macie and Brody Benefit Fund,” c/o Madeleine Hill, PO Box 28, South Freeport, ME 04078.
Condolences may be made online at www.Daiglefuneralhome.com.