Alynda Kay Kimbrough

 

Alynda Kay Kimbrough
Alynda Kay Kimbrough

Alynda Kay Kimbrough, 83, of Amarillo, TX went home to meet her Lord and Savior on Sunday, October 3, 2021. We all know that she was greeted by all of her loved ones and friends whom she was longing to see.

Burial will be at 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at Llano Cemetery. Memorial services will be at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, October 6, 2021, in the Hillside Christian Church Chapel, with Greg Corona officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Alynda was born in Amarillo, TX on October 14, 1937. She attended Amarillo High School and Amarillo College. Alynda met and married Richard Kimbrough on May 14, 1960. They were a true love story. Both adored each other and were blessed with 50 years of marriage.

Alynda sold Sarah Coventry Jewelry for many years while raising four daughters. She then opened a florist shop in Canyon, TX, and sold Mary Kay Cosmetics.

Alynda had been a member of Hillside Christian Church since 1974. She was also a member of Sharing Hope Ministries, XI Alpha Sigma Sorority, Faith Builders Sunday School Class, and she attended Bible Study Fellowship for 13 years.

Alynda shared her faith with everyone she met, through words and the example of how she lived her life. She loved Jesus, family, friends, and serving others.

She provided a loving and fun home that was always full of laughter and friends! Her daughters describe her as not only the best mom and wife in the world but was also the best friend. She was generous, joyful, full of adventure, and loved traveling around the world. Alynda loved family dinners, dancing, singing, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Alynda loved well and left a legacy of love that will last for generations to come.

The scripture Proverbs 31:25-31 describes her best: “A woman of noble character.”

Alynda will be missed, and we will have an ache in our hearts until we are greeted home by her, our daddy, and our precious Lord Jesus!

Alynda was preceded in death by her parents, Hubert Edgar Hudspeth and Maudie Mae Hudspeth; and her husband, Richard Kimbrough.

She leaves behind her four daughters, Rhonda Kimbrough, Traci Epps and husband Brent Epps, Nicki Kimbrough, and Rochelle Kimbrough, all of Amarillo, TX; seven grandchildren, Taylor Epps and wife Ali, Tanner Epps, Allison Munsell, Sydney Odell and husband Dylan, Noah Munsell and wife Emily, Max Kimbrough, and Emmee Kimbrough; sister-in-law, Faye Steffey; five great-grandchildren, Lawson, Elliott, and Emerson Epps, Dax and Braxton Odell; five nieces, Johnna Blackburn, Paulette Newlin, Candy Poduska, Connie Kimbrough, Fredda Eastep; and three nephews, Buzz Hagler, Monty Kimbrough, and James Steffey. She considered her nieces and nephews just like her own kids.

Everyone thought they were her favorites!

The family would like the thank BSA Hospice of the Southwest and the Ware Nursing Home Staff for their incredible love and care for our mother.

20 Replies to “Alynda Kay Kimbrough”

  1. Alynda’s sour cream enchilada recipe is still one our family’s favorite. She loved everyone like her own and everyone who knew her is truly blessed. Lifting you all in prayer and so very sorry for you loss! Love you guys!

  2. Girls, I have a lot of good memories of Alynda and our travels to Dallas. She was and still is a very special person and I will miss her greatly.

  3. There was a great and joyful reunion in heaven when Alynda arrived. She was a dear and precious lady.

  4. I remember the first time I met her at a women’s retreat and we were paired together as prayer partners. She brought such wisdom peace and joy to every situation! I love her and all of her family! Comforted knowing she is in the sweet sweet presence of her Lord! Love Jolena

  5. My sweet friend I’m so thankful to have the great memories of our Israeli trip. But you just took the greatest trip and I know you are gazing on the face of Jesus and enjoying being with Richard again. My prayers are with all the family.
    Nancy and family

  6. I know she’s dancing with Richard and Jesus. She loves him, her daughters and wonderful grandchildren. Alynda had a beautiful, welcoming smile and a friendship that I will always treasure. Praying for God’s comfort for you all during this difficult time.

  7. Mrs Kimbrough was absolutely one of the finest, kindest and most loving people I know. Your faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and your precious family are such an amazing legacy. Love you, Mrs K.

  8. The world lost a wonderful, kind and caring woman. Heaven gained an angel! I”lol always miss you Auntie!

  9. What a precious lady!! I loved her for years and will always wear “lipstick” in her honor!
    My love to all of her girls and family!

  10. I so wish I could be there, I loved Auntie so much. I know she is with her Lord and Savior.
    Love and prayers for all you girls .
    Kay

    1. Johnna Kay she love you so much! I’m so sorry you couldn’t be here you will be missed! We love you and totally understand! See you soon!

  11. She will be dearly missed! Our family thought the world of her and loved (pretty in purple) Mrs K.

    1. She was an awesome lady and she would treat you like one of her own. I always loved coming to their house and spend the weekend with her and Richard.

      1. She loved you to James and your sweet wife Jennifer! We had some great times together! Can’t wait to see you & Jennifer! Love y’all!

    2. Sharon you have been around the crazy Kimbrough house I think as long as me! What fun days and slumber parties we had, mom always made them fun! Of course when when you brought Chad into the picture he fit right in with football and draft with daddy & mom! Love you guys so much and thank you for everything!

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