Kimberly Dell-Worst Sizemore, 51, of Amarillo, TX joined her Lord and Savior and her heavenly family on Tuesday, August 17th, 2021. We know she’s with our mom, dad, family, and friends who were there to meet her. She’s already missed beyond measure and although we weren’t prepared to say goodbye, we know she’s without pain and free of the stress of this world.
Kimberly was born on March 25, 1970, in Amarillo, TX to Roy and Brenda Worst.
Kim’s life centered around her family she loved wholeheartedly and with tenacity, always there to support family and friends through celebrations and challenges. Kim married her lifelong friend and love Greg, April 2, 1988. He said she was the best friend a person could ask for. Her kids, Dallas and Lacee, were her greatest achievements. She loved her son-in-law Toby and fell in love with her only grandbaby, Elliemae Grace. She also dearly loved her sister Wendy Shoemaker, and her favorite brother-in-law Wendell Shoemaker. Kim spent most of her days with her best friend, daughter, and caretaker Lacee- chatting, shopping, and listening to music. She loved animals, always having multiple pets, currently dogs Sheba and Pop pop, and Beardie Genesis.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and Brenda Worst; grandparents, Eli Worst, Allie Mae “Red” Worst-Wagoner, Ervin Powers, and Lizzie Powers; and a number of other dear family and friends.
Survivors include her husband, Greg Sizemore, of Amarillo, TX; son, Dallas Sizemore; daughter and son-in-law, Lacee Veazey and Toby Veazey; granddaughter, Elliemae Grace Sizemore; sister and friend, Wendy Shoemaker and special brother-in-law, Wendell Shoemaker; nephews, Ryan Weaver, Kyle Weaver, and Trey Shoemaker; nieces; Annie Green, and Robyn Thompson; aunts, Treva Boatwright, Carolyn Ledford, Rita Tucker, and Char Worst; uncles, Danny Powers, and Mike Worst; countless very special cousins who she dearly loved; and extended family and friends.
Services will be held online at a future date. Due to Kim’s battle with COVID, and in light of current numbers we don’t want to increase the risk for those she loved and held dear.