Kimberly Leigh Frank
August 29, 1965-November 29, 2022
Kimberly ‘Kim’ Leigh Frank, 57, of Mechanicsville went to be with her Lord on Tuesday, November 29th.
She is preceded in death by her father Theodore ‘Ted’ Frank. She is survived by her mother, Martha Jane Frank, sister Sandra Miller (John), son Samuel Lewis (Kara), her niece Summer, nephew Preston, and her grandson and apple of her eye, Garrett.
Kim worked for Hanover County Public Schools, and valued her role as Office Manager at Liberty Middle School. She was often described by her friends and LMS family as spunky, outgoing, and cheerful. Even throughout her battle with Leukemia, she maintained her optimism, strength and determination.
Kim loved spending time with her family, and was always there to lend a helping hand for her friends and family. She cherished her role as Grammie, which she embraced with such passion and commitment. Her bond with her Garebear was unbreakable and undeniably her most proud accomplishment.
We know she is finally at peace and is reunited with her dad and beloved dog, Annie.
A celebration to honor Kim’s life will be arranged and announced by her family after the holiday season. In lieu of flowers, Kim requested donations be made to VCU Massey Cancer Center at https://www.support.vcu.
Memories of growing up together will never be forgotten. I will miss you! You are my hero, always having such a positive attitude.
Kim you will be missed and always loved. I know you are resting in peace and true health. Prayers to the family.
Kim was a bright light and breath of fresh air. I adored her beautiful spirit! I know she will watch over all of us until we meet again. Rest in peace, Kim!!!
While I knew Kim best in our childhood, to me, she was a one of a kind…strong person, fun loving and always looking for the positive aspect of situations and people. I’m blessed to have known Kim and thankful God brought her into my life!
Kim, I met you when you were the receptionist at the SBO. Wow! You were so easy to talk with and joke around with. You had a strong love for your family and friends. After you left the SBO and went to Liberty I saw you a few more times and we picked back up our conversations we used to have. I will miss you Xander and friendship. RIP my friend
To a childhood friend and Girl Scout “Buddy”, your positive , sweet and loving soul will be missed dearly. Our thoughts and prayers to her family. I’m sure your up there beaming your beautiful big smile and sparkling eyes. Love you my friend, wear those wings proudly, you’ve earned them.❤️
An inspirational force of determination and positivity. Good, happy times throughout our school years together and any time we saw each other afterwards.