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Renae Kimball

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Renae Jean Kimball, 67, of Bismarck, passed away on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, following an 18-month battle with cancer.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 AM, Friday, January 14, 2022, at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Bismarck. Cremation has taken place and a burial will be held privately in Spring 2022. A Livestream of the Service will be available at www.corpuschristibismarck.com

Visitation will be held Thursday, 6:30-7:00 PM at Bismarck Funeral Home, with a Rosary and Vigil Service starting at 7:00 PM. Visitation will continue at the church one hour prior to the service on Friday.

Renae was born to Leo and Lorrene (Schmidt) Brown on February 22, 1954, in Richardton, ND. She spent her childhood on her family’s farm in rural Bentley, ND. She eventually moved to Bismarck to study commercial art at Bismarck Junior College.

On June 11, 1976, she was united in marriage to Daniel Allen Kimball of Bismarck. They celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary last summer.

They have four children, Tanya Watkins of Fargo, Amber (Jon) Larson of Mandan, Tiffany (Steven) Bailey of Madison, AL, and Nathan Kimball of Bismarck, six grandchildren, Kailey, Luke and Matthew Watkins, Emma Larson, and Lucy and Lily Bailey.

Renae worked in credentialing analyst, project manager and supervisory roles with Medcenter One, Coventry Health and Aetna.

She enjoyed reading, cooking Sunday morning breakfasts, watching Green Bay Packers football, traveling, and celebrating birthdays and holidays with her family.

Renae was proceeded in death by her parents, Leo and Lorrene Brown, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and her nephew, Sean Stockert.

Along with her immediate family she is also survived by her sisters, Maureen Stockert of Bismarck, and Lonae (Duane) Dicken of Horace.

 

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Dan, deepest sympathy and condolences to you and family. It was great running in to you recently, but as the old saying goes: You just never know what someone is dealing with.

To Dan and the Family, so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife and mother. I’m sure you are all glad that her pain is over and you can put that memory aside as you remember all the good times shared thru the years. Steve Meyer

Dan, We are so sorry to hear of Renae’s passing. It’s been over 40 years since we were neighbors and Renae babysat our son Scott. Remember all the good times.

I’m so sorry for your loss Dan.

To Dan, Tanya, Amber, Tiffany and Nathan. It was a beautiful service and I wish I could be there to share stories and memories. Growing up I always enjoyed our trips to your house for the holidays and I always remember Renae having a smile on her face. She was truly a wonderful person and will be greatly missed.

Hello Dan. It saddens me for your loss. Today, Covid prevented me from celebrating Renae’s life with you and the Kimball clan. But, still have the memories.

Dan and family, Cary and Carmen (Deibert) Hart are sorry to hear about the loss of Renee. May she rest in peace and hope the good memories will bring you comfort.