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Kim Lee Coddington

   Kim Lee Coddington, 64, passed away at her home in Centerville.

   Kim was born in El Paso, Texas on October 31, 1956 to David L., Sr. & Sharrin L. Warren Coddington.

   Kim was a 1975 graduate of Northeastern High School and was employed at Sugar Creek Packing in Cambridge City.

   Kim will be missed by her sister & brother-in-law, Tama & Steve Ross; brother & sister-in-law, Scott & Cindi Coddington; two nieces and one nephew.
   Kim was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, David L. Coddington, Jr..
   No formal services are planned.

   Memorial contributions are encouraged for the American Cancer Society, 5635 West 96th Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46278.

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Saddened to hear of Kim's passing. Such fond memories of the time you lived on the Palmer Road farm. Thoughts and prayers during this time.
Idris Bond Smith

Idris Smith Aug 11 2021 12:00 AM

I worked with Kim at Sugarcreek. She made my day most days. She was checking for leakers of Arby's chicken generally. I would walk up to check on her and inadvertently scare her.We would laugh and joke about it often.
my heart goes out for her family.

Lisa Degner Aug 10 2021 12:00 AM

My heart and prayers goes out to your family.I worked with Kim she was the first person to train me on my job.We had gotten pretty close the last few months.I will greatly miss her deeply

Marcia McQueen Aug 10 2021 12:00 AM

I enjoyed talking and laughing with Kim, always positive, always JoyFull, always willing to stop and chat for a few minutes.......not long though, we had work to do! Rest in heaven sweet Kim. See you later!

Nancy Chew Aug 10 2021 12:00 AM

Kim was the easiest person to talk to. On occasion I would see her and she always had time to listen and be a friend. We almost shared a birthday together and would recall that fact each time we met. She didn't laugh often but when she did it was infectious. We will miss you Kim.

Benny Kenworthy Aug 7 2021 12:00 AM

My dear cousin, you were so loved. Rest in Jesus' arms, free of life's burdens.

Becky Aug 7 2021 12:00 AM