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William Alexander "Mr. Bill" Kimbrough

May 29, 1965 ~ July 25, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old


William Alexander “Mr. Bill” Kimbrough, age 58, of Jefferson City, passed away Tuesday, July 25, 2023 at his home.  He fought a courageous battle with colon cancer for 7 years.  He was well known for his smile even during the toughest times.  He attended Oakland Methodist Church in Dandridge until his sickness kept him from attending.  He worked as a Instructional Assistant in the Jefferson County School System.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Ralph Edward and Wanda Lynn Collins Kimbrough; nephew, Evan Auston Weeks.

He is survived by his wife, Denise Stout Kimbrough; children, Chris, and Konnor Kimbrough; brother, Charlie (Margie) Kimbrough; sister, Sabrina and Joe Acevedo; brother-in-law, Denver J. “Jamie” Stout; nephews & nieces, John (Tracie) Weeks, Tyler “Tori” Weeks, Paisley, Little John, Piper, Nahla, Preston, Denver, Lee, Ethan, and Nolan Stout; along with other family members and friends.

Per his request, he is being cremated and a Celebration of Life is being planned for a later date.  It was his wish for all his family and friends to come together and celebrate his life. The date of the service will be posted on his wife’s face book.

The family would like to extend a gracious thank you to all of his nurses and doctors and for all the prayers and concerns showed during his sickness and the Morristown Church of Christ for the “pillow ministry.” 

Arrangements by Stetzer-Bales Funeral Home.

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