Mrs. Kimberly Ann Hamilton

Mrs. Kimberly Ann Hamilton

Mrs. Kimberly Ann Hamilton

Mrs. Kimberly Ann Hamilton
March 2, 1968 – November 25, 2019

Mrs. Hamilton’s family will gather for visitation at Naples Funeral Home on Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 12:00pm until 2:00pm.

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Jacqueline Swiderski

November 26, 2019, 8:34 pm

Sending our deepest condolences and love. Our hearts are so very saddened. Jacqueline & Jessica Swiderski and the Rack Family.

Patti Shaw

November 26, 2019, 8:59 pm

Kim was the model of how to live life in Grace. Because she was such an inspiration, people should celebrate her life and what she gave to us all. We should not be weeping but laughing and smiling. My heart breaks for her family that feel her loss so deeply, that will miss her daily presence, support and love, of Kim in their lives.

The love we had for Kim will never leave us. She may have left the earth, but she lives on in all of us – evidenced by the outpouring of love by those who celebrate her life.

Tomorrow isn’t Promised to Anyone. Is there something you want to do with your life that you haven’t?

Let Kim’s passing cause us to reflect on your life experience. Kim always approached the world from a loving vantage point.

Are you the person you want to be, have you had the experiences that are important to you? Have you loved the important people in your life enough? What regrets do you have (will you have)… remedy those now! Mend those bridges, love yourself, love your people…

It is the perfect opportunity – the timing is actually poignant – to celebrate the amazing woman that Kim was to those that knew her. Each of us will keep a piece of Kim in our hearts, and there she will never leave. I am Thankful to have had the chance to be in the same time-space that Kim occupied…. I am a better person because of it, because of Kim’s touch in my life.

GodSpeed Kim. You will be missed terribly. Thank you for always being a bright, shining star amidst the chaos.

A Friend

November 26, 2019, 10:45 pm

There’s a hole in the world where she used to stand,
And a silence in the air where her voice once was heard,
But for those who knew Kim, her song will ring in their ears,
And her boundless acts of kindness will dry so many eyes of tears.
For the value of a life is so much more than what we do,
It’s the way those gone before us live on in me and you.

Paula Filler

November 27, 2019, 1:11 am

I only had the opportunity to know Kim through her hard work and dedication for our home owners association at Twin Eagles. She was a kind and strong person who will be deeply missed. On behalf of our entire board I send our deepest sympathy in this hour of your grief.

Sara Case

November 27, 2019, 2:59 am

Our beautiful friend Kimmie , Thank You…. Thankyou for taking a chance on me before I knew my own worth. Thank you for teaching me a skill I still use today. Thankyou for having faith in me , when I questioned myself. Thankyou for the kindness and sparkle you brought to all who had the pleasure of knowing you. You will be missed by more people than you could have ever imagined. The legacy you have left is an amazing one we all strive for, loving ,attentive and exceptional daughter , wife, mother and friend. I will miss reading your posts about the people that meant the most to you. My message to your family is , Thankyou for sharing Kimmie with all of us all these years and my heart hurts for your loss. I will celebrate the life of an amazing woman and say till we meet again. < Terry , Kayley , Kara , Marianne and Joe , We are so sorry your world has changed. Friendships are unique much like snowflakes , I will value ours till we meet again.

A Friend and Co-Worker

November 27, 2019, 3:58 am

I only had the pleasure of knowing Kim a short time when I worked with her at Castle. Kim was an exceptional person, who I am blessed to have known. Her smile was beautiful. She loved her family with all her heart and soul. She radiated when she talked of them. She was so proud of her daughters. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. May you find peace during this most difficult time. Rest In Peace Kim will see you again once we all get to Heaven.

John McDougal

November 27, 2019, 12:22 pm

You were a wonderful inspiration and friend to all that knew you. Honestly, I’m still a little bit in shock, overwhelmed and constantly looking through the Facebook and Instagram messages from before Sunday! Kim was more than just my boss at work. She was my friend and buddy! She loved my kids and my wife. She was constantly following us on Facebook. Kim was my “Go To Call for anything Castle” and was always there in case I needed something. We talked the most on my way home from because we each had a good commute home to see our families. Family was most important to both of us, now and forever! Kim loved both her kids and was so proud to tell me about going to Florida and Florida State! She loved the football games and was so proud of both her daughters and all of their accomplishments. This summer we talked a lot about her Vegas Trip, I had just gone to Vegas and she was so pumped to go this fall. So glad it was in God’s plan for her to go this year! She loved talking about the trip and her friends. She really just loved being with Terry and getting a break from all of us at work. I could go on, but I really just want to say that I will forever miss Kim, she was an amazing business Mentor, Leader and friend. I will still talk to her for advice on work and life and know that she will point me in the right direction. I love you Kim!

Dave Mowatt

November 27, 2019, 12:49 pm

I, too, have only known Kim for a short while as she helped the TwinEagles Homeowner’s Association, but what an impression she made! She had the ability to listen to the dynamics of a situation and develop solutions that everybody could agree on and feel that they were heard. That is quite an extraordinary trait to have. She was perfectly suited to her job and we were lucky to have had her help. We will miss her ability to diffuse situations with her warmth, charm and intelligence. We, as the TwinEagles Master HOA Board, will always try to emulate her approach. Thank you, Kim, for making us a better team. Rest In Peace and may your family know that you were special to everyone whose lives you’ve touched.

Kara O'Keefe

November 27, 2019, 2:26 pm

Dear Hamilton Family,

I had the pleasure to work with Kim for the past few years and man, what a lady! Her laugh, energy, and positive vibes were contagious. Her Castle Group family will miss her dearly and we are bonded together by the memories we shared with her. During this unfathomable time, I pray that God will grant you the serenity and peace to get you through the days ahead. I hope you find comfort knowing that Kim touched so many of our lives and we will forever be grateful.
Kim will surely be missed and may she rest in eternal peace.

My most sincere condolences.


November 27, 2019, 3:22 pm

I had the pleasure of first meeting kim about a week ago, she was the very first person at Castle Group to reach out to me with a warm welcome message, when I met her, and spend the day getting to know her she made a deep impact in my life and in the person I wanted to become. Her positive energy and bubbly personality was contagious and joyful. I will forever cherish the day I got to spend getting to know her and I will keep her and her family in my prayers but I am sure she is smiling down from a much better place.


November 27, 2019, 5:27 pm

Hamilton Family,

It was a pleasure and delight to have known Kim. Although I only had the chance to work with her a short time, her smile and positive presence was so welcoming. My deepest condolences to the entire family during this difficult time. Know that she made an impression on all who she met, and will be missed sorely.

Lawna Storosko

November 27, 2019, 7:09 pm

I had the pleasure of knowing Kim for the past couple of years through Castle and our association of Concordia Lakes. A lovely lady and a true professional. My deepest condolences to her husband, her two beautiful daughters and her entire family. She will be missed by all who have had the pleasure of knowing her. Rest In Peace beautiful lady.


Elizabeth Benfenati

November 27, 2019, 11:07 pm

Kim, you were so kind, funny, a hard worker, so professional and truly a beautiful human. You were always so sweet to me and my family. The love you had for your own was inspiring, every day you talked about your daughters and how proud you were of them.
I’m still very shocked and can’t get over the fact that I won’t share another meeting, chat, or a cup of coffee in the mornings with you. You were always there for everyone who needed you, and somehow you made it work for all of us (your work family)
Your soul and family are in my prayers, I will miss you dearly and remember you every day. Thank you for everything and I hope that one day we meet again <3

Sandi Baum

November 28, 2019, 11:07 am

I met Kim only two years ago and was instantly drawn to her warm and enthusiastic personality. All of us here in Artesia will miss her assistance with our turnover process and her cheerful presence at our board meetings. We are praying that her loved ones will be comforted by the wonderful memories she has left for all of us.


November 28, 2019, 6:35 pm

Dear Hamilton family. I send my deepest sympathy to your family. I have fond memories of being with Kim when I visited Christine and Brian Roberts in Florida. I have no words of comfort but I do know that Kim will be watching over your beautiful family forever more. Sending up many prayers for all of you during the coming day and weeks ahead.
In sympathy,
Jackie Gisel

Kervin Charles

November 28, 2019, 11:55 pm

You motivated me with your vision of what you saw in me.

Your presence was noticeable and felt because of your grace and kindness.

Can only imagine, what you have done to the lives of the ones who you lucky to have known you longer.

Rest in perfect peace

Tammy Calhoun

November 30, 2019, 3:28 am

Dear Hamilton family, Kim’s greatest treasure. Our hearts ache for the grief you will experience in your loss and our prayer for you is God’s overwhelming Peace that will comfort your soul…May His love pour down grace and hope always knowing that she is with you. Her spirit lives on in your hearts forever and Jesus will carry your pain. We are sorry we will not be able to participate in your memorial service as we will be out of town but we do want you to know that our prayers will be with your family and with Kim…I will never forget your beautiful smile and generosity my dear Kim .Rest in peace ..One day we will be united again..give my sweet Brooke a big hug from us.I know now she is holding your hand ..with deep sympathy and love,… Tammy Cahoun..Tyler and Brooke Rice family

Staci Maddox

December 1, 2019, 2:25 am

My deepest condolences. I remember Kim as we were coworkers at Kmart in Tampa many years ago. She was beautiful, smart, and happy. I am shocked to hear of her passing. Sending prayers to her family.
~Staci Maddox

Elayne Venegas

December 9, 2019, 4:42 pm

I am in shock as I just found out about Kim’s passing today. What a phenomenal lady! I knew her through Castle and she was instrumental in my transfer from Naples to Ft. Lauderdale. From day 1 of meeting Kim, we just “hit it off.” She only had positive things to say and her friendly, helpful attitude and bright contagious smile will certainly be missed. She made such an impression on all who knew her.
Sending prayers and comfort to her entire family!
I am still in shock.

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