Kimberly “Kim” Kay Johnson, age 51, of Globe-Miami, Ariz., passed away Saturday, July 27, 2013, peacefully at her home in Miami. She was born in Culver City, Calif., on Dec. 7, 1961.
Kim worked as a medical assistant and loved her job, co-workers, and helping the people she cared for. She loved spending time with her grandbabies. She also like watching movies and then quoting them, camping, fishing, dancing, singing, and most of all, she loved to laugh and smile. Kim will be missed dearly.
Kim was preceded in death by her father, James Farley, and mother, Judy “Cracker” Hayward.
Kim is survived by her sister, Jamey (Greg Harting) from Seattle, Wash.; her brother, Daniel (Genea Nierdieck) of Globe; sons, Rickey Farley and Joseph Miller of Globe; stepdaughters, Jessica Johnson and Maundy Johnson of Globe; 13 grandbabies, Madison Farley, Alex Farley, Brandon Farley, James Farley, Cody Peterson, Jenesa Garcia, Jaden Uhl, Shaydee Miller, Andrew Thompson, Tori Copeland, Ashlen Copeland, John Wayne Francisco, and Michael Don Francisco; one niece, Erin Harting, and three nephews, Joseph Swann, Jeremy Swann, and Jonathan Swann.
Services were held Friday, Aug. 2, 2013, at Miles Funeral Services Globe Chapel, 237 S. Sutherland St., in Globe, Ariz.
A potluck followed the services at the Shamrock Bar in Claypool, Ariz.
Services were entrusted to Miles Funeral Services Miami, 309 W. Live Oak St, Miami, AZ 85539.