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Kimberlee Hudson Moore

12/16/1964 - 09/05/2022
Service Date: 09/10/2022
Service Time: 4:30PM - 5:30PM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 1865 S. Higley Road, Gilbert, Az 85295
Visitation Date: 09/10/2022
Visitation Time: 3:00PM - 4:30PM
Visitation Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Kimberlee Moore, 57, passed away on September 5th, 2022 surrounded by her loved ones. She was born to Darell and Darlene Hudson on December 16th, 1964 in Mesa, Arizona. Kimberlee was best known for her positive attitude and cheerful spirit, making her quick friends with everybody. She never knew a stranger.

In 1990, Kimberlee married her beloved husband Roger D. Moore and they were lucky to be married for 22 years, raising their three sons Wyatt S. Moore, Truman B. Moore, and Hudson W. Moore in both Prescott Valley and Gilbert Arizona. She attended all of their sports games as she was an avid sports lover. Kimberlee was preceded in death by her husband Roger. 

Dedicating 33 years of her life to America West/ American Airlines, she retired in 2020 and spent the past two years enjoying time with her family who she loves dearly.

Kimberlee’s light and legacy will continue through her family. Left to carry on her traditions are her parents, siblings Devore Hudson, Michael Hudson (Holly)  Andrea Allen (Shane) Barbara Witherite (Amy), and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. As well as, her three sons and their wives Valerie Moore (Hudson) and Averi Moore (Truman) and her three grandchildren who were her pride and joy, Hayzlee Moore (Wyatt), Jaxson Moore (Wyatt), and Finn Moore (Hudson).

She was known for being an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She will be missed by all.

The funeral service will be from 4:30-5:30 pm on Saturday, September 10th, 2022 at 1865 S Higley Road, Gilbert Arizona 85296. A viewing will be held from 3:00 to 4:30 pm before the service.

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

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  • Her sweet soul will be missed by all always had a smile on her face

  • I met Kim when she worked in Diveden Miles and I sat across the aisle. She was one the most friendliest person I have ever known. Always willing to help. She was missed when she went to the airport. My sympathies to her friends and family.

  • Prayers and our deepest condolences to her family.

  • My time with Kim and her family revolved around sports and school. My son Riley was friends with Wyatt and they played football and basketball together from 6th grade through high school.
    I also happened to be the principal at the middle school the boys attended so when I called her she would ask, “Is this for business or pleasure?”
    Kim was an amazing mom. Supportive of her boys passions and one of the best role models out there. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to this family.

  • Shelli Lamoreaux Engler

    My Spunky Sassy Kim – still hard to believe you flew away home
    but oh so glad you are out of pain and with Roger again
    I am thankful for the friendship we have and that knowledge that ONE day we will see each other again
    Love to Darell – Darlene, Wyatt, Truman and Hudson and the family

  • Calvin and Tracy Graves

    Condolences to her family. She was a sweet soul. God definitely has a angel now. God bless her. RIP Kimberly

  • Jeanne o'sullivan

    Kim was such a fun part of our airline family. Funny, smart, kind, chatty. Always a smile and hi, how ya doing? I will miss Kim. Condolences to her family.

  • So so many good times with you my friend. Loved watching you play every sport in high school, so athletic. I remember the time we we sophomores I think. I wanted to play racquetball with you after school. We had to wait until you were done with basketball practice. We were playing RB and your coach saw us and said something like, “really Hudson? I’m going to have to work you harder in practice if you still have energy to play RB.” I kinda smiled and thought you were my hero. And you still are friend. I love you. In Jesus’s arms till we meet again.

  • Coleen Mccollough

    Our precious Kimberlee, we will miss you so much. You are so sweet and fun to be around. It is wonderful to know you are out of pain. You are now with Roger and your loving grandparents. Goodbye fou now Kimmie. We love ❤️ you dearly.

  • Rachelle Martin (Shelly)

    I am so grateful for the love I received from this choice daughter of God. Our paths crossed so many times over the past 30+ years. How blessed I am to have known you Kim. We felt an immediate bond of love and kinship. My deepest heartfelt sympathy and love to all of Kim’s wonderful family.

  • Kim had the most positive outlook on life despite the challenges she has been through. I met Kimberlee at American Airlines. Rest In Peace beautiful soul and sincere condolences to the loved ones.

  • Michelle Armstrong

    Rest In Peace sweet Kimmie. I will always hold the fondest memories in my heart of our days at the airline. You had the kindest heart, the best stories and sense of humor & loved your family so. You are now reunited with Roger and out of pain so those things are such a blessing but you will be missed by so many. I’m so happy you had the joys of motherhood & being a grandma. Your love and light truly made this world a better place. My condolences to your family. May peace be with you Kimmie. Much love.

  • Jeanne o'sullivan

    Kim was one of our long time airline family. So fun to be with. I will miss her sweet, kind and always positive person she was. Condolences to her family.

  • I will miss Kim. Our visits in the last year were a special time for me as I saw this wonderful, feisty, powerful, spiritual friend of mine fight her battle with cancer. Kim didn’t lose her battle, she won in every way. She fought the good fight. She is a rare soul. I pray for the Lord’s choicest blessings to be with Kim’s family and friends.

  • It was an honor to know and love Kim. Her strength and courage will forever be admired and remembered.

  • I feel so blessed to have been able to have Kim as my friend for the last 15 years. She was a great example of love and kindness to everyone that knew her. We used to walk around the airport to get our steps in and Kim had to say hi and (even compliment them) to everyone we passed. And working a flight with her as the boarding agent I was always afraid we wouldn’t get our flight out on time because she literally had to say something nice to every single passenger as she swiped their boarding pass. Not just ‘good morning’ but ‘I love your purse’ or ‘cute hair’ or ‘are you going to visit family?’ She pretty much was best friends with everyone on the plane by the time we were done!
    The world was a better place because of her. We should all take a page from her book and the world would be a better place.
    My deepest condolences to her family. No doubt she will be watching over her family from the other side, still giving service as she did while she was here.

  • Steve & Sandi Schureman

    Darrel, Darlene and all the Hudson -Moore family. We are so sad to hear of Kim’s passing. She was a bubbly, bright and crazy happy girl when We first met her at about 10 yrs old. We know she will be missed as her love filled the room. Please know Our family loves you guys and are praying for peace for all of you!

  • I met Kimberlee at church when I moved into her ward a few years back. I sat by her in church a few times and we had some of the most tender conversations as she shared thoughts about the passing of her husband not too long ago. Oh, how she loved him and missed him. We were also ministering partners previous to the time that her cancer diagnosis happened. She had such good work ethics and work kept her away much of the hot Summer months. But she wheats had a strong desire to serve others and was generous with her kindness and mercy to all she met. I loved her ability to connect of a very spiritual level. She always spoke of faith and desired to strengthen her family members. I believe she’s done that in her life and will continue to do so in heaven. She sure fought a valiant fight and will be missed by so many who absolutely adored her!

  • Basketball and our boys is what first brought Kim and I together. Many of our Gilbert families went through Roger’s death together with Kim. – Kim and the boys stood tall and amazed us all. What an amazing mother and grandmother Kim was. She filled her days supporting her kids and extended kids- I would often find Kim sitting next to me in the stands watching my son at his games after our kids graduated HS and went separate ways to play ball. Kim would say “Came to watch, gotta get my fill.” I loved Kim for this and always enjoyed her friendship. As time went on and our kids grew older, our talks turned to deeper conversations than basketball. I will selfishly miss this wonderful friend that was ALWAYS positive and full of life❤️

  • Basketball and our boys is what first brought Kim and I together. Many of our Gilbert families went through Roger’s death together with Kim. – Kim and the boys stood tall and amazed us all. What an amazing mother and grandmother Kim was. She filled her days supporting her kids and extended kids- I would often find Kim sitting next to me in the stands watching my son at his games after our kids graduated HS and went separate ways to play ball. Kim would say “Came to watch, gotta get my fill.” I loved Kim for this and always enjoyed her friendship. As time went on and our kids grew older, our talks turned to deeper conversations than basketball. I will selfishly miss this wonderful friend that was ALWAYS positive and full of life. Love to all her family.

  • Kimberly loved everyone, and in return was much loved by everyone she met. She was a shining light in this world who will forever mourn her loss. So happy for her release from pain, to be reunited with her beloved. So grateful she knew her Savior and the love of her Heavenly Father. Godspeed Kimberlee. So very sad for those she left behind. Have peace in knowing that you will be reunited someday 💕

  • I’m so happy you’re out of pain and back HOME although my heart aches for your loved ones grieving your loss. Lots of time spent with you in school and sports….oh those bus rides in junior high. Reconnecting with you at work while you stayed cool but dealing with passengers…those were very lucky to have you at their gate. I remember you welcoming me at your home several years ago and being introduced to your beautiful family when I brought tamales. The precious time Shelli and I spent with you last month will warm my heart for many years to come. Your spunkiness, gracious beauty inside and out will be missed. Lots of love to you!

  • I’m a neighbor of Kim’s and just have admired her so much. Her friendliness and kindness will be sorely missed. Prayers of peace and comfort to her family.

  • You were the first grandchild to be born in our family, that made you a little more special. From the cutest little girl to the wonderful woman you became, what a delight you were.
    You are now flying with the angels, you are free from pain, you will be missed by so many. Love you sweet Kimmie. Aunt Darla and Uncle Bob

  • Kimberlee I am so thankful that God sent you to be born into our family we loved you so much and will forever be grateful for the time you were here on this beautiful earth. You have left us for a while but some day we will once again be able to hold you in our arms and we look forward to that Heavenly reunion. We love you. Mom and Dad

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