KIMBERLY EATON MEMORIAL
Read about our Kimberly
Her parents gave her “roots and wings” to let her know she could always come home, but that she should live her own life. In Los Angeles she developed her new family and embraced the culture. She believed that she lived a special life, and that she wanted to share what she had with others who were not so fortunate and not well received. Kimberly volunteered and encouraged others to join her efforts. She believed in equality for all races, genders, ages, and wanted little Black girls to see themselves as Ariel The Little Mermaid, or Cinderella as Brandy depicted her, and believe they could be princesses, as she believed in herself. Kimberly dedicated herself and her platform to those who were less fortunate and marginalized.
Kimberly brightened a room just by entering. Her smile was like sunshine. She had a presence that drew people together. She had an effusive laugh, a bright smile, a radiating charisma, and a wonderful hug. She is unforgettable.