Kimberly A. Cordova

Kimberly A. Cordova

Kimberly A. Cordova, 30, of Espanola, passed into the next life Monday, August 12, 2019, due to an unforeseen illness. It is with tremendous sorrow her family announces the unexpected loss of a vibrant and beautiful soul to the world who leaves behind her loving family with a lifetime of incredibly joyful memories.

Kim was a humorous, caring, loving, considerate daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunt, niece, partner and friend who inspired those around her to cherish life and strive for the greatness that lies in all of us. Kim passed in the comfort of her loved ones with hope for the future of herself and those around her.

She was born August 4, 1989, in Los Alamos, a daughter of Denise Jaramillo and Gus Garcia. She was a 2008 graduate of Espanola Valley High School. In addition to her parents, she is survived by sister Leian (Andrew) Romero, brothers Tony Cordova and Daniel (Desiree) Cordova, nieces whom she loved dearly Madysen and Paetyn Romero and Hailey Cordova, and love of her life Angel Herrera. She is proceeded in death by her father Anthony M. Cordova Sr., maternal grandfather Leo Jaramillo, paternal grandfather Tony Cordova, along with other family members. The following will carry our beautiful soul to her final resting place: Andrew Romero, Nicole Pacheco, Jimmy Herrera, Kim Montoya, Fabian Atencio Jr., Amy Salazar, Christopher Atencio, and Lynn Garduno. Relatives and friends can find service information on the DeVargas Funeral Home website.

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