Kim Mitchell, 1967~ 2008

Beverly “Kim” Mitchell was born Sept. 29, 1967, to Wade and Connie Tangreen in Moab. She was called Home to the Lord during her sleep on the morning of July 3. She was at her home in Hurricane, Utah at the time of her death.

She was raised in Moab and graduated from Grand County High School in 1985.

She met the love of her life, Joey Mitchell, in Moab. They were married in Moab on Aug. 29, 1987. They lived in Nevada after marrying and eventually settled in Grand Junction, Colo., where they resided until November of 2002. Kim worked as a technician at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. Joey preceded her in death on Nov. 20, 2002.

Shortly after Joey’s passing Kim moved to Summit, Utah and lived with her sister and brother-in-law, Jerry and Brenda Martineau. She then moved with her mother, Connie, to Hurricane, Utah, where she resided until the time of her death.

She is welcomed Home by her loving husband, Joey Mitchell, her special nephew, Marcus Martineau, who preceded her in death just 10 months ago, her father-in-law Ron Mitchell, step father-in-law, Roger Coursey (he always had a special place in Kim’s heart), grandparents, aunts and uncles.

She is survived by her father, Wade Tangreen, of La Sal; her mother, Connie Boroski, of Hurricane; sister, Brenda (Jerry) Martineau, of Summit; brother, Michael Tangreen, of Carlin, Nev., and brother, Jeramiah Tangreen.

She is also survived by nieces, Maranda (Nick) Tilley and their children Logan and Zoe of Cedar City, Mandy and Matea Martineau of Summit, Heather and children Tre’, Shayleigh and Ryan, Michelle (Mike) and daughter, Brooke Lynn, and nephews, Makai Martineau of Summit, Christopher Tangreen of Carlin, Nev, Trevor Stephens and son Aiden of Grand Junction, and Justin Stephens of Moab. She also is survived by mother-in-law, Karen Coursey, grandmother, Dorothy Severns, and sister-in-law, Ricki Inman, all of Grand Junction, as well as Sandi Potter, her second Mom and friend, of Worden, Mont.

Kim, we will always remember the good times. Your bubbly spirit, beautiful laugh and all of the fun times we all had with you over the years. The hurt is deep for all of us but we pray that you are happy in your new Home. God Bless You.

Graveside services were held Tuesday, July 8, at the Grand Valley Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Mitchell Funeral Home of Price, and Kimmerle-Hefner Funeral Home of Moab.