Troy Kimble Obituary, Death – Troy J. Kimble, a Canton, Ohio resident who had reached the age of 54 at the time of his untimely demise, died abruptly and unexpectedly on January 16, 2023. He’d been unwell for a while. He was born in Canton on March 6, 1968, to Richard Kimble, who had died previously, and Betty (DeNoon) Kimble, who had also died previously. Both of his parents had died before he was born. Unfortunately, both of his parents died since then. Troy finished his high school studies at GlenOak in 1986 and obtained his diploma. He was a member of the varsity wrestling team and the varsity soccer team while he was there, and he was also a member of the Ski club.
He pursued his studies at the Pittsburg Art Institute after graduating from high school in order to widen his artistic interests. He has maintained a variety of positions throughout his career, the most recent being with Lovelace Painting. He has been extremely successful during his career. Furthermore, he has a varied academic background. He enjoyed a wide range of hobbies, including water sports like jet skiing and snow skiing, outdoor activities like camping and beach time, and musical activities like listening to music and drinking beer. He also has a diverse set of interests and hobbies.
Above all else, the time dad got to spend with his children was the most important thing to him. When Troy went somewhere, he soon became the life of the party, and he made fast friends with everyone he encountered. His three dogs, Chloe, Cosmo, and Zilla, as well as his best friend Brian “Hogleg” Hyust, died before him. They were all his offspring. In addition to both of his parents, he was preceded in death by the individuals listed above. Troy’s children, Conner J. and Taylor J. Kimble, his brother Rick E. Kimble (Debbie), his nephew Ryan Kimble, his niece Rhonda (Adam) Schrader, as well as a number of in-laws, nieces, and nephews on the Zimmerman side of the family, as well as his cherished Igloo, are among those who can carry on his legacy.
Furthermore, his In addition, a memorial service in honor of Troy will be held at Tugboat’s on Friday, January 20, 2023, at six o’clock in the evening. This service will be held on a Friday (1211 39th St NE, Canton, OH 44714). The Reverend Sarah Taylor-Peck will preside over a brief memorial ceremony in honor of Sarah Taylor-Peck on the day in question at 6:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Stark County Humane Society or the Community Christian Church, both located at 5100 Peach Street NE, Louisville, Ohio 44641. (210 North Main Street, North Canton, OH 44720). The funeral preparations are now being handled by the Mark R. Vrabel Funeral Home in North Canton, Ohio (the phone number for that establishment is 330-452-4041).