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Kimberly R. Paris

Mrs. Kimberly Ruth (Binion Reiman) Paris has passed away.

Born May 2, 1959, to Carl Collins and Clella Hope (Schlappi) Pinson of Morris, Ill., she was later adopted by Harry Binion of Newark, Ill.

Kimberly was the loving sister of Donna (Doug) Wakeman of Verona, Ill., Theresa (Carl) Clubb of Onarga, Ill., Bill Collins of Verona, Becky (Willie) Jackson of Bremerton, Wash., Butch Binion of Morris, Pam (Jim) Crisman of Norway, Ill., Rick (Becky) Binion of Norway, Harold Martin of Manhattan, Ill., Kevin (Larama) Martin of Aurora, Ill., and Dean (Susan) Martin of Newark.

Married to Andrew Paris of Sandwich, Ill., she was married to Fredric T. Reiman Jr. of Morris and from that marriage came daughter Shielah (Clayton) Gley of Romeoville, Ill., son Fredric T. Reiman III of Ava, Ill., and daughter Carrie (Elmer) Buchanan IV of Murphysboro, Ill. Kim was a loving grandmother to Sara Deck, Katie Deck, Jacob Oesterle, Wyatt Gley, Hayley Buchanan, Colin Oesterle and special grandson Logan Taylor.

Kim was preceded in death by her father, Carl Collins; nephew Thomas Crisman; and grandparents Wendell and Ruth Conlee and Anna and Ted Binion.

Kim loved her family, and she enjoyed knitting, crocheting and playing cards and games. Kim loved Elvis and Princess Diana. Kim always rooted for the Bears.

Her final wishes were seen to by her children and she gave life to others through the Gift of Hope.

Memorial visitation will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at the Faith Baptist Church, 427 W. Church St., Sandwich, with memorial services at 1:00 p.m., officiated by Rev. Steven Rogers.
Cremation rites are to be accorded.

Anderson Memorial Chapel, Romeoville, Ill., is in charge of arrangements.

For additional information, call the funeral home at (815) 886-2323 or log onto www.andersonmemorialchapel.com.
 

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