Kimberly A. Truett


Kimberly A. Truett, 53 passed away on Wednesday March 14, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Ballston Spa, NY on April 6, 1964, she was the daughter of Alfred and Sally Loya.

Kim was known for her endless generosity, she opened her home to many that needed it, and she always made sure everyone had a home cooked meal. She had a heart and smile that everyone loved. Kim loved spending time with her family and taking trips to Florida to see her son and her grand babies. She also enjoyed going to the Saratoga Casino and camping.

She was predeceased by her son Timothy S. Truett, and her parents Alfred and Sally Loya. Kim is survived by her son Tyler J. Truett (Marissa), grandson Justin T. Truett, granddaughter Adalynd F. Truett, brothers Alfred Loya Jr. (Bunsong), and Chad Loya, (Jen); sisters Carol Phillips (John), and Heather Loya; and many nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to a celebration of Kim’s life from 5pm to 8pm on Thursday, March 22 at the VFW Post 358, 35 East North Street, Ballston Spa.

Guest Book

Cathy MacWhinnie Boucher

To the family,

I’m so very sorry for the loss of your mother. Much too young. I went to High School with Kim. She was such a sweet girl. Always had a smile on her face. She will always be remembered.

Cindy Cornell

I will love you always little cousin such a beautiful lady those beautiful brown eyes will be missed forever, till my maker brings me home kiss my Mama for me. FOREVER in our Hearts

Diane Morrissey

God bless you Kim, you've always had a big heart, as did your mom. I will miss our summer lunches with our mothers and cousins whom ever could make it.

I am sorry to your Tyler and his family, as well as your brothers and sisters. Love you all

Kelly Manuli

God gained a beautiful angel. No more pain or suffering. Fly High My Friend Until We Meet Again. I will miss you
Love,
Kelly

Maureen Taylor

So very sorry for your loss. My condolences to the family.

Don Perkins

So sorry to hear of Kim's passing, RIP you surely will be missed.

Barbara Cornell

Love to you Kim and Family. Sending lots of hugs and Prayers. Xoxo

Jolene and Joe Weis

Our deepest condolences to the Loya family..

Anita Pedersen

Kim, you are one amazing person and such a trooper with all that you endured these last few years. I am so glad that some of us from our class got to visit with you. I am so sorry that I never got to take you to the Olive Garden....we had talked about it and I had promised I would. You will forever be in my thoughts Kim.....Rest In Peace sweetheart.

Lori Cornell Geiselman

There is now one fierce angel, and loving mother/grandmother in heaven.
Prayers go out to whole family.

Cousin Lori