Saturday, May 31, 2014


Lila Patricia Kimball
2010 ~ 2014
Salt Lake City, UT-On April 26th 2014 Lila Patricia Kimball was welcomed back into her Heavenly Father's loving arms. Baby Lila was born July 27th 2010 in Salt Lake City Utah to a family that could not have loved her more.
Her rare syndrome made most basic activities impossible. Eventually her fragile body lost the fight. Our little girl passed away peacefully in her sleep at home in her spot.
Lila's angelic smiles and heavenly nature are recognized throughout the country and across oceans. Her perfect example of love, patience, and gratitude will be a constant by those who know and love her. She can now sing and dance, run and laugh.
Lila is survived by her most honored parents Quinn and Kristi and baby sister Ruby as well, and grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends whose lives will be forever better for having loved her.
We extend a special thanks to Lila's pediatrician. All the doctors, nurses and staff who treated our little girl as they would their own.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Hillcrest Ward, 5600 South Fashion Boulevard (435 East) at 12:00 noon. A viewing will be held Friday from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the church. Interment will be at Wasatch Lawn, 3401 South Highland Drive.
Funeral Directors are Russon Brothers Mortuary, Salt Lake. 
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Barb said...

Beautifully written tribute.

Terri Elise said...

Quinn and Kristi,

I just opened up your blog and read ablout Lila. I have been out of touch and truly wish that I had know about her passing. She was a beautiful little angel. I know that she brought both of you more joy than you ever could have expected. I am happy that Ruby got to hangout with her big sister at least for a little while.

My thoughts and prayers are with you guys and Ruby as you mourn. I know that you will stay deeply connected through special rituals that you create to honor Lila's memory.

I pray that God will comfort you and give you strength.

With love,

Terri Elise Goldstein