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Kimberli Lane "Kimba" Motley-Moomey

August 28, 1956 — February 2, 2021

Kimberli Lane "Kimba" Motley-Moomey

Kimba was born August 28, 1956, in Ada, OK, to Roy Wayne Zerger and Lila Mae Zerger and passed away at her home in Midwest City with her family at her side.She is survived by husband, Daryl; sister, Kristen Zerger Seikel (Paul); son, Johnny D. Monnier II; stepdaughter, Madison Sawyer Motley-Nash (Michael); God daughter, Catherine Elaine Lewis; and very close friend "daughter" Buffalo (Sara) Morgan and Daryl's family.Kimba was predeceased by her parents; brother, Timothy Wayne Zerger and late husband, Howard Weldon Motley.Kimba also leaves behind Daryush and Joan ValaNejad and Cy and Elaine ValaNejad who became family to Kimba and Daryl.Thanks and love to Dr. Randy Morgan for the many years of his love and friendship and medical assistance.Kimba attended Putnam City Schools and attended Oklahoma State University where she kept in contact with her friends from school and college forming the Charm Group of Seven, Kim Mulinex (Rusty); Sherry Brandt Yeich (Steve); Barbie Henson (Steve); Nancy Bell (Mike); Margie Brandt Miebergen (Butch) and Seyan Hefner (Johnny).Kimba was a devout Catholic and member of The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church.Kimba had close relationships with Father John Metzinger; Margie Feighny; George and Stephanie Rigazzi, and Paul and Rosemary Lewis and family who treated Kimba as an adoptive family member; Archbishop Paul Coakley, Father William Novak, Bishop Edward Weisenburger of Tucson, AZ, Father M. Price Oswalt and Father Brian Buettner.Kimba was a member of the Opus Sanctorum Angelorum and loved Father M. Price Oswalt and members Diane Culbertson, Diane Grim, Thy Nguyen, Pat Losen, Rosalie Larkin, Cathy Lee, and Marilyn Tarron.Kimba was an artist and loved so much painting portraits of the Blessed Virgin Mary and donating her art pieces to benefit the Catholic Churches and Schools in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.Special recognition to Teresa Hurt of Pirates Alley Frame Shop for her friendship and the many mountings of Kimba's Art.Kimba befriended all that crossed her path and saw JOY, LOVE and LIVING your life to the fullest and never wanted to hear or talk about the NEGATIVE ENERGY but always said "Let's Party" and "GO BIG or GO HOME".Kimba loved art, jewelry, her pugs, Noni, Pancake and Petunia, and the cats of the neighborhood, Ziggy and Max and all the wild raccoons, opossum, and skunks that were fed and watered nightly on the front porch…to all of the neighbor's bewilderment.Love and respect to Judy Prater, RN /MSN Hospice care manager that cared for Kimba and gave Daryl guidance through her journey.At the family's request no food or flowers, they would appreciate donations in Kimba's memory be made to The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church or your favorite charity.Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, February 8, 2021 at 5 p.m. at The Cathedral Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 3214 N Lake Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73118. With respect for CDC guidelines with social distancing, online streaming will be available at www.cathedralokc.org.
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Mass of Christian Burial

Monday, February 8, 2021

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

3214 North Lake Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73118

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