In Memory

Kim Bolton (Thomas)

KIMBERLEY ANN BOLTON-THOMAS Beloved wife and mother, passed from this life on December 10, 2006 after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Kim was born on August 27, 1960 in San Antonio, Texas and graduated from Bellaire High School with the class of 1979. She was a valued employee of SW Bell, SBC, and AT&T for some 27 years. She was a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, serving on the Facilities Services and the VIP Services committees. She was a lover and supporter of High School FFA, Little Britches Rodeo, and High School rodeo programs (her son Kolby is a member of the Rodeo Team for Sam Houston State University). Kim is survived by her adoring husband of 20 years, Kevin Dean Thomas, her beloved son Kolby Dean Thomas; her parents F.O. (Fred) and Mary Bolton; her sister Kelly Akkerman and husband Steven; mother-in-law Ferrell Thomas; brother-in-laws Randy Thomas and wife Amy, Lamar Thomas and wife Stacy; James Thomas; sister-in-law Brenda Zeigler; nephews Justin Akkerman and wife Lacy, Jared Akkerman, Luke and Ben Thomas; nieces Dannielle and Faith Thomas, and Jennifer Jones and her husband Mike; and other family and friends too numerous to mention. Also important to Kim would have been the mention of her beloved pets: horse Sassy; and dogs Mimi, Tuff, Gus, and Murray. The family would like to express their sincere gratification for the heroic efforts of the following health care providers: Dr. Garrett (Rush) Lynch and Carol Elizondo of Baylor College of Medicine; the doctors and staff of the Breast Care Center with special thanks to nurses Susan and Sam; as well as the entire nursing and support staff of the 8th floor of The Methodist Hospital with special thanks to Christy and Connie. Memorial Service to be held at 2:00pm Friday Dec 15 at Klein Funeral Home 1400 W. Main, Tomball, TX. Memorial contributions may be made to support Breast Cancer Research, please send any contributions to the attention of Mark Calderon, Breast Care Center, One Baylor Plaza BCM 600, Houston, TX 77030; please mark same in memory of Kimberly Thomas.