Obituary of Kimberly Anne (Harms) Spruill

Kimberly Anne (Harms) Spruill of Moorestown, NJ, formerly of Mount Laurel, Medford, Southampton and Marlton, NJ, died peacefully at her home on Saturday, June 18, 2022. Born in Newport, RI, on January 15, 1970, she was the first , and long-awaited child of a young naval officer and his wife, Stephen and Patricia (Kerlin) Harms. Kim was the first child in the next generation of both families. All her life she was a beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, niece, wife, mother and friend. Kim was a graduate of Lenape High School, Class of 1988, in Medford, NJ, and Kutztown University, Class of 1992, in Kutztown, PA. In search of adventure, her first job after college was as a flight attendant with a charter airline, World Airways, based in Philadelphia. During her employment, she traveled the world. Her favorite destination was Paris, France. Her employment there ended after she met a handsome young man who would later become her husband, and she couldn’t bear to leave him for Paris or some other destination. She was predeceased in death by her precious son, Scott D. Spruill, Jr., and grandparents, Frank and Clare Harms and Raymond and Constance Kerlin. She is survived by her two beautiful daughters whom she loved dearly, Brooke E. Spruill and Ava R. Spruill, her ex-husband, Scott D. Spruill, her parents, her beloved brother, Stephen, her doting sister, Melissa Harms Liggett and husband Andrew, many special aunts, uncles, cousins ​​and some very close friends namely Theresa, Melina and Stephanie. When her children were young, Kim loved being involved in their activities. She was often a roommate and a cheerleading coach for several years. Her children were her world. Her infectious smile is legendary among family and friends. As a young athlete, she was an outstanding gymnast and was a member of the state championship team in Lenape. She was always a talented dancer and took up ballroom dancing later in life. She was quite advanced and participated in many championship competitions. Kim was always very creative. Her talent for home decoration was enviable. She had just finished furnishing and furnishing her new home; it was magazine worthy. She was about to start a new venture with painted flower pots and live succulents. Kim was an avid animal lover. Growing up, she always had some sort of pets, including guinea pigs, salamanders, birds, and of course, dogs and cats. At the time of her death, she had three cats, Mini, Blue, and Simba, and her adorable dog, Chew Chew, who are now wondering where their mommy is. Life is not always easy and Kim struggled to find peace and contentment. We know that she is now wrapped in the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ and reunited with her beautiful son Scotty. A visit to Kim will be held on Monday, June 27, 2022 at Lechner Funeral Home, 24 N. Main St., Medford, NJ from 1:00 PM, followed by funeral services at 2:00 PM. The funeral will be held with the family in Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson, NJ.

Posted online on June 23, 2022

Published in Courier Post

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Visitation

at Lechner Funeral Home, 24 N. Main St., Medford, NJ from

June 27, 2022 Bee 1:00 pm

funeral service

at Lechner Funeral Home, 24 N. Main St., Medford, NJ from

June 27, 2022 Bee 2:00

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