Kimberly Ann Domblesky

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Feb 2 1965
Jun 27 2020
55 Years
Kinzers, Pennsylvania

Kimberly Ann Domblesky, 55, of Kinzers, passed away on June 24, 2020 at the Lancaster General Hospital. She was the wife of Michael P. Domblesky.  

Kim was born in Coatesville, PA on February 2, 1965. She was the daughter of the late Robert E. Chamberlain Sr. and Betty L. (Hamer) Chamberlain. She was a 1983 graduate of Octorara Area Senior High School. Kim loved working with people. She previously was a teacher's aid at Octorara and recently drove Amish workers and children with special needs.  

In addition to her husband, Kim is survived by her daughter, Merissa Brylewski and husband LJ of Barnesville, PA, her son, Colton Domblesky of Kinzers, her granddaughter, Isabella Brylewski, and her siblings, Donna Boley of Paradise, PA, Robert E. Chamberlain Jr. and wife Deborah of East Earl, PA, and Randy Chamberlain and wife Christine of Paradise, PA.

Kim was a generous and kind person who made everyone feel loved. She would help anyone with just about anything, most likely with an abundance of food, as she loved to cook for her family, friends, neighbors, and just about anyone who would tell her they were hungry. Kim also loved spending time down at the beach, watching court TV & Hallmark movies, playing with her granddaughter, spending time with her children, eating at restaurants, and life in general. 

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the service will be private and at the convenience to the immediate family. 

A public memorial service will be announced at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home. Condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com   

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What a beautiful picture of you.  I can't believe I am reading this though.  God must need you more.....I am praying for you guys and I will always hold all of the memories with her in my heart.  I noticed on fb how everyone says the same thing....how she loved you guys and how proud she is of you.  She will always, always, be with you.  I am so sorry for your pain.

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We are so sorry and we are praying for strength for all of you. Kim and I became friends in first grade at Octorara and have remained friends over these many years. Our hearts are broken. Your mom was so kind and would help anyone. I will miss laughing with her and talking to her. She treated Amanda and David like her own children. Your mom is always with you and watching over you. She loved you both so much and Bella. God love her. Please take care of each other. Love Donnie,Robin,Amanda,and David

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Merissa,   I am so sorry for your loss. At the difficult times in the future try and remember the good and fun times with your Mom.  My love and prayers are with you,your Dad and Brother.May God bless you with peace 

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Mike and family, we are so sad and sorry To hear about Kim's passing. We know we haven't seen you and Kim in a long time but when we would run into Kim or you it always seemed like time had never passed! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all and Tweeter and I will visit you soon!😢💜

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Michael, Merissa, and Colton,
So very sorry to hear of Kim's passing. Kim and I were friends in high school. We didn't get to see much of each other after school except for reunions and when my boys went to school and talked about Miss Kim. I didn't know what they meant until I saw Kim at our reunion and she told me about my boys. She always gave a hug and always had kind words to say about everyone. She was caring and will be greatly missed. God Bless your family in this difficult time. Love, Jeff, Holly, Brock and Hayden

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Kim your such great person you will be missed

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Dear Mike, Merissa, and Cole,
I am so devastated over your mother's passing. I am grateful for many things in my life. But I know I have been given the opportunity of knowing and being part of your families life..... and knowing her was and still will always be a true blessing.
The amount of love and compassion she shared with us all was more than someone who lived 116 years couldn't have even given that amount to others.
God Bless Kimberly and I am so very honored to have been part of her life.
She will always live on with us in our hearts. I cannot think of anyone better to be in that place. May she rest peacefully.
All of my love, Jimmy.

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My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Kim was such a good person. She loved you guys so much. She will be with you everyday watching over you. Again so sorry. I will miss talking to her. 😞😞❤❤

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Kim would do anything for anyone and with God always in her heart. My thoughts and prayers for all for heart healing.

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To the family of Kim. I am sure you have many memories with this beautiful Wife, Mother and grandmother. You knew she loved you all so much and was so proud of her little granddaughter. How hard it is to lose someone you love as much as you all had loved her. Remember to keep God close and let him give you peace. Comfort and strength through this difficult time.
Love The Softchin and Mowday Family.

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i was so shocked and saddened to learn of Kim's passing.  She was my student secretary back in the 80's when I worked at Octorara. Kim was a great kid, to see that she grew into such a beloved wife, mother, and grandmother is certainly no surprise.  My deepest heartfelt sympathy to you all

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God bless to all Kimmy's family

So sorry for your pain. It's a long road of hurt as you grieve. Praying for the Lords Grace to help you heal. 

In Christ love 

Sheila Gorman and family 

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Mike, Merissa and Colton,  We are still in disbelief over Kim's passing.  We pray that you will feel a strong comfort from God in the days and weeks ahead. Kim and I first met when we were walking our sons into the Kindergarden room.  We've been friends ever since and so have Colton and Scott.  Kim's heart overflowed with generousity and love for her family and especially her sweet little granddaughter.  We are so sorry for your great loss!  Love & Prayers, Carlene, Jeff and Scott

 

 

 

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Paul was a true gentleman and a good civic citizen when he and Ginny lived in Parkesburg.  He was also a well respected teacher.  Our condolences to the family.  Gerry and Barb Treadway

 

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I am so saddened to know of Kim's passing. It was not all that long ago we were right back where we left off at OHS...only nearly 40 years had passed and we were in waiting room at the orthodontist with our kids 😂. Kim had SUCH an incredible way of conversing and putting a comfortable feel to any interaction. Gosh, she must be needed in heaven for a very special job. Our heartfelt condolences and sympathy to all who knew and loved this very special gal. 
Tiffany and Bucky Lantz

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Mike I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your loving wife. I keep you in my prayers. 

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Our hearts grieve the loss of Colton's mother. Our prayers and loving concern remain with Colton and his family. We are grateful for Colton's presence and his many contributions at Eastern University, especially with Student Chaplain Leadership Team. May Colton's mother rest in peace. May her memory be for a blessing.

On behalf of Eastern University,

Dr. Joseph B. Modica, University Chaplain

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So sorry to hear of Kims passing. I knew her years ago when she worked for the guys that took over Hershey,s market. they took over my store where i worked also. i went to Weis mkts. then  and seen her there sometimes,  i worked with  Donna at weis also.  my thoughs and prayers with the family.

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I am so sorry to hear of Kims passing, I will be praying for all family & friends.

Libby Gibson-Evans

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I'm sorry to the passing of Kim , I enjoyed working with her at the Hershey marked in christiana , you were a good friend and will be missed . Prayers for the family. R.I.P Kim 

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I was so sorry to hear of Kim's passing. She was beautiful inside and out and will truly be missed by those of us she touched over the years. Rest easy Kim.  Kathy Crawford and family

 

 

 

 

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To Kims family, Our parents loved Kims parents Betty and Bob. I soon learned why because thats how I loved Kim. I ran in to her when I had my family with me at the Red Caboose restaurant. My deseased son's sons were so well behaved and quiet that day. She mentioned that that was how Stevie, their father, acted in school. That was the kindest words I heard about my son in school ever! On behalf of the Chandler family, please accept are deepest condolences, we love you. Love, Bev Chandler Gilmore

 

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Mike and family we are shocked and saddened to hear of Kim's passing.  We will pray for her to RIP and for you all to be comforted.  Love with sorrow.  Earl and Lydia Risselh

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