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On Wednesday, 30 December 2020, our loving wife, mother, aunt, and sister, Kimberly I. Mosquito, who was baptized under the pastorage of Reverend F.M. Cooper at Trinity A.M.E. church in Nashville Tennessee, passed away and returned home to her Heavenly Father.
Kimberly or Ines, as referred to by most who knew her, was 43 years of age and full of life. She was a youthful matriarch, who spoke her direct thoughts with truth, passion, with an energetic, and powerful spirit to all who knew her, worked with her, and were privileged enough to be around her, for any length of time.
Kimberly was born on February 07, 1977, in Ft Huachuca, Arizona to Mr. Floyd K. Wright SR. and Marynell C. Wright, where she held a placemat for a military family term until she travelled with her family to the countries of Germany, and Belgium, before returning to complete high school at Eisenhower High School in Lawton, Ok. Kimberly attended Middle Tennessee State University, before hired to work and live in Kuwait. Kimberly met her Husband, Jose Mosquito while working in Kuwait, and together they built a life, a marriage, and a family. Kimberly was a Microsoft Certified and Video Teleconference Professional.
Kimberly is survived by her husband, Jose, her children Antonia, Addison, and Marcus, her mother Marynell, parents by marriage Jose Mosquito (Evelyn) her brother Kerry (Yolanda), brothers by marriage Michael Mosquito (Marlana), and Rodney Mosquito (Melissa), uncle Reverend Freeman Cooper (Alma), (aunt Virginia Cooper), aunt Raye Fessette (Dean), nieces Shayla and Danielle, nephews Devon and Kerry (KK), all other nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
We will always remember your smile, laughter, and the love you showed not only for your family, but for all those who became a part of your life.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Kimberly's name, to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, at:
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