Kimberly Ann George Brennan was born July 26, 1966 to Earl and Linda George in Stuttgart, Arkansas. She was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church. Kimberly attended school in Stuttgart, where she was active in many activities including: Delta Beta Sigma, she was a majorette in the marching band, and she was involved in many civic clubs. After high school, Kimberly attended the University of Central Arkansas as a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, and received her Bachelor’s Degree in marketing.
Kimberly’s condition, beginning at age 14, started with Rheumatoid Arthritis, and then was later complicated by Primary Pulmonary Hypertension. Kimberly was a beautiful, brave, stubborn fighter. She overcame these adversities and worked hard to have a very successful career. Kimberly’s career in marketing started with GE in Arkansas, then Jacksonville, Florida, and she eventually made Cumming, Georgia her home. Kimberly’s career allowed her to see and experience cultures around the world. While working with GE, she traveled to such places as Sydney, Milan, Brussels, and Rome these are just a few of the interesting places she visited. Kimberly ended her career as a Marketing Executive for McKesson.
Kimberly had a keen eye for fashion, even if it was just a t-shirt and jeans, she always looked “put together” She was passionate about the fashion industry, interior and marketing design, as well as cooking. Kimberly was a very warm, kindhearted person. She liked meeting people, getting to know them, and how she could bring joy to their lives with her smile, as well as her caring and compassion. Kimberly loved the beach, and as she always said, she was, “happiest on the bright blue seas of the coast”. Kimberly’s love of the beach is where her final resting place will be.
Kimberly was preceded in death by her loving mother, Linda L. George. Kimberly is survived by her fiancé, Henry Hoffman of Atlanta, GA, her loving fury companions Jack and Molly, her father, Earl F. George of Stuttgart, Arkansas, brother, Kenneth Earl George of Stuttgart, sister Kathy (Jim) Ellis of Gulf Shores, Alabama, sister, Kerry Knowlton of Stuttgart, Arkansas and her niece and nephews, Brandi and Will Knowlton, Gavin Carter and James and Joseph Ellis and a host of family and friends.
Services for Kimberly will be held at Cumming Baptist Church on February 16 at 5 p.m. with the Rev. James Thalacker presiding. Services for friends and family in Arkansas will be held Saturday, February 16, at 10 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 205 E 5th St. in Stuttgart.
Kimberly request that memorials be made to American Lung Association designated for PAH. Also to the American Heart Association and the Children’s Heart Foundation for Congenital Heart Defect Research.