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Celebrating the life of
Kimberly Wiseburn
February 26, 1971 - June 10, 2016
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Memorial Service
  • 3:00pm - Thursday, June 16, 2016
  • St. Lukes Methodist Church
  • 3471 Westheimer (Map)
    Houston, Texas 77027

  • (713) 622-5710

It was an honor to have worked with and known you Kim. Via Con Dios my Amiga.

Wayne Longmire , Pasadena, TX

Kim and I have worked together at CPS for over twenty years. She was always there to help in anytime of need. When things were stressful she would find a way to put a smile on your face and help you keep moving. I will always cherish her friendship and love for helping families and children. Until we meet again friend may she rest in peace with God.

Charlene Bustamante , Houston , TX

A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. The family will continue to be in my prayers.

Demetrius Zeno, Houston, Texas

Kim and I worked together in INTAKE. She was very knowledgeable and had a way of getting a turnip to talk! She was definitely not a morning person. Kim enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest. I am so glad to have many fond memories of her. My condolences to her family.

Artie Hughes, Houston, TX

I am going to miss Kim so much. She was a good friend and always AWESOME in a crisis. She got me through many a difficult time with her humor, advice, and no-nonsense attitude--sometimes, she would just simply say...GET OVER IT...and I would! She was just a text or phone call away and always willing to listen and help. She was always cracking a joke or saying something crazy and always had an opinion she was willing to share! She was THE LIFE of every happy hour! I can't believe she is gone, but I believe she is with God and I will see her again! My condolences to all her friends and family who loved her. She will be greatly missed.

Shannon Manning, Houston, TX

Kimberly Wiseburn, 45, of League City, Texas, passed away Friday, June 10, 2016, at Houston Hospice after being diagnosed with brain cancer. Born on February 26, 1971 in El Paso, Texas, Kimberly was a Program Director with Children’s Protective Services in Galveston County. She served CPS for twenty-one years in various roles in Harris and Galveston County. Throughout her career and life, Kimberly was always an advocate for children and for protecting them from all forms of abuse. Kimberly was a loyal and loving sister, daughter, aunt, friend and coworker. She was usually the funniest person in the room and she was always the person to call in times of crisis. Kimberly loved talking about politics and current events. She also enjoyed reading about successful women who had broken down barriers in their lives. Kimberly helped many people in her life, both personally and professionally. We know she is now in eternal peace and happiness with Christ. Kimberly is survived by her mother, Elda, father, Frank, her sister Liza and brother-in-law Greg; her sister Wendy and brother-in-law Daniel and nephews, Alexander and Nicholas, whom she loved so much. Thank you to all of Kimberly’s friends and coworkers for your support during these past two months. Hearing your stories of Kimberly and grieving with you has been a blessing to us. We are thankful to our own friends and coworkers who have been so supportive and helpful to us during this time in our lives. We are so grateful to the kindness shown to us from the staff at St. Luke’s Methodist Church, Bradshaw-Carter Funeral Home and Forest Park East Cemetery. Finally, we would like to thank Houston Hospice for providing such a peaceful home for Kimberly as she transitioned from this life to the next. We know Kimberly is home with the Lord.
Services will take place Thursday, June 16, 2016. The burial will be at nine o’clock in the morning at Forest Park East in Webster. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 at St. Luke’s Methodist Church, 3471 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77027, with reception to immediately follow in the Fellowship Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Kimberly’s honor to Galveston County Advocacy Center at 5710 Avenue S ½ , Galveston, TX 77551, www.galvestoncac.org/support-us/in-memoriam/ or to Tejano Center for Community Concerns at 5300 Sunrise Road, Houston, TX 77021, attention Oscar J. Garcia, Garcia0@tejanocenter.org.

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It was an honor to have worked with and known you Kim. Via Con Dios my Amiga.

Wayne Longmire , Pasadena, TX

Candle tribute lit by Charlene Bustamante — Texas

Kim and I have worked together at CPS for over twenty years. She was always there to help in anytime of need. When things were stressful she would find a way to put a smile on your face and help you keep moving. I will always cherish her friendship and love for helping families and children. Until we meet again friend may she rest in peace with God.

Charlene Bustamante , Houston , TX

A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. The family will continue to be in my prayers.

Demetrius Zeno, Houston, Texas

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Kim and I worked together in INTAKE. She was very knowledgeable and had a way of getting a turnip to talk! She was definitely not a morning person. Kim enjoyed life and lived it to the fullest. I am so glad to have many fond memories of her. My condolences to her family.

Artie Hughes, Houston, TX

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I am going to miss Kim so much. She was a good friend and always AWESOME in a crisis. She got me through many a difficult time with her humor, advice, and no-nonsense attitude--sometimes, she would just simply say...GET OVER IT...and I would! She was just a text or phone call away and always willing to listen and help. She was always cracking a joke or saying something crazy and always had an opinion she was willing to share! She was THE LIFE of every happy hour! I can't believe she is gone, but I believe she is with God and I will see her again! My condolences to all her friends and family who loved her. She will be greatly missed.

Shannon Manning, Houston, TX


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