Kimberly LeAnne Cannon

September 16, 1969 - December 24, 2018

09/16/1969 - 12/24/2018

Kimberly L. Cannon, 49, of Powhatan Point, OH died Monday, December 24, 2018 at her home. She was born September 16, 1969 in St. Petersburg, FL a daughter of Vivian Whitehead White and the late Raymond Joseph White, Jr.

Kim was a homemaker and a member of North Cliffe Baptist Church.

Surviving are her mother, Vivian Whitehead White of Springhill, FL; her husband, Jason Cannon of Powhatan Point; a daughter, Kayla (Frank) Cinerar of Tampa, FL; two sisters, Kasey (Ray) Cavanaugh and Kelly Adcox both of Springhill, FL.

As per her wishes, there will not be any visitation or services. Final arrangements at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes – Powhatan Point,OH.

Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warrior Project by going to “TMCFunding.com”

Share your thoughts and memories of Kim with her family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com

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Annette Foley
3 years ago

Kim you will be missed I enjoy all the talks and laughter’s we shared was truly a great friend to Jason you and your family are in my prayers

Uncle Woody
3 years ago

Dear Sis & Family, there is no words for the loss that you have suffered. Bro.

Tammy Isaacson
3 years ago

I just met Kimberly a couple of months ago in a group called “Brantley Gilbert Fanatics”. We both are huge fans of his and we planned to go to a concert of his this coming summer and meet for the very first time.. I could tell how down to earth she was and sweet she was..when she lost everything in the fire I was going to try do everything in my powers to help out her in and her family. I even went to my pastor and asked him to help her out. Kimberly you will be missed by so many but one day we shall see you again..so “Go Rest High On That Mountain and sing ” One Hell Of An Amen for us…ok…

Rosita Rojas
3 years ago

My condolences to the family, what a living and wonderful person you are Kim. You will be missed, I’m honored to have met and worked on the road with you. RIP my friend.

Mary Kulp
3 years ago

Your spirit resonated with mine. I will never forget you, Kim. Rest peacefully. ♥︎

Elaine Trevino
3 years ago

Kim you had a huge heart. You will truly be missed.

Joe pirie
3 years ago

Kimberly you are with your dad again you will never be forgotten rip till we meet again

Elaine
3 years ago

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss. Our Heavenly Father gives us a comforting thought when He tells us that soon our enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” (1 Cor. 15:26) Along with this, God also promises that ones who have died will be able to live again. (John 5:28,29) I hope these encouraging scriptures can bring you some comfort during this very difficult time.

Staci Stanley
3 years ago

So many things to say, so many stories to tell, but the only thing I have to offer right now is a broken heart. I love you and will miss you always. Prayers, lots of love and hugs to the entire family.

Sherril & Brian Maisey
3 years ago

Remembering all the good times visiting family. Especially at Grandma & Granpy Hackett’s house. We sure loved you Kim and you will be greatly missed.