Kimberly Monique Boyd was born on November 11, 1971, in East Saint Louis, Illinois to Manuella Boyd and Joseph Boyd. She was the only child born to this union, but she was Manuella Boyd’s youngest child and only daughter. Her father preceded her in death.
Kimberly confessed the Lord Jesus Christ at an early age and was baptized at Soul Saving M.B. Church by the late Rev. Frank Johnson, Jr. Kimberly came from a close-knit family; they had lots of love for God and each other. The family served God together at Soul Saving Missionary Baptist Church and Unity Fellowship M.B. Church. Kimberly was active in the youth choir. Later in life, Kimberly changed her membership to Unity Fellowship M.B. Church, where the late Rev. Charles Williams was the Pastor.
Kimberly was educated through the Chicago Public School System, while at Nash Elementary School she attended Sammy Dyson Dancing School to learn jazz, tap, and acrobatic dancing, as well as modeling. Not only was she active in the arts, but she also loved being a cheerleader at Nash. After grammar school, Kimberly attended John Marshall High School and Richards High School. Kimberly was recently taking business courses in hopes to start her own food truck business.
“A TIME TO LOVE...A TIME FOR LOSS”
Kimberly met Roderick Alton Williams, Sr., at a young age, and they had Roderick Dameon Williams, Jr., her only child. She referred to her son as “Mister.” They had a very close, loving relationship. Roderick, Sr., preceded her in death.
Kim was affectionately known as Mama Kim, Te-Te, and the one and only Mz Fancy.