Kim Novak

Obituary of Kim Novak

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Kim Louise Novak passed away at Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at the age of 52 years.

Kim was born and raised in Lloydminster and area. She worked in various locations in Lloyd and her glowing personality was touched by many. A quick grocery shop would turn into an hour. She was always happy to stop and chat as she never wanted anyone left out. Kim loved the outdoors, camping with family, swimming the days away and laughing around  the evening fire under the stars. Kim will be missed by many for her love and light. Kim has her wings and now she is our "Angel". Until next time fly high and free, we miss you so, but we know you're free!

Kim leaves to mourn her passing: siblings, Brian Barcham (Sandra Penny), Loreen Lamb and Anita (Lawrence) Kuzek; nieces and nephews, Kirk Barcham, Miranda Barcham, Dallan Lamb, Jared Lamb, Brenden Kuzek, Ashley Kuzek and Brett Kuzek; and numerous family and friends. 

Kim was predeceased by: parents Martin and Blanche Novak; and brother, Doug Barcham (1973).

A Celebration of Life in memory of Kim will be held this summer.  

Donations in memory of Kim may be made to Lloydminster & District SPCA  or donor's charity of choice.

She is in the sun, the wind, the rain,
she's in the air you breathe with every breathe you take. 
She sings a song of hope and cheer, 
there's no more pain no more fear. 
You'll see her in the clouds above, 
you'll be together before long, 
until then, listen for her song. 

A Memorial Tree was planted for Kim
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at McCaw Funeral Service
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Kim Novak

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Kim Novak

1969 - 2022

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