Kimberly Kaye Noyes of Watonga, Oklahoma passed away on December 6, 2021 at the Oklahoma University Medical Center in Oklahoma City after a losing a short, but deadly battle with cancer. Kim was born on August 3rd, 1967 and was immediately adopted by her two loving parents, Charles and Mary Noyes of Watonga, Oklahoma and became the little sister of her brother, Kelly Noyes. Kim and her family moved to Bristow, Oklahoma in 1973 where she graduated Bristow High School in 1985. During her schools years she was active in the Future Farmers of America program where she showed award winning lambs. After graduation, Kim briefly attended Oklahoma State University but then opted to go into the workforce. She later moved from Stillwater, Oklahoma, to Fairfax, Oklahoma and then settling back to her original hometown of Watonga in 1996. Among the various jobs she held over the years, her time as an Emergency First Responder for the Watonga EMS Ambulance service was very fulfilling for her as she helped many people who were in need of ambulance services. Chronic problems with her knees forced Kim to give up her job and prompted her to go back to college in 2007 at Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma where she graduated with a Bachelors degree in History and a Masters degree in Museum Sciences. Kim was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Noyes of Bristow, OK. Kim is survived by her older brother, Kelly Noyes, and her father, Charles Noyes, both of Bristow, Oklahoma and her two beloved german shepherd dogs.
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