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Kimberly Nicole Coletrain

Sunset: December 23, 2022

Kimberly Nicole Coletrain was born September 3, 1976 in Florence County to Diane Porter and the late Ronald Evans. She entered eternal rest December 24, 2022. Kimberly attended Lake City Elementary School and graduated Lake City High School in 1996. Kimberly married the love of her life Larue Coletrain in February 14, 2001 and from this union they had two beautiful daughters, Breyanna and Teliyah. Kimberly held positions at Burger King and Knight & Gale Home Service. At the time of her death she was employed at Disabilities and Special Need as a Care Giver. Kimberly was a caring person, always caring for others without even knowing them. She always put others first. Kimberly would take time to run laps with her girls and go shopping with mom. She made time to cook and take food to Florence and bless others with fresh fruit and vegetables. Kim was a loving wife and mother. She was always talking about her girls. She was very protective of her mother. When you saw Kim, you would see Aunt Diane. Kim did whatever it took to protect and provide for her family. Family always came first. One thing about Kim that everyone should remember is if you needed it and she could help, she would 100% (EVERYTIME). Kimberly loved the Lord and Kimberly loved her family above and beyond measure. To her husband Larue, they had beautiful years together. She was his soulmate, a friend to talk to and someone who showed him love and care. To her girls –Breyanna and Teliyah, in her home there is a sign that says it all “A Mother’s Love is the Heart of a Family.” Kimberly gave her life to Christ at an early age. She attended Lake City Pentecostal Holiness Church in Lake City, SC, Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church in Florence, SC, and 43rd Generation Ministries at the time of her death.

Kimberly was preceded in death by her father, Ronald Evans Sr; brother, Ronald Porter; maternal grandmother, Clara Bell Porter; paternal grandparents, James and Florence Evans; paternal grandmother-in-law, Pauline Woods. Kimberly leaves to cherish her precious memories; her husband, Larue Coletrain the Third; two daughters: Breyanna Coletrain and Teliyah Coletrain of the home; mother, Diane Porter of Kingstree, SC; three brothers: Ken (Lizzie) Porter of Florence, SC, Brian (Kristie) Evans of Lake City, SC, Ronald (Pamela) Porter of Effingham, SC; four sisters: Renata (Asiah) Kennedy, Demetria (Abraham) Evans and Kai Brand all of Lake City, SC, and Tiffany Burgess of Atlanta, GA; mother-in-law, Brenda Coletrain of Scranton, SC; father-in-law, Reverend Larue Coletrain of Florence, SC; paternal grandmother-in-law, Rosa
Singletary of Florence, SC; brother-in-law, Charles (Kanisha) Coletrain of Lake City, SC; ten uncles: Bobby (Margee) Evans, Hugh (Margarie) Evans, Ricky Evans, Alphus Evans, Willard Evans, Robert (Lisa) Evans, Trorjina Evans, Corey Evans, Ulycess (Amanda) Porter, and Willie Porter; six aunts: Gloria Ann Porter, Diane Evans, Ida (Joe) Burgess, Edna (Joe) James, Elizabeth Evans, and Chanel Porter; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends

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