Kimberly Beth Even was born in Stamford, Connecticut on January 14, 1971 to Gary and Brenda Dadisman. She grew up at 3217 Comanche Rd in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh.
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She graduated high school from Faith Community Christian School then briefly attended Northeastern Christian Junior College in Villanova, Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Family Life/Child Psychology from Oklahoma Christian University in 1992.
She married Cory Allen Even on July 18, 1992 in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania. They lived briefly in Sheboygan, Wisconsin where she worked as a social worker. They moved to Delavan, Wisconsin in 1994 where she continued as a social worker and a job coach.
On June 14, 1996, Kim and Cory were blessed with Madison Marie Even and, shortly after her birth, Kim transitioned into being a stay-at-home mom. On December 3, 1998, Abigail Noel made her entrance into the Even family.
In 2000, Cory and Kim started CK Recreation Services, Inc. which later became North Shore Property Management. Kim served as the administrator.
Kim’s primary passion was her family and she loved being a wife and mom. She volunteered at the girl’s school, Our Redeemer Lutheran, where she helped organize fund raisers and was a “spelling mom.”
Kim overcame many physical limitations because of her desire to participate in her daughter’s and extended families’ lives and was a favorite among her nieces and nephews. Her physical struggles, however, began much earlier. At 8 she was diagnosed with diabetes and at 16, the doctors predicted that she only had three to five years to live due to a rare kidney disease. However, she was blessed with God’s healing that allowed her to realize her dream of being a wife and a mother. She enjoyed watching her girls grow up into beautiful young women.
While Kim struggled physically most of her life, her struggle intensified the final ten years from several diseases that finally took her on August 10, 2019. The family would like to especially thank the doctors and staff of St. Luke’s Hospital who provided consistent, compassionate and personal care. They took the time to know her as a person and combined who she was with her complicated medical history to care for her well for the past eight years.
Kim is preceded in death by her mother, Brenda Dadisman, and brother-in-law, Jeffrey Naple.
Kim leaves behind to hold her memory dear, her father, Gary Dadisman; husband, Cory Even; her two daughters, Madison Even and Abigail Even; sisters, Bonnie Naple and Deborah Brazell (Darrell) and a host of loved extended family and dear friends.
In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be made to Briggs Road Evangelical Free Church, 4654 Briggs Road, Elkhorn, WI 53121.