Kimberly Huisman (Nee Moore) Obituary – Death

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Kimberly Huisman (Nee Moore) Obituary – Death

The death of Kimberly Huisman has left a devastating effect on her Husband, her family, friends and loved ones. Huisman passed away on September 3, 2021. This is such a sad and difficult time for the family and loved ones Huisman has left behind. She was married to Drew Huisman  with whom she had 2 children before her demise.

She is survived by her husband, two children as well as her parents, siblings, nieces, and nephews.

Cause of death

On the 3rd of September, 2021, Kimberly and her family welcomed their second child together, but few hours later, Kimberly passed on from childbirth complications.

Funeral arrangement

The family is still trying to come to terms with the sad and irreversible loss. There is no news yet concerning funeral arrangements or visitation time. Nothing prepares a person for the loss of a loved one and so at a dire time like this, we extend our warmest condolences to the family of the deceased.

Tributes / Condolences

Family, friends and loved ones have taken to their social media platforms to pour out their heartfelt condolences:

Mary Larson
I just learned that my friend and our classmate, Kimberly Huisman (her maiden name was Moore), passed away yesterday just five days after giving birth to her second child. She leaves behind her husband and two children as well as her parents, siblings, nieces, and nephews.

Friends and colleagues of Drew “Belt Railway Company of Chicago” have rallied round the family by creating a GoFundMe account to help raise funds for the burial expenses and also for the upkeep of the little children left behind.

The GoFundMe caption reads :

“The Belt Railway Company of Chicago created this GoFundMe to support our family member and friend, Drew Huisman during this profoundly difficult time.
On September 3, 2021, Drew and wife Kimberly welcomed their second child together.
Shortly after, the Huisman family experienced an incomprehensible loss and heartache with the passing of dear Kimberly.
Our hearts are filled with sorrow for the Huisman family, and we are here to offer our support during this time.
The funds collected will help alleviate immediate expenses and provide for the children of Kimberly and Drew.
We appreciate your contributions however big or small. We also know not everyone can offer a monetary donation – we ask for your thoughts and prayers as the Huisman’s grieve the loss of their Kimberly.
The General Office Building at the BRC will also accept non-monetary donations for the Huisman children (diapers, clothing, etc)…”