Kim Helena Enlow, age 52 of Bronx, New York passed away through this earth and into her heavenly home early Sunday morning on December 20, 2020 at her home in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Kim Enlow was born November 4, 1968 . She was the daughter of the late Earl Hubert Killebrew and Marie Lucille Killebrew of Bronx New York. After the early loss of her mother, she found comfort and parental figures in her uncle Arthur Kellebrew and his wife Martha Kellebrew, along with their son Hollis as a brother.
Kim received her education from Port Richmond high school in Staten Island , New York. Where she then showed her raider pride by becoming an esteemed track runner and gymnast for the school. Her talents were endless.
During her life she was determined to change the lives of at-risk youth. Kim did this by devoting her entire career to nurturing and developing young minds. She had many titles in this field but her favorite title was that of an advocate.
Kim had an infectious laugh , along with a bright and warm personality , which lit up any room she entered. She was extremely witty and clever. Her gift of gab gave her the ability to connect with many people regardless of language barriers. Those that have met her can attest to her strength , love, and loyalty. With Kim a budding friendship would indeed lead to family ties. She deeply loved being around her family and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Kim had a tremendous love for music. Some of her favorite genres included Gospel, Hip Hop, R&B, and Reggae. Her hobbies included but weren’t limited to gardening, shopping, home improvement, photography and watching her beloved giants play football.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, William Paul Peterson.
She is survived by her husband Anthony Enlow ; her children Chavon Earlycutt (Justin Earlycutt), Jeffrey Tyndale, Anthony Enlow, and Cortney Killebrew; her grandchildren: William Robinson Jr, and Tayah Earlycutt; her siblings James Christopher Johnson, John Andrew Johnson, Marie Denise Johnson, and Earl Hubert Killebrew 2nd. She also leaves to cherish her memory a host of uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins and dear friends.
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