Since moving here as a young teacher, Miss Kimball
immersed herself in the community and was involved throughout the years in numerous ways.As well as, teaching 26 years at Rockland's South School
also gave private piano lessons at her
home.She served many years as pianist at the former Pratt Memorial Methodist Church, Rockland and more than 15 years as pianist at Peoples Methodist Church, South Thomaston, until her death.
For a time, she
also served in that capacity at Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church, Rockland.Even after retiring, Miss Kimball
often provided piano accompaniment for many school functions, and often played at the Methodist Conference Home.She
regularly attended Bay Chamber Concerts and was planning on attending a concert at Rockland Congregational Church last Sunday.For several years she enjoyed working at the Toy Library, Rockland and worked there the Friday prior to her death.She was a longtime active member of the Nu Chapter Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honorary women's teaching group; the Shakespeare Society; and Knox County Retired Teachers Association.
passing, many friends and family members have remembered Miss Kimball's
constant positive attitude, her
love of a good laugh, her
willingness to go at any time and her
desire to help those in need.Miss Kimball
was pre-deceased by her siblings, Ruth Kimball, Marjorie Kimball Brooks, John Kimball and Charles Kimball; a nephew, Gregg Kimball; and a niece, Edith Kimball Doane Lane.