Celebration of Life
Kim Halverson's Residence
Saturday July 9th, 2022
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Kim Marie Halverson Moos
Kim Marie Halverson Moos, age 65, of Spicer, passed away Monday, June 27, at her residence.
A Celebration of Life Service and a Nightingale Tribute to Nurses service will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 9, at her home, 1450 122nd Ave NE, Spicer, Minnesota, 56288.
All who knew Kim are welcome and are asked to please bring a lawn chair. A time of fellowship and light lunch will be served following the service. Arrangements are with Peterson Brothers Funeral Home. www.petersonbrothers.com
Kim was born on August 24, 1956, in Willmar, Minnesota, the daughter of Virgil and Kay (Hood) Halverson. She grew up in Willmar and graduated from Willmar High School in 1974. She moved to St. Louis, Missouri and worked as a LPN in some of the area hospitals. Kim was married to Thomas Moos and they were blessed with one daughter, Heather Ashley Moos. At the age of 50, she returned to school and earned her RN degree. In 2010, Kim returned to the family farm, her peace of heaven on earth, wildlife, oak trees, plants and RUSTY (the pet cardinal). Kim enjoyed being a nurse who practiced good nursing skills for over 44 years to her patients until having to retire in 2020 due to health reasons.
Kim had a good soul, was down to earth and liked the simple life. She enjoyed playing bingo, visiting with friends, reading and plants. She could revive any distressed plant.
She is survived by her daughter, Heather Moos of Willmar; six siblings, Debra Halverson of Spicer, Bryan Halverson of Williamsburg, MO., Karin (and Lindell) Blankenship of Williamsburg, MO., Jeff (and Kelly) Halverson of St. Louis, MO., Shannon Halverson of Jefferson City, MO., Shawn Halverson of Brainard and one brother-in-law, Allan Merrit and friend, Tom (and Jennifer) Moos, besides many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Larry Halverson and one sister, Jody Merrit.
Thinking of Kim today on her celebration of life. She graced us with incredible kindness and strength. She really was special.
Mary Hagert Kubik Jul 9 2022 7:28 PM