Kimberly Annette Arthur Smith

March 28, 1973 - February 27, 2009

Kimberly Annette Arthur Smith

March 28, 1973 - February 27, 2009


Kimberly Annette Arthur-Smith died tragically with her husband Matthew in a house fire at their home in Broken Arrow Friday the 27th. Kimberly was born March 28, 1973. She was a graduate of Union High School and attended Phillips University for four years. She then spent a year at the Univ. of Queens in Australia. She is survived by her parents, Geoff & Lynda Arthur of Tulsa; one brother, Christopher Arthur; sister, Robyn & husband Todd Decoster; grandmother, Allie Honeycutt; father-in-law, Wendell Smith. She was preceded in death by; grandparents, James Honeycutt; W.K. and Dotti Arthur. Kimberly and Matthew were both animal lovers and the family requests that donations be made in their memory to: The Human Society of Tulsa. A memorial service will be held 2:00 pm Thus. March 5, 2009 at the Butler-Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel.

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4 responses to Kimberly Annette Arthur Smith

  1. I want to express my deepest sympathies to the Arthur family. I grew up with Kim, and even though we'd lost touch over the years, I've thought of her often…every time I drive the street she lived on in my neighborhood. I can't express how sorry I am for you loss. Kim was a wonderful person and I'm sure will be missed by many. Please know that you are all in my prayers. Shannon

  2. Linda and Geoff, I can't imagine the pain you are going through, but I want you to know you are in my thoughts and prayers. I'm sorry I missed the service; I heard it was beautiful. All these memories of us as kids have come rushing back. Please know I'm praying for you and your family, and am heartbroken for everyone's loss. Shannon

  3. How do you talk about the most perfect friend you have ever had.The best time in my life was when she was in it. She made me be the best I could be always. I let her get away from me for a few years and now I've lost her.That I can never forgive myself. I have a picture on my dresser of Kim hugging my beloved dog, her beautiful brwon eyes looking up at me and that big smile reminding me of a great time,and the love and friendship I had.I will never let that go from my heart. I know this trip is short on this life, and I really think we go on to a better place. I hope I get another chance to be with her.It is what will keep me going for now. Knowing I will be in her love again.I hope her wonderful family finds comfort in that also. I love you all like you were my own. My thougts are with you all, daily. If you need anything please let me know. I love you always. Patti

  4. John Lyons says:

    Kim meant so much to so many. I will forever miss her personality and that smile. You are always with us.

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