Kimberly Renee' Mussman was born April 9, 1971, in Houston, TX, to Louie Dean and Patsy Ann (Smith-Veselka) Mussman and passed away unexpectedly at her home in Enid on April 23, 2020.
Kim lived in Guymon, OK, and moved to Enid in 1998 where she was the Assistant Media Director for World Harvest Church.
During her early years in Enid, she worked for Lowe's Home Improvement and then PEGASYS Community TV, until she went to full-time at the church. Over the years of serving at the church, Kimberly was involved in pretty much every area of ministry, from working in the media department, leading a Group, helping in the Youth Ministry, being a vital part of the Women's ministry, to doing anything that was needed. She exemplified the words of Jesus, when he said he came not to be served but to serve. She loved connecting with people and just being a friend. She was incredibly loyal and faithful to the church, to the people around her and to her responsibilities.
Kim is survived by her mother Patsy Mussman of Moore, OK, sister Tamra Mussman of Oklahoma City, numerous other family members, and all of her church family.
Condolences may be made online at www.ladusauevans.com.
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