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Kimberley (Mokeler) Barry

Kimberley Barry
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  Of Revere, passed away peacefully at Brigham and Women’s Hospital on October 29 due to cardiac complications.  Kimberley was 46 years old.

   Kimberley is lovingly survived by her parents Michael Mokeler and Susan (DiPasquale) Mokeler of North Andover.  Kimberley also leaves behind her beloved son Nicholas Barry.  She also is survived by her sister Kristen Winam and brother-in-law Jon Winam of North Andover; niece Sophia Winam; as well as many treasured extended family members and friends.

   Kimberley graduated from Revere High School in 1994.  She graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with distinction in 1998.  She was also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and the Golden Key National Honor Society.

   Kimberley worked for Shaw’s primarily in Revere for a number of years.  She loved working with people and being social.  She most recently worked at Mystic Valley Elder Services in Malden where she continued to help others.

   Kimberley had a big heart and filled her life with her family.  She greatly enjoyed being around all the children in the family and was always thinking of them.  Kimberley loved to shop!  She could always find something she “needed” and an excuse to go shopping.  Throughout her life, Kimberley loved her time dancing, especially her adult tap class. Lastly, Kimberley loved to be a part of a good conversation.

   Kimberley will forever be lovingly remembered for her strength, bravery, and fierce independence.  She never let her heart define who she was.

   Visiting hours will be held on November 4th, at the Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, Revere. Interment was private.

   In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Kimberley’s memory to The Adult Congenital Heart Association, 280 North Providence Road, Suite 6, Media, PA 19063

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