Kimberly Ann “Kim” Bromberek

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Kimberly Ann “Kim” Bromberek (nee Bosko), 54, at rest October 27, 2019 at her home in Lemont. Born in Chicago and raised in Lemont, Kim was a graduate of Lemont High School and a devoted employee at Ford Motor Credit Co. until she left to dedicate herself  to her family. Kim loved days at the beach, feeling the sun on her face and hearing the peace of the waves. In the winter months she loved spending time with her parents and son in Florida and visiting Mexico with Wes and Adam. Kim could be found at her home in Wisconsin enjoying her summers with friends and family, enjoying a bonfire and cookout. She loved good company, 70’s music, the Chicago Bears, simple pleasures and her son, Adam, the light of her life, heart and soul. Kim was the definition of a true friend and loved beyond all measure. She lived her life with grace, optimism, love and kindness. Beloved wife of Wesley; loving mother of Adam; devoted daughter of Thomas and Patricia Bosko; dearest sister of Jimmy and Michael (Donna) Bosko; dear daughter-in-law of Judith (the late Robert) Bromberek, fond sister-in-law of Michael (Babette) Clare, Wade (Maria) Clare, Matthew (Jennifer) Bromberek, Marie (Lee) Darrow, Rose (Bob) Kale, Ellen (Thomas) Selby and the late Robert (Jo Anne) Bromberek; adored aunt and godmother to many; special friend to hundreds. Visitation Friday November 1, 2019,  from 3-8 P.M., at Gerharz-Cappetta Funeral Home 501 State St., Lemont. Family and friends are asked to meet Saturday for a  9:30 A.M. Funeral Mass at Ss. Cyril & Methodius Church 608 Sobieski St., Lemont. Interment private. Info 630-257-2123 or Complimentary valet parking provided at the funeral home. Additional parking at either St. Alphonsus or St. Patrick Church parking lots.

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  1. Marie (Bromberek) Darrow

    Since the day my brother, Wes, brought Kim into our family, an instant bond was formed and I adored my Sister-in-love! I admired the strength and courage within her and of her fierce loyal devotion to her family. My life is better for knowing Kim and I will miss her so very much. I’m grateful her physical suffering is over, but Kim has touched so very many people in so many different ways, her loss will be felt deeply for a long, long time. I pray those grieving turn to family and friends to find comfort in the love we all shared for this amazing woman!!

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