Kimberley Hilgemeier Smith

November 25, 1986 - April 27, 2022

Kimberley Anne Hilgemeier Smith, 35, of Silsbee, died Wednesday, April 27, 2022.  She was born on November 25, 1986, in Beaumont, to Glenda Harris Hilgemeier and Dale Lynn Hilgemeier.

From the moment Kimberley was born, it was evident that she had a special personality.  She made everyone feel welcomed and loved.  She spent most of her time helping others, and she never thought twice about it.  Her pride and joy were her husband, Jason and son, Carter.  She prioritized her family above everything.  She loved her community and enjoyed working and serving in Silsbee ISD.  She will truly be missed.

Survivors include her husband, Jason Smith; son, Carter Smith; parents, Glenda and Dale Hilgemeier of Buna; siblings, Kevin Hilgemeier of Beaumont and Kristin Schiesler and her husband, Kirk, Silsbee; nieces and nephews, Emily, Olivia, Luke, Maverick, Mallory, and Darcy; mother-in-love and father-in-love, Lamesa and Nick Smith of Silsbee; brother-in-love, Bryan Smith and his wife, Krysten, of Sour Lake; sister-in-love, Jennifer Welker and her husband, Bryan, of Silsbee; grandmothers, Jane Hilgemeier of Boerne and Deloris Harris and Connie Carrier, both of Silsbee; and numerous extended family, friends, and co-workers, present and past.

A gathering of Kimberley’s family and friends will be 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Sunday, May 1, 2022, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.  Her funeral service will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, May 2, 2022, at Broussard’s, with her interment to follow at Withers Family Cemetery, Buna.


Comments (9)

    Debbie Warren says:

    Prayers for all. Sorry for your loss. May God give you peace and love. My thoughts and prayers are will you all. Love you all Deb!❤️

    Crystal Collins says:

    May your precious memories bring you comfort during this difficult time

    Donna Holland says:

    Kimberly you are already missed by so many! I am so thankful to have known you! You were not only beautiful on the outside but the inside as well. I know your in a better place. It’s not a goodbye but see you again soon!

    Lisa Smith says:

    Sending prayers of strength and comfort to family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Silsbee High School - Class of 2001 says:

    Jason & Family,
    We’re so sorry for your loss and praying for peace and comfort in the days ahead.

    In deepest sympathy,
    Silsbee High School – Class of 2001

    Carissa Ortolon says:

    This still doesn’t seem real, but unfortunately it is reality. You were the sister I never had and literally one of my best friends. When I first met Matt and met his family you were the first one to embrace me. From the moment I met you I knew that you were my go to. To know you was to love you. I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do without you…..I love you so much Kim❤️

    Vicki L. says:

    Kim, had I known that Sunrise Service on Easter Sunday would be the last time to hug you and tell you love ya I would have said it a hundred more times. My heart is broken but knowing you are with our Lord and Savior is the shining light above all who grieve for you. You will be missed beyond measure. Until we see each other again, watch over all those who cherish your memory. Love ya, my friend!!

    Ashley Little says:

    Her smile was contagious and she had a warmth about her that was so inviting. You couldn’t help but not to love her. I was honored to call her my friend and to know her as long as I did. She loved her family immensely and was steadfast in her faith. Knowing her love of God, it is reassuring to me that I know I will see Kim again. Until then, rest in peace love, you are gone way too soon.

    Charlotte G Zoch says:

    Such a beautiful spirit, always smiling, gone way to soon.
    Hang on to all the good times and memories, they will see you thru the rough stuff.

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