Kimberly Dawn Moss maiden name Kimberly Dawn Annuzzi was born on May 10th 1966 to John & Edie Annuzzi of Stamford CT. Kim passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on April 1st at Danbury Hospital after a yearlong fight with Colon Cancer. She is survived by her loving husband Glen, her two children Stephen and Stephanie, her granddaughter Emma, her Mother Edie, Mother in-law Jean, brother John Annuzzi, brothers in-law Doug Moss and Clint Dally, her sisters in-law Nancy Dally, Terrie Annuzzi and Sandy Moss as well as her 8 nephews David, Justin, John, Doug, CJ, Michael, David and Christopher.
Kim was born and raised in Stamford CT where she made a name for herself as a standout athlete more specifically playing her favorite sport of softball. She was married to Glen on June 18th 1988 where they made a life for themselves in Brookfield CT. Kim was an active member in the community as her children went through the school system constantly involved in the local sports programs as well as assisting in school functions and the community as a whole. When her kids grew up, she went to work at Hudson Machine Works where she was Vice President/owner and ran the Human Resource department, she was an invaluable member of the team and the company’s success. Kim loved golfing at her two clubs (Trump National Westchester & Ridgewood CC Danbury), photography on occasion especially at all of our sporting events, she enjoyed her motorcycle, her jeep nicknamed Ruby, her loving four legged mups (puppies) Bailey Beamer Bentley Rover & Blaze. She always enjoyed spending as much time with her family as possible and the occasional glass of wine at happy hour with her cherished friends.
Even though Kim lost her battle to Colon cancer she was an 11-year Breast Cancer survivor and was very active with the breast cancer awareness foundation as well as charities to support the race for the cure.
Kim was a true warrior, a beacon of strength to her friends and family right to the very end. She was adored by all and carried an immediate impact on whomever she met. Anyone who knew her knew she was a kind hearted, gentle and genuine person. She wore many hats and she wore them all with poise, honor and love which truly was an inspiration to us all. She was an adored daughter, loving wife, tremendous friend, and the absolute best mother and grandmother to her babies. She will be missed dearly by all but it isn’t goodbye as her memory will live on in those she knew and touched throughout her extraordinary life.
It is with a heavy heart we must postpone any ceremony to celebrate her life until it is safe to do so due to the current country pandemic going on. Kim will be buried Monday April 6th at 1:30pm at Wooster Cemetery 20 Ellsworth Ave, Danbury, CT 06810. If you wish to pay your respects, we ask you please show up to cemetery starting after 3pm on Monday as to give the family some time to mourn in a safe environment.
When it is safe to do so the family will hold a ceremony honoring her memory so we can all remember this incredible woman we all loved and cherished so dearly.
We ask in lieu of flowers or other condolences you please make a donation to the team that fought so hard to give us the little time we had left with her. https://www.danburyhospital.org/support-danbury-hospital/ways-to-give/tribute-giving in memory of Kimberly Moss designation Oncology Department.
From the bottom of our hearts we thank everyone especially the ones closest to Kim for the ongoing love and support she received in her final days. She fought an incredible fight and it wouldn’t have been possible without those dearest to her.
She will be missed dearly by all, but never forgotten. In loving memory of Kimberly Dawn Moss
May 10th 1966 - April 1st 2020.
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened” - Dr Seuss
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