By | October 15, 2020
Tom Kimball death-obituary

Tom Kimball cause of death – Tom Kimball dead : obituary – tributes

  • Date of death: October 14, 2020
  • Age: -year-old
  • Cause of death: suicide

How did Tom Kimball die?

Tom Kimball has sadly passed away. According to reports, he committed suicide and his family and loved ones are mourning the loss of a treasured man.

Tom Kimball Obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe page

The family are yet to make public the obituary and funeral arrangements.

We are unable to confirm if a GoFundMe was created by the family/friends of the deceased at the time of this publication.

This post will be updated with more information as they are made available and public.

Tom Kimball tributes

Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, kind words and prayer.

Our best wishes and love to the deceased’s family and friends.

Mormon History Association wrote;

With heavy heart, we share the tragic news of the death of Tom Kimball, a longtime MHA member and previous board member. As caretaker of the Kirtland Temple, Tom recently proposed an MHA conference in Kirtland and committed to being a local arrangements committee chair there.

Gary Boatright Jr. wrote;

This is heartbreaking! I’ve known Tom for 20 years. He gave me private tour of the Kirtland Temple – one of the most memorable experiences of my life! Tom took my Twitter profile picture as we experienced the temple tower. Thoughts & prayers to his family.

Doog AF @AuntMarvel wrote;

It is a bad time to be in FB jail with the news about Tom Kimball. I am sure lots of folks are reeling. If you’re someone who struggling with this news, I’m around.

TW: sui

For folks who want the minimum info: Tom was a common face in Mormon studies. It was recently discovered that he was under investigation for violent sexual crimes, some dating back decades. He has died by suicide.

Jennifer @jenniferpelota wrote;

Unbelievably heartbroken by the Tom Kimball news. This is my sixteenth good friend I’ve lost to suicide. SIXTEENTH.

Not just acquaintance. Not just friend. Somebody with whom I’ve spent many evenings laughing and grieving and discussing matters of faith.

Can we please try to normalize that people are complex? That we all have good sides and bad sides? That we all do so much good in the world as well as so much evil? And can we celebrate stories of redemption instead of insisting on cancel culture? THIS is suicide prevention.

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