December 28, 1967 - March 3, 2022
**Please send all flowers and other condolence items to the church**
Friday, March 25, 2022
Wake: 10:00 am
Service: 11:00 am
Friday, March 25, 2022
George Washington Cemetery
9500 Riggs Rd
Aldephi, MD 20783
Corinth Baptist Church
814 Cypresstree Drive
Fairmont Heights, MD 20743
Kimberly Yvette Marshall was born on December 28, 1967 In Washington D.C. to parents Herlis and Rona Greene-Marshall at Walter Reed Hospital. She was educated in the private school system in the metropolitan area, beginning with Fort Davis Seventh Day Adventist, and Our Lady Queen of Peace, before attending and graduating from the renowned LaReine Catholic High School in 1988 Summa Cum Laude.
A creative spirit at heart. Kim had a knack and flair for entertainment which led her to becoming one of the first African American women in Washington D.C. to start their own television show. There she interviewed many notable artists and rappers of the early 90’s to include Heavy D, Al b. Sure and the like.
Kim was passionate about people and the importance of manifesting dreams of homeownership. In the early 2000’s she began Real Estate School. She was blessed to join Global Advantage Realty, becoming licensed in both D.C. and Maryland.
Known as the consummate “peacemaker” she was a very kind person who had a heart for philanthropy for which she received several commendations and awards. While she was an exceptional business woman, Kim was also renowned for her taste in music, interior design and love of travel.
Kim always had a very soft side for her two nephews who were her heart. Kim was truly a beautiful person on the inside and out.
In humbly submission to God's perfect will, on March 3, 2022 with peace in her heart, God stretched forth his almighty hand and Kim slipped away into that sweet by and by.
She was the best daughter, sister, aunt and friend to those that knew her. While she is severely missed, her legacy of generosity, Intelligence, kindness, humor and unending love will live on by all who were blessed to be touched by her spirit.
She leaves to cherish her memories: mother Rona Haley, father, Donald Curtis, sister Michelle Marshall–Durden, aunts Renee Porter, and Veronica Mack, cousins Carey Porter, Dr. Terrence Porter Jr. and Tracey Haley. Two brother-in-laws, Darby Clark II, and Rodrecus Durden Sr.
Most importantly her nephews whom she loved more than life itself, Darby Marshall-Clark III, and Rodrecus Durden, Jr.
She was very blessed to have a plethora of friends and extended family that are too great to mention.