Kimberly Kay (Kier) "Kim" Ducker

  • Born: June 26, 1949
  • Died: May 2, 2020
  • Location: Battle Creek, Michigan

Farley Estes Dowdle Funeral Home & Cremation Care

105 Capital Ave NE
Battle Creek, MI 49017

Tel. (269) 962-5527

Tribute & Message From The Family

Kimberly K. (Kier) Ducker of Battle Creek, MI

Kim, age 70, died Saturday evening, May 2, 2020 at home with her loving family by her side.

Born in St. Joseph, MO, Kim was the daughter of the late Clifford E. and Louetta N. (Simpson) Kier. Kim grew up as a Navy brat moving around most of her life. In 1969, Kim married Larry M. (Mike) Ducker and began her life as a military spouse. Through the years, Kim worked as a Civil Servant, Ombudsman, Tax Preparer and finally returning to civil service as a Management Analyst at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center, where she retired in 2011.

Kim enjoyed watching movies, eating out, traveling and spending time with her grandkids.

Kim was preceded in death by her husband and parents. She is survived by her son, Joshua W. (Tammy) Ducker of Battle Creek; her daughter, Liberty D. (Jason) Moore of Marshall, MI; five precious grandchildren, Gabrielle Ducker, Lillian Moore, Egan Moore, Noah Ducker and Vivian Moore; and a sister, Krea (Rick) Gregory of Battle Creek.

A private, family burial has been held in Fort Custer National Cemetery, Augusta, MI.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Thoughts and prayers are with you Lib & family.

Posted by Tina Watson - Battle Creek, MI - Acquaintance   May 07, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Kim's passing. She and Mike were ssuch great friends when we were stationed at Oak Harbor. Praying for you and Josh and your families that you will feel God's presence and comfort.

Posted by Eileen and Milt Swinford - Bothell, WA - Friend   May 07, 2020

A coworker who became a good friend; told it like she saw it; so proud of her children and grandchildren; leaving a hole in many lives and hearts including mine.

Posted by Linda Marvin - Battle Creek, MI - Friend   May 07, 2020

Liberty, So sorry to hear this. Your mom will be remembered for all the fun and laughter she brought to the workplace; one of my favorites! Prayers to all of you for comfort and strength during this difficult time.

Posted by Cathy Skelding - Battle Creek, MI - Friend   May 05, 2020

Will miss your laughter and dry sense of humor.

Posted by Larry & Judy Somers    May 05, 2020