BRIDGEWATER — Kimberly Jean Weisberg Batchelder, 48, died May 16, 2018, after a lengthy illness.

She was the daughter of Andy and Connie (Cyr) Weisberg. Kimberly grew up in Bridgewater. and attended local schools.

Kim loved to laugh and be with family. She loved to sing karaoke with her best friend Galen Marsh. She loved to take pictures of nature and to capture the beauty of it. Kim was a spiritual being who knew she was meant for a greater purpose. While she was here with us, she shared a great love for horses, family, and friends. Her greatest joys were her grandsons, exploring nature with them, and listening to all the beautiful sounds, especially birds and their songs indicating that spring was coming. She also loved building Lego cities with them and taking them to the park and sledding.

Kimberly was a humble human being with so much love to give. She will be missed by all her family and friends.

She is survived by her parents, Andy and Connie (Cyr) Weisberg of Bridgewater; sons, Troy Normandin and Travis Batchelder of Bristol; daughter Miranda Batchelder of Danbury; grandsons, Parker and Loki; a brother, Michael Weisberg of Bridgewater; and a sister, Jennifer Marsh of Thornton.

A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, May 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Slim Baker Lodge, New Chester Road, Bristol. Friends and family are invited to bring memories and a dish to share.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Live and Let Live Farm, 20 Paradise Lane, Chichester, NH 03258.

Arrangements are under the direction of Emmons Funeral Home of Bristol.

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