Lilly Kimbell Obituary Death – As a direct consequence of hearing the news of Lilly Kimbell’s passing, the Newks community has been plunged into an overwhelming state of melancholy. During the time that Lilly spent taking part in the training programme offered by The Ranch, she racked up an astounding list of achievements, of which she has every right to be proud.
She was a very desirable prospect in the year 2010, but in the end she decided to play for the University of Georgia instead of another school. “Lilly was a wonderful tennis player and a terrific person,” said Jeremy Fieldsend, CEO and President of the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch. “The John Newcombe Tennis Ranch will miss her tremendously.
” It was a privilege for the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch to have her compete for us as a part of our squad. “Many people will miss her tremendously after she is gone.” The news that she is no longer with us has left a void in our hearts, even though we had nothing but positive things to say about her in every facet of her life.
When we inquired about Lilly with the Academy’s Director, Phil Hendrie, he responded by stating that “Lilly was one of the best team players I have ever seen.” [For example: She was the driving force behind whatever group she joined, and she never missed an opportunity to crack a smile at one of my jokes; we are going to grievously miss having her around.]
She was the driving force behind whatever group she joined, and she never missed an opportunity to crack a smile at one of my jokes. We would like Lilly’s family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time together. Prioritizing one’s family always and indefinitely trumps that of one’s team.