May 8, 1975 - December 13, 2021
Kim Tracey Oliver was born on May 8, 1975, in Brooklyn, New York to the late Charles Frank Oliver and Carole Ann Cherry. Kim died on Monday, December 13, 2021, at the age of 46 at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was the youngest of three children to the late Carole Ann Cherry: Anthony Levi Livingston and Lynne Livingston. Kim was preceded in death by her parents Charles F. Oliver and Carole Ann Cherry, and brother Anthony Levi Livingston. She is survived by her son Jason Lindsey; sister Lynne Livingston; two nephews Anthony and Kenneth Livingston; uncle John W. Cherry and a host of cousins and friends. Kim grew up in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from Brooklyn Tech High School in 1993 and continued her education at Helene Fuld College of Nursing where she acquired her nursing degree. Kim filled many roles throughout her nursing career. Her co-workers and patients often expressed what a supportive Nurse Manager and passionate nurse she was. This excellence was expressed not only towards her patients but also towards her friends and family. Whenever someone had a problem medically or any health issues, Kim was always willing and able to help using her knowledge and expertise. She was a leader, full of positive affirmations that she willingly shared and encouraged others. Kim was a nurse and friend that will always be remembered. Kim had a deep love for her heavenly father, Jehovah, and for spiritual things. She was baptized as one of Jehovah's Witnesses on September 3, 2005. Through her toughest times, she always knew that Jehovah would always be with her and help her in her time of need. She enjoyed her ministry and emphasized the importance of it. She would often send scriptures, articles, videos, and magazines to her friends and family. She always wanted to share the encouragement that she received from reading and watching these with others. She often did the same with many of her patients. Seeing the challenges her patients were experiencing, inspired her to share with them something that would give them real hope. A hope that she strongly believed in. Kim has one son, Jason Omar Lindsey, who she loved dearly. She taught him at a very early age the truth from the Bible and the benefits of adhering to its laws and principles. Her instructions and guidance on spiritual things are reflected in his love for Jehovah and his excellent example as a young man. Kim also expressed the importance of having a strong educational foundation for her son. She set high standards for Jason to achieve which is evident when you meet and converse with him or hear about his academic progress since early childhood. Kim knew and understood from her upbringing, that Jason needed a community of love and support, and she made that possible for him. She was very proud of him and often expressed her feelings. Kim was also very funny and loved to sing. She would see the humor in serious situations and make you laugh until your belly ached! You were always one step away from a giggle or laugh when Kim was nearby. Kim would also sing all the time. If you were ever around her, you would always hear her sweetly singing a beautiful tune. She even once recorded a song. She was also loving and sweet, seeing the good and great in people. You could always get an uplifting word from her, along with a big, beautiful smile. Kim was one-of-a-kind, and she will be dearly missed.
Kim Tracey Oliver was born on May 8, 1975, in Brooklyn, New York to the late Charles Frank Oliver and Carole Ann Cherry. Kim died on Monday, December 13, 2021, at the age of 46 at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.... View Obituary & Service Information
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