Kim Marie Dominguez

Kim Marie Dominguez (Canning,) of Almont, MI passed away in the early morning of Friday January 7th, 2022 as a result of pneumonia. Kim was 64 years old.
Kim was born in Garden City, MI on June 2nd, 1957 to Karen (Bond) Canning and John Ross. Kim was the oldest child and she always prided herself on being the most “well-behaved” of her siblings and loved to remind them.
Kim graduated from Garden City High School and attended Ricks College (Now BYU) of Idaho. She attended West Shore Community College later in life, and became a Certified First Responder.
Kim spent many years working for the State Census, but during her last years in the work-force, she worked as a Home Caregiver for elderly patients. She found her purpose in helping others and providing comfort to ill clients.
Kim was a people person, she loved to make new friends. One of her greatest passions was watching the Detroit Lions play. Another was singing, she would often tell stories of her time in a choir and spent so much time singing to her daughters and granddaughters as she rocked them.
Kim was an avid supporter of the Democratic Party, she donated to them monthly. As a young mother she would take her children to rallies to hand out flyers, volunteer her time to drive voters to the polls and helped to start up a campaign office in Royal Oak, MI for the 2016 election.
Kim was loved by many during her 64 years, she leaves us with so many beautiful memories. She had an incomparable warmth to her, would give you the shirt off your back, a hug, whatever you needed. She will be deeply missed.
Kim was preceded in death by her parents, Karen Loy (Bond,) and Ronald Edwin Canning.
Kim is survived by her daughters, Kia Dominguez and Kaitlin (Joe Cale) Dominguez, her grand-daughters, Liliana Maclean, Jolene Cale and Luna Maclean, her siblings. Kendra Sparks (Canning,) Ronald (Stacey) Canning, Kelly Canning, Russ (Carolyn) Canning and Randy (Toni) Tuttle and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

There will be no visitation nor viewing. The family will be planning a celebration of life with information forthcoming. Kim will be cremated and her ashes will be spread in two of her favorite places, the ocean and Lake Michigan.

Special thanks to Henry Ford Macomb Hospital’s ICU for caring for Kim during her last days and for bringing her comfort and peace, also to Kim’s sister, Kendra Sparks, for remaining by her side as she passed and offering support to Kia and Kaitlin during this difficult time.

“And I know you’re shining down on me from heaven,
Like so many friends we’ve lost along the way.
And I know eventually we’ll be together,
One sweet day.”
– One Sweet Day, Boyz II Men and Mariah Carey

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  1. She was a beautiful soul. We love her and we will miss her deeply.

  2. Connie Robinson

    I was so sorry to hear about Kim’s passing. Sending Hugs, Prayers and love to the family.

  3. She was such a vibrant person who would always express her feelings. My prayers go out to her family. May she party in heaven with those who went before her.

  4. Always In My Heart. Love Her like A Sister! She will be missed. ❤

  5. Vicky Turner R & J Resort

    Your smiles and joy will live on through us all Kimmy. My condolences to the family, as she shines down on you all. You Are loved and will be missed by many. May Peace be with us all my dear friend.

  6. Sorry to hear of Kim passing…she was a fun person..many memories of and hugs to the family.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with Kim’s immediate and extended family. Although miles and years have separated us, family bonds remain. Kim was a wonderful story teller of times when we were growing up and those memories will be treasured.

  8. What a fun cousin she was to be with. Always had a story to tell and just fun to be with. A beautiful person, inside and out. She will be missed greatly. She surrounded her children and grandchildren with love that will never go away. Sing on, Kim…

  9. Judy (Gragg) Arena

    My condolences to you and your family. I went to high school with Kim. She was always happy and smiling. You always remember a smile.

  10. No matter how many years separated us whenever I would see her the hugs were nonstop. Sorry sibling’s but she was had everyone of your best qualities rolled into one and she knew it. My condolences to the family. She will be missed

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