Funeral Service for Kimya L. Malloy will be held 2:30 p.m. Sunday, January 6, 2019, at Purcell Funeral Home, Laurinburg. Burial will follow in the Hillside Memorial Park. Viewing and visitation will be held one hour prior to service. Services are entrusted to Purcell Funeral Home, Laurinburg.
Ms. Kimya L. Malloy answered her Master’s call on New Year’s Eve December 31, 2018. She was the daughter of the proud parents Willie R. Campbell and the late Larry Darnell Willis born on July 15, 1979, in Scotland County.
Kimya, better known as Kimmie, attended and graduated from Scotland High School in 1997. She later attended and graduated from Fayetteville State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech. Kimmie was employed by Village Pediatric Speech as a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant. She specialized in Augmentative Alternative Communication/Assistive Technology, Receptive and Expressive Language, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Articulation, and Fluency. Kimya loved and enjoyed working with her children and staff.
Kimya was a past member of Freedom Temple Baptist Church, after moving to Fayetteville, she did not affiliate herself with another church. She knew God at an early age and was an active member before moving to Fayetteville, NC. She was a very outgoing person until her health failed. After fighting a long battle, she was ready to be with her heavenly father. Kimya fought a good fight and she kept the faith now a crown is awaiting her and a new body in store for her. Now that the race has been won, she passes the mantle to her survivors to take the mantle and move forward in Jesus Christ.
Kimya is survived by her daughter, Anirra Wilson of Fayetteville, NC; her mother Willie R. Campbell of Laurinburg, NC; four sisters, Miesha Malloy, and Farrah Bethea, of Laurinburg, NC, Tammey Willis of Lumberton, NC, and Farrah Monroe of Dillon, SC; Six brothers, Kevin D. Malloy of Lillington, NC, Mark (Shonda) Campbell of Laurinburg, NC, Felipe McRae of Fayetteville, NC, Ernest Campbell and Lee (Sabrina) Campbell of Charlotte, NC, and Larry D. Monroe; seven aunts, Shirley Tillman of Freeport, NY, Lillie B. (John) Davis, Linda Sue Barnes, Marie (Robert) Washington, Lillie McLean, and Annie (Charles) Bethea all of Laurinburg, NC, and Betty Ruth Campbell of Gibson, NC; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends; a close friend Michael Thomas, and a very special dearest friend who was with her until the end, Ms. Corey (Corey Ann) Davis.