Kimberley Jean Davies

June 18, 1957 - June 10, 2021

Funeral Details: Celebration of Life will be held at a later date

 Kim passed peacefully in the early morning of June 10th while in palliative care at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie, Ontario.

Kim was born to Lloyd and Doreen Davies in Barrie, Ontario, where she lived for most of her life, growing her beloved group of family and friends.

She is survived by her son, Stephen Morrison and his wife Jennifer; her grandchildren Spencer, Payton, and Brielle; her sister Leanne; her nieces Sarah and Hannah; and her large group of friends.

A very special thanks to her lifelong friend Marcia, and her son Randy, who were instrumental over the last year of Kim’s life. Thank you also to the wonderful doctors, nurses, and care staff at RVH who cared for Kim throughout her treatments and end of life.

Knowing Kim was always a blessing for she was a kind and giving soul, funny as could be, and loved without bounds. Kim loved nothing more than having a few friends over for a beer, dinner, and a good game of cards.

She was a fierce lover of animals and always had a furry friend in her life, and in heaven she joins her precious schnoodle, Sir Jake, who passed late last year.

Keep her spirit in your hearts by meeting others with compassion, laughing whenever possible, and loving those around you.

Family and close friends will be invited to gather later this year, when restrictions permit, for a celebration of life.

For those who wish to honour her memory, and for those who are able to, the family asks you to donate to the RVH Care Foundation at    or the Humane Society of Canada at

Words of condolence may be left for the family at


13 Condolences
  • Nora Saso
    Posted on: Thursday, June 17, 2021 Reply

    I will remember Kim as a true friend. We go way back to her days on Gunn Street across from the Hessons. Alway joining in on the fun and laughs over the years when Barrie was a small town. I will miss you Kimmer, give Jake a great big hug. ❤️

  • Pat & Larry Treleaven
    Posted on: Thursday, June 17, 2021 Reply

    Larry and I are so shocked and saddened to hear of Kim’s passing. So many years working together and so many fun times away from the office. Whenever I hear “funnel cakes”I think of her and I trailing after the kids at Wonderland so many times and rewarding ourselves with those “f&$#**g” funnel cakes.
    Family was everything to her and I smile thinking of her with her Mom and Dad and of course Jake again.
    Our deepest condolences to you all. She was an incredible lady.

  • Wendy Burke
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    Hung with Kim in our high school years…. always had a lot of great laughs. She didn’t change from that wonderful young girl!

  • Cheryl Lawson
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    Please know that caring thoughts are with you all.I always enjoyed a chat with Kim when our paths crossed ..

  • Debbie Stevenson
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    I’m so sorry that Kim wasn’t well and that her life was cut short. I can still remember her pranking Leanne and I. Got us every time too! R.I.P. Kim. Fly with the Angels.

  • Susan Nahorney
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    Sorry for your loss

  • Marly And Cliff Clark
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    Kim was a very special niece us. We shared many of the same interests, one being her love for animals. We will miss her dearly. Rest In Peace our dear sweet Kim.
    Love Aunt Mar and Uncle Cliff💜

  • Elizabeth Coleman
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    Kimmer you and I had so many laughs, did crazy nutty silly things. We also shared many serious conversations, lifted up each other’s spirits and we also had our moments for sure. I’m sorry that this past year plus was a painful journey for you 💔😔. I know that you never gave up the fight to the end. Rest easy now, I’m sure that you have a great game of euchre going in heaven 🙏💙❤

  • Brenda Santos
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    I was shocked to read this today. I had no idea that Kim was in the Hospital. She did tell me through a note about her surgery from last year and I wanted to get together with her but she never let me know where she has been living in Barrie. I met Kim when she and Stephen lived down the hall from my son, Chris and I at 2 Kozlov St. Chris and Stephen spent hours together out on the tennis and basketball courts. We had several dinners and lots of drinks together. I’m sadded by her loss. She had so many friends and was so easy to get to know. Stephen I know you’ve been living out west somewhere – just to let you know, Chris and his family are moving to the north Calgary area over the summer and I will also be moving out once they’re settled. Barrie has lost a great person. She will be terribly missed by so many. Hugs to her sister Leanna and to Stephen and your children. My thoughts are with you. Rest in Peace Kim !

  • Tammy Stadt
    Posted on: Friday, June 18, 2021 Reply

    I have fond memories of chats with Kim during her time at the BCHC. Kim reached out to check-in on how I was doing despite her own health challenges. She will be missed.

  • Erma Walton
    Posted on: Saturday, June 19, 2021 Reply

    So saddened in reading of Kim’s passing. – great girl. We met at BCHC. Many laughs together. Rest in peace!.

  • Anne Walasek
    Posted on: Sunday, June 20, 2021 Reply

    Kim is greatly missed. She and I spent literally thousands of hours walking our dogs together. She was a very good friend.

  • Rosemary Dumond
    Posted on: Thursday, June 24, 2021 Reply

    Stephen, I’m so sorry to hear about ur mom, we messaged back & forth & were looking forward to a get together when Covid was over. Thank God she’s no longer in any discomfort.
    Hugs ❌⭕️

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