Kambie Perkins Obituary, Death – Kambie Perkins, Kentucky Girls Basketball Coach Kambie Perkins sadly passed away. The people who knew and loved Kambie Perkins throughout his time as a resident of Independence will speak fondly of him in the years to come. She has worked hard throughout her life and has earned the right to be laid to rest in the utmost tranquility. May her loved ones and friends find solace in the knowledge that she will continue to look out for them from heaven after she has passed away. Because of their generosity, both our contributor Jessica McMahan and Allison Ballinger Photography were able to give a present to this family that will be treasured for a very long time in the future.
This gift will be a photograph that was taken by Allison Ballinger Photography. It is an honor for both of us that we are given permission to relate our experience with her. The road that Kambie has walked with diligence, grace, and the assistance of God. To my Dear Friend Kambie Perkins. My senior year of high school was drawing to a close, and I had a job at SK helping out in the gymnasium during the sixth period. When I was in high school, I made it a habit to go to the basketball court every day and get in a few shots. One day, a young lady with blonde hair that was curly and frizzy approached me and inquired as to whether or not I would be interested in participating in a game of horse with her. After I assured her that I would, she inquired as to whether or not I would be interested in playing horse with her.
Naturally, Kambie Thomas was the one who was responsible for it. After that, we continued to play horse every single day, and my reactions were “of course” and “lol.” If my recollection serves me correctly, I emerged victorious in the end. After I had graduated from high school, life started to take shape, but the game of basketball made it possible for us to reconnect with one another and stay in touch. She offered her to play for the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) team that she coached since she was aware that my daughter played the game. The AAU is an acronym for the Amateur Athletic Union.
You were such a wonderful buddy, and it is such a tragedy that we had to say goodbye to you so soon after we got to know you. My friend, I pray that you find peace in knowing that you were taken from us far too soon. As we continue, we will keep praying for you and your family, as well as for those of us who are still here here. You will run into me once again, but before that occurs, you have a significant mission to finish: you have to find Hunter Hamilton and tell him how much his loved ones miss him. we adore you, Kambie.