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Kim R. Smith, age 63, of Mission Hill, South Dakota, was recently diagnosed with AIDP.  While hospitalized she contracted pneumonia and passed away Friday, February 4, 2022, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, South Dakota. Kim’s wish was to have her body donated to the USD School of Medicine in Vermillion, South Dakota.  A service will be held at a later date.  Arrangements are under the direction of the Wintz & Ray Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Yankton. Kim Smith was born February 8, 1958, in Yankton, South Dakota, to Jack and Sharon (Boom) Smith.  She grew up and attended school in Yankton.  She traveled the country, working various jobs for a few years until returning to Yankton. She married Chuck Frick in 1978 and together had one son, Christopher.  Kim wasn’t afraid to work in male dominated jobs including attaining her CDL, welding and road construction, driving the packer among other various jobs. Kim was very artsy, she enjoyed making jewelry, singing and collecting all sorts of weird things, her talents knew no boundaries.  She enjoyed her flowers, working in her garden and all of her animals.  She was a smart, eccentric woman who would protect her family above everything else and would do anything for anyone.  Everyone who knew her loved her wild spirit.  She was a jack of all trades, just like her dad. Survivors include her son, Christopher Frick of Yankton; four grandchildren: Kaleb, Isis, Ayden and Sophi; mother, Sharon Smith of Yankton; three sisters: Brenda (Keith) Haberman of Fordyce, Nebraska; Jacki (Keith) Tramp of Yankton and Traci (Gary) Wurtz of Yankton; many nieces and nephews and very special friend, Ted. She was preceded in death by her father and grandparents.
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