Kimberly Watson Cagle
October 23, 1961 -
November 9, 2021

Visitation

November 12, 2021
11 am to 2 pm

Service 

November 12, 2021
2 pm

Interment

November 12, 2021
Obituary

Funeral service for Kimberly Watson Cagle, age 60, of Fayetteville, TN will be conducted on Friday, November 12, 2021, at 2 pm at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Eddie Graves officiating. Burial will follow in Wright’s Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be from 11 am until 2 pm on Friday at Higgins.

Kim was born October 23, 1961, in Marshall County, TN to the late Terry Watson and Carolyn Sue Hasting Watson who survives. Kim was a 1980 graduate of Lincoln County High School and worked as an assembler at Goodman for many years. She was a hard worker, enjoyed spending time with family and friends, and her soul belonged on the beach. Kim was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed; until we meet again. Kim passed away November 9, 2021, at UofL Health-Jewish Hospital in Louisville, KY.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by her son, Jesse Watson (Brooke) Cagle of Fayetteville; sister, Terri Lynne (Kyle) Cross of Lacey Spring, AL; brother, John (Judy) Watson of McBurg; and several nephews.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association, 10 Glenlake Pkwy NE South Tower, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30328 or Fabulous Fifties Foundation, P.O. Box 934, Fayetteville, TN 37334.

Higgins Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Kimberly Watson Cagle.

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16 Comments

  1. CAPTAIN SCOTT SHELTON

    A good friend!!!
    Kim loved to fly and travel.
    I’m glad I was able to let her experience flying a small plane.
    She won’t be forgotten.

    Reply
  2. Van Massey

    We went to school with Kim. She was always sweet and fun loving. We are praying for each of you during this difficult time. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Van and Melissa Massey

    Reply
  3. Becky Nix Bartlett

    I went to school with Kim and have many memories of our times at Boonshill school. She had a wonderful since of humor and an infectious laugh. She loved playing basketball but if you knew her you knew she loved her family and friends deeply. When the school were consolidated and we went to LCHS, we didn’t see each other very much and as the years passed didn’t keep in contact. But every time I ran into her. I always enjoyed catching up. My heart aches for her family and want you all to know how sorry I am for your loss.

    Reply
  4. Lorry Ann Hill Anderton

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Kim was such a sweet person and always enjoyed sports. Mrs. Sue, Terri Lynn and Johnny and the rest of her family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  5. Lynn Sharpe

    So sorry for the loss of a very sweet lady. Lots of memories from when our boys were playing ball at South Lincoln ball park. My heart goes out to Jesse and the rest of family and friends. She was one of a kind, a very special person. RIP my friend. 💔

    Reply
  6. Lori Renegar Burton

    Mrs. Sue, Jesse, & Family , I was so very sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. Kim was a friend, through our kids going to school at Highland Rim until graduation together. I also found out Mrs. Sue and my father(James Renegar) went to school together.Kim was a joy to be around , with her great sense of humor and laughter. She was a sweet person. She will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

    Reply
  7. Dana Sartain

    So sorry for your loss. Worked with Kim and she always had a smile for others. My prayers are with her family.

    Reply
  8. Teresa Lane Fulcher

    Jesse and family, Deepest sympathy to you all at this incredibly difficult time. Kim was strong, compassionate, independent, and had such a fantastic sense of humor. I’ll cherish the memories of our trip to Boston. Jesse, you were very young then. We toured the “freedom trail” through downtown and Kim kept us laughing every step of the way with her observations and sharp insights. I’ll miss her terribly. Prayers of comfort to you all.

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  9. patricia reese

    Prayers for the family – I enjoyed knowing Kim – Patricia Reese

    Reply
  10. Judy Brown

    Kim was such a likable person always trying to make you laugh she will be missed by many.Sweet lady.

    Reply
  11. Betty Koonce

    Kim , your sweet angel and dear friend Tommy is waiting for you at the pearly gates. No more pain. You will be missed!!

    Reply
  12. Katie Womack

    Sorry to hear of the passing of Kim. She was a hard worker & a friend. She was a fun person to be around. She will be missed by many. God bless & comfort her family 🙏❤️

    Reply
  13. Danny Tate

    I want Kim’s family to know how sorry I am for their loss. The family is in my thoughts and prayers. Kim and I went to school together for 12 years and we’re good friends in school. She was a very smart person and had a great personality. I know God will give the family the strength to get through this difficult time of their loss.

    Reply
  14. Connie arnold

    Jessie and Brooke so sorry for your lost prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time Connie arnold

    Reply
  15. Lisa Gault Whitworth

    Me and kim went to scool together when we was senior at lincoln county high school she was very sweet and kind person we had alot of fun. RIP MY FRIEND YOU WILL BE MISSED, God blessed her family my prayers and though are with the family may god give ya’ll comfort during this time.

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  16. Kim McWhirter

    I am so terribly sorry for your pain and loss. I’ve really gotten to know Kim the past 5 years. We just celebrated her 60th birthday at the Grant Summit Cabins. We all loved it there. So beautiful and peaceful. She was a ray of sunshine. Everyone loved her and loved being around her. Her sense of humor was priceless. She could always make you laugh. What a blessing! She will be missed so much. I will be keeping the family and friends of this wonderful lady in my thoughts and prayers. I love you Kim Cagle (Brick) and I will miss you tremendously! Kim McWhirter

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16 Comments

  1. CAPTAIN SCOTT SHELTON

    A good friend!!!
    Kim loved to fly and travel.
    I’m glad I was able to let her experience flying a small plane.
    She won’t be forgotten.

    Reply
  2. Van Massey

    We went to school with Kim. She was always sweet and fun loving. We are praying for each of you during this difficult time. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Van and Melissa Massey

    Reply
  3. Becky Nix Bartlett

    I went to school with Kim and have many memories of our times at Boonshill school. She had a wonderful since of humor and an infectious laugh. She loved playing basketball but if you knew her you knew she loved her family and friends deeply. When the school were consolidated and we went to LCHS, we didn’t see each other very much and as the years passed didn’t keep in contact. But every time I ran into her. I always enjoyed catching up. My heart aches for her family and want you all to know how sorry I am for your loss.

    Reply
  4. Lorry Ann Hill Anderton

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Kim was such a sweet person and always enjoyed sports. Mrs. Sue, Terri Lynn and Johnny and the rest of her family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Reply
  5. Lynn Sharpe

    So sorry for the loss of a very sweet lady. Lots of memories from when our boys were playing ball at South Lincoln ball park. My heart goes out to Jesse and the rest of family and friends. She was one of a kind, a very special person. RIP my friend. 💔

    Reply
  6. Lori Renegar Burton

    Mrs. Sue, Jesse, & Family , I was so very sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. Kim was a friend, through our kids going to school at Highland Rim until graduation together. I also found out Mrs. Sue and my father(James Renegar) went to school together.Kim was a joy to be around , with her great sense of humor and laughter. She was a sweet person. She will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

    Reply
  7. Dana Sartain

    So sorry for your loss. Worked with Kim and she always had a smile for others. My prayers are with her family.

    Reply
  8. Teresa Lane Fulcher

    Jesse and family, Deepest sympathy to you all at this incredibly difficult time. Kim was strong, compassionate, independent, and had such a fantastic sense of humor. I’ll cherish the memories of our trip to Boston. Jesse, you were very young then. We toured the “freedom trail” through downtown and Kim kept us laughing every step of the way with her observations and sharp insights. I’ll miss her terribly. Prayers of comfort to you all.

    Reply
  9. patricia reese

    Prayers for the family – I enjoyed knowing Kim – Patricia Reese

    Reply
  10. Judy Brown

    Kim was such a likable person always trying to make you laugh she will be missed by many.Sweet lady.

    Reply
  11. Betty Koonce

    Kim , your sweet angel and dear friend Tommy is waiting for you at the pearly gates. No more pain. You will be missed!!

    Reply
  12. Katie Womack

    Sorry to hear of the passing of Kim. She was a hard worker & a friend. She was a fun person to be around. She will be missed by many. God bless & comfort her family 🙏❤️

    Reply
  13. Danny Tate

    I want Kim’s family to know how sorry I am for their loss. The family is in my thoughts and prayers. Kim and I went to school together for 12 years and we’re good friends in school. She was a very smart person and had a great personality. I know God will give the family the strength to get through this difficult time of their loss.

    Reply
  14. Connie arnold

    Jessie and Brooke so sorry for your lost prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time Connie arnold

    Reply
  15. Lisa Gault Whitworth

    Me and kim went to scool together when we was senior at lincoln county high school she was very sweet and kind person we had alot of fun. RIP MY FRIEND YOU WILL BE MISSED, God blessed her family my prayers and though are with the family may god give ya’ll comfort during this time.

    Reply
  16. Kim McWhirter

    I am so terribly sorry for your pain and loss. I’ve really gotten to know Kim the past 5 years. We just celebrated her 60th birthday at the Grant Summit Cabins. We all loved it there. So beautiful and peaceful. She was a ray of sunshine. Everyone loved her and loved being around her. Her sense of humor was priceless. She could always make you laugh. What a blessing! She will be missed so much. I will be keeping the family and friends of this wonderful lady in my thoughts and prayers. I love you Kim Cagle (Brick) and I will miss you tremendously! Kim McWhirter

    Reply

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