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Kimberly ‘Kim’ Martin Prince

Kimberly “Kim” Martin Prince of North Myrtle Beach passed away with family by her side on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, at Duke University at the age of 60.

Kim was predeceased by her father, Johnny Franklin Martin, and mother, Carolyn Gaynelle Perry.

Kim is survived by her loving sister, Caroline C. Perry of Hartsville, S.C., loving sons, Edward W. Prince IV of North Myrtle Beach and Whitney M. Prince of Loris, daughters-in-law, Jennifer Prince and Dani Prince, her adored grandchildren, EJ Prince, Stella Prince, Romie Prince and Lucy Prince, her aunt, Linda Freeman of Mayodan, N.C., cousin, Jennifer Bullins of Greensboro, N.C., and her husband Lee, their children, Forrest and Maggie, cousin David Stevens of Greensboro and cousin Jeffrey Freeman of Greensboro. Kim is lovingly remembered by her long time best friends Steve Andrews, Robert Prince, Susan Skelley and Guy Sheffo.

Kim was born in Greensboro, N.C., on Aug. 25, 1959. She graduated from Myrtle Beach High School in 1977 and went on to attend Coastal Carolina University, which at that time was an extension of the University of South Carolina. Throughout her life Kim worked in accounting. The last five years she was employed by Wyndham Worldwide as an accounting manager. She loved her job and Wyndham family.

Kim’s four beloved grandchildren were her world. She loved spending time with her family, cooking family meals, going to the beach and traveling. Kim was an excellent cook and her family always said they could taste the love in her food. She loved crafting, decorating and antiquing. Kim loved music and always shared her love for music with family and friends attending outdoor concerts. Kim will always be remembered for her fun-loving personality.

Funeral services will be private. The family will receive friends at a celebration of life on Monday, Dec. 16, 2019, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Mama Jean’s Restaurant in Little River.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made by planting a tree in a National Forest online, www.ALivingTribute.org.

Written memorials can be made online, www.ClementsFuneralService.com.

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