In Memory of

Kimberly Litton

October 21, 1966 - January 21, 2020


Kimberly Sue Litton, 53, passed away at home on January 21, 2020. Services will be held Sunday February 9 at Lee’s Summit Christian Church with visitation from 2-4 pm and a memorial service at 4 pm. All words of remembrance welcome at the service. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to help further brain cancer research to the Kim Litton memorial at

Kim is survived by her husband Ladd; two daughters, Ashley and Elizabeth; sister, Alison; and brother, Steve. Kim is preceded in death by her parents, Philip Aldrich and Sylvia Aldrich, nee Morgan.

Kim was born October 21, 1966 in Independence, MO to Phil and Sylvia. She graduated Raytown South High School in 1985 where in her senior year she was team MVP of both the softball and basketball teams and was the KC Star female scholar-athlete for Raytown South. Kim attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She worked at IFTC in mutual fund accounting for four years before moving on to American Century where she worked a total of fifteen years, with the majority of those in the financial reporting department.

Kim was an active member of Lee’s Summit Christian Church for 25 years where she was treasurer for Women’s Ministries, served as president of one of the women’s groups, served as interim director of the children’s program, and led seven church-wide garage sales to raise money for local charities. Kim helped tutor reading and math at Underwood Elementary School and served as a tutor for at-risk teens at ProDeo Youth Center.


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Kim was my neighbor and friend for over 25 years, our children grew up together. When Kim stopped working, we often took long walks through our neighborhood as early as 5am, laughing and critiquing houses (sorry neighbors)! We had so many deep discussions on our walks. Kim was extremely proud of her daughters and is one of the most positive people I’ve ever known. During her courageous 27 month battle with Glioblastoma, Kim’s kind and gentle spirit remained intact, always seeing the positive side of life. We could put the whole neighborhood together and still not rival her positivity. Her sense of humor was unwavering: always quick witted and willing to jokingly give a neighbor — including me — a hard time. I will truly miss my walking buddy; mornings will not be the same without her.

Kim and I have been friends since the eight grade. She was so fun and funny – a true joy to be around. In my minds-eye, I can see her laughing and doing the bunny hop with her fingers! I hope everyone has these good memories of her too since I can’t seem to grasp the thought of a world without Kim.
I hope Ladd, Liz and Ashley find comfort in knowing what a special friend she was to everyone and you are her greatest legacy – make her even more proud, if possible.

I am so sorry to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and the many friends of Kim – I know she will be missed by all.

Martha Linville

Kim was another helpful mom to my daughter Natasha. During middle school they had walking Mondays to their house and she fed all of kids who showed up. Kim was my car pool buddy for dance and camp. Even in college Kim sent yet more food and kind words to Natasha, even her own mother didn’t do that! She was such a kind person who never made things difficult. Her faith was evident when ever I was around her. I will miss her radiant smile. God Speed Kim.

So very sorry to hear this. Went to school from grade 1-12 with Kim. We rode the bus together throughout the entire time. What a great person! Heaven has gained a great ball player and a even better person. So sorry!! God Bless!!! ❤️❤️


Sunday, February 9, 2020
Lee's Summit Christian Church
800 NE Tudor Road
Lee's Summit, MO. 64086


Sunday, February 9, 2020
4:00 PM
Lee's Summit Christian Church
800 NE Tudor Road
Lee's Summit, Mo. 64086