Kimberly Pullin

Obituary of Kimberly Kay Pullin

Kimberly Kay White-Pullin was born on January 19, 1971 in Dallas, Texas.  Kim accepted Christ at St. Luke "Community" United Methodist Church and remained a faithful servant at Hamilton Park United Methodist Church until her death.  Kim departed this life on August 28, 2020.  She lived an amazing life.  She was a wonderful mother, a loving wife, and a great sister, aunt, and friend. Kim was a graduate of Skyline High School.  She received a B.A. from The University of North Texas and a M.S. from Amberton University. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. She spent her life helping people in the form of working as a Human Resources Administrator and a Real Estate Agent.  Kim is survived by her Husband, Ryan Pullin, her Daughter Kassidy Pullin, her Parents, Stanley and Patricia Mays, her Father Isaiah White, and her brother Dr. Brian White (Carmen).: Private family service-  


In 2001, she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and was in a motor vehicle accident that left her physically impaired in 2013.


She had a passion for learning and education and began her career as an educator in DISD before becoming a Human Resources Administrator and a Realtor. 


She was very selfless and participated in many volunteer activities at the church, in schools, and the community.


Whether they were winning or losing, she was cheerleader for her high school and a dedicated sports fan for many other sports teams including the Dallas Cowboys.


She was very spontaneous and adventurous as she loved to go on vacations, travel, and explore.


Kim was a supportive, understanding, and trustworthy wife.


She was also an outstanding mother as she was fun-loving, compassionate, and caring.


She was very resourceful and helpful for her husband and daughter and would do just about anything to make them happy.


Kim was outgoing, had many friends, and was an inspiration to everyone she met. In recent years she exhibited strength, resiliency, determination. Even in some of the most difficult times, she always had a positive outlook on life and taught many to never give up.


We want to special acknowledgements to UT Southwestern, Baylor Scott & White, LifeCare Hospital Dallas, Parkland Health and Hospital Systems, Guardian Home Health Care, Griswold Home Health Care, Timpa Lawal


In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make any monetary contributions to the National MS Society.



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1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Friday, September 11, 2020
Black & Clark Funeral Home
2517 East Illinois Ave.
Dallas, Texas, United States
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