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Kimberly Lynn Alt
March 13, 1980 ~ July 19, 2019 (age 39)
Flowers & Gifts
Kimberly Lynn Alt, 39, found peace on Friday, July 19, 2019. She was a friend, a sister, an aunt, a daughter and a mother.
Although it's impossible to capture a person through written words entirely, Kimberly's biggest attribute to the world was her ability to find the good in everyone. She was born in Red Bank, NJ and raised in Keansburg, NJ. She moved to West Virginia in hopes of providing a better life for her and children. She was known by all to have a good heart and she made friends wherever she went. Kim loved to have fun and was happy around family and friends. She loved her children with all of her heart and soul.
She always made the best of her circumstances wherever she could and made all efforts whenever possible to make a life for herself and for her girls.
Unfortunately, on July 19th Kim lost her battle with addiction. It was the saddest day of many of our lives. A friend, child, sister, aunt, daughter and Mother were all senselessly lost in one moment.
Kimberly is survived by her loving parents, Linda and Paul Tuschmann, of Toms River, NJ; her precious children: Lilly and Makayla Myers, of West Virginia; Hailley Liseno, of Keansburg, NJ and her biological son, Paulie Alt who was raised by Kimberly's brother; her siblings: Shaun and his wife Tami Alt, of Keansburg, NJ; Rachel and her husband Eric Cosnoski, of Cliffwood, NJ; and Robin and Jennifer Ungureit, of PA; her nieces and nephews: Kerri, Dylan, Kaitlyn, Lindsey, Lacey, Megan, and Aiden Alt; Oliver and Iris Cosnoski; and Bella and Ione Ungureit. Kimberly will be dearly missed, and always in our hearts.
We ask that in lieu of flowers, you take the time to check on a loved one who is battling their own demons. Let them know that they are loved and help is out there.