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BRADLEY — It’s with deep sorrow that her mother and father announce the dying of their beloved daughter, Courtney Lynn Kidd, 38, of Bradley. She handed away peacefully, along with her mother and father by her facet, on April 24, 2020, on the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
Courtney was a loving sister, granddaughter, aunt, niece, cousin and good friend to many. Courtney’s smile was contagious, and she or he really had an exquisite soul. She was essentially the most trustworthy, pure, compassionate and loving individual. She loved spending time with household and mates, spoiling all of the very particular youngsters in her life and her loyal canine, Capone.
She beloved listening to Christian music, doing crafts, portray, baking, stitching along with her grandmother, and watching scary motion pictures along with her mother and greatest good friend. Courtney was a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan.
Her spirit was lovely and her earthly presence of their lives shall be sorely missed. Regardless of Courtney’s lifelong struggles along with her well being, she at all times remained trustworthy and continued to see the enjoyment in every day! She was the true definition of a fighter and took satisfaction in defying all odds. She was a hero to many and an inspiration to everybody who knew her. Courtney and her story have really touched the lives of numerous individuals over time. Courtney has at all times saved religion on the heart of her life. She was a lifelong lively member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bradley. Courtney loved educating the youth by the CCD program and being a youth chief, educating the pre-schoolers throughout “My Time with Jesus” and was concerned in varied church actions all through the years. Courtney obtained her faculty diploma from Olivet Nazarene College in early childhood growth. She beloved her job as a pre-school trainer and later obtained her foster care license.
Courtney was preceded in dying by her maternal grandparents, paternal grandfather, and her selfless organ donor.
Surviving are her devoted and loving mother and father, Kevin and Anne (Neal) Kidd; her “huge” little brother, Nicholas Kidd; her caring sister-in-law, Kelly (Sullivan) Kidd; her niece and goddaughter, Teagan Kidd; her paternal grandmother, Donna Kidd; and her quite a few aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorials could also be made to Courtney’s household. A donation will then be made in Courtney’s honor to the reward of life transplant home in Rochester, Minn. The household may even be establishing a scholarship fund in her identify.
Non-public household funeral companies shall be held. Burial shall be in All Saints Cemetery, Bourbonnais.
A celebration of life shall be at a later date.
Funeral preparations are by Clancy-Gernon Funeral House, Bourbonnais.
Please signal her on-line guestbook at clancygernon.com.