Class of 2020 - Kimmy Thibodeau

Dear Kimmy,
Where did the time go?  Wasn't it just yesterday when your were running after your older brother & sisters & trying to keep up with them?
You are the youngest yet somehow you out grew your older sisters, towering over them at almost 6 feet tall.
You have a quirky sense of humor, are passionate about your beliefs, and extremely loyal to your friends and family.
You are the last one to leave the nest. We cannot believe this day is here.
You were always fiercely independent & marched to a different beat but still able to achieve what ever you set your sights on.
Your hard work & determination have paid off and your acceptance into the highly competitive nursing program as well as the offer to play softball for the University of Mary Washington are wonderful achievements. 
You have grown into a beautiful and confident young lady and we know you will do great things.  We are so very proud of you.
"Remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think."
"Leave footprints of love and kindness on every step of your journey."
Follow your dreams and always trust in God.
Love Mom & Dad

Kimmy, Kimmy... It is hard to say goodbye to a girl you have known and coached since she was a little girl. Recently I was going through some old photos of rec ball with my first teams, and there was Kimmy. Kimmy has been such a joy to coach. I always loved watching her pitching, especially when she got frustrated at the umps. She would just look and me and throw her hands up and I would have to laugh. Kimmy has an incredible, quiet spirit. There's so much more to her than meets the eye. And now it's time for her to go and discover it. Go take that field in college and show everyone what you've got. Oh, and hit a dinger for me (I know you will). I'm going to miss you, Kimmy. Know that my love and memories go with you!  

Coach Phil