Kathryn Brimson Nevil

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ARLINGTON -- Kathryn (Katy) Brimson Nevil, 38, of Franklin, Tennessee died Friday November 16, 2012 in a motor vehicle accident. Funeral: Family and friends will honor and celebrate Katy's life by gathering on Thursday, November 29 11:30 am at Lake Arlington Baptist Church, 2912 Little Road, Arlington. Visitation: There will be a viewing on Wednesday, November 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lake Arlington Baptist Church. Interment: Katy's final resting place will be at Moore Memorial Gardens in Arlington. Memorials: Lauren (daughter) was critically injured in the accident, suffered traumatic brain injury (TBI) and still remains in ICU with unknown prognosis. Two ways to support her are: 1) A fund has been established and contributions may be mailed directly to Southwest Bank, 3641 Matlock Road, Arlington TX 76015. Please make checks payable to "Steve Nevil". Contributions can also be made through PayPal using SBNEV@YAHOO.com as recipient. 2) You can also help by donating blood to any local blood bank in honor of "Lauren Nevil". Katy was born May 2, 1974, in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Carolyn Dupree Stuart and James A. Brimson. She graduated from Lamar High School in Arlington, class of 1992. She graduated from Texas A&M with a BS in English, 1996. On October 24, 1998 she was united in marriage to the love of her life, Steven B. Nevil in Arlington. Steve and Katy have two beautiful children, Lauren Haley(12) and Will Ashton(9). In July 2011 they moved to Franklin, TN. Katy enjoyed student teaching, bible study, volunteering, vacations, golf, scrapbooking, reading, working out and most of all - spending time with family & friends. Katy was beloved by many and she positively impacted the lives of others through her loving, giving & fun character. Survivors: She is survived by her husband, Steven Nevil; two children, Lauren and Will; parents, Carolyn Stuart and James Brimson of Arlington; brother, Jimmy Brimson of Arlington; grandparents, Gracie & O.C. Keller of Trinidad; sister-in-law, Deanna Mullins and husband, Richard and their children Ryan and Brooke of Burleson.

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  1. So saddened to hear of the unforeseen occurrence within your family. Be assured that this is not an act of God, for James 1:13 tells us “when under trial, let no one say, I am being tried by God. For with evil things God cannot be tried nor does he try anyone”. Please find comfort at Revelation 21:4 which says he will wipe away our tears and death will be no more, neither will mourning, outcry or pain”. May you have peace and comfort and cherish your precious memories.

  2. When I think of Katy I feel a deep sense of love and warmth! That’s how she affected me from the moment I met her! I looked forward to her yearly Christmas picture cards. What a precious and dear family. I am deeply saddened by her passing! My heart aches for Steve, the children and her family. My prayers will be going up for all of you especially for Lauren, asking our merciful and loving God for a complete recovery! And strength and courage for all of Katy’s family! May God bless you all as you go thru this very difficult and sad time.

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