Noah “Bubbles” Allen Kimball

January 4, 2006 ~ September 22, 2020

Noah “Bubbles” A. Kimball, 14, Brandon, died Tuesday, September 22, 2020, from injuries sustained in a vehicle accident in Sioux Falls.

Private Family services will be held and a public Candle Light Vigil will be at 7pm, Sunday, September 27, 2020, at Celebrate Community Church in Brandon.

Noah “Bubbles” A. Kimball was born in Vermillion, SD. He was the first baby born in Vermillion in 2006. Noah and his family moved to Brandon, SD shortly after his birth, before he was even crawling. Noah attended school at Brandon elementary and middle schools. He was currently a freshman at BVHS. Although Noah was a brilliant young man and was taking advanced classes, he was not thrilled at the challenge Spanish class presented. Noah spent many years attending Taekwondo classes at Hoover’s in Brandon. His hard work and dedication earned him a Second-Degree Black Belt. He was both proud yet humble of his accomplishment. The coaches at Hoover’s helped teach him things like; courtesy, respect, honesty, integrity, self-discipline, and self-control. He loved to read and because of his giving heart, he would donate his books to low-income area schools when he was done reading them. He had recently decided he was ready to get rid of his Legos. He didn’t want to sell them, he wanted to give them away.

   Noah loved to solve the “Rubik’s Cube” and learn crazy weird facts from YouTube. Hanging out and playing play-station with Brandon, Keegan, and Caiden was a favorite pastime for Noah. If they were not together, they were planning on what time they could all get online and play together.

   Noah attended Celebrate Church for the last 13-14years and didn’t seem to mind the idea of having to stay at home and watch service on TV from the comfort of the recliner.

   He had taken a great interest in helping his dad and brothers work on motorcycles and various vehicles. He was so excited and proud of himself for getting a job and paying for his own old 86′ Chevy truck he called “Sally”. He was always so excited to go work on his truck with his brothers and his dad. He loved to convince mom it was a good idea to go get Chinese food for dinner. His brother Jordan always supported his idea. He was the best brother that anyone could ever ask for. He was the kind of brother that always had your back and wasn’t going to throw you under the bus for anything!

   Noah was a leader and not a follower. He had little regard for what people thought and was always true to himself. Noah was the most kind-hearted person. He would do anything he could to make someone else’s day better. Noah demonstrated his kindness and compassion to new students regularly. Parents would always comment on how he was the first to befriend their child. He was the kind of person everyone got along with and who wanted to be around. If someone was being bullied, Noah would step in to intervene.

   Noah was such a sweet young man with a heart of gold. He was an incredibly positive person who never stressed the small stuff.  He was patient and compassionate.  He had a special compassion for all animals, but especially dogs.

   Noah ALWAYS had a smile on his face. No matter how bad a day someone was having Noah could put a smile on their face. Being kind to one another will keep his legacy alive.   So, if you see someone without a smile give them one of yours in Noah’s honor. This world is definitely a better place because of him.    

   Sadly, “Bubbles”, 14, Brandon, SD, died Tuesday, September 22, 2020, from injuries sustained in a vehicle accident in Sioux Falls, SD.

   Noah will be deeply missed by his parents, Kerry (Adam) Hirsch, and Brian (Alicia) Kimball, three brothers; Chris (Abby) Schmidt, David Kimball and Jordan Kimball, six step siblings; Shelby (Brandon), Layne (Sarah), Ryker, Destiny, Arianna and Navaya; two nephews; Renner and Deegan. His aunts and uncles; Tara (Rick) Hinzman, Dan (Ann) Schmidt, Patrick (Deanna) Schmidt, Paul (Renae) Kimball, Brad Kimball, Karen (Cody) Hall, his twelve cousins; Katie, Bella, Daniell, Tyler, Michael, Andrew, Harper, Karrah, Kyelah, Justin, Bryce, and Kaitlyn, grandmother Ranae Kimball.

   Noah was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Ken Schmidt and David Kimball; and grandmother, Mary K. Boggs.

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  • Shannon Buum says:

    Our heart felt sympathy goes out to all of you during this difficult time. Know that you have loads of love and prayers coming your way. I am sure Noah is rejoicing with the Lord and enjoying time with his grandparents who have established a place for him for his arrival. Love to you all.

  • Jo Davis says:

    Our family is thinking of you all at this time and in the months to come. David has been a big part of our lives for many years and we are praying that you all find peace at this time. It is never easy to lose someone you love, especially when it’s a kid. Our thoughts and prayers as well as love are being sent to you.

  • Linda fedeler says:

    So sorry for your loss know that he is rejoicing in Heaven

  • Tracy Williams says:

    Your family is loved so much by God and by all of us. Praying for peace in your heart and the confidence that you will spend eternity together!

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