Woman killed in Pasco crash to be honored


    BENTON CITY, Wash. -- Kimberly Youngblood, 44, of Benton City, was one of two people killed in a seven-vehicle crash on I-182.

    Kim worked nearly 15 years for Ingredion of Richland, rising from lab technician to a position critical to the success of plant operations.

    Preceded in death by father, Donald D. Youngblood, and survived by mother, Wenda Colby, son, Jarred Youngblood, aunt, Sunshine Wallace, uncle, Darrelle Heimberger, and brothers, Ryan Enyeart-Younglood, and Mathew and Justen Kinnison. She leaves too, her beloved dog named “Kitty,” now in the loving care of family.

    There is a GoFundMe page established in Kim's memory at https://www.gofundme.com/kimberly-youngblood-memorial-fund

    A Public Service is also planned for friends and family. The service is at:

    Chapel of the Falls

    314 W. 1st Ave.


    Friday, February 15th at 11am

    Public Welcome

    Obituary & Service: https://www.muellersfuneralhomes.com/obituaries/Kimberly-Youngblood-2/#!/Obituary

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