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Kim Elizabeth Armatoski Haynes

September 6, 1956 — September 3, 2022

Maryville, TN

Kim Elizabeth Armatoski Haynes

Kim Elizabeth Armatoski Haynes, born September 6, 1956 and deceased on September 3, 2022, is survived by her beloved mother Karen Geary of Maryville, TN; beloved brother Paul Armatoski, of Sterling, CO; beloved sister Lisa Stevens of Athens, TN; and beloved brother-in-law Josh Linger of Los Alamos, NM.  She was preceded in death by beloved sister Jenny Linger of Charlotte, NC and father Edward Summers of Tarpon Springs, FL.  Kim graduated with a Bachelor and Masters degree from the University of Maryland and then worked 19 years for TRW Space and Defense in Northern VA and Berkeley, CA.  In 2001, she moved to eastern TN and became a successful consultant.  The move allowed her to indulge her passion for world travel.  Kim was passionate about films, having attended the Toronto Film Festival 20 times and the Cannes Film Festival once, with friends.  In her spare time she was a voracious reader, a quilt maker, a member of the Rotary Club of Maryville, and a mahjong player.  Led by her faith, in more recent years she became a passionate defender of democracy, reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, and social justice causes.  Kim considered herself to be very lucky to have wonderful friends.  A memorial celebration of Kim’s life will be held at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist church in Knoxville, TN at 4:00 PM, Sunday, September 18, 2022.  All are welcome.  In lieu of flowers, consider donations to the Rotary Club Foundation to fight polio worldwide, to Planned Parenthood, or to Haven House, a Blount County, TN domestic violence shelter.

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