Kimberley Capobianco

By September 3, 2014 Obituaries

Kimberley Capobianco, 53, of Moncks Corner, an elementary school teacher and wife of Anthony Capabianco, died Wednesday. Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services, North Charleston, SC.


  • Adah Brewer says:

    Tony, Our deepest sympathy and family. Kimberly was a gift to all who knew her.
    A gifted teacher to all of her students also. Our grandson, James, was blessed to have had
    her for a teacher.

    Jerry and Adah Brewer

  • Adah Brewer says:

    Tony, our deepest sympathy to you and family. Our grandson, James, was blessed to be
    one of her students in first grade. Kimberly was a gift to all who knew her.

    Jerry and Adah

  • Linda P. Christian says:

    Tony, I was so sorry to hear about Kim. She was such an integral part to the St. Philip’s family in Sulphur Springs. She touched so many with her quiet kindness. Her students were richly rewarded by having her as their teacher. Our prayers are with you and your family. I was richly rewarded by having known her.

  • Pam Sumrow says:

    Tony, I did not personally know your wife but I do know that behind every good man there is a good woman and I feel that this is what you had in your wife, Kim. You were always someone I could look up to and count for work related issues while you were at Farmers Electric. People at Farmers Electric as well as those that have retired and I send our deepest sympathy. We will keep you in our hearts and prayers.

  • Donna Stottlemyer says:

    Tony, I am so sorry for you and your family’s loss. I will keep you all in my prayers for comfort and sweet memories.

  • Sonja Bolton says:

    Tony, I am so saddened to hear of Kim’s passing. It was my privilege to be her teaching partner at ECLC. She was an amazing teacher and touched the lives of many students. She was so proud of her family and often spoke of you to the children, when we were working on our Veteran’s Day activities. I know she will be dearly missed. You are in our prayers.

  • Sherry Finney says:

    My condolences to you, Tony, and to your family upon the loss of Kim. She was an exceptional person and teacher. Kind, smart, empathetic, and dedicated…that’s how I remember her. She was a well-respected teacher and a mentor to so many during the time she graced the halls of ECLC in Sulphur Springs ISD. What an impact she made upon her students! Kim was a master of “differentiated instruction” eons before that was an educational buzz word! Thank you so much for calling to let me know of Kim’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Sherry Finney, ECLC Principal

  • Joanna says:

    I worked with Kim for several years at ECLC and considered her a great friend. My oldest son was also blessed by her as his T1 teacher. I can not put into words how heart broken I am that she is gone! We emailed often over the years after y’all moved. Kim was the BEST teacher I have ever encountered!! Her knowledge, dedication, and heart surpasses most! I am thankful that our paths crossed many years ago and she will be in my heart forever!!!

  • Shelley Burton says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Kim for several years at ECLC in Texas. She was an amazing teacher and had such a kind and caring heart for others. I know she will be greatly missed. Her smile was contagious! Continued prayers for your family as you go through the days ahead.

  • Tammy Burnside says:

    Kim. Was a co worker and friend when she taught at ECLC. She was so genuine and an amazing teacher! My son Brenton had her as a teacher in T 1 as well. I remember her sweet smile and kindness. My prayers are with you, Tony! And her whole family because she will be dearly missed!

  • Nicole Johnson ECLC says:

    Praying for you all. Kim was such an awesome mentor and friend. Thankful for God’s promises that one day we will see her again. With deepest sympathy, Nicole Johnson, ECLC friend