Howard L Kimball
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Howard L Kimball
Throughout his life Howard was well known for his musical endeavors. He played trumpet, flugel horn, and guitar and was also a wonderful singer. He was a member of many bands including Al Yelle's Orchestra, The Red Beans and Rice Dixieland Band, Valley Guitar Club, Significant Others Dixieland Band and The Kitchen Band, The Rice Creek Rhythmaires, (which he led) to name a few, and played in local community bands both in New Hampshire and in Florida. He and his wife Jackie often sang together and made many recordings.
In his younger years Howard was an avid runner and participated in many road races. Later in life he maintained his fitness by walking and lived an overall healthy lifestyle. He loved animals, lived life to the fullest and could always make anyone laugh with his sharp wit.
He leaves behind his beloved "sweetie" Jackie (of nearly 62 years), a son Spencer Kimball and his wife Pam of Newton, NH, a daughter, Loralyn and her husband Douglas Hanson, of Sandown, NH and a daughter Melinda and her partner Lisa Kolosey of Winthrop, Maine. He also leaves one sister Sally McCarthy and her long-time companion Hans Asang, of East Hampstead, NH, six grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and five step-great-grandchildren, two nieces, a great niece and several cousins and other relatives by marriage, who thought the world of him. He was predeceased by two brothers, Albert and Alfred Kimball.
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