FOUNTAIN CITY - In October 2015, Kimberly Enix was murdered. One year later, her friends and family are still trying to give her a proper burial.
Kimberly’s grave doesn’t have a headstone. To help raise money for one, they held a memorial garage sale on Saturday. Their goal was $2,000.
With the help from friends, family and strangers that goal was reached.
“It went better than I could imagine,” said Laura Arnett Smith, Kimberly’s friend who organized the sale.
Arnett Smith says having a headstone is important so Kimberly’s friends and daughters have a proper place to visit.
“This has been hard on the girls. They picked out the headstone we’re raising money for,” said Arnett Smith.
Kimberly left behind three daughters. The youngest, Brooklyn, was the subject of an Amber Alert following her mothers' death.
Kimberly’s accused killer is her husband and Brooklyn’s father, Tyler Enix. He is charged with first-degree murder. His trial is expected to start in February 2017.
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Any additional money raised will be donated to Haven House in Kimberly’s name. If you would like to add to that donation made in Kimberly’s name, click here.