Chester A. Kimball

Chester A. Kimball, 93, of Niagara Falls and Longwood FL, passed away on November 7, 2022 after a short illness. Chester was born on May 18, 1929 in Lockport NY, the son of John Paul and Mildred (Peterson) Kimball.
Chester is predeceased by his wife of 72 years, Lois B. (Fither) Kimball, and by his brother Gene Kimball.

He survived by his son Jeffrey Robert Kimball Sr. and daughter Beth (Mark) Nielsen, and brother John Thomas Kimball. 8 grandchildren, John Blevins Sr., Sandra Blevins, Jeffrey Kimball Jr., Robert Kimball (Jamie Miller), Aria Nielsen, Ian Nielsen, Brendon Nielsen and Tyler Nielsen. And 10 great grandchildren, John Blevins Jr., Catlyn Grace, Abigail Blevins, Elizabeth Blevins, Andrew Kimball, Madelyn Kimball, Millie James Kimball, Hallee Nielsen, Elysia Nielsen and Mya Caruncho as well as many nieces and nephews.

Chester started his career with the US Navy on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. After deployment, he went on to start a Landscaping business in Niagara Falls, he later worked for Durez Chemical, and Stella Niagara after retirement.

Chester was an avid lover of fishing, F1 and Nascar racing, and held vast knowledge of almost any subject. He loved storytelling, spending hours with his family and friends, making jaw dropping cabinets, working out and a lover of classic movies. The man of many words will be sadly missed by so many that knew him.

The family of Chester A. Kimball invites you to leave a message of condolence on the tribute wall created in his memory.

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