Winslow - Kimberle Jo Boucher, 47, unexpectedly went to the lord on January 27, 2021. She was the daughter of Virginia Hadsell and the late Robert Boucher.\r\n\r\nKimberle was born February 1, 1973 in Lewiston, Maine. Kim was raised in Waterville, Maine where she graduated from Waterville High School in 1992. After High School, Kimberle dedicated her life to raising her 3 children Nicholas, Kristin and Timothy. She will always be known to those that had the pleasure of knowing her as a loving, warm-hearted, selfless, generous and a considerate person. Kimberle settled in Winslow where she raised her 3 children and took care of her 9-year-old niece several days a week. Kimberle (better known as Nana to her niece Adyson) and Adyson (known to Kimberle as Cupcake) had an amazing bond that cannot be duplicated.\r\nOn August 24, 2020 Kimberle was blessed and elated with the birth of her first grandchild, Keana River Boucher whom she loved more than words can articulate. Kimberle's mother always spoke of her 1st born daughter by saying "Kimberle is a devoted daughter, who is deeply loved by everyone who is fortunate enough to know her. She is a special sister and an unbelievable mother".\r\nKimberle was predeceased by her beloved Gram Virginia "Diddy" H.\r\nBishop and her father Robert Boucher.\r\n\r\nShe is survived by her mother Virginia Hadsell and Step Father Jim Hadsell of Winslow; son Nicholas Sapiel of Albion; daughter Kristin Boucher of Winslow; son Timothy Boucher along with fiance Logan Bolduc and their daughter Keana River Boucher; significant other Jimmy Rolfe of Livermore; brother Rodney Boucher of Portland; Sister Rachel Lessard of Winslow along with her husband Paul and their daughter Adyson; sister Rebekah Hoskins of Chelsea along with her husband Barrett and their children Roslyn and Bryce; step brother Robert Hadsell and wife Donna; step brother Steve Hadsell and fiance Annette, step brother Randy Hadsell and wife Joy; step sister Lynda Hadsell; step sister Celia O'Neill and her husband Tom; along with several nieces and nephews.\r\n\r\nA private ceremony will be held at Winslow Baptist Church with a graveside service being held in the spring for friends and family.