By Keegan Williams
Gaylord News 

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Last updated 11/22/2021 at 11:29am

NORMAN, Okla.-Resilient.

That's the word used to describe Kim Holmes by the people who know her best.

Holmes, a property manager for the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, has lost 20 blood relatives and many more friends during the COVID-19 pandemic, but continued to push through and show up for those who needed her most.

"She's been through a lot," said her supervisor, Greg Shim. "The word that comes to mind is resilient. She's very dedicated to serving the people at the Mental Health Association, and she identifies with them and she cares about people. She's got a gigantic heart."


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