Ron Kimble, father of domestic violence victim Jamie Kimble, hugs people in the audience after giving closing remarks at the Women for Courage Luncheon on Wednesday at the Charlotte Convention Center. The Jamie Kimble Foundation for Courage was established by Ron and Jan Kimble “so that her memory may live and so that others can live.” The Foundation is committed to creating a future free of domestic violence.
Ron Kimble, father of domestic violence victim Jamie Kimble, hugs people in the audience after giving closing remarks at the Women for Courage Luncheon on Wednesday at the Charlotte Convention Center. The Jamie Kimble Foundation for Courage was established by Ron and Jan Kimble “so that her memory may live and so that others can live.” The Foundation is committed to creating a future free of domestic violence. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Ron Kimble, father of domestic violence victim Jamie Kimble, hugs people in the audience after giving closing remarks at the Women for Courage Luncheon on Wednesday at the Charlotte Convention Center. The Jamie Kimble Foundation for Courage was established by Ron and Jan Kimble “so that her memory may live and so that others can live.” The Foundation is committed to creating a future free of domestic violence. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

After losing daughter to domestic violence, parents now hope to save others

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