Dr. Kimberly ‘Kim’ Lorraine Borromeo
June 12, 1978 – October 28, 2021
Dr. Kimberly 'Kim' Lorraine (Dangler) Borromeo, 43, died unexpectedly in her San Antonio, Texas, home on Thursday, October 28, 2021.
Kim was born on June 12, 1978, in Findlay, Ohio. She loved the Lord and referenced her relationship with Jesus often. She was a devoted mother and loved her children with her entire being. She was very proud of them and found so much joy in her time with them.
Kim had a zest for life and adventure that was incomparable. She loved to travel and see new places. She was always dreaming of new spots to explore, but loved her home state of Texas the most, often commenting on the blue skies and warm weather. She loved dancing and music, her favorite being techno/house music. She was an amazing cook, and she took a lot of pride in her from-scratch, gourmet, healthy meals.
Kim was also an entrepreneur and managed two successful businesses. She was a determined and persistent person, and never took no for an answer. She created her own path in life and always found a way when faced with a challenge. She could and would do anything she set her mind to and everyone who knew her, recognized she was a force to be reckoned with.
Kim was a 1996 graduate of Findlay High School and spent her senior year as an exchange student in Australia. She received her undergraduate degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and her master's and doctorate degrees in psychology from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California.
For her formal internship year of her doctorate, Kim was accepted to a nationally accredited APA internship program at Brooke Army Medical Center. Upon receiving her doctorate, Dr. Borromeo served as chief of psychology at Bayne Jones Army Community Hospital in Ft. Polk, Louisiana. She served four years active duty in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged as captain.
In 2012, she married William (Will) Borromeo and they settled in San Antonio where they started their beautiful family. While her focus was on raising their children, she completed her hours and passed the
state test to become a certified licensed psychologist in the state of Texas and started Capture the Moment Photo Booth as a "side" business, which became very successful. She established a private psychology practice, Lonestar Psych PLLC, that she was in the midst of significantly expanding. She had just hired four additional doctors and other staff. She was proud of her teams and their work, actively working both businesses until her passing.
She is survived by Will and two of their children, Alexander Borromeo and Aubrey Borromeo; her parents, Jim and Michelle Borgia of Findlay; her sisters, Heather (Justin) Hoopes of Westerville, Ohio, Elsy Baines of Findlay, Brittany (Nathan) Strong of Findlay, Carissa Kunkle of Sylvania, Ohio, and Marlo Nero of Boynton Beach, Florida; and her six nieces and nephews, Dioncee Baines, Adriana Baines, Shelby Hoopes, Logan Hoopes, Meredith Strong and Calvin Strong. She is preceded in death by her
daughter, Angelica Borromeo.
Coldren-Crates Funeral Home in Findlay will be holding both the visitation and memorial service on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Visitation will start at 1 p.m. and the memorial service will begin at 2 p.m. Directly following her service will be light refreshments and snacks at the reception hall across the street.
Her family welcomes anyone who wishes to attend. Online condolences can be shared with the family at
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice. Kim would love to know there is a positive impact being made in her name.