Kimberly Ann Cyr-Thoman

Kimberly Ann Cyr-Thoman

MOUNT WOLF – Kimberly Ann Cyr-Thoman, 40, of Mount Wolf, passed away at 2:52 AM, Sunday, August 4, 2019, at her home. She was the wife of Scott Thoman of Mount Wolf whom she married 18 years ago on December 23, 2000.

Kimberly was born May 14, 1979 in Minot, ND and was the daughter of Guy and Suzanne (Coyle) Cyr of York.

She graduated from Central York High School in 1997, York College with a Bachelors of Science, Lebanon Valley College with her Master’s Degree and Penn State University with her Principals Certification. She was employed by Central School District in York for 18 years. She taught Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grade at North Hills Elementary and was especially passionate about the MAC team. She was President of the Bobcat Swim Club. She loved all things Disney and was a big sports fan. She was especially fond of her many animals, her two dogs and three cats were by her side until the end.

In addition to her husband, Scott, Kim is survived by her daughter, Charlotte Thoman; her son, Kevin “KC” Thoman; her sister Robynn Cyr of Mechanicsburg, and her maternal Grandmother, Mildred Biggs from Newport Richie, FL; her mother and father-in-law, Doug and Aneta Bell of Dover; sister and brother-in-law, Matt and Rachel Myers of Dover, and brother and sister-in-law Adam and Kelly Bell of Phoenixville, PA.

A celebration of life service will begin at 10:00 AM, Tuesday, August 13, 2019, in the auditorium of Central York High School, 601 Mundis Mill Road, York, PA. Burial will be private. Officiating at the service will be Reverend David Kominsky from Emanuel Loganville United Methodist Church. Arrangements have been entrusted to The Diehl Funeral home & Cremation Center of Mount Wolf. Kimberly requested no black be worn at the service.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Central York School District, c/o North Hills Elementary Panther Packs, 1330 North Hills Road, York, PA. 17406; Bobcat Swim Club Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 461, Manchester, PA 17345, or Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation, 5526 W 13400 S Ste 510, Herriman, UT 84096

To share memories of Kimberly please visit

16 thoughts on “Kimberly Ann Cyr-Thoman

  1. Mrs Thoman has a special place in our hearts. She was an amazing woman and teacher. I remember volunteering in her room when my daughter had her. She was such a loving soul and did so much for my daughter. She elected my daughter to speak at the school board and I can personally say she’s one of the best teachers and has changed my daughters life for the better. We are better for having known her. We will love and miss you but you are forever in our hearts ♥️

  2. What an amazing teacher and person. Our son was lucky to have Kim when he was in fifth grade. She became a close family friend and support that year and did so much to help our son, Angel. While we didn’t see Kim very often these last few years, she has always been in our hearts and thoughts. We often return to “Mrs. Thoman” stories when the family is all together and smile and laugh. She worked her magic made us better dads and a better family. I only hope I can have the impact as a teacher that she has had. She will be missed.

  3. Guy and Suzanne, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  4. Souvenir précieux

    Bien que les fleurs se fanent, meurent et disparaissent, leurs précieux parfums demeurent toujours. Tout comme ces fleurs éclatantes, ceux que nous aimons ne meurent jamais; ils demeurent avec nous à jamais, empreints dans nos souvenirs précieux.
    Mes sympathies à vous tous ont pense à vous dans nos prières
    Famille de Jean Guy Cyr

  5. When Guy and Suzanne packed up their Camaro with all their worldly possessions (and a dog) and headed for Minot for duty with the SAC more than 40 years ago, we didn’t know that they would return with an adorable baby girl. As a child, Kimberly was a wide-eyed, curious, up-beat little girl. I can imagine that all the knowledge she pursued and acquired over the years was shared with York’s children enthusiastically and with grace. If there was a vocation that was custom made for Kimberly, it was teaching. My heart breaks for two of the best parents God could have ever provided, a loving sister Robynn , her family Scott, Charlotte and KC who will have a tragically large hole in their lives. God bless and keep you.

  6. I enjoyed so much watching Kim as a student at Central ,become an A+ teacher at North Hills. If their was a student in trouble or a jobto be done Kim was the first one there. Suzanne , my prayers are with both you and Guy buryiing a child must be unbearable. She will be missed more than you could ever know.

  7. Kim and I grew up together in Windsor Locks until she moved to York. We then with luck ended up living on the same floor our freshman year at York College. I have so many fond memories of Kim and I and our fathers coaching softball together. She was my catcher and her infectious smile would calm calm me down on the mound. She touched so many people. I will keep my fond memories of she and I growing up together. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Prayers and love to her husband and children. God Bless.

  8. Your beautiful, loving, caring spirit brought so much joy to everyone you knew. We are so thankful you were a part of our lives. We love you and will miss you!

  9. My daughter, who is 19 now, had Mrs. Thoman in 6th grade at North Hills. We all loved Mrs. Thoman. She was a caring and wonderful teacher. She will never be forgotten in our family. Love and Prayers to her family!
    The DiPaula’s

  10. My deepest condolences to all who knew and loved Kim. She was a beautiful person–both inside and out. My heart is truly breaking for her family. You can try to prepare as much as you can for a loved one’s passing, but there’s no amount of preparation that can ease the grief and pain of not having that person physically in your life anymore. She is now surrounded by the glory of God and her physical pain has ended. Continued prayers for Scott, KC and Charlotte, her parents, her sister, Robynn, and her grandmother, Aneta and Doug, Adam, Rachel, Kelly, and Matt and their children. May God comfort you all.

  11. Mrs Thoman has touched so many young lives over the years at CYSD. Her memory will live on forever. Prayers to her family.

  12. Prayers for her family. May you find peace in knowing that Kim touched many, many lives and that as a result, she will live on in the lives and hearts of many.

  13. I really enjoyes the time I spent with Mrs. Thoman, but I wish I could have spent more. We all really miss her. If I could talk to her one more time I would tell her how much I miss her. I will always remember her in my heart.

Comments are closed.