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Kim Carpenter (1967–2019)
California Archaeology  (IF),  Pub Date : 2019-07-03, DOI: 10.1080/1947461x.2019.1668168
Jerome King, Kelly McGuire, Adie Whitaker

Kim Carpenter passed away peacefully on July 4, 2019, after an eight-month battle with ovarian cancer. She leaves behind her husband Tim, her children Elsa and Ian, her father Vic Holanda, brothers Travis Bounsall and Jay Holanda and their families, as well as a wide community of co-workers and academic colleagues. She was important to people throughout the archaeological community as a scholar, leader, mentor, role model, and friend, and she will be missed deeply. Kim was born in 1967 in Montpellier, Idaho, and spent most of her childhood in California. In 1992, she graduated from California State University (CSU), Long Beach, with a degree in anthropology. During her early years as Kim Carpenter at Pie Creek Rock Shelter, Elko County Nevada, 1999. Photo courtesy of Kelly McGuire.