There is not enough hope in the world, and insurance should be a source of it—not stress. Kimsurance is here to change the way you view insurance.
What is Kimsurance?
Kimsurance is our brand of insurance coverage—insurance that’s a symbol of hope and protection for your tomorrows. We were born out of the personal tragedies and the unrelenting hope our founder, Kimberly Stevens, faced in her own life. A breast cancer survivor, she knows what it’s like to lose everything—her car, her possessions, her home—because of bad insurance. Now, Kimsurance is here to change the way insurance is done so you won’t be in the same compromised position.
We are here to make your protection bloom.
No matter what is going on in your life, we don’t want you to lose hope. Because we have personal experience dealing with pre-existing conditions, medical marvels, and more, there’s not much we haven’t seen when it comes to providing you with the coverage you need. We work with several top-rated life and health insurance companies to offer you a variety of options and to help you protect what matters most—you, your family, and your employees. We have your back so you don’t have to worry.
Yellow roses mean a lot to our founder, Kimberly, and they have become her symbol of hope. When her son, Braden, was born she was given yellow roses to celebrate his life. Braden, unfortunately, passed away from a rare metabolic disease called Citrullinemia. Kimberly planted a yellow rose bush in his memory shortly after his death in January 1992. The rose bush barely grew but it gave its very first rose on Mother’s Day and the second on Father’s Day!
The story of hope doesn’t end there. A bud on the rose bush came up two years later when Kimberly was due with her daughter, Victoria. Kimberly knew her daughter wouldn’t be born until that rose bloomed. Surprisingly, Victoria was born and the rose was still a green bud. When Victoria was three days old, doctors called with news that Victoria also had Citrullinemia, and she was rushed back to the hospital where she stayed for ten days in the NICU. The day Victoria returned home, the yellow rose bloomed!
Our yellow rose story has a happy ending. Victoria Faith was cured of her Citrullinemia through a liver transplant in 1997. She is the first and only person ever born with Citrullinemia to graduate high school and college. She is now married and lives in Kansas City. Kimberly also has a son, Daniel, who works for Optum Health in Phoenix. Kimberly lives in Orlando, FL with two very spoiled Schipperkes and a yellow rose bush in her yard that still blooms on special occasions.