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Kim Marie Schuck

  • On September 24, 2020

Kim Marie Schuck, 54 of Kennedy Township, PA, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. She was born in McKees Rocks, PA on October 27, 1965 and is the daughter of Roberta “Bobbie” McClelland and the late Richard McClelland. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her spouse Robert Schuck; daughters Alexandra “Lexi” and Brianna Schuck and the late Nicole Schuck; sisters Carey (Ben Moxley) Reconnu, Kathy (Rhett) Barker and Kelly (Alex) Ziehler; brother-in- law Todd Reconnu; nieces and nephews, Zachary and Zane Barker, Daniel, Ryan, and Nicholas Reconnu, Leah Moxley and Cambria and Mila Ziehler.

A Mass in celebration of her life will be held Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 10:00 am in St. Malachy Catholic Church, 343 Forest Grove Road, Coraopolis, PA 15108. The family will gather at 9:45 am in the nave of the church prior to Mass. All attendees must wear a face mask. Memorial contributions in Kim’s name may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at donors@stjude.org or 1-800-478-5833. Arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, Robinson Township, PA.

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Lori Streily
  • Sep 24 2020
Deepest Sympathy and Condolences
Letae Jackson
  • Sep 24 2020
I would like to extend my condolences to the family and friends of Kim McClelland Schuck. May God comfort you during this difficult time. From Letae Jackson and Family
  • Sep 24 2020
I have known Kim for many years dating back to St. Mary's days.I also remember her Grandparents living near me and spending time playing in the yard. I was very fortunate to spend a few hours with her waiting for a grove at the Kennedy Township office. ( She beat me 🙂 ). She will be missed by so many. My condolences to the Family. Gary Harbaugh
  • Sep 24 2020
Kim and I started at DLC the same time. We worked together as meter readers. I will always remember her sense of humor, and how she talked about her family and the love she had for them. I am glad God let our paths cross. May he watch over her and her family.
Trudy Reynolds
  • Sep 25 2020
My Beautiful niece Kim was an amazing person. The kind of person we all aspire to be. She was very funny, kind and had a heart of gold. Always thinking about and doing for everyone else, never thinking about herself. I am SO proud and lucky to have been her aunt. Heaven gained a SUPER angel. She will be sorely missed, leaving a hole in our family. I love you Kim!!!
Lori Gulbin
  • Sep 27 2020
I would like to offer my deepest condolences to Kim’s family. Kiimmy was my dear friend during our junior/senior years at Montour. I met Kimmy on my first day in Montour, she always had that huge smile on her face, I liked her immediately! We built a close friendship over the next two years. We would go dancing at the VIP in Bridgeville on Sunday nights where we had a blast dancing the nite away! We had many adventurous outings over the next two years. We would go to the school football games, plays, & concerts together. We even loved to make the trip to Chuckie Cheese’s to play the games, win prizes and eat pizza. I never heard Kim raise her voice to anyone except when excited and there were never any harsh words spoken around Kim, it just wasn’t in her nature. That is a rare quality to possess and I not only admired the person she projected to me and the entire world; Kim was just a happy gentle soul and I am very fortunate to have had her be a part of my life. As we age those, melancholy days of yesteryear are more precious than anything to me because I now understand that life’s moments are truly fleeting. I’ve passed many stories about my time with Kimmy to my daughter in hopes of keeping the memories alive. Heaven really hit the jackpot this time receiving Kimmy as their newest angel!! While her time on earth has come to its conclusion; she will always be alive in my heart and memories!! Thank you Kimmy, and rest easy now my dear, sweet friend!! I will miss you!!
  • Oct 21 2020
Kimberly Schuck will be missed. She was a friend and co-worker. If you only realized a moment would be the last time you would see someone. I had something to tell you. Now it doesn't matter. You'll have greater in-site now than all of us. Christ Jesus has already defeated our enemies, death disease the great deceiver, the devil. Pray for us still here on earth. Through hope and faith in our Lord Jesus we will be able to overcome all sorrow; because Jesus has overcome the world. Later Love Lisa.... God bless your family.