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Kimberly Eyres Warren

  • On March 19, 2020
  • 4 Comments

Kimberly Eyres Warren, age 62, of Pittsburgh, PA passed away peacefully on Mar. 17, 2020 following a challenging season with Parkinson’s Disease. She was the beloved daughter of Carol and the late Peter Warren. Along with her mother, she is survived by her daughter, Sarah Warren, her sister, Amy Dierlam (Doug) of Sacramento, CA and her brother, Andrew (Kim) of Pittsburgh, PA., her nephews, Luke Warren and Hunter Dierlam and niece Hannah Warren. The family is grateful for the faithful and caring friendship of Michael Kostie.

Kim loved her family and loved spending vacation time at Chautauqua Lake. She had a strong faith in the Lord which sustained her through many health challenges. Private arrangements entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, Robinson Twp.

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Karen Schaller
  • Mar 21 2020
Carol and Family, I was saddened to learn today of Kimberly's passing. I very much enjoyed spending time with her at the various support group events. I am giving you all a hug, and hoping that kindness and good memories will embrace you in the coming weeks. And know we are always available to you if you have memories you would like to share. Sincerely, Karen Schaller South Hills Movers & Shakers Parkinson's Support Group
Catrice Kum
  • Mar 22 2020
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Leslie Ann Brelsford
  • Mar 25 2020
Oh, my dear, long time and faith-filled friend, Kim. We met as freshman at Slippery Rock Univ. in 1976. So many great memories from our time there and at Chautauqua. She introduced me to summers working at that wonderful place and it changed my life. I am eternally grateful to have had the privilege to be Kim's friend, get to know her family, and especially her Sarah. I mourn Kim's sudden passing, send my love to you all, and know she is whole and healed in the arms of her Savior.
Marivel Hone
  • Mar 25 2020
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