Marsha Kmec December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017 Share: Obituary Event & Services Charities & Donations Gallery Videos Guestbook Send Flowers Marsha Kmec December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017 ObituaryMarsha Kmec lives in , passed away at the age of 65.Born on December 08, 1951 and passed away on August 10, 2017. No Events & Services No Charities & Donations No Gallery Photos No Videos 19 responses to Marsha Kmec « Previous 1 2 3 4 Al Scullin says: August 26, 2017 Sis, I’ve been talking to you for the last sixteen days, and I know you’ve heard me. For twenty some years I’ve looked forward to celebrating my birthday with my five year younger twin sister no matter how late life’s demands pushed it; I think the retro party was pretty close to on time. You have put so much fun in my life as you have for so many people; they will all remember some silly moment with you as I will like when as I was giving you grief about your silly heels on Kauai and seconds later picked you up after you fell off them. I won’t run on as much as I could, but I would like to summarize who you were before I short out my laptop with my tears. A few weeks ago when we needed a place to stay for a few days after we moved out of our motor home and were waiting to close escrow on our home in Las Vegas, I asked Jim if we could use your condo. I knew I could get an objective answer from him if someone was going to be there; you would have have said “no problem, Bro. Stay as long as you need.” And then you would have scrambled to rearrange plans you may have had to meet friends or family there. Mrs. Giving, Mrs. Hyperbole, Mrs. Bad Heel Shoes, I’m already missing the times Lynda and I hoped to enjoy with you when you came to the neighborhood in Las Vegas. The text from you on 8/9/17 will stay in my phone with me. Love you too much, Your Bro Reply Victoria Boyd says: August 26, 2017 Marsha, So many wonderful memories of you and Chris when you came to the wedding of Brian and Brittany in Oregon last year. The sweetest picture of you two dancing and laughing and just having a wonderful time. Thank you for the kindness you always gave to Brian and the many sleepovers and good times he spent at your home. He adored you and all the Kmec family for always opening your arms and giving him a kiss and making him feel so special. We will miss your wonderful smile and the love that shined through it. I know heaven has opened its arms to you and is smiling brighter today. With love, Vicki, Merv, Brian, Brittany, Russell, Madyson, Wyatt and Harvey Reply Marta says: December 8, 2017 Happy Birthday dear friend…I love you, Marta Reply Ronald.Yarbrough@stjoe.org says: August 9, 2018 I met Marsha at my job at Mission Hospital. She was a person you run across once in a lifetime. She was as cool a person as they come, and when I told her I was from Pittsburgh and found out her father owned a fish market in my old neighborhood that my family loved, she was like the sister I never had. I’m just sad that I didn’t know she had passed. My heart and best wishes go out to the family, but know that she touched so many people and I don’t think she knew that. What a special lady and best wishes to the family. She loved her family and I would like to feel like she was an adapted sister to me. Rest in peace and my god bless. Ron Yarbrough, Mission Hospital. Reply « Previous 1 2 3 4 Leave A Condolence Cancel reply Choose a Candle Choose a Candle Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me by email when the comment gets approved.