Marsha Kmec

Marsha Kmec

December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017

Marsha Kmec

December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017


Marsha Kmec lives in , passed away at the age of 65.
Born on December 08, 1951 and passed away on August 10, 2017.

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19 responses to Marsha Kmec

  1. Marsha’s friendship meant the world to me. We shared so many good times, tons of laughter, and lots of love. Marsha will always hold a special place in our hearts.

  2. To my dearest Marsha, from the day our boys, Chris and Austin, shared their Bar Mitzvah 14 years ago, you touched my heart with your unconditional love, your beautiful smile and your infectious laughter. Our friendship, sista, will be etched in my heart forever. Grateful that your last words to me were, ‘love you Nita girl.’ I love you too Marsha sweetheart. May you Rest in Peace. My deepest sympathy and love to Jimmy, Chase, Christopher and Paula.

  3. Audrey Levy says:

    Marsha’s kind spirit will live on forever. She always filled a room with laughter, singing and love to all her friends and made each and every one feel special when she smiled. I will miss you my dear friend ..but we will see each other again. Keep dancing and singing with the Angels.
    Our heartfelt sympathy to Jimmy, Chase, Christopher and Paula.
    Much love and prayers at this most difficult time.
    Audrey and Michael

  4. I am immeasurably saddened by the passing of Marsha and don’t know the words to fully express my sympathy to Jim, Chase, Christopher, Paula, and the rest of the family.

    My memories of “Dimples” goes back to the day after she was brought home from the hospital. After that, while we all lived in Stanton Heights, there were family dinners, holidays, and birthdays galore, or even merely milk and cookies after school , and we celebrated them all together. Once we grew and left Pittsburgh, we saw less of each other, but always reveled in any phone calls or time spent together.

    Marsha was always the perfect mix of her mother’s craziness and her aunt’s (my mother) affinity for all people. Consequently, she ended up the perfect mix that everyone could not help but instantly love. The sun will shine less bright with her gone but her memory will brighten even the stormiest of days.

  5. Paula Dunn says:

    RIP sweet Marsha! Our lives will never be the same without you in it. We will forever remember your beautiful smile, your infectious laugh, your selfless nature, along with the stories we will continue to share that make us laugh till we cry. We will think of you every day for the rest of our lives. There will never be another Meg in this world!

    Your loving sister Paula, your wonderful brother-in-law Alan and your 3 adoring nephews, Bary, Scott and Brian.

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