In Remembrance of Karissa Madelyn Kime

Karissa Madelyn Kime

Karissa Madelyn Kime

Dunmore, PA October 29, 1989 ~ January 30, 2014 Date of Service: February 1, 2014

Karissa Madelyn Kime, 24, Dunmore, passed away Thursday morning in Celtic Hospice Inpatient Unit in Dunmore after a brief illness while surrounded by her loving family.

Born in Plains, PA she was the daughter of Eugene and Sandra Domenick Kime of Dunmore. Karissa was a graduate of Dunmore High School Class of 2008 and attended Pennsylvania State University at the Worthington Campus in Dunmore. She enjoyed swimming and was an avid billiards player in which she enjoyed playing with her dad and competing in various local pool leagues. She had two dogs that she treasured, Penny and Kodie, and had a passion for country music and dancing. She enjoyed driving and was proud of her 2004 Mustang convertible.

Karissa was an extremely caring, dedicated, and compassionate daughter who took care of her father while he recovered from his illness. She was truly daddy’s little girl. She was also a loyal and generous friend.

Karissa will be sorely missed by her mom and dad, more than words can express at this difficult time.

Also surviving is her paternal grandfather, Herbert T. Kime, Dunmore, an aunt and godmother, Marilyn Graff and her husband Jerry, Clarks Summit, Uncles Herbert Kime and his wife Lettie, Scranton, Tim Kime and his wife Stacey, Covington Twp., and Joseph Kime, Dunmore, an aunt, Teresa Kime, Dunmore, a godfather and cousin, William Domenick III, cousins she was extremely close with Patricia and Ronald Taroli, Scranton, Judy Bohn, Old Forge, Eugene Piccoletti, Moosic, and Tommy and Bobby Piccoletti, Old Forge, Jerry Micketon, NJ, Brian Graff, Clarks Summit, Jeff Graff, Aston, PA, Greg Kime and Elaine Kime both of Tampa Bay, FL, Joe Kime, Christine Ruggiero, and Kelly McHugh, all of Dunmore, Mary Kime, Gouldsboro, Jackie Kime, Moscow, and Corey Kime, Covington, LA, Amber Talerico, Amanda Domenick, and Jason Domenick, all of Dunmore, Deann Domenick, Dunmore, Nicole Davies, Dunmore, Laresa Dunda, Scranton, Nicholas Dunda, Dunmore, and Debra Domenick, Dunmore, her boyfriend, Kevin Messer, Uniondale, and numerous extended family and friends.

She was preceded in death by paternal grandmother Mary A. Kime, maternal grandparents, Madelyn R. and William V. Domenick, and an Uncle William Domenick Jr.

The funeral will be Saturday in the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc. 318 East Drinker Street in Dunmore with a blessing service at 6pm by Rev. Joseph Sica.

Friends may call from 2pm-6pm.

The Kime family requests that in Karissa’s honor everyone please dress comfortably and jeans/casual as this is what she would have wanted.

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John F. Igoe Jr.
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Deepest Condolences
Reply #23 on : Mon February 03, 2014, 10:30:21
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My deepest condolences to the entire Kime Family on this tragic loss. I was so sorry to read of the passing of Karissa Madelyn. I have no words that can ease your pain but please know that I will keep your entire family in my thoughts and prayers for healing. May she rest in peace.

Sincerely,
John F. Igoe Jr.
(You may remember me as Sean, son of Jack and Jule Igoe(RIP)
Anonymous
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Re: In Remembrance of Karissa Madelyn Kime
Reply #22 on : Sun February 02, 2014, 09:20:39
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My deepest condolence to the Kime family. I was never really close with Karissa, but close enough share a few conversations while attending Dunmore High School. I have since moved out of the area, but continue to read the local newspaper daily. When you read something so tragic it really hits home. My thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of Karissa.

Rest Easy
Pastor Paul and Beth Howden
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Karissa Kime
Reply #21 on : Sat February 01, 2014, 16:02:50
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Dear Sandy and family,
We are so sorry about your beautiful daughter, Karissa. Words cannot express our sadness and sympathy at such a heartbreaking loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, and we pray that the Lord will uphold you and somehow comfort you in the days to come.
Sincerely,
Pastor Paul and Beth Howden from Grace R.E. Church
Brittany Condon
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Re: In Remembrance of Karissa Madelyn Kime
Reply #20 on : Sat February 01, 2014, 14:55:08
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Karissa you will be forever missed! You were a great person you didn't deserve to die young You were were a friend that was not like everyone else very caring to Larissa family I'm very sorry for your loss! If you need anything at all call me at 5705916257
julie flis bennett
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karissa kime
Reply #19 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 23:57:06
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my deepest sympathy to sandy and gene karissa was the light in her dads eyes and the beating of her moms heart she will be missed by everyone that knew her ,karissa you are now your mom and dads guardian angel forever
Heather Okun Demuth
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my condolences
Reply #18 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 13:35:27
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My heart is breaking for the entire family. Karissa was such a sweet, kind and loving girl. I still picture her as a little girl swimming and having fun with her dog Penny. She is now a true angel above watching over everyone.
Rest in peace Karissa
Greg Kime
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Re: In Remembrance of Karissa Madelyn Kime
Reply #17 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 13:20:03
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I am so sorry Sandie and Gene.
Joanne Gorski
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YOUR ANGEL IN HEAVEN
Reply #16 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 13:14:48
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Sandie and Gene: Words cannot express how truly sorry I am for your loss. I remember the day Karissa came into your life and the glow that came into Sandie's eyes whenever she spoke of her at work. She was a beautiful young woman whose memory will forever be carried in your hearts. God Bless You and your family. Rest in peace Karissa.
Cataldo Joseph Arvonio
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Remembrance of Karissa
Reply #15 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 11:51:28
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My name is cataldo. I didn't know Karissa personally, but I was friends with karissas ex Shaun Zindle and am friends with Amber Talerico. Myself and family send our deepest condolences and even though I am disabled, I will be attending the viewing and the 6:00 prayer. My parents wish to attend but are also disabled. I sincerely am sorry and have shed tears that the lord can take such a lovely girl. The saying the good die young does apply and I pray for her and the family and that the family stays strong thru this tragedy. Thank You - Cataldo Joseph Arvonnio
Donna and Michael Miller
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So Very Sorry
Reply #14 on : Fri January 31, 2014, 09:25:39
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Sandy and Gene words cannot even begin to express how sorry we are for this tragedy. We love Karissa and know that she will be your guardian angel along with her Grandparents and others who have met her in Heaven. We are here for you both.
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