Kimberly Kenney-Ciarimboli, 63, of Greensburg, passed away on Saturday June 5, 2021. She was born on July 23, 1957 in Greensburg, the daughter of Dolores (Placey) of Youngwood and the late Alfred Kenney. Kim held a Masters in Public Health. She started out her career as a dental hygienist. She then advanced to the director of the Dental Center in Westmoreland Hospital. While continuing her professional career, Kim continued work at the hospital, where she moved to the Director of Ambulatory Care and Outpatient services. After some time, she became the Chief Operating Officer of Pavilion X. Due to health issues, Kim worked from home as the owner and consultant of K & KC Consulting firm. Kim believed in a strong work ethic. Everything she did, was done with hard work and dedication. Kim was involved with the Westmoreland Case Management, where she was a board member for 10 years. She loved to travel and be with her family and friends. Kim will be remembered and missed by her mother Dolores Kenney of Youngwood; her loving husband, Gary Ciarimboli; her beloved children, Kelsey Ciarimboli ESQ. and her partner, John, of Newport Beach, CA.; her son Cameron Ciarimboli and fiancé, Jessica, of Pittsburgh; her niece, Hope and nephew, Mitch Kenney; her sister and brother in law, Karen and Tracy Merrick. Kim is also survived by her beloved dogs, Blaze, Blytzzi and Remi. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her brother Kevin Kenney; her special uncle and aunt, Norm and Helen Cunningham; her uncles, Victor and Edward Placey. There will be a private visitation, for Immediate Family only, on Tuesday, June 8, from 3-6 PM. in the C. Richard McCauley Funeral Home Inc. A Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, June 9, at 1:30 Pm. in the Holy Cross Church in Youngwood, with Father William McGuirk officiating. Everyone is asked to please go directly to church. Interment will follow in the St. Clair Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Animal Friends of Westmoreland, 216 Depot St. Youngwood.
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