June 08, 2023 - January 17, 2004
age 48 of Adams Twp. Died at her residence on Sat. 1-17-04. Beloved Wife of Gary Grimm, Mother of Jeremy J., Erich T., and Christopher S. Grimm. Daughter of Steven and Jacqueline Ross Kavulic. Sister of Linda Grindle, Karen Destro, and Amy Barbarino. Daughter in law of Robert J. And Rose L. Grimm. Also survived by Brothers in law, sisters in law, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Visitation Tuesday 2-4, 7-9 PM at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp.
Additional visitation Wed. 9:00 AM until time of Service at 10:00 AM at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and School, 330 Hannahstown Rd. Cabot.
In Lieu of Flowers contributions may be made to St. Luke’s Lutheran School, 330 Hannahstown Rd. Cabot, Pa. 16023.
Love is…”knowing that the other person will always be with you regardless of what happens, missing the other person when he or she is away, but remaining near in heart at all times”.
A month ago I mourned your death, today I celebrate your eternal life in heaven. I love you Mickey!
Your sister Linda
You will always be a very special person to our family, and our memories will last forever.
May you rest in Peace.
Chuck & Mary Grimm
Thanks for being the sister I never had. I will miss you.
My Dear Mickey,
I AM SO PROUD OF YOU! You had complete and absolute faith and courage throughout your entire illness. You had clarity and loving forethought in everything you did since your diagnosis. I am completely in awe of that. Your sentimental gifts, comforting conversations, and warm kisses provided me with the knowledge that you were in God’s constant care. You truly were a faithful servant and I am so proud to say that you are my sister. I will always love you Mickey and I promise to be a continual presence in both your boys and Gary’s lives. We will continue to grow in your love. Rest now my sweet sister…YOU FOUGHT A VALIANTLY…rest.
Your sister, Karen
My dearest, my love, my life.
One week ago I held your hand, prayed with you, and we locked eyes for one last hour. You never gave up, through this walk we call life. I will never forget our love, and everything that you gave me. You gave me the boys, You gave me the best friendship I could have ever asked for, you gave me your “Love Untill Eternity”. With the Lords help, I will try my best with the boys, but I still will need your help. I know where you are, and how to reach you, and as we said last friday, “We will be together again, in just a blink of an eye.”
I promise. Untill we are together again, I will love you with all my heart!
“Well done, good and Faithful servent”
As I sit here tonight, a week later, I still find myself saying “wake up… it’s only a dream”. Yet, I look at the family and see the grief and pain in their faces and in their voices. I can’t imagine when it will be easy to comprehend. I still remember so many things growing up- one of Mickey and I and our matching overalls with our names on the front pockets… SHE made. Just as she’s made my children’s Christmas stockings I fondle and lovingly place on my fireplace Christmas after Christmas. In these last few weeks it seemed to be my turn to take care of you as you have for me in my growing up. Swapping of responsibilities so to speak… me becoming your manicurist. That I truly will remember. I love you, Mick. We all love you.
We will miss you our darling daughter.
Sleep forever peaceful Mickey! We love you!