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September 11, 2023
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Heaven gained another angel when Kathleen Meyers passed away on September 11, 2023. Kathleen of the South Side, known by family and friends as Kay, Inky, Speedy, will be remembered for her undying kindness which was contagious in so many ways. Everyone will remember her numerous reminder texts to alert people of birthdays and anniversaries so everyone could be showered with love on their special day. People were also showered with gifts as she never showed up empty handed to a function, but would rather have her bag of goodies to be shared with all (the same bag which served a double duty to then return home with any leftovers offered to her!) And no one ever went short on a laugh as she exhausted her joke books to send many jokes and riddles to make people smile.
She loved all things cats, with many pictures decorating her house, and the water, as remembered by all of those that experienced white water rafting or boating with her! But her fondest memory was the large family trip to Aruba where she could be found enjoying the beautiful scenery and relaxing on the beach with so many loved ones.
In her free time, she could often be found playing cards, even though most couldn't last as long as she could! Or playing scrabble, but don't try to put down a word that she couldn't find in the scrabble dictionary because she would be sure to challenge you! Or back-floating in the ocean for endless hours at the beach. Or laughing while playing the piano at family functions-Turkey in the Straw was her favorite!
She will be sadly missed, but the memories she helped to create will be cherished by her surviving friends and family including brothers Paul (Bernadette), Ricky (Carol), and Michael (Dawn); nieces/nephews Angie (Jason), Jennifer, Logan, Liam, Lex and Locke; and great nieces/nephews Jackson, Isabella, Scarlett, and Adelaide. She will now be reunited with those that passed before her including her father, Paul, Sr, her mother, Helen, as well as many other beloved family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, Kay has always requested that donations be made to Special Olympics or Suncrest Hospice-Pittsburgh, 300 Penn Center Blvd., Suite 120, Monroeville, PA. 15146.
For those wanting to celebrate Kay's life, please join us at Thomas J. Gmiter Funeral Home, 2323 E. Carson St. on Friday from 5:00 PM until time of service at 7:30 PM. Interment private.