Kimberly Ann Segilia

Hazelton, Pennsylvania


April 3, 2018
Hazelton, Pennsylvania


Fierro Funeral Service - Hazleton Obituary

Kimberly Ann Segilia, 55, of Hazleton passed away Tuesday morning.

Born in Ashland, she was the daughter of Anthony L. and Jeanette (Frye) Mirarchi of Hazleton.

Kim was a medical assistant at the Lehigh Valley Hospital satellite in Hometown. She was also the owner/operator of Grammy's Mixes.

Kim was an avid reader, enjoyed crocheting and loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Preceding her in death was her brother, Bruce Mirarchi.

Surviving, in addition to her parents, are her husband, Michael Segilia; a daughter, Jennifer Lee, Hazle Twp.; a son, Christopher Michael Segilia, Hazleton; a brother, Anthony Mirarchi, Hazleton; grandchildren, Brayden Michael and Cameron Michael; along with several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Fierro Funeral Home, 26 W. Second St., Hazleton.

A memorial Mass will be celebrated at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the American Cancer Society at www.can would be appreciated by the family.

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May you rest in peace, and may your family find comfort in this very difficult time.

Ive known Kim for over 40 years with many fond memories. I know her family was everything to her. She will watch over them daily and help them through this difficult time. Rest In Peace my friend

I knew Kim a long time. She was a great person we only kept in touch through Facebook lately. So sorry for your loss. Prayers Mike, Jennifer and Chris and for her parents and brother and grandsons.

My deepest sympathy to Kim's family. I worked with her through Fifth Gear and kept up with her through FB. She was a warm hearted and friendly lady who adored her family.

I am so very sorry to hear of Kim's passing. A true shock. I had worked with her at Tabcom and kept in touch through Facebook with her. She was a great lady. She loved you all so so much. I will pray for all of you through this difficult time.

Kim was a WONDERFUL person! She always looked at the positive side of things. It was so good to talk to her because she always had something to chuckle about.
She was a hard working person. If it wasnt for her strength and work with Mike and his friends, the HAYBL never wouldve existed or lasted years. That was a wonderful thing for our children. Its existence was a testament to her dedication.
Her passing is a great loss.
My family and I pass our deepest sympathies to...

I am very sorry to hear of Kim's passing. I worked with her at Tabcom. She was such a nice person.