Kimberly A. SCARPA
NEWPORT NEWS - Kim Ann Scarpa, 53, passed away peacefully surrounded by the love of family on Oct. 18, 2011.
She was born June 1, 1958, at Fort Benning, Ga. She was an Army "brat" and enjoyed extensive travel with her family to include Fort Bragg, N.C., Okinawa, Albecurque, N.M., Fort Monroe, Va., and Germany where she graduated from Wiesbaden High School.
Kim was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Ellen Neary Sturgis; her son, Joshua and her mother-in-law and friend, Eileen Scarpa.
She is survived by her loving husband and best friend, Michael Scarpa of 23 years and her beloved sons, Jared and Christopher; her father, Col. (Ret) Kenneth K. and Mrs. Dickinson; her sister, Kara Tench and her husband, Rob and her three nephews, Zach, Alec and Noah. Holding onto fond memories of Kim are her extended Scarpa family, Laura, Nichoel, Alan, Lynn, Kathleen and many nieces and nephews.
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Published in Daily Press from Oct. 26 to Oct. 27, 2011.
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October 26, 2011
My heart aches for the loss of such a great lady,I wish the years & miles had not separated us but she always had a special place in my heart...I enjoyed when the boys were young back in K&Q county and the mini vavations to Va.Beach that we shared the good times and the little chats, we had alot of the same issues so I guess thats why we had such a good friendship. I know she loved her boys that was her life always trying to make them happy and doing things with them.I pray God sends PEACE,COMFORT and fill all the lonely days ahead with all the sweet memories and love she shared.I sit and think of all the flowers she would grow and was always busy decorating to make her home beautiful,each day brings a new memory.I will continue to pray daily and if yal need a friend we are only a phone call away...Love & God BLess
Rhonda Walton & family
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