Kimberly Susan Yoho, 57

Kimberly Susan Yoho, 57, of Columbiana, OH, passed away unexpectedly on September 24, 2022.

Kim was born on May 16, 1965, to Frank N. Yoho, Jr. and Mable Minteer in New Brighton, PA.

Kim was a 1983 graduate of Lincoln High School. She pursued a career in nursing and graduated from St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University, and finally completed her education with her Master of Science in Health Sciences with a specialization in Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) from LaRoche University.

She was most recently employed at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon, WV. In her free time, she enjoyed traveling, shopping, caring for her dogs, and watching her nieces play sports.

Kim is survived by her mother, Mable Minteer of Koppel, PA, her three siblings Lisa R. Swift (Gary) of Cranberry Twp., PA, David Yoho of Aliquippa, PA, Beth N. Marshall, two nieces Averi and Addison Marshall of Columbiana, OH, and her beloved dogs Sadie and Sookie.

Kim is preceded in death by her father, Frank N. Yoho Jr.

Visitation will be held at the Marshall Funeral Home, 200 Fountain Ave. Ellwood City, PA on September 30, 2022 from 4:00 to 7:00.

A Blessing Service will be at the Funeral Home on October 1, 2022 at 11 am conducted by Father Mark Thomas. Interment will follow in Clinton Cemetery in Wampum, PA.

In lieu of flowers family suggests contributions in her name be sent to a local Humane Society.

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14 thoughts on “Kimberly Susan Yoho, 57

  1. This is such a hard thing to do to express our Sorrow for the loss of your Loved one.
    Kim was such a Loving Compassionate Person.
    Wonderful Nurse and a Great Aunt to her Sweet Nieces
    Averi and Addison. Also she has 2 adopted nieces that
    just Loved her always so much fun to be with
    Kelly & Charlotte.
    Kim you will be missed especially your smile.
    Your at Peace now
    Love to Mable and Your Family ?
    Russell & Sheila Harsh. ?

  2. Mable, Lisa,Beth,Averie, Addison, and David, I am so sorry for your loss.I feel like I know you all because Kim talked about you all the time . She loved her family. Kim was a great coworker and great at her job . We bonded because we grew up in the same area. I grew up in Chester WV. She loved the dogs and of coarse the STEELERS. We lost a great person from our work family. She will be missed. Loved her and will miss her calling me Mar. We worked together all day Friday and we had a good day, She was happy all day. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Stay strong. Remembering Kim ” the best”. Love , Mary Ann Stankus

  3. I am honored and blessed that Kim was a big part of our family’s lives. Her goodness, energy, intelligence. compassion, humor and million dollar smile.. All gifts to everyone who spent 1 minute with her. She is loved.

  4. Kim was such a wonderful person and co-worker. She is going to be missed by many of us here at St. Joseph’s Hospital. I am so very sorry for the family and their great loss. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

  5. Deepest condolences to the family, friends and fur babies. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will miss her vivacious spirit and getting the opportunity to work with her.

  6. I’m so sad to hear about Kim. I worked with Kim during her time in the surgery department at Alliance hospital. She was a wonderful and kind person. Thoughts and prayers to her family. ❤️

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Kim at St. Joseph’s Hospital and it was always a pleasure. She was a very caring CRNA, she will be greatly missed.

  8. I am so sorry for your loss. Kim was such a wonderful person and coworker. She is greatly missed. Prayers for her family, she always talked about you all❤️

  9. So very sorry for your loss! Kim will be greatly missed by her work family here at St. Joseph’s Hospital. She was always smiling and could make anyone laugh! She was a wonderful person, friend, and CRNA! I always loved seeing her when she would bring patients up post-op on the weekends because I always knew I was in for a good laugh! Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers! <3

  10. I could write a book with all the funny stories I have from working with Kim for almost 7 years. One thing for sure was she always made sure we knew how much she loved us, and her family, and of course the dogs. I will never forget her.

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