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Kim Louie Perez Oteyza

12 noviembre , 197713 septiembre , 2021
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On Monday, September 13, 2021, Kim found his way to eternal peace. Born in Manila, The Philippines, he was welcomed into his American family in 1980. Kim was known by so many as a beautiful friend, mentor, advocate, and protector. He supported many individuals in their fight for sobriety, and volunteered countless hours for the organizations which promoted Clean Living. He was accomplished in Martial Arts but was most proud of becoming an ordained minister so he could officiate at his brother, Nate’s wedding.

Kim is survived by His parents, Charlotte and Ross Oteyza, his Soulmate Karen Clark and her children Preston and Olivia, Sisters Lisa Marie Grzybowski (David), and Angela Eisenacher (Tony), brothers Paul Martin and Nate Oteyza (April), Nephew Gavin Martin (Lauren), Nieces Genevieve Grzybowski, Savannah Cash, Seraphina Oteyza, Great-Nieces Evelyn and Eleanor Martin, and many Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Relatives and friends are invited to gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air on Saturday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm, where a memorial service will be held at 4 pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his name to: Addiction Connection Resource 1804 Harford Road Fallston, MD 21047

https://acrhelps.org/donate

Servicios

  • Visitation

    sábado, 18 septiembre , 2021

  • Memorial Service

    sábado, 18 septiembre , 2021

  • Visitation

    sábado, 18 septiembre , 2021

Recuerdos

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Glenn Bacon

18 septiembre , 2021

We first met when we lived together in recovery 2011 -2012. I was older by more than 20 years. You were big,loud and had a Big head. LOL. Little afraid of you a first sight. But your laugh was infectious and your heart was big. It was early recovery and we all found out we really were more alike then we could ever be different. Seems like we went to hundreds of meetings together and got food after. Over the years we stayed in touch on phone and got together a few times a year to catch up. You always called me when life was good as well as when it was bad. I'm going to miss you. Your struggle is over. Your pain is gone. As they say. Your in a better place and we are the ones left here to suffer. In time we will be Ok. And one day we will meet again. Thanks for the fellowship and all the laughs. Love You Kim.❤️

Michael and Linda Gilbert

18 septiembre , 2021

Sorry that we were not able to make it there today. However, we did want to share some memories of Kim.
We knew both Kim and his brother Nate from the Karate classes that Michael taught. Kim was a handsome young man and always polite and well mannered in our presence. He was a great athlete and put 100% into this sport. We could see how much he loved and cared for his younger brother Nate.
Although we moved away and lost touch, we heard that he had become a minister. We could see that Kim felt things very deeply, and it is not surprising that he chose such a noble profession.
The Oteyza family is in our hearts and prayers today and in the coming days ahead. Kim will be greatly missed. It was our honor to be his martial arts instructors, and his friends.
Michael and Linda Gilbert

Jennifer Deckman

18 septiembre , 2021

Kim was a good person with a huge heart. I will remember the good times; his goofy sense of humor, his generosity, his gratitude for life and his wonderful smile.
May he rest in eternal peace. 💗

Lauren Wood

18 septiembre , 2021

Kim had the biggest heart.
When he was staying with me, every night that we went out he would get dressed and pop his head in my grandmother's room and always asked her how he looked. He would say "How do I look Ms. Anne?" And she would get such a kick out of him. He was her favorite out of all my friends.
He was so outgoing and his personality was addictive. He will live on in my heart always.
To his family & Karen,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Stay safe and please let me know if there is anything I can do.

Bob & Janet Wilmoth

17 septiembre , 2021

So sorry to hear this about Kim.
He died way too early.
I am so glad he has so many friends who say these great things about him. That helps make life successful.

Janice Clark

17 septiembre , 2021

Kim,

You are loving and kind and will be missed. Thank you for being part of our family.

Janice and Kelly

Cory Snee

17 septiembre , 2021

Kim was a loyal friend who wanted nothing more than to see those around him happy. I’ll never forget his never ending sense of humor, even during the most adverse times. My deepest condolences go out to his family and friends. Rest easy brother. ❤️

Leroy hlubb

17 septiembre , 2021

Grew up with Kim in Bright oaks.in bel air.alot of good times with you brother. Rest easy brother

Chris Greene

16 septiembre , 2021

Kim you were a good man and one of the best friends I ever had. If I needed you you were there and the same with me. We had a long distance relationship but we always found time to keep track of each other. I will miss you so much brother. Every time we got off the phone I always told you Love you. I will see you soon buddy. Be sure to show me your favorite things to do when I get called home.

Stephanie Cremen

16 septiembre , 2021

Kim has been a good friend to me for just about half of my life. He was always there for me. I could talk to him about anything with no fear of judgment. I am proud and grateful to have been part of his life, the good times and the bad. Rest peacefully, my friend. I am so sorry for the family's loss. Please if I can do anything to help let me know. I would be honored.

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On Monday, September 13, 2021, Kim found his way to eternal peace. Born in Manila, The Philippines, he was welcomed into his American family in 1980. Kim was known by so many as a beautiful friend, mentor, advocate, and protector. He supported many individuals in their fight for sobriety, and volunteered countless hours for the organizations which promoted Clean Living. He was accomplished in Martial Arts but was most proud of becoming an ordained minister so he could officiate at his brother, Nate’s wedding.

Kim is survived by His parents, Charlotte and Ross Oteyza, his Soulmate Karen Clark and her children Preston and Olivia, Sisters Lisa Marie Grzybowski (David), and Angela Eisenacher (Tony), brothers Paul Martin and Nate Oteyza (April), Nephew Gavin Martin (Lauren), Nieces Genevieve Grzybowski, Savannah Cash, Seraphina Oteyza, Great-Nieces Evelyn and Eleanor Martin, and many Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Relatives and friends are invited to gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air on Saturday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm, where a memorial service will be held at 4 pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his name to:
Addiction Connection Resource
1804 Harford Road
Fallston, MD 21047