OBITUARY

Kimberly K Overcash

September 19, 1962January 6, 2021

Kimberly Kaye Overcash, 58, of Greene Township passed from this life on January 06, 2021 very suddenly.

Born September 19, 1962, the daughter of Glenn and Jean (Rock) Mentzer.

She is survived by her husband of 39 years, Stephen Ray Overcash; her mother Jean; and her brothers Glenn and Kevin Mentzer.

She is preceded in death by her father Glenn.

A graveside service for the immediate family will be held in Parklawns Memorial Gardens; 3218 Philadelphia Ave, Chambersburg, PA 17201.

In lieu of flowers the family requests any memorial donations be made to New Franklin Assembly of God; 2355 New Franklin Rd, Chambersburg, PA 17202.

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Kim Herb

January 27, 2021

Kim was such an amazing friend. She was one of those friends that you didn't have to see for a year and could pick up right where you left off never missing a beat!!
She entered a room with such confidence, that she lit up the whole room.
I waited on her and Steve for 11 years at Hoss's. I am sooo grateful that she just wasn't a regular guest but she was my dear friend. Kim also came and surprised me on Oct. 3 at our Fall Festival in Boiling Springs. I am so glad she did bc you never know what a day will bring. Steve we love you and we are here if you need anything at all. You are in our prayers!!! God Bless!!!

Dan Rubeck

January 21, 2021

Hi Steve.
I’m in shock. I’m so very sorry for your loss. I know what your going through. Prayers for you and family. If you need me to talk to send me an email. dmrubeck@gmail.com I’d be more than glad to talk and Listen to you. Lean on God for comfort. God Bless. Again so very sorry and shocked to hear about this. Let me know if you need to talk. Take care.
Dan Rubeck

John Davis

January 17, 2021

Kim was one of the strongest managers and one of the best friends I ever had. She will be missed.

Melinda Gilbert

January 14, 2021

Kim was the sweetest, if she saw me passing she always waved. Every Christmas she made sure my family got our cookies. If she was outside when i got to her house we always had a great chat. Just recently I saw her and Steve out and I could have stood and talked to her forever, she was just that way. Kind and friendly and the only person i know who walked every day in any weather. I will miss her so much. Sending prayers to Steve and her family.

Kim McKenrick Cuff

January 14, 2021

Oh I'm so sorry to see this. We shared laughs at Hoss when Steve and Kim came in to eat. Always had a smile and so sweet. Steve im so very sorry to hear this. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you. Hugs. Kim Hull Mckenrick Cuff

Kyle Shover

January 11, 2021

My fondest memories of Aunt Kim were a sleepover or two, the one time swimming in a creek behind her house and she always had cute dogs. Visiting her over the holidays, eating good food at her house and her coming to our house for Christmas get togethers. She always welcomed you with a beautiful smile, no matter how long it had been since you last saw her.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY