Jeremy Kirkpatrick Obituary, Death – Jeremy S. was transported to Forbes Regional Hospital in Monroeville following his involvement in a collision involving a motorcycle; however, he was unable to recover from the injuries he sustained there and was subsequently pronounced dead. His parents, Paul Kirkpatrick and Susan (Moyer) Kirkpatrick, welcomed him into the world on September 10th, 1982, in the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He was their first child together.
Johnstown is where he got his start in life. Before he left, two other members of his family, a great-uncle named Regis Kline and an aunt named Cynthia Moyer, had also parted ways with the family. Before he was even born, both of his grandfathers, Lewis Moyer and Rupert Kirkpatrick, had already left this world. His biological grandfather was a man named Rupert Kirkpatrick.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brother, Shawn Kirkpatrick (and his wife, Lynette), who resides in Carrolltown; his sister, Jessica Farabaugh (and her husband, Jon), who resides in Ebensburg; his nieces and nephews, Tyler, Pamela, and Braeden; and his grandmothers, Marion Moyer, who resides in Ebensburg, and Helen Kirkpatrick, who resides in Carrolltown. His mother and father were married
who makes their home in Carrolltown, as well as a cherished family member who goes by the name Rose Jeremy was prepared to go to the subsequent level of his education after completing his studies in the Nuclear Engineering Department of the United States Navy and Cambria Heights High School respectively, both of which he completed in 2005. In addition to his studies at Penn Highlands Community College at the time that this sentence was composed, he was a student there at the same time.
He was a faithful adherent of God and a member in good standing at the St. Benedict Catholic Church in Carrolltown, where he attended worship services on a regular basis. He was known for his deep devotion to God. On Wednesday evening, a vigil for the departed will be held at the Stevens Funeral Home Inc., which is located at 146 North Main Street in the Carrolltown neighborhood of Carroll County. The Stevens Funeral Home Inc. In remembrance of individuals who have passed away, an event will be organized in their honor.