Tyler Levi Ciarimboli, 19, of Donora and formerly of Scottdale, passed away unexpectedly Monday, September 27, 2021, in Mon Valley Hospital.
He was born May 19, 2002 at Camp LeJune, North Carolina, the son of Todd Michael Ciarimboli and Tarrah L. Linderman Pritts.
Tyler attended Southmoreland High School until the 8th Grade and graduated from PA Cyber in 2020. He presently was enrolled at Pittsburgh Technical College for Computer Programming, where he made High Honors in January and Highest Honors in August.
He was also employed by Giant Eagle of Fisher Heights at a Baker.
Tyler is gone from our lives and will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him,
His loving Parents,
Todd Michael Ciarimboli and wife Angie of East Butler
Tarrah Linderman Pritts and husband William of Donora
Troy and Tori Ciarimboli of Donora
His Step Siblings:
Aaron and Jordan Lusky of East Butler
Brian, Kara and Brody Pritts of Connellsville
His Maternal Grandparents:
Ilene and James Linderman of Scottdale
His Paternal Grandparents:
Timothy and Marcia Ciarimboli of South Greensburg
His Maternal Great Grandmother:
Karen Corbett of Dunlevy
Shawn Linderman of Scottdale
His Two Aunts:
Christy Ciarimboli of South Greensburg
Lisa Ciarimboli of Pittsburgh
And a number of Step Grandparents, Step Uncles, Aunts and Cousins, all who loved him dearly.
Tyler’s family cordially invites Family and Friends to the Frank Kapr Funeral Home, Inc. 417 Pittsburgh St. Scottdale on Thursday, September 30, 2021, from 2PM – 8PM.
His Funeral Service will be held Friday, October 1, 2021, at 11AM in the Funeral Home, with Rev. David Janz of the United Methodist Church of Butler.
Committal Services and Interment will follow in Scottdale Cemetery.
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