Kimberly Dziabis, 59

Kimberly Dziabis, age 59, passed away peacefully on July 4, 2017, surrounded by her loving family at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Kim fought a long courageous battle with cancer.

She is survived by her husband David (married 1994), her parents, Peter and Gale Zucker of Williamsburg, Va., brothers Chris (Mary) of Howell, Mich., Todd (Christine) of Stony Point, N.Y., Scott (Heather) of Mooresville, N.C., and cherished nieces and nephews.

She graduated from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y., with a bachelor’s degree in communications/journalism. Kim’s career began in ad sales for a radio group where she excelled, met lifelong friends and quickly rose through the ranks to become general manager of WRMM in Rochester.

While living in Leesburg, Va., she opened her own retail boutique, Madisonbelle, and operated it successfully and passionately for 10 years. Kim loved making women feel confident and great about themselves. Kim sold her store prior to moving to NYC where she has lived the last two years.

Kim’s legacy will be most remembered as a loving wife, wonderful sister, caring aunt, and cherished friend. She was a mentor to family and friends with a generous heart and gorgeous smile. She was an amazing planner, organizer of family events and leader of shopping trips with her family and a warrior to the end.

A gathering and service to celebrate Kim’s life will be held at Crestwood Funeral Home, 445 West 43rd St, NYC, on Friday, July 14 from 1-5 p.m. At 4p.m., prayers and a celebration service will begin.

In memory of Kim, flowers are welcomed and appreciated, as well as contributions to the following foundations: In honor of Kim’s mom, Alzheimer’s Association,, and in honor of Kim and Dave’s dear friend Matt White, Matt White Cure ALS Foundation,

A gathering and visitation will be held at Saint Robert’s Catholic Church, 1203 State Road 114 East, North Manchester, on Monday, July 17 from noon-2pm followed immediately with a Mass. Interment will take place following the Mass at Oaklawn Cemetery, 600 Beckley St., North Manchester.

Flowers can be sent directly to Saint Robert’s Catholic Church for the Monday service.


Posted on 2017 Jul 11