Carey Lynn Reimer

Carey Lynn Reimer passed away September 25th in a fatal car accident in Orlando Florida. Carey was a beautiful, bright, intelligent, driven, and loved 26 year old woman born in Lancaster, PA on February 24th, 1994.

She lived all over the country, making many friends and enjoying life experiences. She was a competitive cheerleader from age 7, winning several state and national championships with her teams. Carey was an NCAA Division 1 cheerleader at Mercer University, where she received her diploma in psychology and minored in business and marketing. She was in the process of completing her master’s degree in Behavioral Therapy.

Carey planned on being a behavior therapist for children, until she could open her own business. She loved to help people and was a devoted and loyal friend. Carey modeled and was employed by Hooters of America.

She is preceded in death by her father Stephen Reimer, her paternal grandfather Donald Reimer, maternal grandparents Lynn and Doris Conner, and her cousins David Reimer Jr. and Shawn Conner. Carey Lynn is survived by her parents, Cathy Jo and Gianluca Sciagata and her brothers Andrew Reimer and Alessandro Sciagata.

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8 Responses to Carey Lynn Reimer

  1. Julia Ranker Kimbrough says:

    My heart goes out to you and your family, Cathy. My words will never heal your pain, but please know my thoughts and prayers are for you at this time. Love you my friend.

  2. Jonele Pagan says:

    Carey will be greatly missed. I will always cherish the memories we made throughout our childhood. Your family is in our thoughts.

    • Carol Jenkins says:

      Dear Cathy, Luca and Andrew,
      We are so sorry to hear about this. Our hearts go out to you . My daughter Leighanne and Carey played together when you lived on Doc Henry Rd in Woody Creek ( and Andrew and Paul played hockey together).I think that was about 18 years ago. I have a sweet Halloween photo of Leighanne, Carey and the Graber twins waiting for the school bus- I’d love to send you a copy. Saying prayers for you all

  3. Alison Grimes says:

    My husband and I have been heart- broken at your loss. We are deeply saddened that we had not had the opportunity to meet her. Our son Josh, spoke so highly of how sweet and beautiful she was. Of her desire to work with children. We are so sorry she is gone at this young age – but
    thankful that our son got to meet and know the beautiful girl you raised. We will pray for strength and peace for your family. (Alison and Paul Grimes)

  4. Robin Dykes-Pippin says:

    Cathy I am so, so sorry. Carey was such a sweet and amazing girl, please know that I am praying for you and your family.

  5. Kim L Sterner says:

    Cathy, so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family as I know it will be a rough road ahead. Memories will keep her spirit alive.

  6. Arthur Smith says:

    I really cant believe this is real. I had just talked to her a few months ago via social media. My prayers are with you and your family. She will forever be loved and missed!

  7. Greg Bierly says:

    Cathy and family, we are so sorry for your loss. We wish we could be there to support you guys.

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