Melissa M. Biro, age 48, of Transfer, passed away Saturday, May 21, 2022 in UPMC Presbyterian Pittsburgh.
She was born in Greenville on February 18, 1974 to Dana and Mary (Osborne) Sebring. She was a 1992 graduate of Jamestown High School. Missy was employed as an L.P.N. for over twenty-five years, working most recently at Rainbow Recovery and previously at White Cliff Nursing Home. She loved her dogs.
She is survived by her mother, Mary Heath and her husband Randy Heath, Sr. of Transfer, her fiance, Jim Silvis, of Transfer a sister, Victoria A. Pearce and her husband Richard of Mercer, a step-brother, Randy Heath, Jr. and his wife Dawn of Mercer and a niece, Lindsey Pearce. She was preceded in death by her father.
Cremation was chosen and there will be no services. Inurnment will be in Knoxdale Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the family c/o Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA 16125. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc.
I just can’t believe she’s gone. She was one of two true friends who stood by me growing up, we drifted apart after Hs like everyone does but I regret our friendship never found its way back. You were a try friend, with a heart of gold. Rest easy now and be at peace.
Mary&Vicki and your families I am lifting you in my prayers.
Sending hugs & condolences. I had the pleasure of working with Missi at White Cliff. Too young to go.
Sorry to read about the loss of your Stepsister Jr., Prayers and Hugs to the whole family. Mary, I always said no one should have to bury their child. Sorry for your loss.
Art & Jim
Dear Mary, I was so shocked to hear of this sad terrible news. I cant even imagine the pain and grief as you go through this loss. I send my hugs and love at this time and want you to know that as Missy walked into the light of Grace, she knew her mama loved and adored her..I send my condolences to your entire family and loved ones. May she find rest in the Glory of the next world..❤️
Our hearts go out to all Missy family…this is a tragedy to leave this earth at the prime of life. May her spirit run free. May peace find it’s way into each of her family’s hearts.
Praying for comfort as the loss of this awesome LPN that I had the pleasure to know and work with. Missy was a fantastic nurse and a wonderful co worker. Rest in peace my friend
She was my nurse at the clinic, very kind and always helpful. She treated everyone with respect and will be missed by many. I’m going to miss seeing her, she always told me how proud of me she was and it made me proud of all I have accomplished! I am very proud to have known her for the time I did.
Jim, we are so sorry, you and her family are certainly in our thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss deepest sympathies
She was a CNA and graduated from Mercer county votec about , 2002 or 2003 for LPN . Again factual information needs presented . She was an LPN for about 20 years.
At lest the recent employer and rest of the family is correct except the fiancé part. Why lie in an obituary?
I had the privilege of working with Melissa. She was an amazing woman she overcame so many obstacles. I met Jim her fiancé the very first week she worked with me he was an amazing man. Vicky and Jim I am so so sorry for all that you have to endure Melissa was amazing she would do anything for anyone she would hurt no one God rest in peace Melissa fly high with the Angels
Amazing woman and nurse. I had the privilege of working under her/alongside her as a cna and then years later she was my own nurse. Nothing but love for this woman!! No matter how tough the things she was going through, she always had a smile on her face. Her advice was always on point. Honest no matter what. I worked with Jim and saw them out places frequently. My heart goes out to you Jim and to all the family. Much love to all of you. Missing your face a little extra this morning love! Rest easy and fly high girl!