Allegheny County . Name, Age Residence Funeral Home. Green, William ...[Derived Headline]

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Allegheny County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Green, William R., 75* Pittsbugh (F) Pantalone, Greensburg

Fayette County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Shaffer, Tommy, 81* Uniontown Haky, Uniontown

Indiana County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Collier, Michael J., 8* Clarksburg Mason-Gelder, Jeannette

Westmoreland County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Anderson, Jasmin D., 27* Latrobe McCabe, Derry

Antonacci, Irmo, 84* Jeannette Graziano, Jeannette

DiFilippo, Arturo, 87* Jeannette Graziano, Jeannette

Evangelist, Deborah L., 62* Jeannette Mason-Gelder, Jeannette

Frye, Patricia, 58* Herminie Ott, Irwin

Garcia, Joseph J.,* Murrysville Hart, Murrysville

Hanushoski, Ann, 91* Greensburg Bacha, Greensburg

Janci, Robert W., 85 North Huntingdon Shirley, North Huntingdon

Livingston, Jack E., 85* Irwin Snyder, Irwin

Myers, Sara J., 86* North Huntingdon Shirley, North Huntingdon

Pevarnik, Steve J., 87* Derry Lopatich, Latrobe

Polidora, Alfretta K., 90* Harrison City Ott, Irwin

Popovich, Lynn, 58* Penn Township Lanigan, East Pittsburgh

Schimizzi, John, 86* Apollo Vaia, Delmont

Snyder, Ann J., 89* Greensburg Forgie-Snyder, East McKeesport

Steele, Janice M., 72* Delmont Bash-Nied, Delmont

Steele, George D., 78* Greensburg Barnhart, Greensburg

Stuck, Janet R., 73* Penn Township Hart, Murrysville

Thomas, Wilma D., 88* Belle Vernon Rhome, Monessen

Valesky, George R., 74* Jeannette Mason-Gelder, Jeannette

Elsewhere

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Gibala, Antoinette H., 76* DuBois Jaycox-Jaworski, McKeesporte_SFrBJasmin D. Anderson

Latrobe

Jasmin D. Anderson, 27, of Latrobe, died Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, in UPMC Presbyterian, Oakland, after battling a heart illness for many years. She was born March 14, 1985, in Latrobe, a daughter of Diane Carol Anderson Ryan (Jeff), of Jeannette, and William Edward Kintz (Deborah), of Latrobe. In addition to her parents, Jasmin is survived by her sons, Bastien Anderson and Mason Mastowski; her sister, Shawna Vucina, of Derry; her brother, Todd Blair, of New Derry; half sister, April, and half brother, Jeffery Kintz, of Latrobe; paternal grandparents, William and Loretta Kintz, of Latrobe; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Friends will be received from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday in the McCABE FUNERAL HOME, 300 W. Third Ave., Derry. Online condolences may be made to www.mccabefuneralhomes.com.

Irmo Antonacci

Jeannette

Irmo "Babe" Antonacci, 84, of Jeannette, passed away Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013, in the Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg. He was born April 1, 1928, in Jeannette, a son of the late Edward and Elisa Celestini Antonacci. Prior to his retirement Babe was employed by the former Bell Telephone Co. He was a veteran of World War II having served with the Army. Babe was a member of Ascension Church, a member and past president of the churches Holy Name Society, the Knights of Columbus Council No. 1222, the St. Vincent Assembly No. 918, the American Legion Post No. 344, the VFW Post 8240, the M and S Club and its Bocce League, the Jeannette Italian Club, the Polish Brotherhood of White Eagles and a member of the Bell Retirees. Babe was also very active in the pro life organization, the People Concerned for the Unborn Child, PCUC. He served many years on the Jeannette Municipal Authority Board and also was a member of the Sacred Heart Cemetery Board. In addition to his parents Babe was predeceased by a sister, Della Shirer; and three brothers, Anfio, Melzi and Ralph Antonacci. He is survived by his loving wife, Alma Rebosky Antonacci; two sons, Terence Antonacci and wife, Joanne, of North Huntingdon, and Barry Antonacci and wife, Kris, of Greensburg; four grandchildren, Krista Antonacci, Gayle Reed and husband, Chris, Kory and Kevin Antonacci; a sister, Kiki Antonacci, of Jeannette, and numerous nieces and nephews. …

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