Allegheny County [Derived Headline]

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Allegheny County [Derived Headline]


Allegheny County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Bartos, Andrew A., 92* Whitehall Bekavac, Clairton

Bassani, Michael W., 64* McKeesport Lanigan, East Pittsburgh

Beliunas, Carol A., 71* Sheraden McDermott, McKees Rocks

Bender, Lois M., 84* Munhall Green, Munhall

Brown, Mary Jane, 77* Lawrenceville Zalewski, Lawrenceville

Brungo, Veronica F., 92* Ross Township Devlin, North Hills

Bucklad, William G., 76* Pittsburgh (F) Hill, Westerville

Checque, Ann, 88* West Mifflin Green, Munhall

Clarke, Flora H., 91* Upper St. Clair Beinhauers, McMurray

Coda, Frances M., 82* Blawnox Smith, Blawnox

Cooper, Anna F., 98* McKeesport Strifflers, White Oak

Cupelli, Ralph R., 92* Penn Hills Burket-Truby, Oakmont

Dorman, Mary J., 75* Carnegie Neely, Glenshaw

Duffett, William, 71* Munhall Green, Munhall

Farrell, Barbara L., 76* Scott Township Hershberger-Stover, Crafton

Foster, Bruce J., 54* Lawrenceville Lanigan, Turtle Creek

Gallagher, John M., 86* White Oak Nied, Swissvale

Garrett, Bruce E., 61* Wilkins Township Nied, Swissvale

Hartle, Vera, 90* Richland Township Schellhaas, Bakerstown

Hric, Sr., Peter P., 82* Mt. Lebanon Laughlin, Mt. Lebanon

Johnson, Joan, 75* Elizabeth Bekavac, Elizabeth

Kasunich, Robert T., 80* Reserve Township Schellhaas, West View

Koerbel Jr., Wilbert L., 84* Elizabeth Township Gilbert, Elizabeth Township

Loeffler Sr., Elmer F., 82* Lawrenceville Zalewski, Lawrenceville

Lorenz Sr., Walter R., 83* McCandless Devlin, North Hills

O'Lare, Bernard E., 90* McCandless King, Allison Park

Pavlic, Lucy M., 98* Versailles Bekavac, Versailles

Potter, Thayer R., 79* Penn Hills Slater, Mt. Washington

Rymarowicz, Joseph J., 87* Glassport Gilbert, Boston

Schirm, JoAnn, 57* Penn Hills Wylie, Pittsburgh

Schmidt, Lillian A., 88* Ross Township Sperling, McCandless

Scialabba, Elsie L., 100* Avalon Miller, Bellevue

Smulski, Anthony V., 86* Lawrenceville Zalewski, Lawrenceville

Spellman, Arnadale, 55* Port Vue Strifflers, Dravosburg

Tabisz, Wilma, 62* Tarentum King, Allison Park

Urcini, Eileen, 94* Bethel Park Henney, Library

Wiskowski, Caesar J., 89* Ross Township Zalewski, Lawrenceville

Witherel, Murven J., 91* Ross Township Devlin, North Hills

Wurzbach, Marie, 99* Mt. Lebanon Slater, Scott Township

Zupsic, Rose Marie, 85* Millvale Hahn, Millvale

Butler County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Miller, Raymond L., 80* Connoquenessing Township McDonald- Aeberli, Mars

Fayette County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Vangura, Albert J., 80* Perryopolis Blair-Lowther, Perryopolis

Westmoreland County

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Davenport, Bill, 69* Export Hart, Murrysville

Zihmer, Marie T., 86* North Huntingdon Shirley, North Huntingdon

Elsewhere

Name, age Residence Funeral home

Dudek, Edward R., 60* Lawrenceville, Ga. Jaycox-Jaworski, McKeesport

Fallon, Alice A., 79* Cicero, N.Y. Jobe, Turtle Creek

Joseph, Edward, 95* Charleston, W.Va. Schellhaas, West View

Kownacki, Joseph W., 71* Wind Gap Schepner-McDermott, Crafton

McKenna, Dorothy * Phoenix, Ariz. Shadow Mountain, Phoenix

Williams, Elizabeth, 71* Oakwood Schepner-McDermott, Craftone_SFrBAndrew A. Bartos

Whitehall

formerly of Clairton

Andrew A. "Stoney" Bartos, 92, of Whitehall, formerly of Clairton, passed away at home Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013. Born June 13, 1920, in Clairton, he was a son of the late John Andrew and Susan (Kushnerick) Bartos. Andrew was a parishioner of St. Clare of Assisi Parish and the former St. Joseph's Church in Clairton, where he was very active as an altar server, Eucharistic Minister, Usher, and member of the Holy Name Society. He retired as a foreman at U. …

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