Early Deaths for Sunday, December 30, 2018

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Early Deaths for Sunday, December 30, 2018


CLASSIFIED OBITUARIES

AMORTEGUI, Dr. Antonio Jose, Colombia

ARMSTRONG, Geraldine W., Sewickley

BAUR, Carol A. Kwiatek, Shaler

BELIUNAS, William, McKees Rocks

BENES, Thomas Joseph

BITTNER, William "Bill," Forest Hills

BLACKWOOD, Tammy (Ditter), Rostraver, formerly North Huntingdon

BRAUN, Donald Raymond "Babe," Shaler

BRINKER, George, Monroeville

BUCHANAN, John Allison, Scott

CAMPBELL, George E. Jr., North Huntingdon

CHAMBERS, Douglas Reed, Oakmont

COLLEDGE, Raymond Arthur II, London, England, formerly Moon

CORRADO, Theresa H., formerly East Liberty and Oakland

CUNNINGHAM, James C., Penn Hills

DELLANA, Zella (Mente), Scott

DODSON, Ramon E., Bethel Park

DUDA, Dolores H. (Kascak), West Homestead

EDWARDS, Martha (Blasko), North Versailles

FROST, Richard Bell, Mt. Lebanon

GALLO, Phyllis V., North Versailles

HARTMAN, Carol M. "Doll," Robinson

HAYES, Jean (Holsinger)

HENDRICKS, Gregory Lee, Penn Hills

HOLST, Richard, Moon

HUTCHISON, Joan Gaine, Pittsburgh

KEENER, Matthew Dax

LACKNER, Vincent F. Sr., Sheraden

MANKIN, Dr. Henry J., Brookline

MARCHUK, Kathleen M., Cranberry

MASSARO, Carol

McGINTY, William E., Millvale

MERCHANT, William W., Baldwin Township

MEZEIVTCH, Vincent

MILEWSKI, Robert M., Crafton Heights

MILKO, Anna "Babe" (Borushko), East Pittsburgh

MILLER, Elaine Mulhern, Edinboro, formerly Elizabeth

MINICK, Donald Matthew, Cranberry

MOMBERGER, Buffy M., Beaver Falls, formerly Garfield

MORGAN, Gary Franklin, formerly Scott

NICHOLS, Dorothy A., Gibsonia, formerly Sewickley

NICOLAZZO, Sharon (Sprucebank), Monroeville

ONDISH, Carole A. …

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