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Alfred Garrett

Sep 25, 1970 - Nov 23, 2023

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Pittsburgh, PA

"It is with a mix of bemusement and fond remembrance that we bid farewell to Alfie Garrett, a truly unique soul who departed this realm on Thanksgiving, November 23, 2023, surrounded by his loved ones. He lived a life that defied convention, leaving an indelible mark on those who were fortunate enough to cross paths with him. Alfie is survived by his beloved daughter Wylie Garrett, his son Milo Garrett, his mother Nola Garrett, his brothers Eric Kreutzkamp and Channing Garrett, his ever-loyal fu...Read More

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Delbert O. Hague Jr.

Sep 04, 1943 - Feb 24, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

"Delbert O. Hague Jr., 80 of Rochester Township, passed away Saturday, February 24, 2024 in Alleghany General Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born September 4th, 1943 in Rochester. Delbert is the son of the late Delbert O. Hague, Sr., and Edith Erickson Hague. He was a retired financial manager with Washington Financial Bank for 23 years in Washington Pa. Delbert worked in banking for over 50 years. He was a member of Oak Grove Lutheran Church, Sewickley Township, and loved restoring classic cars. Delbert is survived by his wife of 32 years, Janice K. Cypher Hague. Delbert is also survived by 3 sons and 2 daughters. Delbert J. Hague, Verona Pa, Darin Hague of Monaca, Andrew Leist of Hopewell, Kim Marshal of New Brighton, Dawna Leist, Rochester Township, 7 grandchildren; Christopher DeCanio, Cayleona Anderson both of New Brighton, John Leport and his wife Heather, Brandon Laport, all of Ohioville, Brooke Ann Leport of Rochester Township, Lance List of South Hills, Jason Leist of Ambridge, 2 great grandchildren, Aspen and Alayna, one brother, Ralph, and his wife Judy, a brother in law and sister in law Richard and Karen Cypher, three nieces, Tauna- Lynn, Mendi, Jodi, nephew Jason, and his canine companion, Alli. Delbert was preceded in death by his brother, Joe Hague and a nephew, Brian Hague. Delbert’s wishes were to be cremated. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service which will be held at Oak Grove Lutheran church on Thursday, March 7th, 2024 at 11 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Steve. Arrangements have been entrusted to The William Murphy Funeral Home, Inc., 349 Adams Street, Rochester, Pa."

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Karen Lee Kellogg

Died : Feb 28, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

Karen Lee Kellogg, age 80 of Knox, passed away Wednesday morning, February 28, 2024 at UPMC-Presbyterian in Pittsburgh following an illness. She is the mother of Jon Kelllog of Knox and Kim Schmader of Brockway and wife to the late Jon T. "Herk" Kellogg. A complete obituary will be posted as soon as available. To to the family or in memory of Karen Lee (Weible) Kellogg, please

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Diane C. Link

Jul 13, 1946 - Feb 25, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

Diane Link Obituary Diane C. Link July 13, 1946 – February 25, 2024 Diane C. Link, daughter of the late Leo and Margaret Redlinger, passed away surrounded by family on Sunday, February 25, 2024. Diane was the cherished wife of 57 years to the late Martin J. Link, Sr, who passed away just five short months ago. Diane leaves behind their legacy of strength, love, and devotion. She is survived by five children, Denise Link Burkert, Martin J. Link Jr., Brian (Tracy) Link, Nadine (Jeff) Richter, and Tammy (Anthony) Fazio. They will forever cherish the memories of a mother who, in her own unique way, left an indelible mark on their lives. Diane is also survived by 12 Grandchildren, and 11 Great Grandchildren, who will always know her as Nunny. Her memory will live on in the stories that get shared with them for years to come. She is also survived by four brothers, three sisters, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was sadly preceded in death by two granddaughters, as well as one sister, and five brothers. While Diane didn't engage in many hobbies, she discovered purpose and fulfillment in the simplicity of life's moments. She approached life with a certain innocence that was very endearing to those who loved her, and they were fortunate to witness the humor in many things that she would say. She showed the beauty of authenticity, and the importance of being your own person. Throughout her life, Diane devoted herself to caring for her family, and eventually was given the task of taking care of her husband after he suffered a stroke at the young age of 40. Even though she handled many up and downs, she managed to build a solid foundation from which her family would grow. Despite the geographical distances and the passage of years, her children remain bound by the love she instilled in their hearts from the very beginning Family and Friends are welcome to honor the life of Diane C. Link at Brusco-Falvo Funeral Home, 214 Virginia Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15211 Phone: (412) 381-2323. Visitation will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024 from 2-8pm. A final visitation and a Blessing Service will be held at the same location on Saturday morning beginning at 10:30am. Interment to follow at Jefferson Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to be made to the Make-A-Wish Benefit in Memory of Diane C. Link http://site.wish.org/goto/Diane_Link which was set up by one of her grandsons, who plays an active role in this wonderful organization A prayer from her children: We pray that our Mom will find eternal peace, and that she is reunited with our dad in Heaven, where pain and struggle are no longer present. As we mourn her departure, let us remember the moments of joy, love, and the unspoken connection that defined her life. May her memory live on in the hearts of her family. Forever in our hearts, Mom, you will be dearly missed! May your soul Rest in Peace. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Diane C. Link, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Candace Ann McCann

Mar 02, 1951 - Feb 27, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

Candace Ann McCann, 72 of Wellsburg, WV died peacefully on Tuesday, February 27, 2024, at UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh, PA.She was born on March 2, 1951, in Elkins, WV, a daughter of the late Guy and Odessa (Mouse) Mace. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by infant twin siblings.Candace graduated from Wellsburg High School and earned her master’s degree in education from West Virgnia University. She retired from Wellsburg Primary School where she was a teacher and devoted 20 years to caring for and loving all children. Candace was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Wellsburg.She is survived by her beloved husband of 30 years Robert H. McCann at home; one stepson, Justin (Jessica) McCann of Orlando, FL; three granddaughters, Gabrielle, and Caitlyn McCann and Sritha Sridhar; one brother, Everett Mace and one sister, Vickie Mace both of Wellsburg, WV; and three special lifetime friends Linda Arbogast of Follansbee, WV, Nancy Hubbard and Nancy Conley both of Wellsburg, WV.Visitation will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm and again on Saturday, March 2nd from 10:00 am until the time of the funeral service at 11:00 am with Rev. Mary Jane Knapp officiating.Interment will follow at Franklin Cemetery in Wellsburg, WV.Candace’s family would like to thank the Visiting angels for all their love and care.Memorial contributions can be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Wellsburg Memorial Fund 901 Charles St. Wellsburg, WV 26070 in memory of Candace.Condolences may be sent to: www.mullenbachfh.com

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Bernard J. Wetzel

May 13, 1930 - Jan 11, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

"Bernard (Bernie) J. Wetzel, beloved husband of Jan (Janice Arthur) died peacefully on January 11, 2024. Preceded in death by 5 brothers and 2 sisters, son of the late George Wetzel and Anna P. (Churilla), and survived by his loving children, Sue-Ann (and Jim) Bubacz, B.Jay (and the late Cheryl), Marc (and Trish), as well as his beloved grandchildren, Jay (and Nikki), Carrie, and Joshua; Bernie also delighted in his great-grandchildren Joey, Ryder, Hunter, and Wyatt. And Lucky Baby (a kitten) who surprisingly loved him. Known around town as “The Battery Man,” Bernie Wetzel was truly one-of-a-kind and feisty to the end! He was a Korean War Veteran and an understated hero in life to many who knew and adored him. His service and military awards are something he rarely talked about, but he was awarded two medals and a service ribbon, though he was much more likely to tell funny stories of his adventures from war and in life. There are a few people out there who are forever left waiting for the punchline as he would start laughing so hard while spinning his tales that group laughter became the story’s end. Bernie loved to cook, (his chili was only one of his nearly famous dishes) and to mingle with his coffee buddies and neighbors. He enjoyed family, many friends, and loved his clients and business associates providing his battery man magic even while hospitalized and near to his demise. He was no quitter. Bernie loved life and loved to debate. If you asked him right now, he’d say he’s not dead. He’s fine. Mr. Wetzel’s service/burial is scheduled for Monday, May 13th— his birthday— with a celebration of his life, per his wishes, at 11 a.m. at the GRIFFITH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5636 Brownsville Road, (at 6th St.) South Park Twp. (412) 655-4600, followed by interment in the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies with Military Honors at 1 p.m."

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Herman Louis Skerlong

Jul 26, 1920 - Dec 16, 2023

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Pittsburgh, PA

"A member of the Greatest Generation has left us. Herman Louis Skerlong, known to the world, as “Rocky,” “The Mayor,” and “The Hermanator,” passed away peacefully on December 16, 2023. He is finally reunited with the love of his life, Violet Moore Skerlong. They were married for 54 years before her passing in 1995. Though no children of their own, they had many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and nephews, spanning several generations of his 103 years. Herman was born July 26th 1920 in Lawrenceville to Anthony and Agnes Skerlong. He was a member of Saint Valentine’s Catholic Church in Bethel Park where he attended Saturday evening mass, followed by coffee and camaraderie with friends at McDonalds. Herman was drafted in 1942 and served under the great General George Patton in the 80th Division as a machine gunner. He earned the Bronze Star in the Battle of The Bulge putting himself in front of enemy fire to pull an injured brother in arms to safety. After being treated for significant frostbite on both feet, which were almost amputated, Herman returned to the United States and led a very fulfilling career. He worked for the U.S. Post Office driving an armored truck and then relocated to California where he was a civilian employee of the U.S. Navy. Upon retirement, Herm and Vi came home to Pittsburgh and enjoyed many years with family and friends, residing in Bethel Park. You would get engrossed in Herm’s stories for hours, taking you back in time to WWII, and his details were as sharp as a tack until the day he passed. He proudly marched in all of the Pittsburgh and Brentwood Veterans Day parades, still fitting into his WWII uniform, and looking as handsome as he did the day he first put in on in 1942. Anyone who had the opportunity to meet Herm had the same impression of him: that he was a treasure, a true hero and were so proud to have known him. When you told Herm that he was a hero, he brushed it off and would say that he was no different than any other veteran and that “the true heroes were those that never made it back home.” Herman was invited to speak to many organizations, including Thermo Fisher Scientific, as part of their Veterans’ Business Resource Group, reaching hundreds of employees across the country. Over the years, he became known somewhat as a “community celebrity” throughout Bethel Park, being interviewed by various local news channels who wanted to hear about his WWII endeavors. He also received signed letters from both Presidents Trump and Biden, thanking him for his service. Because of Herman’s sacrifice and the members of the “Greatest Generation,” we, as United States citizens, are able to enjoy the freedoms given to us through their heroic efforts. Herman is survived by several generations of nieces and nephews. Among the closest include: niece, Debbie Lappa of McKeesport; nephew, William (Mary Ann) Appelt of Pittsburgh; and niece Marianne (Joseph) Cibulas of Sewickley. He was predeceased by his devoted wife, Vi; sister, Agnes Appelt; brothers Anthony and Karl Skerlong; step-siblings Louis, Lillian, and Robert, along with two infant siblings. He also leaves his lifelong friend and fellow WWII veteran, Nick Scarlatelli of Carrick. The family wishes to thank Herm’s many friends and neighbors at Brightwood Apartments and the Rt. 88 Giant Eagle, to which he was a daily visitor and who affectionately called him Rocky. In addition, we want to thank the PA Department of Veteran Affairs for taking such good care of Herm through the years. Friends received Tuesday from 2 to 8 p.m. at the GRIFFITH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5636 Brownsville Road, (at 6th St.) South Park Twp. (412) 655-4600 with a V.F.W. Service at 7 p.m. Funeral prayer Wednesday 1:30 p.m. at the funeral home, with a Mass of Christian Burial in Our Lady of Hope Parish - St. Valentine Church at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his honor to the Brentwood VFW Post 1810, where Herm was a longtime member, or, the Battle of the Bulge Association: https://battleofthebulge.org/store/donate/."

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Myrna Joy Rosenthal

Jan 01, 1930 - Feb 26, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

MYRNA "JOY” ROSENTHAL: Passed peacefully surrounded by loved ones on Monday, February 26, 2024. Beloved wife of Eliezer "Elie" Rosenthal for over 66 years. Beloved daughter of the late Herman and Rebecca Fineberg and Marcus and Ida Rosenthal. Cherished mother of Diane Rosenthal (Michael Hirt), Michele Rosenthal (Robert Kennedy), and the late Cecil and David Rosenthal - "The Boys". Adored Bubbie of Jennifer and Li Wen Hirt. Sister to Florita Sonnenklar (the late Arthur Sonnenklar). In addition, Joy will be greatly missed by loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. Joy was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was a graduate of Peabody High School and completed 2 years at the University of Pittsburgh. Joy loved to laugh and enjoyed life to the fullest. She was committed to her family and her circle of friends. She doted on her two grand daughters. She was an ardent Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Services will be held at Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., 5509 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh (Shadyside), PA on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 1:00 pm. Visitation one and one half hours prior to service (11:30am - 1:00 pm). Interment Tree of Life Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests friends and loved ones consider making a contribution to the Tree of Life, Inc. - Remember.Rebuild.Renew. Campaign, 107 Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232 ( ) or to Achieva - the Cecil and David Rosenthal Memorial Fund, 711 Bingham Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 (https: ).

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Robert A. Puglisi

Sep 26, 1929 - Feb 26, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

Robert A. Puglisi, 94, of Pittsburgh, PA, formerly of Berkeley Twp., NJ passed away Monday, February 26, 2024. Born in Newark, NJ, he lived in Brick, NJ then Holiday City South, Berkeley Twp., NJ, before moving to Pittsburgh 3 years ago. He was an Insurance Agent for Prudential in Jersey City for many years before his retirement. Robert was a parishioner of St. Maximilian Kolbe RC Church, Berkeley Twp. He was predeceased by his wife of 69 years, Ruth Puglisi in 2019. Robert is survived by his three children, Debra Hutchinson and her husband Peter of Pittsburgh, PA, Robert J. Puglisi and his wife Dori of Brick, NJ, Paul Puglisi and his wife Aileen of Brick, NJ, nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. The family will receive relatives and friends on Sunday, March 3, 2024 4:00pm – 8:00pm at the Timothy E. Ryan Home for Funerals, 145 St. Catherine Blvd., Toms River. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Monday, March 4, 2024 10:00am at St. Maximilian Kolbe RC Church, Berkeley Twp. Entombment to follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, Toms River. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.ryanfunerahome.com. To to the family or in memory of Robert A. Puglisi, please

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Edward P. White

Oct 02, 1960 - Nov 16, 2023

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Pittsburgh, PA

Edward White Obituary Edward P. White, 63, of Latrobe, died Thursday November 16, 2023 at UPMC-Shadyside Hospital. He was born October 2, 1960 in Latrobe the son of the late Arthur and Jeraldine Pynos White. Ed was an avid dog lover, guitarist, singer and had built and flew ultralight planes. He had been the lead guitarist and singer for Colt 45 and M-16. Ed is survived by his best friend and soul mate Sharon David Roble of Warren, Ohio, a step son Hershel Rice III (Erin) of Oceanside, California, grandson Xavier Rice and a niece Kimberly White. Friends will be received Tuesday from 11-2pm in the McCabe Funeral Home, 300 W. Third Avenue, Derry. Interment will be made in the Unity Cemetery, Latrobe. Online condolences may be made to www.mccabefuneralhomespa.com. Read More

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George Michael Romanik

Apr 23, 1944 - Jan 15, 2024

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Pittsburgh, PA

George Romanik Obituary George Michael Romanik 1944- 2024 George Romanik was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 23, 1944 to John and Henrietta Romanik. George was the youngest boy of the Romanik family, Carl, Tom and John and older brother to Henrietta “Sissy” Carter. He is survived by his sister, Henrietta “Sissy” Carter (Nick), Tom Romanik and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews who always thought he was a “Great” Uncle George. George grew up in Brentwood and was a member to St. Sylvester’s Catholic Church and attended St. Elizabeth Catholic School. George played football at St. Vincent Prep and attended The University of Pittsburgh. After his schooling George worked in several of the family businesses with his brother Carl and Tom, such as, The Greensburg Car Wash, Heister Bowling Center and The Cloverleaf Bowling Center when he transplanted from Pittsburgh to Miami, Florida. George was an avid car enthusiast and was very active as he spent his lifetime playing tennis, bowling in leagues and golfing near daily. Uncle George was his growing family’s biggest fan by always showing up to little league games, high school athletic events and sharing his passion for sports with his many nieces and nephews. George was known as a complex individual and a man of many words, who loved his alone time, eating when no one was looking, retelling stories of the family and past events and being the life of the party at the nearest disco in his hay days. His family will always remember his sense of humor, his strong will, and his optimism for better days ahead. George never kept a long story short, wished to have at least one ounce of Tom and Sissy’s “Happy Juice” and always felt 100%! The Romanik family will be honoring the life of George Michael Romanik on Saturday, January 27, 2024 in Pittsburgh, PA. Nearly all of Uncle George’s nieces and nephews and many of their children will be in attendance in tribute to his role in our lives and the legacy that precedes us. Visitation on Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. at the Brusco-Falvo Funeral Home, 214 Virginia Ave. Mt. Washington (412 381-2323). A Funeral Mass will follow at 10:30am in St. Louise De Marillac Catholic Church/St. Catherine Laboure Parish. 320 McMurray Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15241. Burial following at Queen of Heaven Cemetery 2900 Washington Road Canonsburg, PA 15317. www.bruscofalvo.com To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of George Michael Romanik, please visit our floral store. Read More

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