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Charlotte Lagrotteria

Aug 19, 1937 - Nov 16, 2023

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Penn Hills, PA

Age 86, passed away November 16, 2023; Born August 19, 1937, daughter of the late John Michael and Frances Simeone Tamburine; she is survived by her sons, Greg (Beth), Paul (Jane), and Jeff (Michelle), her sister Lois, and her nephews Bill, Brian, and niece, Lynn; her grandchildren Alex, Nina, and Jeffrey (Katie); she was preceded in death by her siblings Jeanette, Marietta, Joan, and James. Charlotte was known for her kindness and thoughtfulness. Funeral services are private. Arrangements entru...Read More

Obituary Source:https://www.trenzfuneralhome.com/obituary/Charlotte-Lagrotteria

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John F. McCallum

May 20, 1929 - Mar 02, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

John F. McCallum, age 94 of Penn Hills, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 2, 2024. Beloved husband of the late Elaine R. (Trafficanti) McCallum. Loving father of Rhonda McCallum and John C. (Kara) McCallum. Grandfather of Tyler, Brandon (Courtney) and Shane McCallum. Brother of Joanne (Emil) and the late Cecilia, Richard, Mary, Margaret, Arlene and Judith. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at MAURICE L. KNEE, LTD. FUNERAL HOME, 7663 Saltsburg Rd., Plum, PA 15239. A blessing service will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday in the chapel of Good Shepherd Cemetery, 733 Patton St., Monroeville, PA 15146. Entombment will follow in the cemetery mausoleum.

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Claude Coleman Goode

Nov 30, 1958 - Dec 12, 2023

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Penn Hills, PA

"On Tuesday, December 12, 2023, Claude Coleman Goode, age 65, of Penn Hills, born on November 30, 1958, in Morgantown, WV. Son of the late Claude A. and Annabel (Hatfield) Goode; beloved husband of Erin C. (Cashen) Goode for 15 years; step-father of Elizabeth M. Puffenberger; brother of Sarah (Dr. W. Thomas) Corder and Victoria McDougal, both of Morgantown, WV; uncle of the late Ian McDougal; also survived by nieces and nephews. Claude was a graduate of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and was a member of Calvary Chapel South Pittsburgh. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, January 22nd at 10 a.m. at the GRIFFITH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5636 Brownsville Road, (at 6th St.) South Park Twp. (412) 655-4600. In lieu of flowers, donations in Claude\u0027s name may be made to Calvary Chapel South Pittsburgh Ministries, P.O. BOX 502, West Elizabeth, PA 15088. Condolences may be offered for the family at www.GriffithFH.com"

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Rena Lombardo

Jun 18, 1928 - Feb 25, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

"LOMBARDO, Rena Age 95, of Penn Hills, on February 25, 2024. Beloved wife of the late Guy F. Lombardo; loving mother of Lisa Lombardo and Dana (Al) Lombardo-Holp; caring sister of Norma Jean Meyers; daughter of the late Daniel and Josephine Bernardon. She is also survived by her nieces, nephew, relatives, and friends. Rena loved reading books and newspapers. She also had an affinity for animals, old movies, and fine dining. Visitation will be held on Thursday. from 11am until the time of service at 11:30am, at the D\u0027ALESSANDRO FUNERAL HOME \u0026amp; CREMATORY LTD., Butler at 46th Sts., Lawrenceville. Interment at Allegheny Cemetery to follow. www.dalessandroltd.com."

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JoAnna Hairston

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Penn Hills, PA

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Lois H Franklin

Died : Feb 19, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

Lois H Franklin (Weaver) passed peacefully on February 19, 2024 at the age of 88. Lois was a stylish and caring individual with a sharp wit. She was known as a good friend to many and enjoyed singing and music in her free time. She is survived by her loving husband, Walter T Franklin and her daughters, Lynn Franklin and Paula Franklin. Lois was preceded in death by her brothers, Joseph G Weaver and Herbert C Weaver. A private service will be held to honor and remember Lois H Franklin. To to the family or in memory of Lois H. Franklin, please

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Maggie Durham

Feb 12, 1925 - Feb 07, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

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Essie Mae Googer

Oct 19, 1919 - Feb 09, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

Essie Mae Googer was born October 19, 1919, to the late Mr. Carlton and Willie Mae Henderson of Atlanta, Georgia. She attended public school in Atlanta, Georgia, and Booker T. Washington High School. She was united in marriage to Henry Moses in 1938, to their union one son, Henry Jr. was born. Essie and her son Henry went to Pennsylvania to live in 1939 where she met and married William C. Googer some years later. He preceded her in death in 1972. They belonged to the St. Paul Baptist Church of Donora, Pennsylvania, where they sang in the choir together. She was Matron of the Eastern Star O&S Chapter #99 Deborah. Heroines of Jericho. St. Elk Keystone Temple #92 Donora, PA and Omega Chapter Pittsburgh, PA. She returned to Georgia after her husband's death to care for her parents. She joined Andrews Chapel Church in Jonesboro, GA, where her parents were serving and served on the stewardess board serving communion. After her parents' death, Essie joined Wesley Chapel Church which was closer to her home. There she also served communion as a stewardess. She is now a member of Browns Hill Baptist Church of Monroe, Georgia. She leaves to treasure in her memory one son, Henry Moses, Jr. (Darlene); grandchildren, Timothy Moses, Colleen Moses, Alishia Morrissette, Anita Tolliver; great-grandchildren, Robert, Leon, Todd, Jeremy, Brittani, Stettani, Alyssa, Calvin, Najee, Jonathon, and Frank; eighteen great-grandchildren and one great-great-great grandson, Kashton; and a host of family and friends. To to the family or in memory of Essie Mae Googer, please

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Linda Jean Law

Oct 19, 1950 - Feb 07, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

Linda Jean Kirkland’s story begins on October 19, 1950, at Magee Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. Linda is the first child born to Rev. Charles and Jean Kirkland who lived in Wilkinsburg, PA. As the eldest child, Linda was raised to love God and support her younger siblings: Charles, Christine, Carol, and Donna. It is with God’s love that Linda grew up within the church as part of the youth ministry and youth choir. Linda graduated from Wilkinsburg High School. Her service to God at a young age led her to fall in love with God’s Word, God’s Music, and her high school sweetheart (the love of her life), Dwight C. Law. On January 1, 1970, Linda J. Kirkland married Dwight C. Law on his birthday. Surrounded by the love of family and friends, Linda and Dwight start a life together as husband and wife. Their love created 2 children: Nicole (born in Pittsburgh) and Dwight II (born in Glendale, CA). As their children grow up in Glendale, CA, Linda and Dwight raise their family to love the Lord with all their heart, mind, and spirit. God leads the Law family on different paths in their lives. Linda’s path leads her to return home to Pittsburgh, PA, and start her journey in ministry. With her parent's support and love, Linda attends Greater Works Outreach Bible School to earn her certificate of ordination. In trusting God’s order of steps, Linda begins to minister throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area for different church denominations. Eventually, Linda started New Joy Ministry filled with determination to share the gospel with anyone who would listen to God’s Word, a prayer, or even a song. Linda’s love for God helps her serve and support the Wilkinsburg community. Linda becomes a Chaplain, serves as a board member for the Pittsburgh Housing Development Association (PHDA) and Wilkinsburg Sun Community Newsletter, as well as supports the community as a volunteer police member and an election worker for the polls. Linda enjoys helping to make Wilkinsburg a community full of love through different program opportunities at Hosanna House. Linda found that her mission in life is to inform and build communication bridges that would strengthen communities, encourage happiness, give support, and create soul mindfulness to enhance one’s experience and help evolve a person for a greater tomorrow. Linda communicates very passionately any chance that she can that her love, her life, and her best friend is Jesus Christ. Linda decides to take her ministry to the next level and accepts the calling to serve as a Minister at Legacy International Worship Center under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Michael Day. Linda works under Legacy to reach the senior community and continues her dedication to the Lord. Linda’s final journey to return home to glory happens on February 7, 2024. Linda is home celebrating God’s love with her parents Charles and Jean Kirkland, her son Dwight II, and all God’s children who were called home to glory. Linda’s life is celebrated by her siblings Charles, Christine, Carol, and Donna, her beloved daughter Nicole, her nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family, and all the daughters and sons of the Most High God. Linda will be remembered by all who know her for her willingness to help others, her passion for sharing God’s Word, her praise and worship, her hugs, her prayers, and most of all her loving smile. To to the family or in memory of Linda Jean Law, please

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Claude Smith

Nov 30, 1948 - Feb 04, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

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Peggy Tate

Jun 30, 1948 - Feb 01, 2024

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Penn Hills, PA

Peggy Tate was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 30, 1948. She was one of ten children born to the late WC and Louise Craig. Peggy graduated from Westinghouse High School in 1966. She received her degree in nursing from St. Francis Nursing School. She worked in several hospitals as a registered nurse in Pittsburgh including West Penn, Presbyterian and Magee Women’s Hospital. While at Magee Hospital she was the operating room nurse during the birth of her niece, Jeanna. It was a blessed time for all. She retired from United Healthcare in 2014. Peggy met and married the love of her life of more than 47 years, George Tate and to this union one son, Michael Tate was born and later the two adopted their son, Jermaine Beard. She loved and adored her family and they were the air she breathed. Peggy was baptized at an early age at St. James Baptist Church and remained a devoted member throughout the years serving in many capacities such as the choir, trustee, Missionary Society and First Lady. She also provided her expertise in many areas in the church such as breast cancer awareness, an exercise program and an annual street fair in which she and the congregation collected food, clothing, shoes and bookbags to distribute to members of the community free of cost. Peggy made every member of St. James feel special by giving them a gift for their birthday and every holiday she satisfied her sweet tooth along with everyone in the congregation with a bag of candy. Peggy was an amazing and an absolutely beautiful person. She always greeted people with a smile and remained active despite her challenges. She served in many leadership positions (which raised breast cancer awareness), the Silver Cord Association and African American Women’s Speaker Bureau. Peggy departed this life on February 1, 2024, and was escorted to the heavenly by God’s Angels. Peggy leaves to mourn, her husband Pastor George Tate; two sons, Michael and Jermaine (Sharee) Beard; three granddaughters, Leah Tate, Dashane and Daijah Beard; two sisters, Mourden Baldwin and Virginia Craig; three brothers, Jerry (Karen), Richard and Spencer Craig (Kim deceased) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. To to the family or in memory of Peggy Tate, please

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