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Lynn Landis

Died : Oct 14, 2023

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Glenshaw, PA

Lynn Max Landis, a man who lived life with an unwavering passion, has departed from this world. He passed away on October 14th, 2023. Throughout his life, Lynn's kindness and compassion brought joy to those around him and left an indelible mark on the lives he touched. Lynn's strong willpower propelled him through the various facets of his life, whether it was in his successful career or within the loving embrace of his family. He leaves behind a legacy of determination and love that will cont...Read More

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Steve Poslusny

Nov 04, 1957 - Feb 14, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Age 66, of Glenshaw, formerly of Polish Hill, on Wednesday, February 14, 2024. Beloved fiancee of Karen A. (Tecza) Goliat; loving son of Lorraine C. (Pillart) and the late Leonard M. "Mike" Poslusny; devoted brother of Lorraine Patricia (Fred) Dentel and Mary (Bill) Pegg; uncle of Rebecca Dentel, Brian (Margaret) Dentel, June (Dennis) Hill and Spring (Darren) Letky; great-uncle of Joseph Rock, Jr., Maverick Dentel and Ellowyn Dentel; also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Steve was a retired foreman with Shamrock Building Services, Inc. He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking and mountain climbing and was a huge Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan. Family and friends are welcomed at the WALTER J. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th Street, Lawrenceville, on Sunday, February 18, 2024 from 2-8 p.m. Funeral Service at the Funeral Home on Monday, February 19, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Richard Sumney Scott

Jan 18, 1942 - Feb 10, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Richard Sumney Scott, a beloved member of the Pittsburgh community, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 10, 2024, at the age of 82. He resided in Glenshaw, PA, and touched the lives of many with his kindness, warmth, keen advice, and dedication to service. Richard, affectionately known as Dick, was born on January 18, 1942, in Pittsburgh, PA to Samuel and Virginia (DuBarry) Scott. He graduated cum laude from Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School, cum laude from Princeton University, and earned his J.D. at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law before serving as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy. As a respected attorney, Dick's integrity, unwavering commitment to his clients and community, and compassionate approach earned him the respect and admiration of colleagues and clients alike. Dick served on various non-profit boards and committees over his lifetime, ACHIEVA (formerly ARC-Allegheny) in particular. He was well known in the community for his estate planning work for people with disabilities and their families and played a leading role in creating The Family Trust, a non-profit organization that provides estate planning and fiduciary services to families of people with disabilities. Richard is survived by his older son Matthew Sumney Scott, his younger son Joshua Trexler Scott, Josh's wife Kathryn, and his three beloved grandchildren Eleanor, Edith, and Nathan. He is also survived by brothers Samuel DuBarry “Barry” Scott and his wife, Celinda, Frederick William Scott and his wife, Thelma, and his many nephews, nieces, grand-nephews, and grand-nieces, whom he loved dearly. Finally, he is survived by his closest cherished friends, including Gary Fleming, Linda Anthony, and Gerry Baltzer to name only a few from a list too long to include. May his soul rest in peace and may his memory be a blessing to all who knew him. Richard enjoyed spending time with friends and family and taking care of his home and his cat, Monty. He enjoyed sailing with friends Porter Kier and Bill Beard and brother Barry. He enjoyed being outdoors, long walks, even longer nights of ping pong, skiing, biking, kayaking, and playing his 12-string guitar by the fire. Viewing will be held at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 2-4 pm as well as 6-8 pm. A private gathering will be arranged by the family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in his name can be made to Achieva, 711 Bingham Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203, or by visiting www.achieva.info. To to the family or in memory of Richard Scott, please

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Marianne C. Latuszewski

Died : Feb 13, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Marianne C. Latuszewski, age 61, of Ross Township on February 13, 2024. Wife of Gary W. Latuszewski Sr. Mother of Gary W. Latuszewski Jr., Jenna M. Latuszewski and Lauren R. Latuszewski. Daughter of the late Richard and Marlene Klinger. Sister of Amy Bish and the late Richard Klinger Jr. (surviving wife Lorraine). Marianne loved her dog Max. Visitation Thursday February 15th 6-8 PM and Friday the 16th from 2-8 PM at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. Funeral Mass Saturday February 17th at 10 AM at St. Matthew Parish, St. Bonaventure Church. To to the family or in memory of Marianne C. Latuszewski, please

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Blair R. Herchenroether

Died : Feb 05, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Blair “Butch” Herchenroether, age 97, a life-long resident of Shaler Township, died peacefully on February 5, 2024. Beloved husband of 59 years to the late Marylou (Stoll) Herchenroether. Father of Sandie L. Ricca (James), Nancy H. Nogacek (Thomas)and the late David B. Herchenroether (the late Jane). Grandfather of Tyler Fiedler (Kim), Kelly Nogacek Thiess (Alex) and Kari McLerran (Jared). Step-grandfather of Greg Jones and Shannon Capolupo (Domenic). Great grandfather of Blair, Luke, and Ford Thiess; Kyleigh McLerran; Jacey and Cassie Fiedler and Step-great grandfather of Michael Rossi. Son of the late Elmer J. and Helen (Weber) Herchenroether. Brother of the late Jean Sheffler. Butch was a 1944 graduate and athlete of Shaler High School and played semi-pro football for Millvale Ameci and Shaler A.C. and sandlot baseball for many years. He was a WWII Navy Veteran. He was a 25 year member of Teamsters Local 249 driving for North Side and Champion Laundry. Butch also worked as an equipment operator for the PA Turnpike for 18 years. His hobbies included judging and breeding field champion beagles. He was a life member of Breakneck and Central Beagle Clubs. Visitation will be Friday February 16th from 2-8 PM at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. Funeral Service Saturday the 17th at 10:30 AM at the funeral home. To to the family or in memory of Blair R. Herchenroether, please

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Susan Jane Conrad

Died : Feb 05, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Susan Jane Conrad formerly of Leak Run Pa died early this Monday morning at the age of 82. In ill health for some years, she passed away quietly in her sleep. Susan was the granddaughter of Frank Conrad the eminent Westinghouse engineer whose experiments in radio technology led to the creation of KDKA and to the success of commercial radio in general. Her parents Crawford Joseph Conrad and Frances Watson raised her and her three brothers Harry, James and David on a secluded property in the woods nearby what is now the Sri Venkateswara temple in Penn Hills. She had fond memories of sneaking into and playing in the construction site that became the parkway East. Susie as we called her, was a unique empath who adored all and any animals. There wasn’t a moody cat or growling dog who didn’t melt calmly into her lap, allowing itself to be brushed or petted into contentment. All of her nephews and nieces were “lambs” or “little lambs” unless we misbehaved and then we briefly became “bad kitties” until she forgot the transgression. “Oh Goody!!” was her favorite expression. A trip to the ice cream store, a preferred hymn, an extra ration of her beloved foodstuff - ketchup- all were greeted the with the same fervor. Susie loved the Pgh newscasters of the 70s - Paul Long, Adam Lynch and Joe DeNardo, speaking their names like they were music hall stars from her youth. She loved the piano and could play a variety of works by ear. But she was also mentally disabled, and lived most of her teenage and adult life in capable professional care. But the day came when her devoted sister-in-law, Margaret, demanded she be allowed to live in Pittsburgh and thus Susan left the Martha Lloyd school in Troy Pa and returned home. For the rest for her days she lived independently, holding down small jobs, practicing her music and caring for herself and for a long line of felines lucky enough to take up residence. We, the Conrads, didn’t deserve her. She was always excited to speak to us, see us, spend the holidays with us, immediately forgetting the many months when none of us had visited or spoken so much as a word to her. God appoints us his holy children. The innocents we live among - and though sometimes they appear to us as unfortunate, or sometimes walk among the least of us, we ignore them at our peril. There’s an Irish saying “the last of the name.” Susan was the last of the Conrads, of Frank’s line, to still live in Pittsburgh, the place her Irish and Scots-Irish forebearers chose as a home in the new world. In the Bay Area, in DC, in Seattle, New York, London and Albuquerque, Frank’s descendants lumber on. In Pittsburgh, no longer. Susan was a blessing to our clan. Day after day, Christmas after Christmas, rare phone call after even rarer visit, she forgave us our busy lives. She is survived by her brother David of Sacramento, her nephews Jamie, Douglas, Blair, Frank, and David and her niece Katy. And a small army of grandnephews and nieces. No Visitation, Service and Interment to be held privately by the family. To to the family or in memory of Susan Jane Conrad, please

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Betty Paul Goldberg

Oct 27, 1930 - Jan 30, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

Betty Paul Goldberg, a beloved resident of Harmony at Harts Run in Glenshaw, PA, and formerly of Oakland, passed away peacefully on January 30, 2024, at the age of 93. Betty was born on October 27, 1930, to Samuel and Ida Paul (Romoff). A lifelong Pittsburgh resident, Betty embraced the rich tapestry of the city she called home. Her deep connection to Pittsburgh was evident in her appreciation for all the city had to offer. Of course, Betty was a lifelong Steelers and Pirates fan. A woman of tenacity and strong convictions, with a gentle spirit, Betty cherished her time spent with friends and family. She had a knack for creating warmth and welcoming atmospheres, making every gathering memorable. Betty was known for her humility and never wanted to make a fuss, however when it came to matters of importance, she spoke her mind with clarity, honesty and a good dose of sarcasm. Betty’s legacy is woven into the lives of those she leaves behind. She is survived by her two children, Elaine and David Goldberg; niece and nephews Samantha Cadenhead, Tip Paul and Jeff Bickart; numerous great-nephews and great-nieces who all affectionately refer to her as “Aunt Betty”. She also has a wide circle of friends who will forever hold her in their hearts – especially Heather Broman and Kathy Paul – who provided a great deal of care, time, and concern for Betty in her later years. She was greatly loved by Gabrielle Devine, who affectionately called Betty her grandma, and they shared a very special bond for 38 years. Betty will be joining her siblings – Leon, Theodore, and Pamela - along with her parents. She was very much looking forward to seeing her Mother again, whom she had lost at a young age. A celebration of Betty's life will be held on Monday, February 5th for visitation from 9:00am until 11:00am with a Service of Celebration starting at 11:00am at John N Elachko Funeral Home, 3447 Dawson St. Pgh. PA 15213, with interment at West View Cemetery. Betty's influence will endure through the memories shared by those who were touched by her warmth, kindness, and unwavering spirit. May she rest in peace, leaving behind a legacy of love, perseverance, and strength.

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Samuel H. Liptak

Born : Jun 03, 1944

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Glenshaw, PA

Samuel H. Liptak of Glenshaw, born on June 3, 1944, beloved son and preceded in death by Samuel and Helen Liptak and one sister, Beverly Clyde. Married 57 years to Joanna, his wife. Who will miss him always. He was “Uncle Sam” to many caring nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and godchildren and friends. They were all so special to him. Sam was member of the first graduating class of Fox Chapel High School and continued to enjoy the lasting friendships of fellow classmates. He attended Point Park College and Youngstown University. An avid Steeler fan since the 70’s till present day and all the friends who shared the fun. Also, loved and followed Iowa Hawkeyes. He loved his cabin in Emlenton and the outdoor adventures with the good friends he acquired there. It’s where a lost dog “found him” and became the best pet ever, his beloved Tinker. He managed RPC Electronics, Video Division for 18 years and became owner in 1987 of RPC Video Inc. till his retirement in 2005. Sam was most proud of being a pioneer in 1967 of visual communications and the fact that so many of his employees went on to have successful careers in the video communications field. He was proud that so many of them maintained contact with him throughout their careers. Visitation will be held Thursday 3-7pm at Neely Funeral Home at 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd, Glenshaw, PA 15116. In Lieu of flowers memorials suggested to a charity of one’s choice. To to the family or in memory of Samuel H. Liptak, please

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John A. Blaha

Died : Jan 13, 2024

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Glenshaw, PA

John A. Blaha, age 88 of Robinson Township, formerly of Shaler Township, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 13, 2024. John is survived by his loving children Michael Blaha, Lorri Ziegler, Steven Blaha, Linda McAleer (James), and Brian Blaha (Debbie); proud grandfather of Ryan (Camille), Tyler (Kaylee), James (Shelby), Jared, Jake, Justin, Evan, Andrew (Zoe), Nicholas, Brandan and Brian; great grandfather of Elias and Leonardo. Also survived by brother Leo Blaha and sisters Margaret Blaha and Catherine Barry. Son of the late Leo and Marie Blaha. John was a graduate of Central Catholic High School and worked for U.S. Steel Corp. for over 35 years in the Traffic and Transportation of Hazardous Materials. He was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan. John enjoyed photography, playing cards, and in his youth played basketball and softball. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Army. Visitation Monday, January 15th 5-8 PM at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. Funeral Mass Tuesday, January 16th at 10 AM at St. Matthew Parish, St. Bonaventure Church in Glenshaw. To to the family or in memory of John A. Blaha, please

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Rose C. (Bohna) Porter

Dec 29, 1930 - Dec 29, 2023

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Glenshaw, PA

Rose C. (Bohna) Porter born December 29, 1930 quietly passed away on December 29, 2023 with her loving husband “Mike” at her side. She is survived by her husband of almost 70 years Kenneth “Mike” Porter and three daughters, Michelle (Porter) Myers (Joseph), Sherry Porter (Chris), and Sandra Greco (Barbara), grandchildren Jarod Myers (Amanda) and Jaime Outly (Ryan) and five precious great grandchildren Kyler, Asher, Abraham, Aubrey, and Anderson and her sister Dolores (Bohna) Babich as well as many nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents Frank Bohna and Helen (Simon) Bohna and siblings Frank, Frances, Margaret, Albert, John, Euqene, and Bernard. Rose loved ballroom dancing, and with Mike they won many ballroom dancing competitions. She also loved traveling and walking on the beach. Family and friends will be received at Neely Funeral Home 2208 Mount Royal Blvd. Glenshaw, PA 15116 from 2-8pm on Tuesday January 2, 2024. Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday at 12 noon at St. Matthew Parish, St. Bonaventure Church, 2001 Mount Royal Blvd. Glenshaw, Pa 15116. Everyone Please Meet At Church. To to the family or in memory of Rose C. (Bohna) Porter, please

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Mary Ann Rudzki

Died : Dec 27, 2023

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Glenshaw, PA

Mary Ann (Sadowski) Rudzki, age 84 formerly of Mt. Lebanon and Troy Hill, on December 27, 2023. Wife of the late John J. Rudzki. Mother of Jack Rudzki (Amy), Janet Varvaro (Joe), Jill Benjamin (Doug) and the late Joe Rudzki. Grandmother of Ryan and Matt Rudzki, Joe Varvaro and Jacob and Colby Benjamin. Daughter of the late Edward and Helen Sadowski. Visitation Friday December 29th from 3-7 PM at Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday December 30th at 10 AM at Saint Anthony Chapel, 1704 Harpster St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212. In lieu of flowers memorials suggested to Saint Anthony Chapel. To to the family or in memory of Mary Ann (Sadowski) Rudzki, please

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