On Tuesday, February 2, 2021, Julie A. Pintar, of Ben Avon (Pittsburgh), passed away from a hard-fought battle with cancer, surrounded by family and dear friends. She was a young 63 years old. Her trademark was her hearty, infectious laugh and "Jules" brought joy to all she knew. Julie never knew a stranger, whether human or animal, as her tender heart led to the adoption and rescue of so many cats in need, they were her pride and joy. Julie was the beloved daughter of Eugene E. "Gene" Pintar (deceased) and Jane A. Pintar of Warren, Ohio; and big sis to Susan "Susie" Pintar-Miley of San Diego, CA (nieces, Erin and Rachel Miley). Yet her true family extended to a wide circle of dear friends nationwide. A 1979 graduate of the West Virginia University's School of Journalism, an ever-proud Mountaineer, Julie excelled in a long career in advertising as Media Director at agencies from Manhattan, Chicago, Boston to Pittsburgh. To say that Julie was loved and special is truly the understatement of the century. To promote the defeat of the insidious disease of cancer, the family would greatly appreciate donations to be made in Julie Pintar's name to cancer research organizations: The American Cancer Society, St. Jude Children's Cancer Research Hospital, No Stomach for Cancer, MD Anderson Cancer Research Hospital, and Sloan Kettering Cancer Research Hospital. Please donate to Animal Friends Animal Shelter in Pittsburgh in Julie's name as well, as animal welfare was her legacy. Arrangements by LAWRENCE T. MILLER FUNERAL HOME, INC., Bellevue, PA.
Craig Brook, 65, passed away in his home on Monday, January 25th 2021 in Raleigh, North Carolina. He was born to George and Nancy Brook on December 14th 1955 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Brook (Tully) on September 10th 1983 in Darien, Connecticut. Craig was predeceased by his parents, George and Nancy Brook, his in-laws George & Noreen Tully and his three brother-in-laws Danny Tully, Richard Angeley and Richard Lasken. Survivors include his wife, Mary Brook, of NC, a daughter, Christine Eden (Jason), of NC, a son, Danny Brook, of NC, and one grandchild, Brooks Eden of NC. He leaves behind his four siblings siblings Steven Brook (Linda) of PA, Gary Brook (Joyce) of PA, Cindy Clements (Bob) of NJ, Holly Cotton of MD as well as his sister-in-law Terry Angeley of WA, sister-in-law Katie Lasken of FL, brother-in-law Michael Tully (Liz) of NC, brother-in-law George Tully (Susan) of MD, brother-in-law Jim Tully (Barbie) of CT, sister-in-law Margaret Tully (Danny) of CT, sister-in-law Noreen Tully (Mark) of Delaware as well as several nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends, and his loyal dog Zoey.
Craig never met a stranger and was always someone you could count on. He was kind and gentle with a great sense of humor. When his battle against cancer came near its end he would smile and say he wasn’t in pain because he couldn’t stand for anyone to worry about him. That was the kind of man he was...always looking out for others.
Craig loved his family more than anything, but the Pittsburgh Steelers were a close second. He went against the tide unless he was body surfing. He enjoyed a good philly cheesesteak as long as it was on a good roll, and perfected the art of making a delicious screwdriver (stirred with a finger). He was confident in always trying something new with a sense for adventure. Craig was always on the hunt for a good deal and never stopped finding toys and other knick knacks for kids and especially his grandson to enjoy. Craig was simply someone you would want everyone you know to meet.
He was smart and strong and always found a way around the impossible. In his final years he was running a booth at the NC flea market and was known for being the man with all the stories. But he also had a listening ear and a Bible to give away. He was tender hearted and always knew when someone else needed a helping hand. In the midst of a challenge he would tell his kids “one step at a time” and raised them with tenderness and pride.
The family requests that donations be made to Kairos Prison Ministry (https://www.kairosprisonministry.org) in his honor.
and some great pictures in the Gallery - https://www.forevermissed.com/craig-james-brook/gallery/photos
A tribute from Chal:
"Friendship transcends death. Memories made will never be forgotten and created a lasting impression on those they left behind. Everyone became a better person for having such a wonderful friend."
We are at that point in our lives that certain events beyond our control start to happen around us and to us. It is with great sadness that I write you all today to inform you of the inevitable that one day we will all succumb.
Over the past several months our ole friend Craig was diagnosed with that dreadful “C” word. Although he has not passed as of today, hospice has been called to his bedside.
As I searched for the inspiration above, the message resonated true to my heart. It is how I feel about not only Craig, but with all to whom are reading this.
I thought that perhaps you may want to say goodbye and Mary could relay our thoughts and prayers to Craig before the Angel’s are sent from above.
Love to all and stay safe in these uncertain times.
Ps – Feel free to forward this message to anyone you think would like to say goodbye.
Let me start:
Craig, We have been best of friends for well over forty years and over the past twenty we have practically spoken everyday sometimes two or three as we debated, advised , consoled, commiserated , or just shot the BS about anything and everything. There will for sure be a void in my life without those conversations. I will miss your quirky sense of humor, your views and attitude about life and the world around us. I know many of your followers on Facebook will miss you and your re-posts, sometimes not always in the best of taste, but none the less you put them out there for the folks to enjoy. I know that you have always valued the friendships and the memories (and oh boy can you recall some of those stupid events in our lives, ones many of us would like to forget!!) that we had, from your basement in USC to Piney Forks to Phili, Raleigh and trips to Stone Harbor and everywhere and anywhere in between . I know that you have always wanted only the best for those that you love in your circle , especially your family. Even though sometimes you had a confrontational way of expressing that love. It’s true. I love you and may God be with you as your family surrounds you with love in the days to come.
September 25, 1956 - July 05, 2020
Thomas C. Schrock, 63, of Westfield, VT passed away on July 5, 2020 in Newport, VT. HE was born on September 25, 1956 in Somerset County, PA to Carl and Nancy (Cullen) Schrock. On November 12, 2000 he married Belinda Shaffer who survives him.
Thomas was a self-employed landscaper during the summer months and Owner of Border Ski Rental in North Troy during the winter. He was also the zoning administrator for the town of Westfield. He enjoyed mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, being outdoors was where he was happy. He enjoyed spending time with his wife and dog.
He is survived by his wife Belinda Schrock of Westfield, VT, father Carl Schrock of Pittsburgh, Pa, 3 daughters, 6 grandchildren, 1 great grandson, his sister Sandy Bondy of Mt.Lebanon, PA, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and his fur baby Molly.
He was predeceased by his Mother Nancy Schrock.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions in Thomas’s memory may be made to the Troy Fire Department C/O Bobby Jacobs, P.O. Box 51, Troy, VT 05868. Online condolences may be made at curtis-britch.com. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Curtis-Britch & Bouffard Funeral Home, locally family owned and operated.
December 4, 1956 ~ January 29, 2020 (age 63)
Charles Andrew Meyer, age 63, of Cicero, IN passed away January 29, 2020 at St. Vincent Hospital at Indianapolis, IN.
He was born December 4, 1956 at Willimantic, Connecticut to Houston Harry and Nancy (Pearman) Meyer.
He was a graduate of the Upper St. Clair High School at St Clair, PA with the Class of 1974, then graduated from Gem City College at Quincy, IL with a degree in silversmithing. He proceeded to practice his art in working as a silversmith at Colonial Williamsburg. He was also a master carpenter and used those skills working at Dodd Technologies and later by being self employed. He was also a corporate photographer.
He lived life to the fullest and would converse with all people. He was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan and of NASCAR Racing, with Terry Labonte being his favorite driver. Charles was an HO Train enthusiast and an experienced fly fisherman. He loved his family, friends and his 1972 Javelin. His daughters attested that he taught them to be self-reliant and that included the care of their cars.
Surviving him is the love of his life: Dianne Carol Watring, daughters: Taylor Katharine Meyer of Carmel, IN and Laramie Keeler Meyer Frank of Sheridan, IN, brothers Thomas Meyer of Ft . Worth, TX and Steven Meyer of Chesterton, IN, sister: Sally Meyer Wolf of Cicero, IN and two grandchildren: Lyric Faith Meyer and Logan Joseph Frank.
Preceding him in death are his parents and a sister Katharine Bartholomew.
A family gathering will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cicero American Legion, 50 Washington Avenue, Cicero, IN 46034. Hartley Funeral Homes Cicero Chapel in handling the arrangements and where you may send condolences at http://www.hartleyfuneralhomes.com.
Mark William Ahlborn was born on April 3, 1957 in Warren, Ohio to William “Pap” Ahlborn and Joan “Doamie” Hastings Ahlborn. Mark passed away unexpectedly and peacefully in his home on December 15, 2019, in Butte, Montana, at the age of 62. Mark was fortunate enough to move around from Ohio to Michigan, and then to Pennsylvania in his youth. He graduated from Upper Saint Clair High School, in Pittsburgh in 1975. After high school Mark began his career as an underground coal miner at the Vesta5 Mine in Vestaburg, PA. In 1977 Mark met his future wife, Karla J. Brombacher. On January 1, 1979, Mark and Karla left Pennsylvania and moved to Winter Park, Colorado. They then moved to Greeley, Colorado where Karla finished her degree at the University of Northern Colorado. Their next move was to Wallace, Idaho where Mark worked at the Sunshine Mine as an underground silver miner. Mark and Karla were married in Wallace, Idaho on September 5, 1979. They moved to Missoula, Montana in 1983, and in October 1984 they welcomed their first child Aynsley. His interest in furthering his career and education in mining lead him to “Harvard on the Hill” Montana Tech in Butte, Montana. During this time Mark and Karla welcomed their second child Brant in June, 1995. Mark graduated with a degree in mining engineering in 1997. From there the world was his mine. Mark mined in Alaska, Ireland, Nevada, Canada, and Mongolia.
Aside from mining, Mark was an accomplished musician and home chef; most of which was inspired by his extensive travels. However, his greatest accomplishment and pride was being a dad. In 2007 Mark and Karla adopted their daughter Callie. A year later they adopted their daughter Hailey. In 2010 they adopted their daughter and son Lily and Will. Not stopping there, they welcomed into their home their final son, Jesse. To him family meant teaching his children that no matter what, “You are who you are and your journey is yours.”-Mark.
To those who had the pleasure of being in Mark’s presence they knew him as “The King of Fun”. Mark had several interests and hobbies including hiking, fishing, camping, and the great outdoors, and he was a collector and connoisseur of “ugly shirts”. Mark was a jack of all trades and could fix anything while improving upon the original design. Mark enjoyed sharing all his ideas and thoughts to everybody around whether you listened or not. Mark always asked, “What’s going on?” because he cared about others before he cared for himself.
Mark is survived by his wife, Karla; sisters, Sandra Roderick, Jenifer Donnelly, Leslie and Holly Ahlborn. His children, Aynsley, Brant, Jesse, Hailey, Callie, Lily, and Will. His grandchildren, Genevieve, Octavian, Xavier, Brittany Downey, and Jacklyn Jae. His in-laws, John Roderick, Tom Donnelly, J.B. and Karen Brombacher, Bob Brombacher, Carolyn Brombacher, Edward Downey, Kate Reinke; and his mother-in-law Anna Young. His nieces and nephews, Kelly and Hannah Donnelly, William Roderick, and Bria and Jaden Brombacher. Mark was proceeded in death by his parents William and Joan Ahlborn; father-in-law Fred Brombacher; his sister-in-law Barbara Brombacher; and his grandparents, Mary and Henry Relihan Hastings and Josepha and Ray Ahlborn.
The visitation will be held at Holy Spirit Catholic Church on Friday December 27, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. with the Funeral Mass to follow at 11:00 a.m.
In honor of Mark, memorials may be made to Butte Central Education Fund or Holy Spirit Catholic Church.
July 23, 1957 – June 27, 2019
Stephen worked as a salesman for Anheuser-Busch beer for many years.
Stephen is survived by his wife, Rebecca LaRue; daughter Jessica Ogden; son Matthew Ogden; step-son Brian (Ashley) Anderson; and step-daughter Emily LaRue; sister Anne Marie (Chris) Chambers and brother Michael (Jeannine) Ogden.
Stephen was preceded in death by; father William Ogden and mother Anne Marie McGinty; brother William Chapman Ogden.
Robert Toale & Sons Funeral Home is entrusted with final care.
Paul V. Curry, age 61 of Eighty Four, PA passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, September 7, 2018. Born on October 16, 1956 in Elizabeth, NJ, he was the son of the late Ruth and Vincent Curry. Beloved husband to Sharon Newcomer Curry for 39 years. Loving father to Tessa (Ronee) Garland and Vincent (Roxanne) Curry. Proud “Pop” to Rowan Garland. Dear brother to Richard (Roberta) Curry and Jonathan (Beth) Curry. He was preceded in death by his sister Pamela Binotto.
Paul worked as an electrical motor winder for many years. He enjoyed gardening, wood working and his knife collection. Paul will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
A gathering of family and friends will be held on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 from 2 PM – 8 PM at Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 10 AM at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Gateway Hospice, 95 W Beau Street, Suite 510 Washington, PA 15301.
Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.cremationfuneralcare.com.
John Thomas Trocano of Upper St. Clair passed away on July 6, 2018, after a long illness. John is survived by his parents, Paschal and Patricia; his daughter Elizabeth Lewis (Michael); his son, Samuel; grandchildren Nora and Henry; siblings Joseph (Diane), Mary Ellen Joseph (Keith), and James (Lauren); and his companion Yvonne Lenhart.
John was born on October 15, 1957. He was a talented artist. His career in metalsmithing began in high school. He went on to earn a BFA from Edinboro University and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He spent more than three decades as a gold/silversmith creating original designs. He also enjoyed his career and colleagues at Red Bull.
He loved travel, concerts, attending Pittsburgh sporting events, and good food with his family and friends. He loved to garden and fix things, and had an amazing gift for both. Most importantly, he was an adoring Pop Pop to his grandchildren.
Family and friends may call on Monday, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 PM at the Warchol Funeral Home, 3060 Washington Pike, Bridgeville (412-221-3333), and attend the funeral service there on Tuesday at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to CERF+, an organization that provides a safety net for artists, at cerfplus.org/donate.
Age 60, of Peters Twp., passed away on Friday, November 10, 2017. He is survived by his loving children, Caneel M. and Riesen T. Eddy and their mother, Cynthia M. Eddy; beloved son of the late Thomas R. and Mary Jane (Secreto) Eddy; beloved brother of John (Cynthia) Eddy, Marianne (Dave) Eddy, Margaret (Jim) Smith. Also survived by his loving companion, Courtney Wiegand; and many nieces, nephews and friends. Tom was an attorney who loved woodworking, remodeling, playing his guitar and "fast cars". He was an avid writer, photographer and art collector. He had a fascination with the universe and he dedicated his life to helping people. Family and friends welcome Monday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. FREYVOGEL - SLATER FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 112 Fort Couch Rd., Bethel Park 15241 (412-835-1860) (opposite Macy's South Hills Village). Funeral Mass in St. Thomas More Church Tuesday 10 a.m. Burial will be private to the family. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 331 S. Main St., Washington, PA 15301.
Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Nov. 12 to Nov. 13, 2017
May 8, 1957 to January 2, 2016
Wayne MacDonald Ross, of Wanaque, NJ, was 58 years old when he died on January 2, 2016, after a valiant battle with cancer. He was born in Buffalo NY on May 8th, 1957, to Wayne Hathaway Ross and Grace MacDonald Ross. He grew up in Tonawanda NY and Upper St. Clair PA before moving to New Jersey in 1985. He was a territory representative for Benjamin Moore & Co., Inc., having just celebrated his 15th year with the company and 30th year in the paint industry.
He was an active member and ordained elder of Community Presbyterian Church in Ringwood NJ for the past 18 years. His volunteer activities at CPC included the Carpenter's Club and the 1st Wednesday Night Men's Dinner Group. Wayne also worked closely with the church's mission group traveling to New Orleans 5 times to volunteer with the St. Bernard's Project. He and the other members of the mission team spent a week each trip helping rebuild homes in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. It was a deeply moving and life changing experience for him.
Wayne was an avid boater and motorcycle enthusiast. He traveled twice to ride "The Tail of The Dragon", a motorcycle rider's trip of a lifetime, in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. He was a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wayne had a bright smile and hearty laugh. He could talk to anyone, making them feel comfortable and at ease. He enjoyed a good joke, a spicy meal, and single malt scotch. Wayne was graceful, genuine, selfless and faithful. He was loved.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 25 years, Janet Carafa Ross, and their two children, Katharine and Michael; his sister Martha Ross Mockaitis and her husband, Thomas Mockaitis; his brother Matthew Ross; and his sister-in-law Donna Carafa Borra, as well as nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father and mother.
Visiting will take place at Oakland Memorial Home, 330 Ramapo Valley Road, Oakland NJ on Friday, January 8th from 5-9 PM. The service to celebrate his life will be at Community Presbyterian Church, 145 Carletondale Road, Ringwood NJ, on Sunday, January 10th, at 3 PM. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to St. Bernard's Project at stbernardproject.org (indicate in memory of Wayne M. Ross in the notes) or Community Presbyterian Church. For additional information, directions and photo visit
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Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 11:50 am
The celebration in heaven began Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015, when, at the age of 58, Jack Repcheck burst through the golden gates.
He is survived by his parents, Claire and Jack Repcheck; his wife and soulmate, Donna 'the Angel'; his siblings, Kevin, Randy, Carolyn and Dude; his loving children, Christie 'CL' (Jon) Mitchell, Kerry 'Doc' (Tyler) Nickels, Laura 'Squish' (Ryan Hamilton), Julie Custer 'Queen' (Mike Morris), and Karl Custer (Cat Lee); and he was the best Jackpop to his grandkids, Clay and Isabelle. He will also be greatly missed by all of his many nieces and nephews.
Jack was the definition of the life of the party and everyone always wanted to be around him. Anyone who was lucky enough to meet Jack knew how special he was. To know him is to love him as Jack had a zeal for life that was unmatched.
He loved singing with his wife, being with his kids and grandkids, playing the guitar and performing with his band 'The Rock Daddies', traveling the world with the Angel, listening to oldies, watching the Steelers, playing softball with the Hawks, visiting Penn State and his Phi Psi brothers, working in New York City, and living in Pittsburgh then Bucks County. But above all, he loved being with his family.
Jack was in book publishing for his entire professional life and loved going to work every single day of his 33 year career, at both Princeton University Press and W. W. Norton & Company. He even fulfilled his lifelong dream of authoring two books of his own, The Man Who Found Time and Copernicus' Secret.
Jack truly made this world a better place and his passion, kindness and enthusiasm were felt by all who knew him. His family is incredibly grateful to have had him in their lives and will always celebrate the amazing life he lived.
Jack was involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters and adored his little brother, Aubrey. In lieu of flowers, Jack's family requests that donations be made to The Aubrey College Fund (https://www.gofundme.com/aubreycollegefund).
'Seize the Day', 'Eye of the Tiger', 'You Know It!' 'Life, if well-lived, is long enough' - Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Family and friends are invited to Jack's Life Celebration, from 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to noon, Sunday, at Beck/Givnish of Levittown, 7400 New Falls Rd., and to participate in his memorial service at noon. Interment will be held privately.Beck/Givnish of Levittown.
February 22, 1957 - October 29, 2014
Gerrilynne Siren Walk of Allen, Texas passed away October 29, 2014 at the age of 57. She was born February 22, 1957 to Raymond Lewis and Constance Louise (Sherman) Siren in Princeton, New Jersey. Gerri graduated from Upper Saint Clair High School in 1975 and graduated in 1979 magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. Degree in Health Records Administration from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. She married David H. Walk on August 12, 1983 in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania and took up residence in Scott Township, PA until 1996 when they moved the family to Allen, TX.
She began her career in health information services as a medical data analyst with Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, MD, moved to a Data Control Supervisor at the Presbyterian-University Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA; served as the Director of Medical Records at Sewickley Valley Hospital, Sewickley, PA; then a consultant for Coopers & Lybrand; an Assistant to the Director and Project Manager for Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA; and then for the past 23 years a Senior Manager with Health Records Services Corporation of Baltimore, MD.
She authored articles for the Journal of AHIMA, Radiology Today, Advance for Health Information Professionals, Advance for Enterprise Imaging, HCPro, and ICD-10 Monitor. The links to these articles can be found on our website: http://www.hrscoding.com/hrs/news-events/hrs-articles/
Gerri was very active with the Allen Eagle Band Boosters Association, Allen High School, Allen, TX from 2000 until 2010. Thoroughly enjoying reliving her high school marching band days as a bass clarinetist with her boys performing with the largest high school marching band in the land.
She was an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and an active member of the Trinity Presbyterian Church in McKinney, Texas serving in the chancel choir, the bell choir, music director search committee, and Women Ministries since transferring membership in 1996.
Gerri was preceded in death by her sister-in–law Jacqueline Whitney, wife of her brother Eugene Siren.
Gerri is survived by her husband, David Walk of Allen, Texas; sons, Joseph Walk of Melbourne, Florida; Stephen Walk and wife Tara of Grand Forks, North Dakota; and Benjamin Walk in Allen, Texas; parents, Dr. Raymond and Connie Siren of Upper St Clair, Pennsylvania; brother, Eugene Siren with nephews Christopher and Edward of Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania; sisters, Susan DeLeo, and husband Doug with niece Morgan of Kingsville, Maryland; and Gail Heinl and husband Roy with nephew Andrew of Port St. John, Florida; and niece Denise Heinl of Tampa, FL.
September 19, 1956 - October 26, 2014
POUNDSTONE KATHY ANN
Age 58, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, passed away, after a four-month battle with cancer. Kathy was born in Morgantown, West Virginia. Kathy volunteered at Jupiter Medical Center Thrift Shop for 17 years. She was preceded in death by her mother, Doris Mae Poundstone. Kathy will be greatly missed by her father, William N. Poundstone, Sr. and his wife, Martha, of Jupiter Island, FL; brothers, William N. Poundstone, Jr. of Los Angeles, CA, and Scott L. Poundstone of Jupiter, FL; stepsister, Beth Mathias of Jupiter Island, FL; Uncle Jack Poundstone of Tennessee; nieces, Emily A. Poundstone and Alyssa M. Poundstone, nephew, Weston S. Poundstone, all of Jupiter, FL. Family will receive guests on Tuesday, October 28, 2014, from 3-4 p.m., with Memorial Services to begin at 4:00 p.m., AYCOCK - RIVERSIDE FUNERAL AND CREMATION CENTER, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL. Online condolences may be made at www.aycockfuneralhomejupiter.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Kathy's name to the Jupiter Medical Center Thrift Shop, 205 Center Street, Jupiter, FL 33458.
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Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Oct. 27, 2014
June 9, 1956 - September 22, 2014
Jeffrey Mark Caldwell, age 58, of Roswell, Ga. passed away on Monday, Sept. 22nd, 2014.
At this time no arrangements have been made.
Byars Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Cumming, Ga.
passed away suddenly on 6/26/2014
As Nancy Widman Prostko notified us:
It is with a heavy heart that I let you all know that our classmate and friend Toni Thompson Dudley passed away, Thursday, June 26th. Toni's husband, three daughters, and sister were at her side.
All arrangements are being held privately with her family.
Toni was my best friend. I remember when I first met Toni on the school bus and asked to her to come see the puppies that my dog had just given birth to. We were inseparable from that day. Toni walked with Ed Courtney in our wedding. Toni was a sister to me.
You all know how fortunate we have been to have such great friends over the years, the kind of friends that you don't have to see everyday and still are able to call them anytime and laugh for hours as Toni and I did regularly.
I love her and will miss her terribly.
Toni Thompson Dudley, age 57, of Raritan Township, NJ died Thursday, June 26, 2014 at Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ. Born May 8, 1957 in Pittsburgh, PA to Dale Hess Thompson and Mary Louise Thompson, she lived in Bethesda, MD, Hightstown, NJ and Doylestown, PA before moving to Raritan Township.
Toni earned her Bachelors’ degree in Finance and an MBA in International Finance both from George Washington University in Washington D.C. She started work at Merck Sharp and Dome in West Point, PA, eventually advancing to the position of Director of Economic Affairs for Western Europe at the company’s World Headquarters in Whitehouse, NJ. Though also a licensed New Jersey realtor, Toni’s true passion was philanthropy. She cared greatly for friends and strangers alike and generously gave of her time and resources to benefit others. One of her most favorite ventures was the time she spent volunteering at the Flemington Food Pantry.
Surviving is her husband, Timothy R. Dudley; three children, Meredith, Kathryn, and Caroline Dudley all of Raritan Township, NJ; a sister, Terri Thompson Moorhead of Marcy, NY; and beloved family dog, Daily. Toni was a loving wife, devoted mother, and loyal friend who was deeply loved and cherished in return. She will be sorrowfully missed but always remembered by her family and those who knew her.
Interment will be private in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Flemington, NJ under the direction of the Robert L. Ford Funeral Home, 38 Highway 31, Flemington, NJ. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Flemington Food Pantry in Toni’s honor. For more information or to send online condolences, please visit www.fordfuneralhome.com.
December 26, 1956 - January 14, 2013
Fred Seeba, III., 56, of Roswell, died January 14, 2013. He was self-employed by electric motors and accessories sales group founded in 2009. He is survived by his son, F.J. Seeba, IV.; brother, Jim (Cynthia) Seeba; sister, Diane (Stan) Nelson. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Northside Chapel Funeral Directors and Crematory, Roswell/Alpharetta, 770/645-1414. www.northsidechapel.com
Bruces wife informed us of his passing on 11/9/14 -
Greetings from Nebraska!
I am the wife of one of your classmates and wanted to send you an update. Bruce Glover passed away August 25th, 2012. I attended your 10 year and 20 year reunions with him, lots of fun. On September 12, 2004 Bruce suffered a profound brain injury. We only made one more trip to Pennsylvania after that.
Maybe you already had record of his passing. You can certainly leave this email address in your contacts. I don't like to erase all the records of his life.
Have a great reunion!
obituary - No obituary - although Bob Passed away from Cancer
Funeral Home: Beinhauer Family Services, LLP 2820 Washington Road McMurray, Pennsylvania 15317
2/13/57 to 11/26/2011
Terrence Hill Clark, 54, of Manlius, died peacefully on Saturday surrounded by his family after a brief illness. Born in Gillette, WY, he was predeceased by his parents, Robert Hill and Mildred Boehle Clark.
He was founder and CEO of WWWEnterprise, Inc. Bloomfield, NY where he fulfilled his vision of becoming a computer entrepreneur and successful business owner. His brilliance and gift for seeing the positive in everything and his ability to teach and share his knowledge with others will forever be his legacy. He loved spending time in St. Maarten, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors.
He is survived by his loving wife Debra J. (Marchiante) Clark; identical twin brother Gerald R. Clark (Nancy T. Clark) of Newburgh, NY; sister-in-law Barbara A. (Gregory T.) Servetas of Trumbull, CT as well as several nieces and nephews.
Terry purchased the Domain USC1975.com in 2003 to have a place our class could call their own.
Now he's gone like a wave that crests, curls, and then crashes and washes softly out to sea, leaving its imprint on the sand.
In the Alumni Directory 2006 as in our classmate addressbook = Richard reported he lived in Los Angeles CA and had a degree in the theatre of Arts. Also indicated his job was an "Actor".
http://www.benshaktmandirector.com/season-five.php - Richard was in the play "Mister Roberts" By Thomas Heggen & Joshua Logan
Directed by John Going
Died February 22, 2010
Obituary from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3/5/2010: SFC J. Mark Runco (RET) - Age 52, died February 22, 2010, at Penrose St. Francis, after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his two sons, Jack, age 29 and Dominic, age 15. He also leaves behind two grandchildren, Isabella and Gabriel Runco. SFC Runco was a Gulf War Veteran where he earned numerous awards and commendations for his efforts to keep Battalion Attack Helicopters in flight including an Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and a Presidential Citation. Over his numerous tours in foreign countries, he earned several foreign decorations including Egyptian Flight Crew Wings. J. Mark Runco grew up all over the world in such places as Turkey and Taiwan but spent most of his life in Upper St. Clair, Pittsburgh, PA. He is a graduate of Upper St. Clair High School. He is also survived by his four siblings, Clinton W. Runco, Pamela J. Runco, Timothy J. Runco and Jamie E. Runco. He was preceded in death by his eldest son, Thomas Runco and his loving parents, Col. Joseph Gabriel and Gloria Runco. After 20 years of patriotic service with the United States Army, SFC Runco retired from military service to carry on his career as a Lead Aviation Maintenance Supervisor for SkyWest Airlines where he finally retired in Colorado Springs, CO in 2009. Family and friends welcome Monday, March 8, 2-4 and 7-9 pm FREYVOGEL-SLATER FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 112 Fort Couch Rd. Bethel Park, (opposite Macy's South Hills Village). Funeral Mass will be held Tuesday, March 9, 10 am at St. Thomas More Church. www.slaterfuneral.com"
Caryn Wunderlich Gott Rohbock
Born: January 4, 1957 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Died: August 1, 2009 - Salt Lake City, Utah
Daughter of Dr. Charles C. Wunderlich and
Mrs. Mary Yvonne Rothey Wunderlich
Wife of Ronald S. Rohbock
Mother of Michelle Yvonne and Charles Thomas Gott
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5vwXFIyILg This video features a unique version of the Beatles tune, "Here Comes The Sun," performed by Las Vegas based, world renowned harpist, Caryn Wunderlich Gott, on an electric harp. Her daughter Michelle continues on the harp
Age 51, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 8, 2009, at Christiana Hospital surrounded by his family. Born in Houston, TX, Bob was the son of Robert and Carol Jayne (Owen) Bruner. He was a graduate of the University of Delaware and a long time resident of Newark. He worked as a self-employed property manager. He is survived by his parents, Robert and Carol Jayne Bruner of Reston, VA, and his sister, Cheryl Bruner of Washington, DC.
Born - October 5, 1956 Died - April 17, 2009
Obituary from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4/24/2009: "Leigh Anne, 52, of Mercer, PA, died peacefully on April 17, 2009. Daughter of the late Leigh and Dorothy Mann. Life companion of Jim Shea; sister of Marilyn Palas, Shelly Kastner and Marsha Mann; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Leigh Anne loved the outdoors and was an avid Steelers fan. Memorial Service will be held Sat. April 25, 3:30pm at 2530 Forest Brook Drive, Upper St. Clair 15241. In lieu of flowers donations are requested to be sent to the JOHN N. ELACHKO FUNERAL HOME, 3447 Dawson St., Pgh, PA 15213."
51, of Midway, died Thursday, July 10, 2008 in her home. Born April 10, 1957. Beloved daughter of Harry P. and Grace O. (Billings) Finke; loving mother of Laura B., Molly L., Samuel C., and Henry J. "Hank" Fry; sister of Kathryn D. Gill, Susanne Finke and the late Harry C. Finke; grandmother of Daesha Rae Ely. Friends received Monday from 5 to 9 pm at NATION FUNERAL HOME, INC., 220 E. Lincoln Ave., McDonald. Friends are to go directly to St. John Capistran R.C. Church, 1610 McMillan Road, Upper St. Clair for a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 am Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, the family request memorial donations be sent to
American Heart Association
, 777 Penn Center Blvd., Pgh, PA 15232
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Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on July 15, 2008 - obituary