He earned a full scholarship to CMU, where he earned three degrees by 1952. From 1946 to 1995, he taught and studied engineering.
Nixon was the singing voice for Deborah Kerr in “The King and I;” Natalie Wood in “West Side Story” and Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady.”
The Gentle Ben’s Giant Breed Rescue provides a foster home and medical care for homeless large-breed dogs
The music director for CCAC Boyce shared his enthusiasm with thousands of students while teaching for half a century.
During WWII, he was taken prisoner by the Germans and remained in captivity until the end of the war.
Just 49 years old, the first-term Democrat from Hawaii died of pancreatic cancer.
Garry Marshall was an unabashed throwback to the family oriented comedies of television’s first generation of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Ms. Lawrence, of Patterson Heights, died Thursday in Allegheny General hospital from a brain hemorrhage. She was 82.
Voters never forgave the youthful Democrat for maneuvering to be named to fill a vacant U.S. Senate seat.
Mr. Zingaro died of colon cancer Thursday at the Family Hospice and Palliative Care facility in Mt. Lebanon. He was 62.
John Brademas, an Indiana politician who helped create national arts and humanities endowments and served as president of NYU, died Monday.
He spent his whole life being the best he could be. He knew how to take an old chair and make it look brand new and beautiful.
Obituary: Wilford A. Payne / Visionary grew area’s largest network of health centers serving poor people
Healthcare visionary who grew Pittsburgh area’s largest health center network for the poor and helped lead national movement.
He earned a reputation as one of Hollywood’s boldest directors, then all but squandered it two years later.
She taught in the Plum Boro School Dristrict for 30 years and always put children before herself.
He starred in such shows as “Follies” and “Sweet Charity.”
Mr. Westman died of respiratory failure Monday in hospice care at West Penn Hospital. He was 71.
For nearly 25 years, he designed the face of the Post-Gazette with the mission of turning out a front page that was elegant and serious.
Mrs. Lippert. 84, died Tuesday of natural causes at Harbour Senior Living in South Hills.
Jack C. Taylor grew a seven-car leasing business into Enterprise Holdings, a rental giant that boasts the world’s largest car, truck fleet.
He was one of the nation’s leading liberal politicians and an influential figure at the top levels of all three branches of government.
He was famous for marathon rides — even riding Kennywood’s Jack Rabbit 95 consecutive times in dedication to its 95th birthday last year.
He became a billionaire by renting cars to Americans where they lived through the company he named Enterprise
By the time of Mr. Wiesel’s death, millions had read “Night,” his account of the concentration camps where he watched his father die.
Vic Ball of Jefferson Hills just enjoyed the act of fishing and took pride in passing his skills to the next generation.
The pioneering rock guitarist’s sharp, graceful style helped Elvis Presley shape his sound and inspired a generation of musicians.
Mr. Cohen died Sunday at his home in Squirrel Hill. He was 74.
On Monday, Mrs. Fineman died of natural causes in her Oakland home, only a few weeks after celebrating her 92nd birthday on June 9.
The longtime KDKA-AM broadcaster died at age 92 in December.
“She was the heart and soul of the Republican Party in Mt. Lebanon for sure,” said Allegheny County Republican Party chairman D. Raja.
Richard Keith Irish was a Washington-area executive recruiter who wrote self-help guides on thriving in professional life.
Jack Fuller was best known as a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and top executive with the Chicago Tribune.
Mrs. Hughes, 83, of Mount Washington, died Monday at UPMC Mercy after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer in November.
Mr. Conley, 90, died Saturday after a lifetime of scientific discovery and a 56-year marriage to his wife, Catherine, who died in 2007.
The pianist settled in Japan in 2002 after living for many years in the Los Angeles area. He died Thursday in a hospital near Tokyo. He was
Ralph Ketner, 95, died May 29, according to a news release from the grocery store chain.
As a husband and father, a Chalfant Borough councilman and a youth athletics coach, Thomas J. Kasardo was committed to helping others.
Mr. Oelschlager, 62, of Finleyville, died unexpectedly on June 8 after an illness.
That hairstyle was the conical up do that heralded a towering new era in style when it debuted in 1960.
She has been credited with helping build the regulatory runway for opening space travel to private innovators.
Singer-bassist was known for playing in The Flow Band and The Freedom Band.
Worked for 29 years fighting discrimination and became regional director for the PA Human Rights Commission.
He was the director of the Duquesne University Tamburitzans for 36 years.
He led to influential advances in education and the development of the field of cognitive psychology.
Mr. Jones, died of a heart attack Saturday at 63.
Geoff Jones was a sound engineer who worked the board at Graffiti and Club Laga from 1988 to 2004, before going to the Pepsi Roadhouse.
Videos of his violent knockout victories in unsanctioned street fights in 2013 became wildly popular online. Afterward, he studied MMA.
Obituary: Aldo Colautti / Longtime public servant worked for city, county, state, Pittsburgh Public Schools
A long-time public servant and executive secretary to Mayor Joseph Barr, Aldo Colautti, died after a battling dementia.
The fighter’s online schtick was simple but effective in capturing an audience.
Suzanne Corkin was a neuroscientist who made significant contributions to the study of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.