Acclaimed musician was a father and owner of the Bloomfield record store Sound Cat.
He was a great bartender at Alex Tambellini’s Restaurant, Downtown, for 47 years
Obituary: Richard Lawrence Wechsler / Gastroenterologist helped transform city into center of medical research
Dr. Wechsler’s son, Lawrence, called his father “one of the leaders in expanding our horizons here in Pittsburgh.”
He was a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession and gave millions the fright of their lives.
Mr. Armitage, 83, died Sunday at the Longwood at Oakmont Retirement Community.
Joe Bonadio, he took up the flute after reading about the Pittsburgh Flute Club. He was 93.
Dick Gautier was also the voice of Rodimus Prime on the mid-1980s cartoon “The Transformers” and for Serpentor on the animated “G.I. Joe.”
The renowned rockabilly and western swing musician owed his long career to a fateful coin toss in 1959.
Former astronaut Gene Cernan, died on Monday in Texas following ongoing heath issues, his family said. He was 82.
Obituary: Robert Egan / Ex-Gateway Rehab chair was passionate about helping people with addiction issues
Mr. Egan, a retired steel and metals executive who formerly lived in Fox Chapel, died Jan. 10 at a hospital in Gulf Stream, Fla. He was 86.
Earlier this month, the man known on the wrestling circuit for his dives was found not competent to stand trial in a 1983 death.
Ruth P. Jordon: Jan. 11, 1946 — Jan. 13, 2017
Obituary: John Lemmon / Penn Hills native, professor at Shippensburg was consummate athlete, consummate friend
Lemmon died Jan. 7 from pancreatic cancer at the Hospice Care Center in Bolivia, N.C. He was 67.
Mr. Westrick died Monday of sudden-onset renal failure at St. John Specialty Care Center in Mars. He was 82.
Dr. Waylonis died Jan. 3 of a heart attack at Sunrise Senior Care Home in Upper St. Clair. He was 89.
His passions for food and civil rights were clear to most people who knew him
Michael Chamberlain fought for decades to prove to the world that the animal was responsible for his daughter’s disappearance.
Ad man was co-founder of MARC & Company.
Over the course of 60 years, he ended up owning the only company he ever worked for.
Larissa Osby was a painter, collage artist and teacher recognized as artist of the year by the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in 1983.
Journalist who covered Asian affairs for The Washington Post
Fox Chapel man “could fish anywhere.”
Dr. Kaplan, 87, died Monday after succumbing to neck cancer.
Rev. Funair died Dec. 25 from a heart attack at Forbes Hospital in Monroeville. He was 54.
The actor who played the role of Sheriff McClelland in the 1968 cult zombie film, "Night of the Living Dead," has died.
For nearly four full decades, Ms. Milton graced the airwaves and television screen with her lively reporting.
Dr. George Gray Jr., died Friday of congestive heart failure in St. Clair Hospital. He was 94.
Joseph Stotlemyer, 75, was known for getting suspects to talk.
Fomer Aspinwall bookstore owner sold books he thought were well-written and warned against books that didn’t meet his standards.
Guitarist-songwriter played in a number of bands, including The Shroud and the Side Orders.
Led Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary to accreditation, expanded its reach across denominational and racial groups.
An obituary on the funeral home’s website credits Hulseman with developing the Red Solo Cup and the Traveler coffee cup lid.
Celebrities offer their reactions to the deaths of the screen legend and daughter Carrie Fisher.
His passing at VA Hospital in Aspinwall has reduced an already diminishing personal connection to a pivotal moment in world history.
An architect by training, he also delighted in the life that filled his buildings.
Ms. Fisher died Tuesday morning, days after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles.
Lesa B. Morrison, who grew up in Squirrel Hill, died earlier this month after being bitten by a spider and developing an infection.
April 9, 1985 - Dec. 8, 2016 | Beauty flowed from Alex Kaufman’s strings, but addiction’s coils squeezed him.
The Wham! vocalist passed away ‘peacefully at home,’ his publicist said.
Obituary: Francs J. "Monk" Bonasorte / Hazelwood native was standout defensive back at Florida State University
A memorial service for Mr. Bonasorte will be held Jan. 14 at St. Stephen Catholic Church in Hazelwood.
Rev. Ed Bowen, pastor of the Crafton United Presbyterian Church for 12 years, left a lot of love and a lot of money for schoolchildren.