News Obituaries


 Sherif Abdelhak, former CEO for Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation
Sherif Abdelhak, former CEO for Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation

Obituary: Sherif Abdelhak / Embattled health care CEO died quietly

The former CEO was blamed for the collapse of what was once the largest health system in Pennsylvania.


 Joseph P. Pavlovich, a former math teacher at Shady Side Academy.

Obituary: Joseph P. Pavlovich / Longtime math teacher loved his work

A lucky break allowed a lad who had lost his father to attend a private boarding school, providing a springboard to a teaching career.



Obituary: Charles Marvin 'Chuck' Coffey / Former Squirrel Hill dentist was known for his light touch and gentle manner

A friend described Charles “Chuck” Coffey as “a plain, simple, nice man” who practiced dentistry for 25 years in Squirrel Hill.



Obituary: Florence 'Peggy' Greenberg / Devoted to family, community theater

A life devoted to family and community theater remembered.


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Hillary Clinton’s lawyer testified Friday before a House committee investigating the attack in Benghazi, in which the U.S. envoy to Libya


 

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Many see the possibility of a regional war in the Middle East as one of the outcomes of the chaos unleashed by the Arab Spring.



U.S., Russian crew blasts off for yearlong stay on space station

Scientists are interested in seeing how the human body fares during longer stays in space, in anticipation ofr multi-year missions to Mars.


 
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    The rise of conservative Hindu politicians has revived a long-standing battle over the status of the cow in the massive, multifaith nation.



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