Ms. Butts was President Barack Obama’s classmate at Harvard Law School and a longtime member of the president’s inner circle.
Ms. Fawcett was a British codebreaker during World War II who deciphered a key German message that led to the battleship Bismarck’s sinking.
The longtime businessman was in his second term as a Bridgeville borough councilman.
Obituary: The Rev. Kenneth Bailey / Presbyterian Bible scholar, author of 'Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes'
Rev. Bailey settled in Western Pa. after decades of mission work in Arab world, where he absorbed Mideast cultures that shaped the Bible.
He also was a leader of a 1992 task force to alleviate a humanitarian crisis in Somalia.
The “Pink Panther” films brought Mr. Kwouk greater visibility than many other British actors of Asian descent at the time.
Flora Rathburn worked her way up from small newspapers to directing a staff that won Pulitzers.
“When she was serving, her customers grew to know her and love her,” said Carlton owner Kevin Joyce. “She was a genuine person.”
He illuminated the forces that shaped the German state from its founding through the Holocaust to modern times.
He was the influential metal band’s longest-serving drummer, performing on five records over nine years, including 1990’s “Rust In Peace.”
Ron Gebhardt died of natural causes Tuesday in Sewickley. He was 86.
He helped to build one of the region’s largest road and building construction firms but always made family time.
Alan Young was already a well-known radio and TV comedian, having his own Emmy-winning variety show, when “Mister Ed” was being readied.
Curtis David Copeland was Bridgeville’s postmaster, a job he held for more than 30 years.
Guy Clark, the Grammy-winning musician who mentored a generation of songwriters, has died at age 74.
Mr. Safer did 919 stories in his 46 years at ”60 Minutes,” where he ”was a fixture, one of our pillars.”
Obituary: Peter M. Winter / Longtime anesthesiologist at Pitt was pioneer in the field, accomplished sailor
Dr. Winter, 81, died Saturday in Issaquah, Wash., a Seattle suburb where he had lived for the past five years.
Obituary: Madeleine LeBeau / Best known for her role as Rick’s pushed aside girlfriend in ‘Casablanca’
Her character Yvonne passionately sings “La Marseillaise” at a pivotal moment in the film.
Frank Cartieri, vice president and COO of the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, died of heart disease.
Mr. Schallert died Sunday at his home in Pacific Palisades, Calif., said his son, Edwin. He was 93.
George Thomas Williams died Sunday at his home in Duck, N.C. He was 85.
South Side activist Roberta Stackawitz, died April 29 at UPMC Mercy Hospital after a stroke. She was 88.
Mrs. Zinsser, 68, a Pleasant Hills resident who was born and raised there, died April 29 of lung cancer.
The “quiet woman” from Arnold was 113 when she passed away today in Greensburg.
Michael McGinley, minority owner and stockholder of the Steelers, dies at age 65.
Sanford Finder, 88, who represented municipalities, businesses and criminal defendants, started the Golden Panthers in Washington County.
Dow Carnahan was the voice of Latrobe Wildcats football and basketball as well as Saint Vincent Bearcats football and basketball.
David L. Baxter understood the beauty of technology.
He began to lift weights while his Japanese American family was held in a detention camp during World War II.
Mrs. Lally, of Sewickley, died Thursday at age 95.
First arrested in 1967, his rap sheet would eventually be filled with arrests and convictions from protests at weapons labs and at the
Rev. Kyles died Tuesday, at 81, in a Memphis hospital. He was the last surviving witness from the balcony to King’s assassination.
JoAnne Staroschak spread her Ukrainian heritage by teaching others about Pysanka, the centuries-old folk art of decorating Easter eggs.
Ms. Jackson, 41, of the South Side died last week following a roughly four-year battle with cancer.
Mrs. Shaw died Saturday as a result of complications from pneumonia at Canonsburg Hospital. She was 90.
Mariah Klinefelter of Upper St. Clair was “beautiful and all that,” recalled her husband, Jeff, but the special something that grabbed him
“Mr. Trent,” as many in and around Ben Avon know him, died suddenly of kidney failure Monday at Allegheny General Hospital. He was 93.
The WWII vet was a Koppers chemical engineer who served six terms on Ben Avon Borough Council and as its longtime judge of elections.
Mrs. Gross, 67, died at a hospital there of pneumonia, with her daughters and husband beside her.
Susie Gross was the face of the preschool at the Jewish Community Center to many children and parents.
A family spokeswoman said Monday, that Roberts died overnight Sunday in her sleep in Los Angeles. She was 90.
Genial owner of Oakland bookstall who hosted literary giants and mentored novelist Michael Chabon, dies at age 87
Richard “Dick” Douglas Irwin was admired for the consideration he showed to employees, customers, and family and friends.
Penn State lost a piece of its history Tuesday: Bryce Jordan, Penn State’s president from 1983 to 1990, died at his home in Austin, Texas.
Anna Jackson was born in Millvale and was half of one of America’s best-known acting couples. She died Tuesday at her home in Manhattan.
The founder of the Ohio Valley General Hospital radiology department retired at 75 and remained active through most of his 98 years.
Peter Jannetta, 84, known for groundbreaking research and techniques, was “godfather of almost every neurosurgeon in the world.”
Her advice on relationships was celebrated as refreshingly traditional by some and castigated as appallingly pre-feminist by others.
Last known survivor of the Polish underground in World War II became a Catholic priest, scholar, author and later an Episcopal minister.
Mt. Lebanon native who was passionate about history, preservation.