Earl A. McCabe Jr. was a nuclear engineer who dedicated himself to helping others through volunteerism.
Mr. Abraham became an avid Pirates fan after immigrating to Pittsburgh with his family in 1939.
Mr. Canary’s first taste of soap-opera drama came in 1965, when he was cast as Dr. Russ Gehring in “Peyton Place.”
Ken Johnson was the only pitcher in major league history to throw a nine-inning no-hitter and still lose.
Mr. McGinnis, 91, formerly of Dravosburg, died Sunday at Sunrise of Upper St. Clair, apparently of a heart problem.
Monique J. Lemaitre Leon, 81, of Squirrel Hill, a scholar, died Nov. 5 in Shadyside Hospital after a lengthy illness, her family said.
Former bank executive Frederick J. Birkel took duties seriously as son, husband, father and Marine.
Anthony F. Lisanti, the former CEO of Chester Engineers and a U.S. Navy veteran who gave of himself long after retirement, died Nov. 14.
Dr. Hershenson taught at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and served as president of the UPMC Shadyside.
Engineer who maintained elevators and was on call for emergencies, and vice president and treasurer of the Beaver Falls Historical Society
Mr. Casasent, 72, of Fox Chapel died of a heart attack Monday.
Ms. Marsilio of Scott died Sunday. She was 67. She taught German in the Carlynton School District for almost 22 years.
Longtime lawyer, prosecutor and courthouse character mentored scores of young attorneys.
Jean DiFatta grew up watching her father buy and sell fruits and vegetables. So it was perhaps inevitable that she, too, would go on to
Stuart Kline devoted his life as a specialist in oral surgery and as an educator who taught and mentored new generations in the field.
Patricia Dunbar of Mt. Lebanon took mission trips to Russia and Ukraine as well as serving as a volunteer with a Christian women’s ministry.
Obituary: Melvin Henderson / Volunteer, youth wrestling official helped spread his love of the sport
A fixture in the Mt. Lebanon wrestling community died Nov. 9 from congestive heart failure.
“She always had time to take care of other people, in a beautiful, loving way,” said Sister Eileen Johnston, a friend for 50 years.
In his 47 years of teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, he made significant contributions to the art world.
The New Castle native “always taught us to put other people first,” said a daughter. Mr. Burgo retired at 55 and died Thursday at 64.
Leonard Wanzco, 64, of Whitehall, was a progressive U.S. Steel administrator, a Pitt sports fan and a regular at Fat Head’s Saloon.
Nicholas Bolkovac, who made one of the best plays in Pitt football history to upset Penn State, founded a group called Pitt Rocks.
Longtime, pioneering Pittsburgh cardiologist who cared for his patients beyond their illnesses.
A former Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editor, described by one of her bosses as a “Renaissance woman in journalism,” died Monday in Michigan.
He never achieved his ambition to lead postwar Iraq and left a legacy replete with missteps.
Lawrenceville native went on to become New York advertising copy writer before returning to Pittsburgh.
He helped establish the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, providing early commissions for some of the country’s most esteemed composers.
Gary Zimmerman was a fighter — whether in the courtroom or on the soccer pitch. He thought everyone should view the world as he did through
Longtime member of the Sisters of Divine Providence spent decades teaching music and religion.
His 1986 color photograph “Pontiac Tempest” is now part of the collection at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
A married father of two, Mr. Kovacic, of Cranberry, died after collapsing near the finish line of the EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler race.
Ms. Davis, 57, of Lincoln-Lemington, often referred to as the “high priestess of jazz,” died of cancer Tuesday at UPMC Shadyside Hospital.