Obituary: Douglas A. Opperman / City, national marbles champion as a boy, he later built a bridge and ran a business
Mr. Opperman, formerly of the North Side and most recently of Avalon, won the national tournament at the 1940 New York World’s Fair.
David Kremen’s love of foreign lands fit nicely with his work as an international attorney for Westinghouse.
Quick with a quip, Mr. Carter was a significant figure in television during the medium’s earliest days.
Joan K. Glickstein April 23, 1934 -- June 24, 2015
Mr. Hoffstot died Monday at his Shadyside home, a 21-room mansion built in 1914 for industrialist Andrew Moreland.
Obituary: Jon Philip ‘Phil’ Andrews / Accomplished architect had interest in high design and art, autos, boats
The prominent Pittsburgh architect loved his craft because it combined his fascination with art and engineering, said Lana Andrews, his
Richard Wolk specialized in selling advertising packages for local television stations before starting his own media-buying firm, RJW Media.
The native Pittsburgher, who practiced served his community for over 40 years, helped the polio vaccine trials organized by Jonas Salk.
The Rev. Albert Bowe, Sr. loved to sing and serve his church.
Anthony "Peppy" Giovane was a physical education teacher and coach for various sports.
Donald Wukich, was instrumental in bridging economic and racial divides after the Woodland Hills School District was formed in 1981.
Mr. Hoerr died Sunday of septic shock in Middleboro, Mass., where he and his wife lived since 2009.
University of Pittsburgh professor Clyde Weaver was in the forefront of the planning and development field.
He was known as a gregarious, friendly executive. Unless his principles were crossed.
He was diagnosed in 2008 with Huntington’s. But friends and family say it never took away his spirit.
He built Comcast from a small cable TV system in Mississippi into an entertainment and communications behemoth.
Along the way, he helped create the role of the modern show business manager.
Comcast is the nation's largest video, high-speed Internet, and phone provider to homes.
Ms. Spruill, a decades-long force in fighting for people with disabilities, died Tuesday of a combination of health issues. She was 70.
Obituary: William F. Walsh Jr. / Parks department supervisor took immense pride in city’s green spaces
Mr. Walsh, who lived in Elliott, died of congestive heart failure Monday at Marian Manor in Green Tree. He was 88.
Charles A. “Chuck” Peters worked to release the intellectually disabled from institutions and educate them in public schools.
Peter Iole, 86, taught at Pine-Richland for decades and was deeply involved in the civic life of Mars in Butler County.
A sports physician, Dr. Hagen worked with athletes of all genders and dedicated herself to fighting for equity in sports and medicine.
Mr. Miller, 90, of Fox Chapel, died Tuesday at the Veteran’s Hospital in Aspinwall.
Dusty Rhodes, who was born Virgil Runnels and also went by the nickname “The American Dream,” was a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.
The one-time Pirates CEO told would-be buyers in the early 1990s that the team would not be leaving the city.
Spanish medieval art historian John Williams dies at 87.
Obituary: Francis 'Sonny' Janoski / Self-made farmer tripled his land, ‘just loved doing what he did’
Founder of Janoski's Farm and Greenhouse loved his family and farm
The ‘face’ of popular Cafe Allegro on South Side dies.
Charles Jarrett, an accomplished corporate lawyer, died Wednesday at 87.
Dawn Marie Gideon was a top executive with the West Penn Allegheny Health System and its predecessors.
Aziz, the highest-ranking Christian in Saddam’s regime, was sentenced in 2010 to hang for persecuting the Shiite Muslim parties in Iraq.
Marine Sgt. John McLaughlin returns home to Pittsburgh 65 years after he was killed in Korea
Former artist and executive director of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh dies at 83.