On Monday, Mrs. Fineman died of natural causes in her Oakland home, only a few weeks after celebrating her 92nd birthday on June 9.
The longtime KDKA-AM broadcaster died at age 92 in December.
“She was the heart and soul of the Republican Party in Mt. Lebanon for sure,” said Allegheny County Republican Party chairman D. Raja.
Richard Keith Irish was a Washington-area executive recruiter who wrote self-help guides on thriving in professional life.
Jack Fuller was best known as a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and top executive with the Chicago Tribune.
Mrs. Hughes, 83, of Mount Washington, died Monday at UPMC Mercy after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer in November.
Mr. Conley, 90, died Saturday after a lifetime of scientific discovery and a 56-year marriage to his wife, Catherine, who died in 2007.
The pianist settled in Japan in 2002 after living for many years in the Los Angeles area. He died Thursday in a hospital near Tokyo. He was
Ralph Ketner, 95, died May 29, according to a news release from the grocery store chain.
Obituary: Wheelock Whitney Jr. / Minnesota business and political leader, sports booster and philanthropist
Mr. Whitney, whose fraternity brothers at Yale included former President George H.W. Bush, was born to a prominent family in St. Cloud.
He was killed by his own car as it rolled down his driveway early Sunday, police and his publicist said.
As a husband and father, a Chalfant Borough councilman and a youth athletics coach, Thomas J. Kasardo was committed to helping others.
Mr. Oelschlager, 62, of Finleyville, died unexpectedly on June 8 after an illness.
That hairstyle was the conical up do that heralded a towering new era in style when it debuted in 1960.
She has been credited with helping build the regulatory runway for opening space travel to private innovators.
Singer-bassist was known for playing in The Flow Band and The Freedom Band.
He received more statewide votes throughout his political career than any person in Ohio history and was never voted out of office.
Worked for 29 years fighting discrimination and became regional director for the PA Human Rights Commission.
He was the director of the Duquesne University Tamburitzans for 36 years.
He led to influential advances in education and the development of the field of cognitive psychology.
Mr. Jones, died of a heart attack Saturday at 63.
Geoff Jones was a sound engineer who worked the board at Graffiti and Club Laga from 1988 to 2004, before going to the Pepsi Roadhouse.
Videos of his violent knockout victories in unsanctioned street fights in 2013 became wildly popular online. Afterward, he studied MMA.
Waverly Easley was the former president of the Philadelphia Tribune, the nation’s oldest continuously published African-American newspaper.
Obituary: Aldo Colautti / Longtime public servant worked for city, county, state, Pittsburgh Public Schools
A long-time public servant and executive secretary to Mayor Joseph Barr, Aldo Colautti, died after a battling dementia.
The fighter’s online schtick was simple but effective in capturing an audience.
Charles Kelly, a retired Associated Press photographer, captured iconic images of the Civil Rights movement, sports and politics.
Suzanne Corkin was a neuroscientist who made significant contributions to the study of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
The artist was a long-time set designer and house manager for Pittsburgh Playhouse and a Point Park instructor.
John Kenneth Knaus, died April 18 at a hospital in Washington, D.C. He was 92.
His legal career in D.C. spanned 75 years, including a 1940 Supreme Court clerkship and ending with the closing of his law office in 2015.
Before retiring and accepting a slower pace of life with his wife, Mr. Parran had a career with PPG Industries that spanned many decades.
Served sandwiches to schoolchildren and mill workers at her shop at Second and Hazlewood avenues, which she ran for over 25 years.
We are all robbed of Mr. Ali’s unequaled joyousness, Gene Collier writes.
He oversaw one of the biggest advances in fusion energy research.
Muhammad Ali died Friday after a brief bout with respiratory illness and a decades-long battle with Parkinson's disease.
Businessman turned politician had lasting impact on not only the Rosslyn Farms community but Pennsylvania as well.
Nancy Lee Victoria Fleck Oyler, former intake specialist and counselor of Greater Pittsburgh Guild for the Blind, died at 85.
It is a collection of stations that harnessed the novel power of satellite television to become the world’s largest religious network.
He acquired hundreds of companies and developed a wildly successful line of low-priced frozen foods called Healthy Choice.
Alfred James Casey Jr. was like millions of veterans of World War II in that he rarely talked about it until he reached old age.
One of the last burlesque comedians, he appeared on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show” and had a running shtick with comedian Milton Berle.
Squirrel Hill native David Wald specialized in making smart films and won an Emmy in 1995 as part of Michael Moore’s “TV Nation” team.
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.