The actor and writer died late Sunday in Stamford, Conn., from complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Bethel Park man cut and styled hair — including Terry Bradshaw’s — for seven decades and served for three on town’s zoning hearing board.
Mr. Bergmann, of Mt. Lebanon, was a Cold War-era Air Force veteran and longtime Westinghouse Electric chemist.
The veteran actor was best known for his recurring role in the sitcom ‘Alice,’ which ran from 1976 to 1985.
Geneva Ballou’s long nursing career started at age 14, when she began working as a nurse’s aid in her home state of New York.
Paris fashion designer created chic ready-to-wear clothes that caught on around the world with generations of women on the go.
Steven Hill, who originated imposing lead roles on two notable television series, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 94.
The will and determination that Frank Samsa exhibited while living with MS came, in some part, from an athletic background.
He “spent his career working tirelessly to identify those on the margins of society” said Ted Kerr, director of the Pittsburgh Experiment.
Was longtime pastor at Ukrainian Catholic parish in Carnegie before becoming Chicago-based bishop
Obituary: William F. Oxenreiter Jr. / WWII vet was part-owner of business, long-time spotter at Steelers games
The veteran served in North Africa during WWII and was the father of 12 children
Obituary: Elizabeth (Hodgson) Wertz Evans / Nurse with ‘relentless positivity’ while facing adversity
Ms. Wertz Evans was remembered as an intelligent, strong-willed woman with “relentless positivity ”who rose over and over again after
Mr. Briggs was at the center of a lawsuit that culminated with the Supreme Court outlawing segregated public schools, has died. He was 75.
The triple threat singer-actor-dancer, choreographer and educator had been battling cancer for 13 years when he died Friday. He was 51.
The actor known for Broadway’s “Fiddler on the Roof” and TV’s “Picket Fences” died Sunday at age 93.
Mr. Niederberger died Friday after a six-year battle with colon cancer.
Standing 3 feet 8 inches, Kenny Baker was credited in all six original ‘Star Wars’ films for portraying the astromech droid.
His lessons came both in the classroom and on the gold course.
The Cecil teen who lost his battle with cancer last Sunday inspired his community with his indomitable spirit and indefatigable fight.
Rev. Barr, who was 61, had struggled with the after-effects of an aneurysm in 2007, died Monday in his sleep.
Obituary: Tallu Fish Scott / Nursery school director and friend of former first lady of Pennsylvania
Shadyside nursery school director was also good friends with former Pennsylvania First Lady Ginny Thornburgh.
Pete Fountain died on Saturday in New Orleans. He was 86.
Obituary: Lillian Neugebauer / Special friend of the Pittsburgh Zoo, named Amur leopard cub last month
Ms. Neugebauer died of heart failure Friday at UPMC St. Margaret. She was 90.
The singer from Aliquippa was inspired by the Beatles on Ed Sullivan.
The festival took place just after he had been present at the Stonewall uprising in Greenwich Village.
Leader in local initiatives for working women, disabled children
Robert Page was the pioneering former music director of the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh.
He died Sunday morning after numerous health complications.
He worked as an engineer at Westinghouse Electric’s Atomic Power Division and later founded his own company, Gamma Sports.
Ms. Fan died last month as the result of a climbing accident in southwestern British Columbia.
Bonnie Karsten was known for can-do attitude and compassion for those she helped.
Mr. Berlin, who spent 23 seasons working with Chuck Noll and became a close confidant of Rooneys, died Tuesday. He was 81.
Obituary: Eugene 'Nick the Blade' Gesuale / Notorious East Liberty drug dealer sent to prison in ’80s
Gesuale, who was released from prison two years ago on a drug and tax sentence imposed in 1986, had deep Pittsburgh roots.
Charles E. “Chuck” Senft, 83, of the North Side, died July 26 after a heart attack, leaving legacy in Brookline.
Ed Brungraber, an engineer in the steel industry with a passion for automobiles, died July 16 of a stroke at his home in Upper St Clair.
Over the course of his linguistic career, David Lane learned nearly one language for each decade of his 79 years of life.
He earned a full scholarship to CMU, where he earned three degrees by 1952. From 1946 to 1995, he taught and studied engineering.
Nixon was the singing voice for Deborah Kerr in “The King and I;” Natalie Wood in “West Side Story” and Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady.”
The Gentle Ben’s Giant Breed Rescue provides a foster home and medical care for homeless large-breed dogs
The music director for CCAC Boyce shared his enthusiasm with thousands of students while teaching for half a century.
During WWII, he was taken prisoner by the Germans and remained in captivity until the end of the war.
Garry Marshall was an unabashed throwback to the family oriented comedies of television’s first generation of the 1950s and ‘60s.
Ms. Lawrence, of Patterson Heights, died Thursday in Allegheny General hospital from a brain hemorrhage. She was 82.
Mr. Zingaro died of colon cancer Thursday at the Family Hospice and Palliative Care facility in Mt. Lebanon. He was 62.
John Brademas, an Indiana politician who helped create national arts and humanities endowments and served as president of NYU, died Monday.
He spent his whole life being the best he could be. He knew how to take an old chair and make it look brand new and beautiful.
Obituary: Wilford A. Payne / Visionary grew area’s largest network of health centers serving poor people
Healthcare visionary who grew Pittsburgh area’s largest health center network for the poor and helped lead national movement.
She taught in the Plum Boro School Dristrict for 30 years and always put children before herself.
Mr. Westman died of respiratory failure Monday in hospice care at West Penn Hospital. He was 71.
For nearly 25 years, he designed the face of the Post-Gazette with the mission of turning out a front page that was elegant and serious.