Stella Kalaris, also known as “Yia Yia’’ died peacefully Wednesday at their home in Brighton Heights. She was 81.
Milton Washington was the owner of Allegheny Rehabilitation Housing Corp. which provided housing for low income people in the region.
Educator, school director, Wilkinsburg official, model and beauty contestant.
Tom Hayden was a 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 7 trial defendant to become a legislator and author.
Mr. Doyle died Friday at his Shaler home following years of medical issues including a stroke and multiple heart attacks.
He died Monday from pancreatic and lung cancer in Manhattan. He was 83.
Mr. Filoni died Saturday of heart failure at Allegheny General Hospital. He was 74.
Mary Cavasina served as assistant chief and physician of the local fire department from 1962 to 1989 and gave members free physicals.
Mr. McNie, of Moon, died Friday at Sewickley Hospital. He was 89.
Mr. Steimer, of Monroeville, died Sunday of Parkinson’s disease at Harmony Physical Rehabilitation in Monroeville. He was 88.
Family and friends remember Thomas Morris as someone who could learn, teach and fix anything and who never let anything go to waste.
The Pennsylvania native was known to generations of Washington, D.C., journalists and worked for the Associated Press.
Obituary: Robert William "Bob" Smolensky / Retired cop with attention to detail was dedicated to family
Mr. Smolensky was 89 when he died Thursday, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Mr. Barnes, who spent 37 years as a newspaper reporter, 27 of them at the Post-Gazette, died Tuesday at home in Tucson, Ariz. He was 70.
Judge Debra A. Pezze, who served for 25 years on the Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court, died Wednesday at Westmoreland Hospital.
Chucky Porter was a brawler and enforcer in his early days and in later used his reputation for violence to control his underlings.
Judge Pezze brought “humanity” and “wise counsel” to her 25 years on the Court of Common Pleas in Westmoreland.
The couple died together in a fast-moving fire at their home in Philadelphia Oct. 5.
Lorenzo Freeman was a defensive line coach with Plum High School and a former player for the University of Pittsburgh and for the Steelers.
His causes went beyond hospital staffing. He advocated window guards, seatbelts in taxicabs and better training in emergency medicine.
Obituary: Rod Temperton / Composed Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller,’ ‘Rock With You,’ wrote ‘Boogie Nights'
Rod Temperton, who wrote the 1970s disco classic “Boogie Nights” and composed some of Michael Jackson’s biggest hits, died last week.
Canadian architect Bing Thom’s playful design for the Arena Stage company’s Mead Cen-ter for American Theater drew critical acclaim.
The Voice of Vietnam, her longtime radio station, announced her death and reported that she was 87. No cause of death was cited.
July 6, 1941 — Oct. 3, 2016
Roslyn M. Litman, a Pittsburgh labor attorney worked on numerous high-profile cases for her law firm and the ACLU, died Tuesday at age 88.
Irene Bergman, a Stralem & Co. financial adviser and the longest-working woman on Wall Street who began her career in 1942 after arriving
Mr. McKee, 65, died Wednesday at his Butler home of a coronary embolism.
He teamed with Marjory Stoneman Douglas and others to stop a large airport from being built.
She held jobs as assistant dean of admissions and then administration at Pitt’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Richard D. Trentlage wrote advertising jingles for companies such as Oscar Mayer and McDonald’s.
Woman became a worldwide internet sensation, “Driving Miss Norma,” after she chose a cross-country RV trip instead of treatment for cancer.
With her sparkle and elegance, sitting beside Marcia Bennett was a highlight of being in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newsroom.
Archbishop Peter L. Gerety died on Sept. 20 in Totowa, N.J. He was 104, and the world’s oldest Roman Catholic bishop.
His work in Rwanda helped bring water to villagers.
He was one of the last surviving pillars of Israel’s founding generation.
Father Amorth died Sept. 16 after a long illness, a Rome hospital where he had received treatment announced. He was 91.