Charles Walgreen III, who expanded his grandfather’s drugstore chain into a billion-a-year company, has died. He was 80.
Father Amorth died Sept. 16 after a long illness, a Rome hospital where he had received treatment announced. He was 91.
“They loved him, the whole community loved him. They all still call him chief,” said his wife, Lorraine Mudd.
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
an American physicist who was one of the world’s foremost experts on how ordinary atoms and molecules change their behavior at
He was a prolific Nashville songwriter whose best-known songs, “Tobacco Road” and “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye,” were covered many times.
The food aficionado who started a vocational course that evolved into one of the world’s leading culinary schools.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter’s eclectic body of work also included the rap-music drama “8 Mile.”
Mr. Glassford died Monday at The Springs of Scottsdale, an assisted-living facility in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was 102.
Mr. McSorley, 82, died in his sleep Saturday at his home in Columbus, Ohio, from heart disease and other medical problems.
W.P. Kinsella published more than 25 books but is best remembered for the 1989 film “Field of Dreams,” died Friday. He was 81.
The three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”.
Bernard “Ben” Killian, mayor of Aspinwall from 1998 to 2014 and a basketball enthusiast who played until he was 80, died Tuesday.
Joseph Muscari spent 36 years at the aluminum maker, culminating in his appointment as Alcoa chief financial officer in 2005.
Anthony Cipolla, 73, was found dead at the scene of the Aug. 30 accident, in which his car struck a tree, according to police reports.
She said she was grabbed and kissed by a sailor in the moment that made for one of the most defining American photos of the 20th century.
Barbara Lee Owens Stamy’s 40-year career included singing standards from the American songbook, Broadway tunes, classical and sacred music.
Norbert Schemansky was one of the world’s greatest weightlifters and the first to win medals in four Olympic Games.
Her life with a new face was a miracle to many, but was also marred by infections, kidney trouble and hypertension linked to her treatment.
She helped defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and founded the Eagle Forum political group.
Peter Oresick, a prolific poet, publisher, printer, painter and collector of more than 2,000 fictional works set in Western Pennsylvania.
Dabney Montgomery earned a Congressional Gold Medal for his role in World War II.
A former Allegheny County commissioner and Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge, brother of former Mayor Pete Flaherty
Daniel Kohut, who received a medal of valor for bravery during a 1983 hostage-taking at the former Western Penitentiary.
TV and film actor Jon Polito, the bumbling private snoop in “The Big Lebowski” who left his mark in several Coen Brothers films, has died.
Obituary / Clifford L. Fair: Noted basketball, football referee and WPIAL Hall of Fame inductee embraced community service
Penn Hills man also worked for Allegheny County parks while also serving as a passionate high school and college sports official.
Rev. Blackwell died Monday of complications from his battle with bone cancer. He was the founding pastor of House of Manna in Homewood.
Mr. Reichblum, 58, died Monday, nine months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
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.
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.
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
The triple threat singer-actor-dancer, choreographer and educator had been battling cancer for 13 years when he died Friday. He was 51.
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.
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.
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.