News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Farrell retired as general foreman in maintenance from LTV after 35 years, then began and operated his own business, Serve-All Inc.
She was a long-time employee of Bell Telephone, beginning as a switchboard operator and retiring as a secretary.
Friends will be received from 1 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Bohn-Matich Funeral Home Inc., 1099 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge.
Janice was a tireless volunteer who helped build a support network for families affected by Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which eventually became SIDS of Pennsylvania -- now Cribs for Kids.
During World War II she helped take care of orphans transferred from London orphanages to reside temporarily in their country home. She also worked at the Army Canteen
Relatives and friends are invited to call on Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at Copeland’s Sewickley, 702 Beaver Street, where prayers will be recited.
Memorial Visitation and a Memorial Blessing Service is Friday, July 5.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 13 at The Masonic Village in Sewickley.
He was a devoted member of Doric Lodge #630 F & AM and the Cochran Hose Company of Sewickley.
A memorial service for Dawn Patterson will be held at noon Saturday, April 27 at the Sewickley United Methodist Church, 337 Broad St.
Smith turned her love of cooking into a way to serve, most notably at St. Stephen’s Christy House and Trinity Seminary in Ambridge, where her husband was a professor of theolog
Paul was born in Sewickley and graduated from Leetsdale High School.
William Hausen, pastor of Christ Hope Ecumenical Catholic Church, served as a priest for the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese for 40 years, according to his church.
Longtime funeral director is remembered as loving father, dedicated professional.