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Robert L. Quinn, Sr.

November 01, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Robert L. Quinn, Sr., 95, of White Oak, died Monday, October 31, 2022 at UPMC McKeesport.  Born in McKeesport, May 17, 1927, he was the son of the late John Lawrence and Cynthia Bender Quinn.  A retired quality control engineer at the former National Works of U.S. Steel, he was a deacon, elder, and active life member of McKeesport Presbyterian Church, Two Rivers Radio Club (call sign W3SYR) and a dedicated volunteer for Meals On Wheels.  Mr. Quinn served his country during World War II as a Seaman First Class in the U.S. Navy.  Husband of the late Margaret “Peggy” Merelli Quinn, he was preceded in death by his son, Paul Quinn, his son in law, James Vodila, and by his sister, Ruth Leaptrot.  He is survived by his children, Robert (Marj) Quinn, Jr. of Erie, PA, Judy (Fred) Steudler of Liberty Borough, Janet Vodila of White River Junction, VT, Donna (Tom) Wise of Austin, TX, and Dominic Merelli of Florida; by his sister, June Filson of North Huntingdon; 11 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren; also by nieces and nephews.  A memorial service with military honors will be held Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 3:00 PM in McKeesport Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Michael Stanton and the Rev. Gary Filson officiating.  Private interment will take place in Richland Cemetery, Dravosburg.  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of arrangements.  The family suggests contributions to the Mission Fund of McKeesport Presbyterian Church, 1510 Versailles Avenue, McKeesport, PA  15132.

 


Richard W. Harris

October 11, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Richard W. Harris, 85, of Port Charlotte, FL, formerly of Port Vue, PA died Thursday, October 6, 2022 at his home.  Born in Port Vue, PA on September 22, 1937, he was the son of the late Clark H. and Natisha Kimbling Harris.  He is survived by his wife, Barbara Conroy Harris, son, Richard (Ann) Harris of Monongahela, PA, 2 daughters, Ruth Ann (Lou) Pesante of Port Vue, PA and Rebecca (Fred) Vogt of Lincoln Borough, PA, 4 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, and his brother, Ronald Harris of McKeesport, PA.  He was preceded in death by sister and brothers, Joanne Edgar (formerly of White Oak, PA), C. Hunter Harris (formerly of Houston, TX) and Jack Harris (formerly of Irwin, PA).  A graduate of McKeesport Vocational High School, he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Punta Gorda, FL and Teamster’s Union Local #211.  Mr. Harris was a retired fleet mechanic for the former Daily News.  Friends will be received in the Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 on Sunday, October 16, 2022 from 1-4 and 7-9 PM.  A service will be held in the funeral home on Monday, October 17, 2022 at 11:00 AM with the Rev. Michael Stanton officiating.  Interment will follow in Mount Vernon Cemetery.

 


Abby Doehla

October 10, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Albert D. “Abby” Doehla, 77, of Carnegie, PA died Friday, October 7, 2022 at UPMC Mercy.  Born in McKeesport, PA on August 5, 1945, he was the son of the late Albert R. “Pro” Doehla and Marie Lena Kasten Doehla.  He was a retired veteran’s representative for Career Link, and loved serving his fellow veterans in his occupation.  He is survived by his wife, Linda Schoen, his daughters, Katie and Rachel (Mike), his son, Chris (Megan), grandson Connor, nephew, Robert Parker, great nephew, Charlie, and great great nephews, Mason and Tate.  He was preceded in death by his sister, Frances Bloss and his brother, Zane F. Doehla.  Abby was a graduate of McKeesport High School and earned his bachelor’s degree at the California University of Pennsylvania and served his country in the U.S. Army as a veteran of the Vietnam War.   Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of arrangements.  The family suggests contributions to a favorite charity.

 


Bruce Robert Baxter

September 16, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Bruce Baxter, age 76, of Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania died peacefully on September 6, 2022. Bruce grew up full of potential. He attended Cornell and Bucknell Universities and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, where his favorite activity was singing in the Pitt Men’s Glee Club. Bruce was bright, engaging and kindhearted. He had an infectious personality and had many friends. However, Bruce faced great obstacles throughout his life arising from the rapid cycling version of bipolar mental illness, which was first diagnosed when he was 18 years old.  Bruce never reached his full life potential because he had to overcome not only the challenges arising from his mental illness, but also the lack of full parity of treatment for mental health, versus physical ailments. Yet Bruce accomplished a great deal. He was an outstanding salesman, wrote poetry, and had a great singing voice. Bruce loved all of his family: His late parents, Robert and June Baxter of McKeesport; his late uncle and aunt Glenn and Dorothy Fehr of White Oak; his brother Brian Baxter and his wife Margo of Pittsburgh; Brian’s three sons, Scott Baxter of New York City and Max and Mitch of Pittsburgh; his brother Brent and his wife Celeste of St. Louis, Missouri and their children; Jared Baxter of Los Angeles, CA; Grant Baxter, of St. Louis; and cousins Doug and Sue Fehr of Pittsburgh and their extended family. Bruce was especially close with his brother Brian, and the two brothers shared a lifetime bond of brotherly love.  Bruce and Brian shared many wonderful times together. Among the many treasured memories of Brian Baxter of his brother are vacations and travel (especially to Chautauqua Lake), and attendance at cultural and sports events. Bruce was a huge Steelers fan and loved to watch Steelers games with his brother. There were other times when Bruce needed assistance from his brother Brian to help him deal with numerous crises which occurred when his illness cycled into difficult terrain. Bruce also had to cope with the lack of adequate housing arrangements in the Pittsburgh area for those dealing with mental health challenges. However, Bruce never gave up. No matter how much he was knocked down, he got back up and was able to lead an extraordinary life, given the challenges that he faced. Bruce's faith also sustained him.  The family would like to thank Bruce's medical treatment team at the Benedum Geriatric Center for the compassionate medical care provided to him. Also, the family would like to thank the support staff and the consumers at Bruce's mental health support groups: Peoples Oakland and Compeer Life friends. Also, the majority of owners, administrators and personal care aides at the personal care homes where Bruce lived provided compassionate care to him. The family is grateful for the many personal care aides who assisted Bruce, who were overworked and underpaid. May we work towards a society where everyone is treated with decency and respect.  Memorial contributions may be made to PLEA, 733 South Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15221 (the umbrella organization to Compeer Life friends which is a wonderful resource for mental health consumers in the Pittsburgh area.)  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of arrangements.  A memorial service will take place at Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church, 384 Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15238 at 11:00 am on Saturday, October 8, 2022, with a reception to follow. Please RSVP for the reception to:  brianhbaxterskier@gmail.com. Finally, the family would like to relay Bruce’s favorite greeting: “May you receive all of God’s love and extend God’s love to all of those that you love.”

 


Brian Marc Gerendash

August 09, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Brian Marc Gerendash, 60, of McKeesport, died Monday, August 8, 2022 at home.  Born in McKeesport on October 22, 1961, he was the son of the late Marvin B. and Florence D. Hochhauser Gerendash.  He is survived by his brother, Mitchell (Cindy) Gerendash of White Oak, his sisters, Goldie Janusek of North Versailles and Iris Russ of McKeesport, also by nieces and nephews.  He was a graduate of McKeesport High School.  A service will be held Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM in the chapel of Grandview Cemetery, 1301 Lincoln Highway, North Versailles, PA  15137, followed by interment in the family lot.  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of arrangements.

 


Sidney J. Goldberg

July 31, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Sidney J. Goldberg, 92, of North Versailles died July 30, 2022 at his home.  Born in McKeesport, May 8, 1930, son of the late Edward and Eva Goldberg and husband of the late Judith Smith Goldberg, he is survived by his sister in law, Jeanne Lenhart of Delmont, also by nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his brothers, Leonard M. and Joseph J. Goldberg, brother in law, William J. Smith and sister in law, Janet Adams. He served in the U.S. Army for 17 months in the Far East during the Korean War.  His family was in business in McKeesport from 1906 to 1968, when he and his brother moved to North Versailles and operated Goldberg’s Men’s Clothes until Joseph’s death in 1982.  Mr. Goldberg operated the Gold Bug news mart until his retirement.  He was a member, officer, and board member of the Temple B’nai Israel, and a founder, officer, and board member of M.Y.A.R.C. for 20 years.  At his request, a graveside service will be held Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 1:00 PM in the Temple B’nai Israel Cemetery with Rabbi Howard Stein officiating.  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc. is in charge of arrangements.  Contributions may be made to your favorite charity.

 


George W. Croushore II

July 28, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

George W. Croushore, 75, of White Oak, died Wednesday, July 27, 2022, at his residence in Redstone Highlands North Huntingdon Senior Living Campus.  Born in Greensburg, July 11, 1947, he was the son of the late Jack T. Croushore, and Emma Jane (Hunter) Croushore. His late wife, Bernice Bohn Croushore, passed in 2020.  He is survived by two daughters; Jennifer (Gary) Schafer of Jefferson Hills and Rebecca (Phillip) Cicco of North Huntingdon; four grandchildren; his brother Jack (Linda) Croushore of White Oak; brother-in-law Earl Bohn of Ben Avon; and sister-in-law Helen Amanda Bohn of North Huntingdon. The family is having a private viewing at Hunter’s Funeral Home on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 10am, with interment to follow at St. Clair Cemetery, Greensburg.  A memorial service for George will be held on Saturday, August 6, 2022, at 2pm at McKeesport Presbyterian Church, 1510 Versailles Ave., McKeesport, PA  15132 with the Rev. Michael Stanton officiating.  George donated much of his life to helping others.  He was an active member of McKeesport Presbyterian Church, on both Session and Finance committees, and part of the Men's Association.  A graduate of Waynesburg University, George spent over 35 years of his accounting career with the Consolidated Natural Gas Company (PNG).  He spent many years working as a loan officer for the Consolidated Federal Credit Union.  He was a member of the White Oak Borough and Municipal Authorities, serving his local community as a Board Member.  He was an avid historian, and loved reading, specifically the largest history books he could find.  He had a natural green thumb and was able to nurse any plant back to life. He took pride in his vegetable garden each year, and carried that joy with him to Redstone, starting a garden club.  He lent his support to anyone in need, whether it was a heartfelt discussion, or a helping hand.  Family and friends  loved him deeply and grieve his loss, but know he is at peace and reunited with his beloved wife Bernice.  The family suggests contributions in his honor to McKeesport Presbyterian Church, 1510 Versailles Avenue, McKeesport, PA  15132.

 


Richard W. "Rick" Monaghan

June 20, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Richard W. “Rick” Monaghan, 66, of Dravosburg, died Saturday, June 18, 2022 at UPMC Shadyside.  He was a retired maintenance technician for Morgan Properties, a member of McKeesport Presbyterian Church and the Clairton Anglers Club, was a graduate of McKeesport High School and a graduate of the Pittsburgh Culinary Institute.  Rick is survived by his wife, Rebecca “Becky” Kuhn Monaghan, sons, Mitchell Monaghan of Liberty Borough and Bill (Melissa) Pearson of Elizabeth, daughters, Cricket Pearson of Phoenix, AZ and Niki Monaghan of Carnegie, PA, 8 grandchildren, Lyric, Jeminni, Mason, Connor, and Aiden Monaghan and Alex, Derek, and Maggie Pearson, and by his sister, Rhonda (Larry) Demko of Wilson, also by nieces and nephews.  Born in McKeesport on March 11, 1956, son of the late Captain Richard “Bud” Monaghan, he is survived by his mother, Dolores “Dee” Bell Monaghan of Dravosburg.  He was preceded in death by his brothers, Rob, Rusty, and Randy, and by his son, Mason.  Friends will be received in the Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 on Thursday, June 23, 2022 form 2-4 and 6-8 PM.  A service will be held in the funeral home on Friday, June 24, 2022 at noon with the Rev. Michael Stanton officiating.  Interment will follow in Penn Lincoln Memorial Park.  Family and friends are cordially invited to attend a luncheon and time of fellowship at the #1 Fire Hall on Ravine Street in Dravosburg following his interment.  The family suggests contributions to the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center of Shadyside, 5115 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA  15232.

 


Rae Papernick

June 14, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Rae Papernick, 97, of Monroeville, formerly of Glassport and Pittsburgh, died Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at Independence Court.  Born in Pittsburgh on October 2, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Saul and Annie Daniels Segall and was the wife of the late Benny Papernick.  She is survived by her daughter, Patricia (Marc) Scott of Monroeville, 2 grandsons, Stuart Michael (Dr. Jenny Sweigard) Scott of Cornelius, NC and Joseph Ian (Tanya Palovich-Scott) Scott of Altoona, PA, 4 great grandchildren, Tyler Benjamin Scott, Elliana Hope Scott, Hannah Mae Scott, and Olivia Juliette Scott, also by nieces, nephews, and cousins.  Mrs. Papernick retired as secretary for the Pittsburgh Board of Public Education, and for 30 years was an independent grocer at the Hilltop Market of Glassport.  She was a member of Temple David in Monroeville, a former member of the Temple B’nai Israel, Hadassah, Jewish War Veterans Aux., past president of the Department of PA J.W.V.A., a former member of Robert Morris College Independents (a theatrical group), Seasoned Players (a senior theatrical performing group), Senior Vaudeville Seasoned Players, and Senior Vaudeville “Sassy Seniors”.  She performed at the McKeesport Little Theater and throughout the Pittsburgh area, receiving 2 awards at M.L.T., “Best Supporting Actress of 2000” and “Best Actress of the Year for 2002”, and entertained servicemen in Pittsburgh during WWII.

 
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Duane G. Junker

June 06, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Duane G. Junker, 80, of Elizabeth Township and Champion, PA, died Monday, June 6, 2022 at UPMC Somerset.  Born in McKeesport on October 29, 1941, he was the son of the late Duane S. Junker and Norabelle Gordon Junker Doty, and was preceded in death by his stepfather, Charles F. Doty.  He is survived by his son, Matthew T. (Janette) Junker of Irwin, daughter, Heather A. (Matthew) Dougherty of Malvern, PA, son, Stephen C. (Laurie) Junker of North Huntingdon, 8 grandchildren, his partner, Jace Pasquale of Elizabeth Township and Champion, PA, and by his brother, Gordon Junker of Richmond, VA. 

Mr. Junker was the retired superintendent of McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery,  a member and elder of the former Central Presbyterian Church, member and past president of the Youghiogheny Country Club, member of Duquesne Lodge #731, F&AM (formerly McKeesport Lodge #641, F&AM), Syria Temple of the Shrine and its McKeesport Caravan #4, Al O Mon Forest #138, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, past president of the Rotary Club of McKeesport, a member of the board of directors of the McKeesport Heritage Center, and a member of the board of directors of McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery for 55 years. 

He was a graduate of McKeesport High School, Class of 1959.  A 1963 graduate of Penn State University, he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.  He was also the third generation owner of the former R.W. Junker Real Estate and Insurance Agency. A private family graveside service will be held at McKeesport & Versailles Cemetery, with Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 in charge of arrangements.  Donations in memory of Duane should be directed to the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund (www.curealzfund.com), 34 Washington Street, Suite 310, Wellesly Hills, MA  02481.

 


Frank Joseph Halas

June 02, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Frank Joseph Halas, 87, of McKeesport, died Thursday, June 2, 2022 at Forbes Regional Hospital, Monroeville.  Born in Duquesne on September 28, 1934, he was the son of the late Michael and Mary Andre Halas.  He is survived by his wife, Carolyn J. Orris Halas, his daughter, Carriella Halas of McKeesport, his brother, William Halas of North Huntingdon, also by a niece and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his sister, Helen Kmetz.  A tire serviceman at B.F. Goodrich in McKeesport, he later was a school bus driver for Laidlaw.  Mr. Halas was a member of the Free Hungarian Reformed Church of McKeesport, a member and past president of the Twin Lakes Sportsman’s Association, was a member of the 11th Ward Club in Christy Park, and was a U.S. Army veteran.  A memorial service will be held at his church on Saturday, July 16, 2022 at noon with the Rev. Daniel Borsay officiating.  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of funeral arrangements.  The family suggests contributions to the Free Hungarian Reformed Church in his memory.

 


Elizabeth Chempolil Laube

April 26, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Elizabeth Chempolil Laube, 88, of Enfield, CT, formerly of McKeesport and Jefferson Hills, died Wednesday, April 20, 2022 in Connecticut Hospice, Branford, CT. Born in Chengannur-Kerala, India, on August 8, 1933, she was the daughter of Koshy and Aliyamma M.C. Chempolil. A lecturer and professor associated with the South Campus of Allegheny County Community College, she was a member of Holy Spirit Church of the Triumph of the Holy Cross parish in West Mifflin. She is survived by 3 daughters, Marga Laube of Ashland, OR, Miriam Laube Young of Sunnyside, NY, and Meera Laube Szapiro of New Haven, CT, by her son, Moni (Gottfried) Laube of Tampa, FL, and by her grandchildren, Braedyn Laube, Garrett Laube, and Eliani Szapiro. Friends will be received in the Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA 15132 on Sunday, May 1, 2022 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Monday, May 2, 2022 at 10:00 AM in Holy Spirit Church, Triumph of the Holy Cross parish, 2603 Old Elizabeth Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122. Interment will follow in Lebanon Church Cemetery, 2615 Old Elizabeth Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122.

 


Carol Ann Miller

March 04, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Carol Ann Miller, 52, died suddenly at her home in Liberty Borough on Monday, February 28, 2022.  Born in Staten Island, NY on September 16, 1969, she was daughter of the late Carl and Rose Marie Sloninski.  She was an employee of the Target in West Mifflin for over 20 years.  She is survived by her husband, Heath B. Miller, sisters, Veronica, Carla, and Darice, brother, Stephen, and mother in law, Mildred L. “Cissy” Miller, also by nieces and nephews.  Friends will be received in the Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 on Sunday, March 6, 2022 from 3:00 to 8:00 PM.

 


Kalli Bellas

February 26, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Kalli Bellas, 91, died peacefully at her home in McKeesport on Thursday, February 24, 2022.  Born in McKeesport, on August 20, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Nick and Marianthi Latousakis Bellas.  She was preceded in death by her sisters, Julie Tampizivas and Aleka Estes, and her brother in law, Stefanos Bounos.  She is survived by her sister, Georgiann Bounos of Pittsburgh, her nephews, Nicholas Bounos, Michael (Maria) Bounos, and Kosta (Monica) Bounos, and grand-nieces Ella and Steffie.  A retired salesperson at the former Brenner’s Photographic Supply in downtown McKeesport, she was a member of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church of White Oak.  A private family viewing will be followed by a private service in her church.  Interment will follow in McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery.  Hunter Funeral Home, Inc., 1600 Coursin Street, McKeesport, PA  15132 is in charge of arrangements.

 


Richard G. Krall

January 26, 2022 |

By Hunter Funeral Home | Posted in: Hunter Funeral Home

Richard G. Krall “Coupon man” died January 11, 2022 at home and was born August 26, 1938 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania to parents George J Krall and Julia Provasnik Krall. Richard also had a sister Judith Krall. He his preceded in death by his parents and sister.

At a young age he worked at the Memorial Theatre in downtown McKeesport where his dad was the manager. As a young man Richard would enlist in the army for 2 years where he was stationed in Japan. Later he would work for US steel for some years till there closings in mid 80’s. He then worked for Allegheny county community college in West Mifflin in communications till his retirement.

Richard’s life was consumed with his love for music, movies, television shows, books, magazines and anything nostalgic from his younger years. He also followed and loved his home town sports team Steelers, pirates and penguins saving many, many newspaper articles over the years. He also gave donations on a monthly basis to many, many organizations including animal rescue, religious, political, veterans and local.

 
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