Duquesne, Pennsylvania Funeral Homes

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Duquesne, Pennsylvania Funeral Homes
307 Kennedy Avenue
Duquesne, Pennsylvania 15110
(412) 466-9050
915 Kennedy Avenue
Duquesne, Pennsylvania 15110
(412) 466-3300
27 S 2nd Street
Duquesne, Pennsylvania 15110
(412) 466-7800
212 Wilmot Street
Duquesne, Pennsylvania 15110
(412) 466-0500
828 Richford Street
Duquesne, Pennsylvania 15110
(412) 466-8555
Duquesne, Pennsylvania Obituaries and News
Alan Edmund Patnode February 23, 2017

Alan married Olga Davic on August 17, 1951. While working for Duquesne Light Company of Pittsburgh, Pa., he attended Carnegie Institute of Technology. In 1957 and for the next 35 years, Alan worked for New York State Electric and Gas Corporation back in ... (Free Lance-Star)

Almanac search for top athletes commences February 22, 2017

where he was the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1985, Ingold was a quarterback in Arena Football League, leading his team, the Detroit Drive, to a championship. He later coached with Gattuso at Duquesne University and served ... (The Almanac)

MARJORIE TOMKO February 20, 2017

She was a member of Holy Trinity Church, West Mifflin, a graduate of St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing and a member of the GFWC Women's Club of Duquesne. She was a former member of the former West Mifflin Annex Senior Citizens. Beloved wife of the late ... (legacy.com)

Obituary: Richard B. Ingold / Talented former Seton-LaSalle quarterback February 15, 2017

During his days at Seton-LaSalle, Rich Ingold was a star QB, mentioned with the best players in Western Pennsylvania. Just about everywhere ... and also coached under Mr. Gattuso for a few years at Duquesne University. In 1989, Mr. Ingold was the offensive ... (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Archie Reeves February 15, 2017

He was a former employee of Lyon’s Bank, Clarksburg, WV; Chrysler Motor Corp, Detroit, MI; and Duquesne Hospital, Duquesne, PA. He served in the United States Army and was honorably discharged In 1957. Archie loved to sing, he would line his children up ... (Weirton Daily Times)