McKeesport, Pennsylvania Funeral Homes

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McKeesport, Pennsylvania Funeral Homes
4504 Walnut Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 678-3454
6028 Smithfield Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15135
(412) 751-5000
2703 O'Neil Blvd
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 664-4489
2018 Jenny Lind Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 664-7815
2326 Jenny Lind Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 672-3551
600 Market Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 678-6191
1600 Coursin Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 664-4114
3000 Versailles Avenue
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 672-9636
220 9th Street
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 15132
(412) 664-9178
McKeesport, Pennsylvania Obituaries and News
CARTER, JEROME D. February 28, 2017

Friends will be received from Thursday 4-8 p.m. at the ROBERT A. WATERS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2326 Jenny Lind Street, McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Services will be held Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the Christ Soul Saving Station, 1013 Kennedy Avenue, Duquesne ... (legacy.com)

Dorothy E. Kline February 22, 2017

She was born in East McKeesport, daughter of the late Joseph and Emma (Abele ... 147 Seventh Ave. No. 2, Hastings, PA 16646, or St. Vincent Seminary, 300 Fraser Purchase Road, Latrobe, PA 15650. (Altoona Mirror)

Michael Novak, 83, Catholic scholar who championed capitalism February 20, 2017

the grandson of Slovak immigrants and the oldest of five children. He grew up in Indiana, Pa., and McKeesport, Pa., before entering the preparatory seminary at the University of Notre Dame at 14. He pursued his path to the priesthood at Stonehill College ... (The Boston Globe)

Michael Novak, Catholic Scholar Who Championed Capitalism, Dies at 83 February 19, 2017

His mother, the former Irene Sakmar, was a stenographer before becoming a homemaker after marriage. He grew up in Indiana, Pa., and McKeesport before entering the preparatory seminary at the University of Notre Dame at 14. He pursued his path to the ... (New York Times)

Obituary: Michael Novak / Johnstown native made a religious case for capitalism February 19, 2017

Born Sept. 9, 1933, he was the oldest of five children. Between 1943 and 1947, the family lived in McKeesport and Indiana, Pa., as his father pursued new jobs. A brother, Richard Novak, did become a priest and was killed amid political upheaval in ... (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Irvona, Pennsylvania
This funeral home not only over charges people at the worst times of their lives they seem to think its ok!!! They treated my loved one with complete disrespect and turned a very hard time into a complete disaster !! I would not recommend this place to anyone !!
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McKeesRocks, Pennsylvania
This is a terrible Funeral Home. They do not know proper procedures for filing death certificates, the funeral director is downright nasty when asked for information. I could go on but there is not enough space to contain my disdain after an interaction with Anthony Mussmano. As far as a rating it would be 0 stars or maybe 00.
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Danville, Pennsylvania
Hello - my uncle, Turk Miller, was the original director of this funeral home, the only one in Danville. I have many happy memories of visiting the funeral/family home at 10 W. Mahoning during my youth. As I recall, my uncle's professionalism was utmost in his work as well as his insistance in having him who followed him hold the same values. I can only hope that his values have continued to this day.
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In reply to Joe Browne's complaint---Joe--We are sorry that you feel this way and understand your being upset. However, a funeral director can only advise a family on closing a casket. We cannot force a family to say yes to a closed casket. We are not ashamed of our work-we go farther than most would. We advise a family, but CANNOT force them to make a decision. We do what the family asks us to do after we have made our recommendations. We hope that your heart can rest in the fact that Tim is at peace.
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Washington, Pennsylvania
Dealing with CR and his crew is like dealing with a bunch of poorly trained monkeys. My father died very suddenly, without any true preparation in funerary matters. So you'd think that Piatt&Barnhill would take the opportunity to do the best job they could. They didn't. Created by CR and his terrible toupee our questions were greeted by a series of bumbling "uhs" and "I don't know". If my father's body wasn't already in transit I would have walked out then and know now what I do, I should have. But that was only the beginning. After countless clerical errors on the death certificates, they refused to mail them to us. Demanding that we stop in and pick them up. For being in the business of helping alleviate stress and work during a time of grief theses people, they fail immensely.
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