Obituaries 11-16-18

David F. Dramble
David F. Dramble, 59, a lifelong resident of Bellevue, died Monday, November 5, 2018.
He was the son of the late Blair and Shirley Dramble; father of Danielle (Shawn) McCommon and Jessica Dramble; grandfather of Dylan McCommon; brother of Donna Veiock, Sharon Jones and Connie Dramble; also survived by his beloved dog "BooBoo."
Dave loved cars, bikes, anything on wheels, and could always be found tinkering with one of them. He strongly believed in being an honest, hardworking man, and was always selflessly lending a helping hand to anyone in need.
Arrangements byt Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home, Inc.

Mark A. Drgon
Mark A. Drgon, 62, formerly of Avalon, died unexpectedly on Sunday, November 11, 2018.
He was the son of the late Anthony J., Sr. and Margaret (Smith) Drgon; brother of Anthony J. Drgon, Jr., his companion Carol Jo Stenson and Christine Drgon; uncle of Chelsea (Kevin) LaFalce and the late Anthony J. Drgon III.
He will also be missed by his dog Huck.
Mark was the owner of Draft Line Cleaning Company and was a former member of the Western Pennsylvania Riding for the Handicapped. He enjoyed nature, fishing and horses.
Arrangements by McDonald-Linn Funeral & Cremation Services, LLC.

Eda “Edith” (Cortellesi) Lisanti
Eda “Edith” (Cortellesi) Lisanti, formerly a resident of Bellevue for over 60 years, died Sunday, November 5, 2018.
She was the mother of Suzanne (Carmen) Lisanti Cupelli, Sam (Allie) Lisanti and Juliann (Ed) Flaherty; grandmother of Tara Raposa, Santo Lisanti, Michael Lisanti, Kahla Lisanti, Samantha Lisanti, Chelsey Nostro, Eddie Flaherty, Dylan Flaherty; great-grandmother of Malia, Natalia and Mariah Turk, Michael and Abbey Lisanti, Sammy Lisanti and Gavin and Avery Nostro. She was preceded in death by her husband, Santo "Sam" Lisanti.
Edith was a parishioner of Assumption Catholic Church.
Edith was a hard-working woman, she liked to use her hands. Her career started at Westinghouse as a coil winder during the Second World War. She then went on to work at George's Fruit Market in Bellevue. Her sweet tooth got the best of her and her love for candy was solidified when she joined Candy Rama downtown. At home, her work never stopped. She cooked and baked constantly for her family. She was renowned for her pepperoni rolls, Italian wedding soup and chipped steaks. Her skills were in high demand for holiday pies and wedding cookie tables.
She was a true Renaissance woman with skills for roofing, masonry, carpentry, sewing, gardening and painting.
Arrangements by Devlin Funeral Home, Inc.