Mary F. "Mae" Kuhn Rieger, 85, of Ross Township, formerly of Brighton Heights and wife of the late Elmer Rieger, died Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015.
She is survived by two siblings, John Kuhn and his wife Rosemary and Dorothy Hasenbein; and nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, Conrad and Mary Kodovsky Kuhn; and her brother-in-law, Herbert Hasenbein.
Friends were received at Devlin Funeral Home, Ross, where a blessing service was held on Saturday. Memorial contributions are suggested to St. Barnabas Free Care Fund, 5852 Meridian Rd., Gibsonia, PA 15044.
James Quatman Sr.
James A. "Scotty" Quatman Sr., 75, died Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015.
Mr. Quatman was a retired Port Authority bus driver. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, camping and playing golf.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Jane Sagnimeni Quatman; two children, Renee Quatman Warych and her husband Steve and James A. Quatman Jr. and his wife Stephanie Chestnut; four siblings, Regis Scott, Leo Quatman, Donald Quatman and Carole Quatman; and his grandson, Stephen Warych.
There was no visitation. A memorial mass was held in St. Cyril of Alexandria Church on Saturday.
Earl McCabe Jr.
Earl A. McCabe Jr., 87, of the North Side, died Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015.
Mr. McCabe was a graduate of Allegheny High School and the University of Pittsburgh School of Engineering. He was a retired nuclear engineer from Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, which was a division of Westinghouse. He was awarded numerous patents for his work in the nuclear field. He was active in many organizations and was past president of the PA Society of Professional Engineers, the Gaelic Arts Society and the Pittsburgh Concert Society. He also was past chairman of the Irish Nationality Room at the University of Pittsburgh Cathedral of Learning. He was a member of Savoy Arts and Toastmaster's Pittsburgh Chapter. He sang in several choirs, including the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, St. Paul Cathedral and the Church of the Assumption in Bellevue. He was an avid walker and had organized a group called the Ramblers who walked every Wednesday, year around. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean Conflict, where he was stationed at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Colorado.
He is survived by three siblings, Joseph McCabe and his wife Patricia, Dolores Cessar and Lawrence McCabe; 10 nieces and nephews, Joseph McCabe and his wife Debbie, Paul Cessar and his wife Melissa, Maggie Cessar-Bray, Susan Cessar, Mary Jo Rose, Jane Paul and her husband Duane of Ohio, Tom Cessar and his wife Amy, Donna Dorning, Kelly Schnell and her husband Todd of Minnesota and Erin Stanton and her husband Chris of South Dakota; 17 great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews, Tim McCabe and his wife Jama, Kevin McCabe and his wife Stephanie, Megan Klinefelter and her husband Sean, Julia McCabe, Sarah, Anna, Mark and Barbara Cessar, John and Joe Bray, Matt Rose and his wife Jennifer, Catherine Rose Jessica, Samantha and Alyssa Paul, Sydney and Shelby Schnell, Joseph and William Stanton; and great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl A. Sr. and Sophie McCabe;two siblings, Stella Dorning and Richard "Ritchie" McCabe and his wife Judy; and his brother-in-law, William Cessar.
Friends were received at Thomas P. Kunsak Funeral Home, North Side. A Mass of Christian Burial was held in the Church of the Assumption on Saturday. Contributions are suggested to Assumption School, Attn.: C. Amend, 35 N. Sprague Ave., Bellevue, PA 15202.