Obituaries 5-19-17

Daniel R. Condit
Daniel R. Condit, 49, of Avalon, died suddenly on Wednesday, May 10, 2017.
He was the son of the late William and Mary Condit; brother of William J. Condit and Sherri (Steven) Rectenwald; uncle of Kimberly D., Daniel J., Nathaniel, Grayson, and Aria Rectenwald; longtime, loving boyfriend of Clare Bukauskas-Kalmbach. Dan is also survived by countless friends that he loved like family and will be deeply missed.
He was a loyal Pittsburgh sports fan and never missed an opportunity to attend a game.
Arrangements by the Devlin Funeral Home.

Lois H. Wineland
Lois H. Wineland, 83, of Ben Avon, died Saturday, May 13, 2017.
She was the wife of 58 years to Arthur S. Wineland; mother of Lori Wineland; sister of Richard "RJ" Hunt, and the late Lee B. Hunt; also survived by her nephews, Scott (Jennifer) Hunt and Paul Hunt.
Lois was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church for over 60 years.
Memorial donations are suggested to the Alzheimers Association.

Eugene R. Kersten
Eugene R. Kersten, 70, of Canonsburg and Bellevue, died Saturday, May 6, 2017.
There was no visitation, and services were private.
Arrangements by D’Alessandro Funeral Home.

Karen Hillard
Karen Hillard, 63, of Avalon, died Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
She was the wife of 36 years to Robert J. Hillard; mother of Susan (Joseph) Gaunt, Amy (Brandon) Bainbridge and David Hillard; also survived by her brother, John (Gail) Lyons; aunt of Heather Lyons.
Visitation and service will be private.
Arrangements by McDonald-Linn Funeral Home.

James Robert Covel
James Robert Covel, 61, of Emsworth, died Sunday, May 15, 2016.
Born February 24, 1955 in Pittsburgh, son of the late Edward J. and Eileen E. (Hurley) Covel; husband of the late Eileen C. Covel; father of Aimee E. and Erin L. Covel; grandfather of James Luke Keller; brother of Karen Magister, Mary Ellen Rahall and William Covel and the late Edward J., Jr., Thomas and Daniel Covel; beloved uncle and friend to many.
He was a Union Insulator with Local #2. Services were private. Announcement by Copeland’s of Sewickley.