Passed away May 17, 2020
Passed away on May 14, 2020
“TOOTSIE” Sunrise: February 13, 1927, Sunset: May 13, 2020, at the age of 93 of Penn Hills, formerly of Shadyside. Ruth passed away peacefully, at home. Ruth was a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and a friend to many. She was preceded in death by her husband, Allen L. Miller, Sr., and a daughter, Ellen A. Hardaway; her parents, Ollie and Abraham Jones; her sisters, Margaret Hopson, Anna Kirkland, and Olive Hunt; brothers, Abraham Jones, Joseph Jones, and Russell Jones. She leaves to mourn her daughters, Ruth Jean Davis (Larry), Loretta A. Miller, Linda G. Williams (C.); a son, Allen L. Miller, Jr.; her grandchildren, Leah M. Patterson (Jayson), Cecily R. Hardaway, Aaron A. Hardaway (Monique), Alesia M. Miller; and three great-grandchildren, Aaron N. Hardaway, Emery M. Hardaway, Orion L. Patterson; and all her nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Due to COVID-19 viewing and services will be private, arrangements by ROSE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES
Age 70. Born January 24, 1950 in Braddock PA, recently of Penn Hills, PA, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 17, 2020. Daughter of Ella Mae Summers. Loving wife of Joseph L. Waller, Jr. “Louie” of Penn Hills, PA. Lois retired from the PA Department of Revenue and worked for the PA Lottery, she was loved by many of the residents and staff at Juniper Village at Forest Hills. Services will be private and interment will be held at National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
Age 96, of Jefferson Hills, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Devoted husband of the late Jean E. Campbell; devoted father of Sherian J. Edgreen, David B. (Mia) Campbell and Douglas C. (Sherri) Campbell; loving grandfather of Kristen E. (Michael) Kaufman, Gregory C. Edgreen, Brent C. Campbell, Jennifer N. Campbell, Cameron D. Campbell and Devon A. Campbell; great grandfather of Layth G. Edgreen, Lucas C. Kaufman, Xanthe E. Kaufman and Hugo C. Edgreen. Brother Harry Peter (Lois) McWee. David was a WWII veteran proudly serving as an Airforce mechanic who knew hardship at a young age during the depression. After the war, he returned to the US and married his wartime bride Jean in 1945. David built a loving family in the South Hill (Baldwin) while working at Armour’s “hot dogs” for over 30 years ascending to become a master mechanic. He strong heart and devotion to his family was demonstrated by insisting that his children become more educated than he given his life circumstances. He was a builder, repairer, and could fix just about anything throughout his life. He retired to the Wilmington, NC area where he became both a civic association leader and to Grand Master of St. Johns Masonic Lodge #1. He (sometimes called “C”) truly exemplified support for the community in many ways. He was awarded his 60 year Masonic Medal in 2017 for his contributions. He returned back home to Pittsburgh to share his Scottish heritage, tales of WWII and life stories… Arrangements will be shared at a later time.
Passed away March 29, 2020