Age 97, of Pittsburgh, PA formerly of Kiev, Ukraine passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 19, 2020. Mother of Michael (Luda Meskina) Tseytlin; grandmother of Eugene (Faina Linkov) Tseytlin, Anna (Jared) Knight; great-grandmother Ilana, Ariella, Levi, Henry and Charlotte. Graveside services will be held November 20th at 11:30 a.m. at the Homewood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
On Sunday November 15,2020 he was called home to be with GOD. James “WASH” Washington was born in Richmond Virginia on May 22, 1932 the only child of Wyatt & Rebecca Washington. After his mother’s death James and his father moved to Pittsburgh where he attended the Pittsburgh Public-School System. After receiving his education, he joined the United State Army where he served as a Sergeant of Personnel Management. He was a long-haul owner operated truck driver known by all as “WASH” for over 30 years and after leaving that profession he worked for the State Liquor Store until he retired. From a former marriage were born two children Denise Jordan and James Washington both reside in Pittsburgh; James was also the father figure to Vonzena Clowney of Pittsburgh. In later year he married Bernadette Peoples where he obtained three daughter’s Darnell Lanee’ (Keith) Scoggins, Alisa Michelle (Isaac) Rodwell resided in California and Lanette Lawan Thornton James led a full and active life. He loved to travel with his wife and friends in and outside of the United States, He enjoyed bowling for years and enjoyed having family come together. James leaves to cherish his precious memories wife Bernadette of 32 years, daughters, Denise, Vonzena, Darnell, Lanette, 6 grandchildren, Qiana, Jessica, Lawana, Christopher, Qualynn and Rickayla; 2 Great grandchildren; Jordan Amir and Amiya, Son-n-laws; Keith and Isaac; Brother-n-law Robert (Gale) Peoples. James was a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, and friend who will be deeply and greatly missed.
James died October 28, 2020, age 80, of Pittsburgh, PA. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Martha Anne; his four children, James, Jr., Julianna (Kyle) McGrogan of Texas, Brian (Angel) and Jason, all of Pittsburgh; four grandchildren, Brianna, Cameron, Nathaniel and Lindsay Stefan; brother of the late Helen V. Depew. James was a Navy Veteran and he loved model trains and train-watching.
Passed away October 30, 2020
Age 74, of Monroeville, PA, passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Loving husband of Cynthia Woodward; devoted father of Ronald, Jamie, and Chris; grandfather of seven grandchildren; brother of Wynonia Diamond and Adrienne Winters; also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. Woody requests, in lieu of flowers and memorial contributions, that you give the gift of life and become an organ donor. Services are private.
Kaylan was beautiful inside and out. Her kindness and smile will never be forgotten. Kaylan was born in Burbank, CA to the late James Peter Landry Sr. and Shelly Landry, who adored her. She was their sunshine. She spent the first five years of her life in pink. Kaylan attended Penn Hills High School and Connelley Tech. She received her High School Diploma and attended classes at Carlow College. “KK” worked at Arby’s and she loved working with people and they loved her. As a child, her parents knew early on that she was blessed with a God Given gift to sing. She sang from the age of 2 until her passing. She was a real songbird. Kaylan sang in church, and as a teenager, she performed in many talent shows and fairs. She would also put her talents to good work at hospitals, singing for Veterans and cancer patients. Kaylan’s voice attracted the attention of the late Tim Bassett, who was the director on Bassett Big Band. She performed with the band for many gigs. Kaylan loved poetry, reading, music and life; all of them to the fullest. On December 13, 2002, Kaylan gave birth to her only child, Naythaniel James Landry-Webb, who she loved dearly. Naythaniel inherited his mother’s talent. He has been blessed with her musical gifts. He is lyrically talented and is using his gifts to become a rising local Pittsburgh rapper. Kaylan will be truly missed. She will be remembered for her charming personality, beauty, voice, struggles and her smile. She is well received in Heaven. Kaylan leaves behind her mother, Shelly Landry; her son, Naythaniel James Landry-Webb, and a countless number of family members and friends.