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Virginia was an enthusiastic promoter of all things "Pittsburgh", and a particularly generous supporter of many Pittsburgh institutions and charities, including Carnegie Mellon University, the Phipps Conservatory, the Carnegie Museums, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Shadyside Presbyterian Church, and the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, among many others. There will be no visitation and interment next to her beloved husband in Johnstown, PA is private. (freyvogelfunerlahome.com)On Saturday, September 23, 2017, Patrick Michael O’Donnell of Shadyside passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by family. O’Donnell was preceded in death a year ago by his beloved wife of 65 years, Ellen Frances O’Donnell. He was the proud and much loved grandfather of Michael ( Amy Kelly), Patrick, and Raymond Kelly and Ellen, Alexandra and Liam Anderton.
Remembrances in her name may be made to the Edward R. Schatz Fund for Scholars at Carnegie Mellon University, to the Phipps Conservatory, or a charity of choice. He was the great-grandfather of Charles, Henry, Alfred and George Kelly. O’Donnell is also survived by his sisters Rita Pinyot (Ernest) and Marilyn Colosmo as well as many nieces and nephews. O’Donnell spent most of his childhood in Mc Keesport, where he graduated from the high school in 1941. O’Donnell was awarded a scholarship to Duquesne University.
After attending Albright College for one year, she enrolled in the School of Music at Carnegie Institute of Technology, from which she graduated in 1943. Schatz, who also received his degrees from the Institute and became a member of the faculty, and then later served in the administration of Carnegie Mellon University until his death in 1996.
Upon graduation, Virginia went overseas during WWII with the Red Cross, after which she returned to Pittsburgh to marry and teach music in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Memorial donations may be made in her name to Sacred Heart Church, 310 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15206.
Visitation will continue on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 10-11 a.m. The Trisagion Service will be held on Monday night at p.m. Send condolences post-gazette.com/gb Anne Roberts Duff, 100, a Pittsburgher since birth, peacefully passed away on Wednesday October 4, 2017 at her home in Squirrel Hill.
She was born on October 26, 1916, the first child of Daniel Roberts of Baltimore and Ursula Reilly Roberts of Pittsburgh. Duff went to Winchester-Thurston School and then to college at Georgian Court in New Jersey.
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Nick received his commission in early 1944, graduating as a "90-day wonder," as it was known, from the Midshipman School at Notre Dame University.