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Donald V. Andelmo

Born: Mon., Feb. 14, 1949
Died: Tue., Apr. 16, 2019


2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Apr. 19, 2019
Location: Turtle Creek

Blessing Service

11:00 AM Sat., Apr. 20, 2019
Location: Turtle Creek

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Of Monroeville, age 70 , died Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Beloved husband of Patricia (Spatafore) Andelmo for 19 years.

Loving father of Donald (Karen) Andelmo of North Huntingdon.

Grandfather of Joseph Andelmo.

Brother of Henry (late Debbie) Andelmo and the late Palma.

Don was also treasured by Pat's children, Joy Edgar, Ralph (Gretchen) Edgar and the late Stephanie Edgar; her grandchildren, Vincent Paul Edgar and Sarah Grace Edgar; and her great-granddaughters, Rosalind and Veronica Edgar.

Don was  a former employee of Wabco in Wilmerding, and NSK in Ohio.

His favorite pastimes were bowling, golf, hunting and fishing and playing cards. His special enjoyment was travelling to Las Vegas with Pat.

Friends are welcome on Friday from 2-8pm at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home and Crematory, Turtle Creek/Monroeville Chapel, 1111 Monroeville Ave. at James St., Turtle Creek 412-823-9350 where a Blessing Service will be held on Saturday. Time later.

Don will be laid to rest in Good Shepherd Cemetery.



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Dom Palmieri
   Posted Thu April 18, 2019
Butch had a great sense of humor and a smile for everyone. He showed great courage as he endured pain and suffering from the illness that took him from family and friends. May he find eternal rest and peace.

Ted Tucker
   Posted Thu April 18, 2019
Butch was part of the Club Med le Creek! Just a bunch of people who enjoy life and love to laugh! You are "forever" a part of us, Butch! That never changes and never will! I know in my heart that we will be together again in our Togas or swimsuits or playing "Dueling Banjos" with flashlights up our noses! It's just who we are and we loved having you as part of the family!

We can't imagine what talent you will devise in Heaven but we can't wait to see you again in the arms of Our Lord - Jesus Christ and celebrate with you, upon our arrival!

Take Care My Good Friend!
Much Love, Prayers & Peace

cindy lucas
   Posted Thu April 18, 2019

GRANDMA'S GARDEN TABLE BASKET was sent by John and Cindy Lucas.

Our Prayers are with the Family in your time of sorrow. God Bless

Jason Schoaf
   Posted Fri April 19, 2019
Patti, we are so sorry to hear about Dons passing. We hope he liked working with us as much as we liked working with him. He was a great man and we are going to miss him so much. We are so sorry we couldn’t be with you today. My parents are still in FL and my family is out of town this weekend for the holiday. We will be there in spirit and will say a prayer for him and you. Please know you can call us for any reason if you need us for anything.

With love,

Jason, Christine, Bill and Pat Schoaf

Ted Tucker
   Posted Fri April 19, 2019
Butch was a proud member of the "Club Med le Creek"! Just a bunch of friends who Love Life and Love to laugh and have good times in Turtle Creek, White Oak or anywhere we gathered as friends. Butch always had a good time whether wearing Toga's or performed talent to "Dueling Banjos" with small flashlights up his nose with his son - Don. But, that talent won them the coveted Christmas talent trophy which among the Club Med le Creek group was one of the highest honors you could achieve.

Butch will be in our Hearts "FOREVER" and we know he will be in the arms of Our Lord - Jesus Christ! We are going to miss Butch terribly, but, we have such fond memories of our great times together and the stories we will tell of him will help to fill our loss of this truly great friend, for years to come.

We can't wait to see you in Heaven, Butch, and get together as friends when that time comes! We Love you!

Teddy & the Club Med le Creek gang!

Mike Wymer
   Posted Fri April 19, 2019
Don “Butch” was a true friend and great co-worker. We had an opportunity to hang outside of work at The Meadows Race Track and catch a Pirates game. Always showing up with a huge grin! He touched a lot of lives and will be missed!
Mike Wymer

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