Andrew L. Meszaros, Jr.
November 04, 1945 - January 22, 2022
Visitation: Friday 2-4 & 6-8 pm; Devlin Funeral Home Inc., Ross Twp.
Service: Mass of Christian Burial in Christ Our Savior Parish, St. Boniface Church Saturday, 11:00 am
Andrew Louis Meszaros Jr., 76, of North Hills in Pittsburgh, passed away peacefully on January 22, 2022, surrounded by his family and loved ones. Andy is predeceased by: his father and mother, Andrew L. Meszaros Sr. and Elizabeth (Steffan) Meszaros, his brothers Ronald Meszaros and Richard Meszaros, and his sister Ann Louise Dugan. He is survived by: his Sister Theresa Rusnak and his cousin Joe Meszaros who is like a brother to him. His forever love of 35 years, Sandy Zak, his daughter Tracey Lynne Meszaros and her daughter Julianna, son Mark and daughter-in-law Lisa Meszaros, their children Ryan, Rachel and Nicholas, stepson Ronnie and daughter-in-law Heather Zak and their children Grant and Taylor, and many beloved nieces and nephews.
Known to those close to him as “Junebug” or “Junie”, Andy grew up in Hazelwood, the youngest son. Along with his 4 siblings, Andy developed a strong bond with his neighborhood helping out at the family pharmacy on the corner of Hazelwood and 2nd Ave. Perhaps due to his hard working and fearless nature, he chose a career as an ironworker. A proud member of Ironworkers Local 3, he felt honored to help build the city he loved. His handiwork, over his 55-year career, is memorialized in the unique myriad of buildings and bridges that make up the Pittsburgh skyline.
Andy loved his family ties and if you were a friend, you were family too. A man of impeccable style, He loved jazz, dancing, good wine (Sauvignon Blanc being his go to) and watching his friends and family have a good time. Having a strong appreciation for his Hungarian roots, he was the glue that kept the extended family connected. His annual picnics were the highlight of everyone’s year, reminding us to take time to celebrate each other, our blessings, and live life vibrantly and to the fullest, like he did. “Viszlát! – Később találkozunk, Junie! You will be dearly missed and always in our hearts!”Send Flowers Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary