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!”

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  • Joyce Meszaros

    My dearest children, Tracey and Mark Meszaros and to my grandchildren Ryan, Rachel, Nickolas, and Julianna Meszaros. As your mother, I feel the pain in your hearts. I pray In Time, your heart can heal replaced with many happy memories. He will always miss your father, he indeed touched the lives of many. Just remember, with God by your side you will never be alone. And I know your dad is at peace with God. Always in my heart, much love mom 💖 RIP Junie

  • Rich Lowman

    Sandy, my deepest condolences. Great funny guy always mafe m uh. . Love spending time with himomjustb srry I cane mm3 we4

  • Rich Lowman

    Sandy, my deepest condolences for your loss. I always enjoyed being around Andy. He always welcoming, smiling , dressed to the 9’s and a true class act. Prayers to you and your family.

  • Janice Lucas962

    Sandy we have been blessed to get know Andy through you over the years. Always with a beautiful smile on his face and a twinkle in his eyes! Len always enjoyed sharing their Hungarian background using the few words they both remembered. We are so sorry to hear of Andy’s passing. Take care, see you Friday.

  • Jan Ritchie-Riddle

    Dear Tracey & Mark,
    I have known your father before you both were born. Being still a close friend of your mother, Joyce, I am very sad for all of you for your loss. Fathers & mothers are so difficult to lose, because they loved you first & deepest & they have loved you to the last. Tracey, as your Godmother, the most I can do since I live in Las Vegas, is to pray for you, your father, Mark, your mother, Joyce who also loved “Junie” – he was a pistol & she loved him anyway to the end. All of you are saddened, however God has him now in His Hands, & I’ll bet Junie is smiling that big smile right now. May God give all your family the strength & courage knowing “the Junbug” is in a happy place smiling down on all his family & friends who loved him & cared for him. Many Blessings & Love to you all. Take care of each other! XXOO Jan Ritchie-Riddle

  • Jim and Cindy Stemple

    Dear Sandy,
    We are so sorry to hear of Andy’s passing. I remember a wonderful time we had with you and Andy many years ago at your beautiful home. May all your good memories and love of family and friends sustain you.

  • Virginia I. Cook

    Dear Sandy

    I am so sorry for your loss. I hope to get out to Devlin’s to see you personally on Friday.

    Ginny Cook

  • Fred Digregory

    Fair Winds and Following Seas Andy. We had some fun.

  • Larry & Marilyn Danley

    We have been privileged and blessed to know Andy for many many years. We have so many fond memories of good times with Sandy and Andy! We know Andy is now “dancing “ with the Angels! Our sincere sympathy, prayers and love are sent to Andys entire family. He will be greatly missed by everyone .

  • Brenda Erdly


  • Nancy and Amos Branson

    We are so sorry to hear the news of Andy’s passing. Our hearts go out to Sandy and Andy’s family. He was such a fun, happy light in this world! We will miss him! Always hoped for an Amos and Andy reunion someday. Many wonderful memories of time spent with Andy and Sandy and the D’Arcangelis family! Rest In Peace sweet friend. Love to you Sandy.❤️

  • Conrad Mueller

    My condolences to Sandy and Andy’s entire family on his death. May God comfort you at this time of grieving. May Andy’s soul Rest In Peace.

  • Jill, Shannon, Thomas and Melody Vissman

    Our deepest condolences to all. Heaven’s dancing a little more! God bless.


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