Anthony E. Schoedel, Sr.

November 04, 1942 - October 22, 2023

Anthony E. (Tony) Schoedel, Sr.
Age 80 of New Sewickley Twp., passed away on Sunday, October 22, 2023. Tony was born in Pittsburgh on November 04, 1942, the son of the late Arthur G. and late Ruth A. (Doherty) Schoedel.

Tony had an extraordinary work ethic his entire life. Tony loved farming, golf and hunting with his sons and grandkids.

Survivors include: his wife of 59 years Elizabeth Kathleen (Kathy); five (5) children: Yvette (Tracey) Kirby, Anthony (Linda) Schoedel, Richard (Kimberly) Kuhns-Schoedel, Sean Schoedel and George (Lori) Schoedel; 11 grandchildren (Anthony, Emma, Dennis, Dayna, Danyelle, Deyanna, Donovan, George, Sara, Jacob and Joshua) and 10 great-grandchildren with another on the way (Navaiah , La’Hana, Kaylee, Micheal, Avant, Shemar, Aroura, Zara, Jasiah, Evelyn, Theodore); siblings Michael Schoedel, Bernice Schoedel, Richard (Marilyn) Schoedel, Timothy (Rose) Schoedel, Kevin (Kimberly) Schoedel, Chris (Karen) Schoedel and Mary Schoedel and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to his parents, Tony was pre-deceased by his siblings Arthur T. Schoedel, Grace M. Rosenbaum and R. Susan Worst and his in-laws Elmer and Mildred (Donovan) Picard, Elmer Picard, Yvonne Lancaster, John Picard and Sondra Harding.

Family and friends are welcome on Wednesday and Thursday from 2-4, 6-8 pm at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township, 2678 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday at 11 am at Divine Grace Parish, St. Ferdinand Church, with Rev. John Gallagher Officiating. Interment will follow at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Warrendale.

Rest In Peace.

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  • James Schoedel

    I’m sorry I did not know until today. Tony and I shared our birthday! Prayers for Him and family.

  • Frank Cervenka

    I’ve lost my best friend of 45 years and my heart is broken. Tony was special and I was blessed to have a wonderful friendship with him. I cherish the memories: hunting at camp, yearly golf trips especially the four day train trip to Pebble Beach and 200 games of Gin Rummy along the way (he refused to fly). What a guy! He lit up the place wherever

  • Ray Henney

    I had the immense pleasure of working with Tony on a number of projects. One of my favorite people I ever worked with. And he sure liked pepper on his food. I will miss him.

  • Dale Matherly

    So very sorry to hear about Tony’s passing, he was such a great guy and great to work for. My Condolences to Tony’s Family and Loved ones. RIP Tony 🙏❤️🙏

  • David Doyle

    Love From Doyle Family

  • Shawn Fay

    Learned Alot from Tony and the family. It was an honor to work around him for the short period I did. Thinking of you all

  • Chuck and Susanne Kuebaugh

    What a beloved man. To us he represented a life worth living and he did it very well. He led a wonderful and fulfilling life while showing commitment to everything he did in his life, as well as compassion and love. We all need someone like that in our lives and we are so blessed that we had the chance to know him.
    Our sincerest sympathy to your family.

  • Tim

    My brother Tony was not only a great family man he was also a Icon in the construction industry who helped so many people succeed. Love you Bud

  • Edward L. Smith

    Truly a dear friend. Tony was a great man. You have our deepest sympathy, Ed ,Audrey & family

  • Heather Catanzaro

    My condolences to Sean and the entire Schoedel family! You were a character Tony! I’ll never forget our trip to Home Depot in East Liberty when we were doing a habitat for humanity house. Oh my is all I can say, lol! May you RIP! 🙏🏻

  • DJ Lombardo

    So sorry for your loss Kathy, my prayers are coming your way 🙏

  • Shawn and Heidi Fay

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! Tony is in a good place and I’m sure he’s bringing laughter to everyone there! Tony was one of a kind and when we think back on all the years we knew him it brings a smile to our faces . Very lucky to have known him!


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