Arthur A. Krysinski

March 10, 1933 - May 07, 2020

Visitation: Private

Service: Private


Age 87, of Ross Twp., was called to eternal life with Jesus on May 7, 2020. Beloved husband of 58 years to the late Patricia (Balzer) Krysinski; loving father of Linda A. Snyder (Christopher) and Dale A. Krysinski (Susan); son of the late Julian and Anna (Malinowski) Krysinski; brother of late siblings Leo Krysinski, Ray Krysinski, Lottie Horn, Sylvia Gerstner, and Genevieve Hohl; proud grandfather of Jennifer (Sean) Zabriskie and Michael (Brittany) Krysinski; great-grandfather of Trevor and Connor Zabriskie, and Brooke and Finn Krysinski; survived by many nieces and nephews. Arthur grew up on Polish Hill, attending Immaculate Heart of Mary school and learning to speak Polish, followed by Arsenal Middle School and Schenley High School. He was active in football and swimming in school, going on to later coach and manage his son’s West View/Ross Little League baseball teams that won trophies. Arthur proudly served in the U.S. Navy as a Second-Class Yeoman (1952-1956) on the USS Picking destroyer during the Korean Conflict. He spent most of his career as a factory representative for the Martin Senour, Pratt & Lambert, and Yenkin-Majestic paint companies, earning many sales awards. Arthur served on Pastoral Council at Our Lady of the Angels Parish, making many friends there. He loved walking dogs as an Animal Friends volunteer for almost a decade and was devoted to his cat Sooty. Arthur enjoyed working in the yard and traveling, and he was beloved for his talkative nature and entertaining stories. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Arrangements are private due to current restrictions on gatherings and are entrusted to Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., Pittsburgh, PA 15229. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Animal Friends. Online condolences may be shared at www.devlinfuneralhome.com.

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  • Patricia Martin

    Dear Linda, My sincere and heartfelt condolences on the death of your father. I remember his friendly and kind nature., and think of him as Cousin Archie.

  • cathy rape

    Dale, Sue and family, very sorry to hear of your dads passing. Cherish the memories with joy and feel GODs comfort during this time.

  • Dave and Nora Weidner

    Accept our sincerest condolences on your dad’s passing. It was a privilege to have met him and see him on birthday get togethers and to see his smile and listen to his delight in sharing so many stories. He definitely was blessed to have you in his life and especially when he needed someone most, and we do believe he was forever grateful. May all the memories you hold within be the strength that helps you in this grief period, and may all the memories help you in the darkest times. God bless you, Chris and all your family at this time and may your dad now wrapped in the arms of our Lord, forever, Rest In Peace.

  • Debra Viducich

    As a fellow Animal Friends volunteer, I would enjoy my time listening to Art’s stories about when he served his country (very proudly) and watching his devotion and love for the shelter dogs in our care. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies to his family and friends for the loss of this wonderful man.

 

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