Charles J. Mazur Jr.

May 25, 1942 - July 27, 2022

Visitation: Sunday 2-6 p.m. & Monday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., Ross Twp.

Service: Mass of Christian Burial in Regina Coeli Parish, St. John Neumann Church, Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. The mass will be viewable on our website by Wednesday morning for those unable to attend.

Charles J. Mazur, Jr.
Age 80, of McCandless, passed away peacefully on July 27, 2022, at home with his family by his side. Charles is survived by his loving wife, Frances Mazur, and predeceased by his first wife, Agnes Mazur. Devoted father of Maria (Greg) Riley, David (Rhonda) Mazur, Suzanne (Karen) Mazur, Jeffrey (Nicole) Mazur, Christina (Robert) Vertullo and Jennifer Mazur. Proud grandfather of Scott, Rachel, Emma and Braden Riley; Zachary, Jackson and Jessica Mazur; Sarah, Alexander and Andrew Mazur; and Katelyn and Abigail Vertullo. Brother of Louis Mazur, Marcia Manga and the late Daniel Mazur. Stepfather to Jeff (Patty) Weimerskirch, Greg (Katie) Weimerskirch and Natalie (Randy) Schreckengost. Charles was also survived by many in-laws, nieces and nephews who were special to him.
Chuck was born on May 25, 1942, in Natrona, PA to the late Charles and Anna Mazur. He graduated from St. Joseph High School in Natrona (1960). He was proud to be a first-generation college graduate, earning a B.S. in Mathematics from Duquesne University (1965) and an MBA from Robert Morris College (1980). He pursued a career in Information Technology.
Chuck spent countless hours in service to the community. He was an original member of St. John Neumann Parish where he served as a Eucharistic Minister. He was very involved with Ingomar Franklin Park Athletic Association for 40 years, including 30 years as president and many years coaching baseball and softball. Chuck was on the advisory board for the Woodlands Foundation and Northland Public Library and was a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of Olives Council #3907. He was also an active member of the Republican Committee in McCandless Township and was elected to McCandless Town Council. Chuck was honored to serve in the Army Reserves.
Chuck loved spending time with his family, going to shows, traveling to Florida, following the Pittsburgh Steelers and Duquesne basketball, managing his investment portfolio and discussing investment strategies with others.
Friends and family will be received from 2-6 pm Sunday, July 31 and 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm on Monday, August 1, at Devlin Funeral home, 806 Perry Hwy, Pittsburgh, PA 15229.
Mass of Christian burial at 11:00 am on Tuesday, August 2, at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 2230 Rochester Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237. Interment to follow at Holy Savior Cemetery, 4629 Bakerstown Rd., Gibsonia, PA 15044.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of Olives Council # 3907, P.O. Box 131, Wexford, PA 15090 or the Woodlands Foundation at:

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  • Joe Wall

    From the Wall family. Our deepest sympathies to all of you as we join you in mourning the loss of a great man in Chuck. May God hold you in the palm of his hand as you grieve. Chuck brought so much joy to all those he touched, both young and older. He did what we should all aspire to do…he made the world a better place than how he found it. I know that Chuck is now realizing Gods great promise of eternal life in the Kingdom of Heaven. Truly a life well lived. May you Rest In Peace

  • Art Guzzetti

    Others have stated so well, Chuck’s contributions to faith, family and to the community will long outlive all of us. IFPAA could well have been Chuck’s middle name!! So much dedication for so many years. May God raise you up in the palm of his hand!

  • Tom Watson

    RIP, Chuck. It was a pleasure and an honor to know you and work with you for many years

  • Gary Fritsch

    Dedicated is the word that rings in my head when it comes to Chuck. I was fortunate to learn much from him, and unfortunate to have to try and fill his shoes. He was a tireless leader who always cared for EVERY kid that was part of IFPAA and never cared about thanks or accolades.

  • Janet and Jim Banaszak

    We’ve never heard a bad word about Chuck. We are indebted to him for the improvements he made in girls athletics. His quiet, competent way changed many lives for the better. You will be missed.

  • Tina C Calabro

    So sorry to hear about Chuck’s passing. I enjoyed serving on the Woodlands Foundation board with him and am grateful for his hard work to ensure the success of the organization. Sending sincere sympathy to Chuck’s family.

  • Joe Mangano

    Condolences Sue, Jeff, and the Mazur family. I’m sincerely grateful to have had Mr. Mazur as a coach….teaching us integrity as well as the game!

  • Martha McEvoy

    I am sorry I won’t be able to attend any funeral arrangements as we will be on vacation, but I do want to extend my deepest sympathy to the family. I really enjoyed working with Chuck in girls softball. He was honest and I could always depend on him. As we both had children involved in school activities, we would see Agnes and him
    at these. Mike and seemed to run into Chuck and Fran many events we attended. Chuck will surely be missed by his family and many friends.

  • Mike and GiGi Patchen

    So many great memories of Chuck in our IFPAA days. Most instrumental in getting the organization in good financial standing and on firm footing. Helped girls softball going from an afterthought to having a major identity. Most instrumental in Blueberry Park growing from a run down, neglected wasteland to a major youth sports complex and playground. I was proud to help Coach with him and he always had both boys and girls interests in mind. A First Class Gentleman. RIP and God Bless



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