May 17, 1932 - February 13, 2020
Visitation: No Visitation
Service: Tuesday 10AM, Mass of Christian Burial, St. Sebastian Church, 311 Siebert Rd., Pgh, PA 15237
Donald J. Siegle
Don Siegle graduated to the next world on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 8pm. He was 87 years old. He shared life with his wife and best friend, Mimi Catanese Siegle and their loving children, Christopher (Karen), Susan and Michael, and six grandchildren. Don was born in St. Francis Hospital in Lawrenceville, PA on May 17, 1932 to Elmer and Mary Siegle. Don attended St. Augustine Elementary School and finished grade school at St. Raphael. He attended high school at Central Catholic, class of 1950. Don won a scholarship from Heppenstall Company and graduated in Business from Penn State University in 1954. He received his Master’s degree in Hospital Administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1957. Don entered the healthcare industry at Presbyterian University Hospital in Pittsburgh, then at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Parkersburg, WV. He returned to Pittsburgh in 1969 and rose to Executive Vice President of Hospital Shared Services, Amerinet and Hospital Council of Western PA. Don graduated to retirement in 1997 and started his own management consulting firm, Soaring Eagle Associates, where he wrote numerous books on Futures Management.
Throughout his professional life, Don received a plethora of awards. A few of his proudest were from The Pittsburgh Society of Association Executives, Amerinet, Brothers’ Brother Foundation, National Hospital Collection Association, Hospital Purchasing & Materials Management Association of Western PA and most importantly, the Outstanding Leadership Award from the employees of Hospital Council.
In addition to his parents and in-laws, he was preceded in death by his brother, Elmer Siegle on April 26, 2002.
Funeral Mass is scheduled at St. Sebastian Church on McKnight Road at 10:00 AM, Tuesday February 18th. Burial will be in the Northside Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum, Cemetery Lane in the North Hills.
He was a resident of Pittsburgh, PA from 1969 to 2015 and The Villages, FL, from 2015.
Don was passionate about helping so many in need around the world through his work with Brother’s Brother Foundation (BBF). In lieu of flowers, please direct all donations to BBF at http://bit.ly/BrothersBrother in his memory. Thank you!