Eric Yeagley

October 25, 2021 - July 10, 2007


Age 19 of Cranberry Twp., accidently on Tuesday July 10, 2007. Beloved son of Jeannine Donovan Yeagley and Steven R. Yeagley; loving brother of Rose Yeagley; dear grandson of Frances G. Donovan and the late Gerald Donovan and Connie Yeagley of Lebanon, PA and the late Donald R. Yeagley; also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Eric was an ace mechanic, avid hockey player and compassionate friend.

Friends received Thursday 2-4 and 6-9PM at Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry, 2678 Rochester Rd., 724-772-8800. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Ferdinand Church, Friday 10AM. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Eric Yeagley Fun c/o CCAC Educational Foundation, 102 Byers Hall, 808 Ridge Ave., Pgh 15212.

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  • Daniel Erkel

    Eric, you were a great man. I remember the great times we had on the baseball team years ago. Although I didn’t get to know you as well as I wish I would have, you made a great impact on my life and many others you would probably never guess and that is a true gift. God Bless You man.

  • Diana Litzenberg

    Dear Jeannine and family,
    My heart aches for you Jeannine because I lost my Saxon, 13 years old to his cancer on June 2, 2007. I know how broken hearted everyone feels, I truly do. I am suffering this type of devastation myself. I am so sorry that you must endure this kind of pain. I really don’t understand the unfairness of losing our children before they’ve had a chance to live a full life. I remember Eric when in came into the salon at Linda Midcaps and he was such a sweet and handsome boy. I pray that you will find a way to endure and please feel free to call me if you need support from someone who understands what it feels like to recently lose a child. Your in my prayers and thoughts daily,
    Diana Litzenberg (your ex hairdresser & proud mom to Saxon )

  • christine maynard

    I just wanted to say how sorry I am of your loss of your son. I cant even imagine what your going through. Eric played hockey with my son from SV. I hope you find strength in your friends and family. I am so sorry again. Chris Maynard

  • Alice Anger

    I am so very sorry to hear of this tragedy. No words can express the depth of my heartache for your family. Keith always enjoyed his time with Eric. Hockey was both of their loves. God bless you all as you walk day by day through this. Alice Anger

 

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