Irene Milasincic

April 07, 2020

Visitation: Visitation at a later date.

Service: Service at a later date.

Irene Ann Milasincic

Of McCandless Twp, 84, a long-time resident of the North Hills, died on Tuesday, April 7th, 2020.

Born in 1935 in McKeesport PA, Irene received her Master of Education from the University of Pittsburgh in 1989, and her Bachelor of Arts in Education in 1957 from the State Teachers College at Indiana, currently Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Irene taught English and Language Arts at Westview Middle School in the 1980s, subsequently earning her principal’s papers from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. She served as Assistant Principal at North Hills Middle School from the early 1990’s until her retirement in 2002.

Irene was accomplished, kind, wise, and widely beloved. She brought joy to those she knew by treating each individual with deep respect and the highest personal dignity. She loved literature, poetry, journalism, current events, child psychology, counseling, politics, thespian theater, stage musicals, flower gardens, and travel to Eastern Europe to visit family. Irene was active over decades in her church, St. Sebastian Catholic Church, teaching and coordinating curriculum. She enjoyed attending mass at La Roche College in her later years.

Irene was the wife of the late Joseph P. Milasincic. She is survived by her daughters, Anne Milasincic Andrews (Paul Weiss) and Debra J. Milasincic, her son, Christopher J. Milasincic (Neeta Milasincic), her sister Anne Louis Petras, her grandsons Jax Milasincic and Andre Milasincic, step-grandsons Walter Weiss, Lucien Weiss, and Maxwell Weiss, and manycherished in-laws, nieces, and nephews. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a memorial mass and reception for family and friends will be scheduled at a later date.

Memorial gifts can be made to the Hillman Cancer Center at UPMC Passavant and the Alzheimer’s Association. Arrangements by DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC.

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  • Barbara Kovachich Mcgurren

    Few people touch us who can make our life better. For me, Irene was that person. We were connected on so many levels-personal and professional, she was such a support. A good person, a loving person, a person with strong convictions- I’m grateful she was in my life. Sympathy and prayers to her children and grandchildren.

  • Gloria Maurer

    Irene had a beautiful soul. I was privileged to have gotten to know her when I worked at North Hills School District. My deepest sympathies. Sincerely, Gloria Maurer

  • Mary Kay Anderson

    Irene was such a vivacious and friendly person. She was always upbeat and positive. The students liked her and respected her. I can still picture her walking down the hall and making contact with everyone.

  • Judy woffington

    I have worked with Irene for many years. She was dedicated and enjoyed her time with children. I know words are not of much help now, but you have many wonderful memories. Cherish them. In time, with Gods help, you will smile again .

  • John Esaias

    I worked with Irene at North Hills School District. Because of her high qualities, I recommended her for the position of assistant principal at North Hills Junior High School. She was an outstanding administrator who earned respect and admiration from the students, teachers, administrators and school board members. You have my deepest sympathy, and you can be comforted knowing that Irene had a positive impact on many individuals during her career in education. She was truly a lovely woman in every way.


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