Jean Cebulski

August 07, 1927 - March 31, 2023

Visitation: Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 2-4, 6-8 pm; Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Service: Wednesday, April 5, 2023, 10 am; Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, St. Sebastian Church

Jean Cebulski
Age 95, of Allison Park, formerly of McCandless, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 31, 2023, in the comfort of her family. Born August 7, 1927, daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (MacDonald) McDunn. Beloved wife of the late Edward J. Cebulski Sr., loving mother of Judy A. (The late Tom) Bentz, Edward J. (Debbie), Richard M. (Diane), Linda J. Slagel, and Kimberly (Randy) Huey; “Grandma-Jean” of Jason (Jamie), Nicole (Shawn), Casey (Jessica), Diane (Pablo), Derek, Lauren, Katlyn, Crista, and Cory. Jean is also survived by her great-grandchildren, Jennah, Tyler, Payton, Dominic, Jonas, and Elise, and many beloved friends and relatives who will all miss her dearly.

Family and friends are welcome on Tuesday from 2-4, 6-8 pm at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Wednesday at 10 am at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, St. Sebastian Church, with Rev. John R. Rushofsky officiating. Entombment will follow at Christ Our Redeemer Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Jean’s name to the M.S. Society, or the Lymphoma Society.

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  • Bill and Sue Benton

    We are so sorry for your loss. May your special memories you’ve made over the years and saved in your heart help you through this difficult time.

  • George and Cheryl McGee

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time.
    You have lost a very special person but may you never lose the precious memories.

  • George McGee

    Sorry for your loss, but you know she’s at peace now.

  • Bob McDunn

    Jean was my aunt,
    Her special wit and lively personality were a big part of our lives. I will miss her. She liked to recite a poem sometimes. So here’s is one for her by Emily Dickinson

    A Bird came down the walk-
    He did not know I saw-
    He bit an angleworm in halves
    And ate the fellow, raw,

    And then he drank a Dew
    From a convenient grass-
    And then hopped sidewise to the Wall
    To let a beetle pass-
    He glanced with rapid eyes
    That hurried all around-
    They looked like frightened Beads, I thought-
    He stirred his velvet head
    Like one in Danger, Cautious,
    I offered him a Crumb
    And he unrolled his feathers
    And rolled him softer home-
    Than Oars divide the Ocean
    To silver for a seam-
    Or butterflies, off Banks of Noon
    Leap splashless as they swim.

    To all the Cebulksi family my sincere condolences


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