Jean Nofsinger

September 16, 1927 - November 17, 2023

Visitation: Tuesday, 2-4 & 6-7:30PM, Devlin Funeral Home, Inc. 806 Perry Hwy., Pgh, PA 15229

Service: Tuesday, 7:30PM, Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., Pgh, PA 15229

Jean A. (Young)

Age 96, of Vincentian Personal Care Home, formerly of Bellevue, passed away on Friday, November 17, 2023. Wife of the late William R. Nofsinger; Loving mother of William Nofsinger Jr., of Wexford, and Connie Stein (Richard) and Lisa Jackson (Tony), of Ross. Proud grandmother of Jessica, Katie, Brett, Tony, Derek, Ryan, Jenny and Jared and cherished great-grandmother of 15; She was preceded in death by her brothers Theodore, Robert and Harry Young; Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Friends will be received on Tuesday 2-4PM & 6PM until time of service at 7:30PM at Devlin Funeral Home, Inc. 806 Perry Highway.

The private interment will be held at Allegheny County Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Activities Fund at Vincentian Personal Care Home, 111 Perrymont Rd., Pgh, PA 15237.

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  • Rev. Carleton Stock

    Ellie and I were pastors of the Forest Avenue Presbyterian Church in Ross Twp, 1981 to 1998 where Jean and her family were active for many years. Jean was so supportive of us personally and in our ministry at the church for over 17 years! What a good friend and colleague she was as well as an incredible woman of faith! Our prayers go out to her family and friends as they celebrate her life and mourn her passing!

  • John Bemis

    Sorry for the loss of your mother at this time and your father earlier.
    Sorry to have lost contact with all of you.
    I live at 860 S Grant St., Canby, OR 97013
    John Bemis

  • Carleton and Elinor Stock

    Our hearts and prayers are with all the Nofsinger family in the loss of Jean. She was a wonderful person and faithful member of Forest Avenue Presbyterian Church, where she served in many capacities but specifically as a Ruling Elder and also helped start the “Shepherd” program which cared for members of the congregation. It was a joy to work with her in the ministry and mission of the church. May God’s presence, the love of family and friends, and the legacy of Jean’s life of love and compassion be a source of strength, comfort, hope and peace now and in the days to come.


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