Linda Ranallo

August 13, 1970 - January 27, 2021

Visitation: Monday, 2-4 & 6-8PM, Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy, Ross Twp.

Service: Tuesday 10AM, Assumption Church, 45 N. Sprague Ave., Pgh, PA 15202


Linda A. (Funaro)

Age 50, of West View, lost her three and a half year battle with sarcoma on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. She was a brave warrior, and fought hard in her battle. Linda is survived by her two loving sons, Sam, 18 and Scott, 16; Her world revolved around her two boys. She attended every baseball game of theirs and cheered loudest for them. She is also survived by her mother Carole (Pachuta) Funaro, who is heartbroken over the loss of her only child and her world; her Aunt Mary (Pachuta) Mackay, and her uncle Paul (Carol) Pachuta; cousins also mourning losing her. Finally, she was survived by the love of her life and fiance, Kevin Ferris, who was with her every step of the way, holding her hand; Linda had so many good friends, best friends and forever friends to mention by name. Thanks to all of you for your support, love, endless food for her family, but most of all always being there for her and the love you gave her. Many thanks also to her coworkers at Cigna Life Insurance, where she worked for over thirty years. Friends will be received on Monday from 2-4 & 6-8PM at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 806 Perry Hwy., Ross Twp. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday 10AM in Assumption Church, 45 N. Sprague Ave., Pgh, PA 15202. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Pittsburgh Cure Sarcoma, PO Box 194, Gibsonia, PA 15044,

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  • Debbie Dell

    Mrs Funaro, I was saddened to hear the shocking news of Linda’s passing. I am so very sorry and am heartbroken. I haven’t seen her in years but have thought of her often. I have many fond memories of Linda from our childhood at St Joe’s. She always had a smile, a great laugh and a kind heart. Linda will never be forgotten. My deepest sympathies to you and her family.

  • Mark Hornak

    Go now unto the warm and loving embrace of God free of pain and suffering. Bringing only love and awaiting only those who loved you most.

  • Linda Drgon

    I met Linda at a restaurant one time when out with her mother. Very friendly and pretty lady. I’m so sorry for what happened. You have my sympathy. Jesus is taking care of her now, and one glorious day may you see her and be together again forever!

  • Robert Killmer

    I have worked with Linda since 2001 when I was transferred to her department at Cigna. Linda was the perfect blend of compassion and professionalism. She had a smile and easy-going demeanor that put people at ease. She was a good friend to me and many others. She will be sorely missed.

  • Beth Spicer

    I worked with Linda for many years at Cigna. She was extremely knowledgeable, hard working, and really fun to be around. She was such a warrior to keep working through her illness. I will miss her. My deepest sympathies are with you. May God hold you close and bring you comfort and peace in these difficult days ahead.

  • Alice Kenney

    Kevin, Linda’s mother and sons, I am so sorry for your loss. Alice Kenney

  • Gladys Shelly

    To Linda’s family – My sincere sympathies on your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that those we love are never gone, as they live forever in our hearts. Linda was my supervisor when I retired at the end of 2012 & I have known her since she first came to work at our company. God comfort you in your time of need.

  • Kelsey Guerriero

    Lindonna, I’m so glad to have met a person like you. As a young girl over at your house all the time you became a role model. You were so strong and full of spunk. I appreciated every text over the years asking how college was going and all throughout high school. Know this while you sit in heaven, I will always look after Sammy and be there for him anytime he needs to talk. Rest easy angel


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