January 01, 1970


Surrounded by her beloved family, Lynda J. Broskey (Goebel), a lifelong resident of Ross Township, peacefully journeyed into eternal rest on Wednesday, August 23, 2023. Born on June 19, 1940 on Troy Hill of Pittsburgh, PA, Lynda’s life story was a testament to love and family. She was raised by her devoted parents, the late Herman and Hilda Goebel alongside of her (late) brother, Ronald Goebel.

At the tender age of 13, Lynda found the love of her life, Thomas W. Broskey, Sr. Their love story flourished for over 63 remarkable years of marriage – an enduring testament to love, commitment and family bond that became the foundation of their incredible journey. They happily welcomed their children – Thomas W. Broskey, Jr. (Josephine), Lisa D. Weaver (Russell Weaver), and Steven A. Broskey (Barbara).

Lynda’s love remains in the hearts of her six cherished grandchildren – Jason, Jagger, Madelynn, Callan, Alexander, and Tyler. She was also blessed by her great grandson, Joseph Thomas. Beyond her immediate family, Lynda’s impact remains with many cousins, nieces, nephews, and lifelong friends. As she set out on her heavenly journey, we find comfort in the belief that Lynda was welcomed by the radiant smile of her beloved granddaughter, Emily Ida.

She was a 1958 graduate from West View High School and attended Duff’s Business School before devoting herself to raising her family. She will be remembered for the celebrations she hosted that always included her incredible homemade menus. She spent many hours creating crafts and sharing her skills with her family and friends. She was a voracious reader with a special love of puzzle books. Later in life, she served as the Administrator for Broskey Custom Metal, Inc.

In the spirit of celebrating Lynda’s remarkable life, friends and family are invited to gather on Sunday, August 27, from 1-5 p.m., at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, INC., located at 806 Perry Hwy. Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, August 28 at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish,St. Teresa of Avila Church, 800 Avila Ct, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.

Lynda’s journey reminds us that the tapestry of a life well-loved is not measured merely in years, but in the hearts touched, memories left behind, and the love shared. May her memory continue to inspire love, family, and cherished connections among us all.

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  • Jack Holcomb

    Tom Sr. , Tom Jr. , Lisa & Steven – So very sorry to hear of the passing of your wife / mother. We’re slowly losing everyone from the old neighborhood. My deepest sympathies.

  • Don Goebel

    I dearly loved my Aunt Lynda. She played a major role in my childhood and formative years through adulthood. So many memories. While work, marriage, and raising children has focused/monopolized my time these past years, she was never far from my thoughts and I will miss her dearly. I am thankful for having had her in my life and for the memories that remain.

  • Tammy Broskey Ewin

    Aunt Lynda was always about family…even her extended family. I still smile when I think about her talking and laughing with my mom and dad. I’m sure they are laughing at bad Don jokes together in heaven. ❤️🙏

  • Rachel Zoe Goebel

    I am so sorry to hear this news. I have so many great memories of my Aunt Lynda. Many prayers to my cousons. God Bless. ❤️🙏🛐

  • Richard Neely

    Tom

    Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your mom. We will keep you and your family and especially your father in our prayers in this very hard time. So very sorry

    Rick and Donna Neely

  • Jim and Bee Falconio

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Lynda was a great friend and a very special person. Please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers.🙏🏻❤️

 

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