Robert Pasquarelli

January 13, 1946 - July 03, 2018

Visitation: Sunday 2-6 PM, Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry

Service: Private


Robert Pasquarelli, age 72, of Cranberry Twp., passed away at his home on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Beloved husband for 51 years of Ruth (Welling); Loving father of Paul Robert Pasquarelli (Dawn) of Clayton, NC and Leslie Maria Jenks of Apex, NC; Proud grandpa of Finley Maria, Robin, Preston and Ashley; Cherished brother of Paul Pasquarelli (Lee), Marilyn Pasquarelli- Mylott (Jim) and the late Richard Pasquarelli. Son of the late Moses and Clara (DiPerna) Pasquarelli. Also survived by many loving friends and relatives.

Bob enjoyed a long career as an executive in the steel industry. Working for several different companies, he pioneered and built different concepts of mini mills. After retirement, Bob focused his energy in volunteer work, especially with the SCORE Foundation, 411 7th Ave., Suite 1450, Pittsburgh PA, 15219.

Friends will be received on Sunday from 2-6PM at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME of CRANBERRY, 2678 Rochester Rd. (724) 772-8800. Funeral Services and Interment will be private.

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  • Robert and Kathleen Cutcher

    Our deepest sympathies to Ruth and the family. Bob was a great friend and mentor. He’ll be missed.

  • Sue & Pete McLaughlin

    Sending our most sincere condolences at the loss of your Dad.
    He will be with you always in your heart. Love from Jersey

  • JOHN SKIDMORE

    I was a classmate of Bob from High School. sorry to hear of your loss. God be with you and your family.

  • Goergia and Edward Reutzel

    Dear Ruth and Family,

    Ed and I were deeply saddened to hear of Bob’s passing. Ed frequently speaks of the memorable times that he and ‘Robere’ shared together through many years. These memories will always be cherished.

    I was blessed to get to know the two of you when you first met and fell in love. Having gotten engaged at your apartment over 50 years ago on New Year’s Eve was likely inspired by the joy and love emanated by the two of you. Your laughter, love and joy was contagious and I know that Bob lives on through you and your beautiful family.

    We regret that we are unable to be with you at this time. Praying that through God grants you peace and strength throughout the difficult days ahead.

    With deepest sadness and heartfelt condolences,
    Ed and Georgia Reutzel

  • Chuck Stanley

    I met Bob in 4/80 and he hired me a month later. I worked for North Star Steel until it closed in 12/04. One of the reasons I stayed that long was the approachability of top managers. When I started my NS career Bob demonstrated that management style which was quite different from my experience with the integrated mills. As the safety manager in a start up minimill we had many difficult problems in my area of expertise. I will be forever greatfull for the support he gave me and all the division employees. Rest In Peace

  • PATRICK KLIMEK

    I have known Bob for the past twelve years and considered him both a mentor and a friend! We worked together at AK Steel – Butler during the new furnace installation and startup and numerous scrap yard proposals and layouts. My prayers and thoughts are with Bob and his family!

 

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