March 31, 2023 - October 09, 2012
OSTERRIEDER ROBERT ANTHONY
Born on July 18, 1960, died on October 9, 2012, after a lengthy illness. Beloved husband of 29 years to Kathleen; father of Kimberly (Joe) Shuster, Daniel, and Michele; son of Dolores Osterrieder and the late Clarence; brother of Mary Ann (late Jerry) Doughty, Dennis (Julie), Jim (Sandy), Judi (Ron) DeJohn, Donna (Jim) Jarmul, Dave (Judi), Tom (Kathy), and Terri (Butch) Rourke; son-in-law of Tom and Mary Lou Naughton; brother-in-law of Mike Naughton, Pat (Carol) Naughton, Maureen (Todd) Binnig; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends received Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME OF CRANBERRY, 2678 Rochester Rd., Cranberry Twp., 16066, (724)772-8800. Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. John Neumann Church, 2230 Rochester Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237, on Saturday at 11 a.m. EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH. Bob was employed by Westinghouse Electric Corporation for 28 years, most recently as a project manager. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to The Pittsburgh Project, 2801 North Charles St., Pgh., PA 15214 or a charity of your choice. In addition to all of their family, friends, and co-workers who have supported them, the family would also like to extend their gratitude to the many physicians, nurses, therapists, aides, and other hospital staff that cared for Bob, especially during the past five months.
Please pass on our sympathy to the entire Osterrieder family for their loss.
My thought and prayers go out to Bob’s family in this time of sorrow. I worked with Bob on an urgent issue, and he was our group director for a while, but he was such wonderful person. He had a very calm way about him. Before I knew Bob I was told that as a situation became more dire, Bob had this way of becoming more calm so as to help remedy the situation. I got to see this firsthand. I am sure this same quality was very helpful with his family. A great guy and coworker. Again my deepest sympathies, and he will be missed most by his family, but he will also be missed by his colleagues at Westinghouse.