May 29, 2023 - July 07, 2010
Stephen M. Spragale, of Ross Township, died Wednesday, July 7, 2010. He was the beloved husband of 53 years to Dolores C. (Cleary) Spragale; father of Jane Andreaggi (Anthony), Stephen Spragale (Dianne), Judith Spragale, Susan Green (Randall) and Scott Spragale (Gina); brother of Christine Kocian; also survived by eight grandchildren. Stephen, in his early years, played baseball in Harlen, Ky., and Hornell, N.Y., was past president of the Berkley Hills Athletic Association, Commissioner of the North Hills Baseball Federated League and a longtime coach. Stephen was a past president of Dale Nagel Inc., and served in the Army during the Korean War. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at T.B. DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, 806 Perry Highway, North Hills. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Sebastian Church.Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary
Dear Steve Spragale family first of all i,m sorry i missed the notice of Steve passing away surely i would have come to pay my respects in person.Steve was a basketball coach and friend back in the St Boniface days,and the North Side picnics. As you well know he was always with a smile and kind word he was the Best and always hard to beat,what a swell man.My prayers are with you and your family.Sincerely
Dear Judy and Family,
I just wanted to say I’m sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. I’ve enjoyed talking to Judy over the past months at work, hearing about how he was doing and what was going on in Pgh.
I caught your Dad’s obit purely by accident shortly after my arrival here in Pgh. on Friday.
My sympathies to you all at this sad time.
I’m so sorry to hear of your loss and would like to send my condolences to your family.
I can remember him watching the baseball games at McIntyre from your front yard. He had the best seat.
Mr. Spragale was a very nice man. He was my baseball coach when I was 14 and 15. We only had one car and many times my Dad would be using it for work. My Spragale would always be willing to pick me up and drive me to practice or a game. I always appreciated that even at a young age but have grown to appreciate it even more as I grow older knowing how busy life can get. I remember I used to be mad that Sue was a better shortstop than me or Jim Creighan in the 4th grade. I’m sure a big part of that was because of her Dad.