Walter Pasewicz, Jr.

August 15, 1962 - August 06, 2018

Visitation: Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Service: Friday 10:30 a.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills

Walter P. Pasewicz, Jr. – Of West View, passed away from this life peacefully at his home on Monday August 6, 2018, He was 55. The son of the late Walter P. Pasewicz, Sr. and the late Mary V. Pasewicz. He is survived by his daughters, Heather N. (Jared) Cooney and Sarah R. Pasewicz. Also survived by his sisters, Mary Kern (Craig) and Anna Pasewicz. A proud member of Ironworkers Local #3, Walt left his mark on this great city he loved in the structures of the Tenth Street Bridge, Heinz Field, and especially the D.L. Lawrence Convention Center. He proudly maintained that he was the first person to sing the Star Spangled Banner at Heinz Field. He loved fishing, metal detecting, and tinkering, but above all; he loved his family. Visitation Thursday 2-4 and 6-8 PM at the Devlin Funeral Home, INC. 806 Perry Hwy. North Hills where a Blessing Service will be held Friday at 10:30 AM.

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  • Debbie Jones cimino

    I was shocked to hear about Walt. He was my beloved brother Gregg Jones friend till the end
    They met years ago as young ironworkers and became much more than friends. They shared so much of there lives together outside of work. Walt and his family would come to Gregg s home and there daughters were about the same ages so they became friends too. My brother and Walt would talk on the phone for hours . Walt told me they would watch a football game via talking on the phone. Gregg called him a also. My brother at 51 had a heart attack unexpectedly and Walt was one of the first people I called he was a pallbearer and my mom passed away jan 2018 and he also was a pallbearer for my mom. I would talk on the phone to him when I needed support. Fly high Walt and tell Gregg hi and you and him have a lot of catching up to do. You will be missed.

  • Theresa Gatto-Gaugler

    Deepest sympathies and prayers of comfort. I will always remember Walt as one of those people who never said never nor let circumstances define him or his life. Rest in Peace!

  • Karen Rush

    I can hear your voice in my head, Walt…and your laugh. You will be missed. ❤️

  • Tori Mikulan

    Heather, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you and your sister find strength and comfort during this time. It is evident that your dad is loved and will be missed. May he rest in peace.


    sorry for your loss will keep you and your family in our prayers,

  • Ray and Ronda Lion

    Sending our sympathies to Heather, Sarah and family. I am lucky to have known such a unique individual. He loved his daughters they were his life. I will never forget his wonderful spirit. Walt was always happy go lucky and ready for anything. Somehow things in the neighborhood will never be quite the same without him. Sending Love and comfort, The Lions


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