Bock Funeral Home

1500 Mt. Royal Boulevard
Glenshaw, PA 15116


Marie A. Donovan

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Marie A. Donovan, age 97, of Fox Chapel on Tuesday May 19, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Dr. John J. Donovan; loving mother of John J. (Patricia) Donovan III and Thomas A. (Diane) Donovan; proud grandmother of Jeffrey T. Donovan, Kate Aquila, Adam Donovan, Andrew Donovan and the late John J. Donovan IV; dear great-grandmother of Rachel Marie Donovan, Elise, Will and Claire Aquila. The Service and Interment will be held privately. Donations may be sent to a charity of your choice. Arr. Made by the Bock Funeral Home, Ltd. Glenshaw.     Read More...

James J. Pavlick Sr.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

James J. Pavlick Sr., Age 90, of Shaler Twp., Peacefully surrounded by family, on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Millie (Thiel) Pavlick; loving father of James J. Jr. (Carole), David, Gail (Gary) Weismann, Gary J. (Lori), and Steven (Denise) Pavlick; Proud Pap of Holly and Jennifer Pavlick, Lindsay Weismann, Lisa (Fiance Jon) Weismann, Stephanie (Ross) Dudgeon, Stacey Weismann, Mandee (Erik) Rusin, Chelsey (Kevin) Kennedy, Dan (Brianna) Pavlick, Madison and Marlea Pavlick; dear brother of Doris Moyer, Edward, and the late Jack, William, Jean, Verna Mae, and Kathleen. James proudly served his country in the US Army during the Korean War. He was also a dedicated member of the VFW Post 709 and the Elks Lodge 932. Visitation and Services will be held privately by the family. Donations may be sent to the Pittsburgh Food Bank OR to a Veterans Foundation of your choice. Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, LTD., Glenshaw.    Read More...

Harry Scott

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Harry Scott, 77, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully on Wednesday May 13, 2020.  He was born on April 1, 1943 to Jim and Chris Scott in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  He attended Shaler High School where he excelled at football, wrestling, track and field.  Harry graduated from Edinboro University with both an undergraduate and graduate degree in Secondary Education, where he was a four-year letterman for football and wrestling. He then began his 37-year career as an 8th grade social studies teacher, vice principal, football and wrestling coach in the Fox Chapel School District.  On December 27, 1969, Harry married Pat (Notariani) and they lovingly raised three daughters in Pittsburgh.  He loved to golf, ski, play with his 4 grandchildren and spend time with his family and friends.  He was a ski instructor at Seven Springs for 15 years where he made many great friends and memories.  He taught his daughters to ski and introduced numerous middle school students to skiing but his favorite times were skiing with his grandchildren.   His ready smile and easy-going personality will be missed by all who knew him. Harry is survived by his wife of 50 years Pat; daughters Gillian Scott, Courtney Clarke (Michael, Emerson, Riley), Devon Drechsel (Derek, Hadley, Lewis); sister Betty Kakavis (Nick), niece Susan Powers (Mike) and nephew Scott Kakavis.   Read More...

Katharine (Hrubecky) Rojik

Monday, May 11, 2020

Katharine (Hrubecky) Rojik, age 84, passed away peacefully, on Monday, May 11, 2020. Katharine was born July 1, 1935, in Neenah, WI, to George and Magdalene Hrubecky. She is survived by her brother Fred and now has joined her other three brothers, Jim, Tom, and George in her heavenly reward. She was the beloved wife of 59 years to Paul Rojik; loving mother of Paula (George) Gannon, Kathy (Doug Berk) Rojik, Chris (Dave Romesberg) Rojik, and Greg (Sonya Chambers) Rojik; proud grandmother to three wonderful granddaughter, Jenna Gannon, Katie Gannon, and Emma Rojik. Katharine earned her Ph.D. from Pitt in 1986 and worked for many years for CCAC as a Continuing Education Administrator. Prior to that, she was the Girls Physical Director as Sarah Heinz House, the Recreational Administrator in Dayton, OH, and the School of Nursing Administrator for Allegheny General Hospital. Katharine sang with the Musicantors of the North Hills, the North Hills Corale, and the St. Mary’s and St. Sebastian Choirs. She loved playing her guitar, traveling, gardening, sailing, and book club. We will greatly miss her outgoing personality, her beautiful voice, her wonderful stories, and her words of wisdom and encouragement in our lives. A private viewing and burial will be held by the family. A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Donations may be sent to Presbyterian Senior Care Foundation: 1215 Hulton Road, Oakmont PA 15139 OR WWW.SRCARE.ORG/Donate-now. Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, LTD., Glenshaw.  Read More...

Frank A. Shaginaw

Sunday, May 10, 2020

Frank A. Shaginaw, of Shaler, PA, passed away peacefully after a long illness on May 10, 2020.  He was 88.  He is survived by his loving wife of over 59 years, Rose Ann (Crease), his three sons, Frank Jr. (Leslie Snyder) of West Deer Township, PA, Tom (Kelly) of Burnt Hills, NY, and Mark (Bridget) of Harwick, PA, grandchildren, Christopher, Brian, Morgan, Erin, Matthew, Maxwell, Alexander, Amanda and Emily, and “furry daughters”, Cinnamon and Ginger. Born in Etna to the late Frank and Barbara (Hrbolic) Shaginaw, Frank grew up in a large family.  His early years were shaped by life in a US mill town in the Great Depression and WWII. After graduating Etna High School, he joined Bell Telephone (later AT&T), where he worked until his retirement in 1985, progressing through roles of increasing responsibility from being a lineman to managing a teletype organization as the digital age dawned. Throughout his career, he pursued continuing education, advancing his understanding of electronics, operations and leadership. Frank was a proud veteran. His time aboard ship, in the US Coast Guard, suited him and grew his penchant for purpose, order, and intention. A life-long Pittsburgh resident, Frank had a sharp, inquisitive mind, and a wry sense of humor.  He was a voracious reader of news. Frank enjoyed the logic challenges of card games and crossword puzzles, and music ranging from tamburitza to Dave Brubeck.  A longtime member of the Croatian Fraternal Union, Frank embraced his Croatian heritage. In retirement, Frank was happiest when he was on his front porch, chatting with family and neighbors, and simply enjoying the beauty of a warm day. In Frank’s final years, he was comforted by his extended family, especially his niece, Daneen Cristiano, who provided immeasurable support and guidance. The family thanks the staff of Amber Woods at Harmar Village and Heartland Hospice for their care for Frank at the end of his life.  Their commitment during this global pandemic is heroic. There will be no services. The family encourages all who knew him to take a moment to cherish the people in their lives. Contributions, in Frank’s name may be made to The Humane Society (at Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, LTD., Glenshaw.  Read More...

Carol Lynn Duffy

Saturday, May 09, 2020

Carol Lynn Duffy, age 71, of Shaler Twp. passed away on Saturday May 9, 2020. Daughter of the late Robert and Helen Simakas Duffy. Carol was a retired dental hygienist and was exceptionally talented at needlepoint. For years Carol lovingly cared for her mother and father as well as many cats. Carol’s wonderful dry sense of humor will be missed by all. She is survived by numerous cousins. The service and interment will be private. Those wishing to honor her life can make a donation to Animal Friends.  Arr. By Bock Funeral Home, Ltd. Glenshaw.  Read More...

Linda A. "Burg" Burgunder

Friday, May 08, 2020

Linda A. “Burg” Burgunder, Age 73, of Shaler Twp., passed away after complications associated with cancer on Friday, May 8, 2020. Beloved daughter of the late Lillian (Riley) Burgunder of Sharpsburg and Paul Burgunder of Shaler Twp. Burg is survived by many family members, sadly missed by Lynne, the Ford Family, her furry companions Lewie and Molly, and many of her closest friends. Services and Internment will be held privately by the family. Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, LTD., Glenshaw.  Read More...

Richard Anton

Wednesday, May 06, 2020

Richard Anton, age 83, of Etna died peacefully in hospice care with his family beside him on Wednesday May 6,2020. Rich was the loving husband of Beverly Anton, who pre-deceased him. Rich battled Parkinson’s related dementia for some time, and the family prayed for God’s mercy in easing him home. Rich loved to bowl, almost as much as he loved to golf, but both took a back seat to his love for his Old English Sheepdog, Schultz. He served his customers well as a trusted and respected car salesman at Jack Sullivan Chevrolet for 40 plus years. Richard is survived by his children, Richard and David Anton, Jean Marie Trexler; as well as Randy, Keith and Scott Shreckengast; and was preceded in death by Mark Shreckengast. The services and interment will be private. Arr. By Bock Funeral Home, Ltd., Glenshaw. Read More...

Tony DeBaldo

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Tony DeBaldo, Age 90, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at Amber Woods Assisted Living in Cheswick. Beloved husband of 63 years to Helen (Long) DeBaldo; Loving father of Cathy (Bob) Gvoth, Mark DeBaldo, the late Jerry DeBaldo, Joel (Kim) DeBaldo, and Anthony (Christy) DeBaldo; Proud grandfather of Justin (Kelly) Gvoth, Carly, Janelle, Deena, Dante, Alec, Marcus, and Jenna DeBaldo; Dear Great-grandfather of Kennedy and Tessa; also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Tony was born on February 3, 1930, in Glenshaw PA. He proudly served in the United States Air Force for four years in Guam and Japan. He was a lifetime member of the Moose Lodge #46 and the American Legion. He was a proud member of the Class of 1949 at Etna High School. Tony will be surely missed by his 49ers lunch group. He was also a lifetime member of St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Glenshaw, PA. Services and Internment will be held privately by the family. A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Donations may be sent to Blessed Trinity Academy C/O St. Mary’s Church: 2510 Middle Road Glenshaw PA 15116. Arrangements made by the Bock Funeral Home, Ltd., Glenshaw.  Read More...

William R. Huddleston

Friday, April 24, 2020

William R. Huddleston,Age 95, a lifelong resident of Shaler Township, passed on Friday, April 24, 2020.Beloved husband of the late Lois L. Huddleston; loving father of Susan (Jim) Fisher, Tom (Janet) Huddleston, and the late William R. (Surviving Ellen) Huddleston, Jr.; dear grandfather of Erin (Kevin) Hollenbaugh, Lindsay (Josh) Zimmer, Emily (Jason) Seltzer, Craig (Katie) Fisher, Amy (Dave) Casale, William (Lauren) Huddleston, Andrew and Grant Huddleston; dear great Pap of Luke and Becca Hollenbaugh, Avery and Sadie Seltzer, Ella, Lilliana, and Hudson Zimmer, Colette Fisher, and Conrad Casale; brother of Donald Huddleston. William served in the Army Air Corp during WWII and returned to Grove City College to complete a business degree. His career included being an office manager for Ball Chemical Company and Ranbar Technology in Glenshaw. He enjoyed family gatherings, golfing, and cheering on the Pittsburgh sports teams while spending many of his retirement winters in Florida. William was a devout member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Lodge #45 F & AM, Scottish Rite, and the Syria Shrine of Pittsburgh. He also spent many hours of community service and coaching youth sports for Shaler Township. A Memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be sent to Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1719 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA 15116. Arr. Provided by Bock Funeral Home, Ltd. Glenshaw. Read More...