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GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf

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Gary Gentile, age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. -

 

Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpuf
GENTILE
GARY G.
Age 69, of O'Hara Township, and formerly of Saxonburg, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, surrounded by his family and friends, on Sunday, February 28, 2016. Gary was a successful attorney. He has been listed continuously in the Marquis' Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America, and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, (2004-2014). He was selected by his peers as one of the top 50 lawyers in Pittsburgh, top 50 in Allegheny County and top 100 in Pennsylvania. He was selected as Lawyer of the Year-Family Law in 2012 by the Best Lawyers in America. The Pittsburgh Business Times saluted him as the "toughest divorce attorney in town." Gary was appointed to the 12-member Pennsylvania State Supreme Court Disciplinary Board and served as Vice Chairman and Chairman in 2006-2007. Gary was a talented athlete, a star running back at both Knoch High School and Washington & Jefferson College. Gary then found squash when he should have been attending law school classes. Like every athletic challenge, Gary relentlessly attacked the game of squash. He and his doubles partner, Dave McSorley, went on to be nationally ranked in doubles and captured the Canadian National Veterans Doubles Championship in 1987. Truly one of the proudest moments in his life. Nothing was more important to Gary than his family. He was devoted to his three children, Liza, Jordan and Ben and gave credit to his wife, Jean, of 31 years for transforming him into a mature adult, ultimately ending his hall of fame Shadyside bar career. He is survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. He was a man of great humor, style and wit, whose godfather persona will be missed by all. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postgazette/obituary.aspx?pid=177914011#sthash.dwwpjUfd.dpufv

 

 

Sorry to relate the death of our classmate

Kay L. "Katie" McLafferty, 69, of Herman, while surrounded by her loving family and friends, peacefully passed away following a courageous battle with cancer Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospice at Concordia. Born Nov. 3, 1946, in New Kensington, Pa., she was a daughter of the late Ivan "Sparky" Fleck and Betty Brubach Fleck Dixon. Katie was a homemaker and a member of Saint Mary of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church in Herman. She was a volunteer at Saint Mary Church, and she also belonged to the Herman Volunteer Fire Company and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Stephen J. McLafferty; one daughter, Kelly McLafferty and Justin Foutz of Butler; two sons, Rob McLafferty and his wife, Karen, of Butler and Stephen McLafferty and his wife, Sara, of Butler; four adored grandchildren, Tadhg and Finn Burk and Kylee and Derek McLafferty; three sisters, Hope Schiebel and her husband, Dale, of Butler, Joy Love of Baton Rouge, La., and Melody Bucci and her husband, Mike, of Pittsburgh; and a number of nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Katie was preceded in death by her special aunt and uncle, Grace and Al Taylor. MCLAFFERTY - Friends of Kay L. "Katie" McLafferty, who died Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, will be received from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Martin Funeral Home, 429 Center Ave., Butler. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Thursday at Saint Mary of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Herman. The McLafferty family requests memorial donations be made to the Herman Volunteer Fire Company, P.O. Box 87, Herman, PA, 16039 or to the Good Samaritan Hospice, 134 Marwood Road, Cabot, PA, 16023.