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Catherine Mary Grizzanti

  • On August 3, 2022
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Catherine Mary Grizzanti, age 35, of North Strabane, formerly of South Fayette, passed away peacefully on August 1, 2022.  Beloved daughter of Deborah (Michael) Baldi and Michael (Roxanne) Grizzanti.  Sister of John Grizzanti, Carly Grizzanti, Kristen (Tony) Bucci, Alan Baldi and Andrew Baldi.

Also survived by many Aunts, Uncles and cousins.

Cathy loved to sing and play with her animals.  She touched all whom she met, especially her co-workers at St. Clair Hospital where she flourished as a Surgical Technician.

A graduate of South Fayette High School, University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Technical College, Cathy was beautiful, witty, smart and feisty.

Cathy left us way too soon after a courageous battle with cancer and will be greatly missed by all her friends and family.

In lieu of Flowers, donations to the Donnell House in Washington Pa or to Cancer.org would be appreciated.

Please consider a good deed in Cathy’s name, paying forward her love and strength to bless someone in need.

Arrangements made by Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care.

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3 Comments

Gus colavecchia
To Cathy's family: My sincerest, heartfelt condolences. This is very very heartbreaking. Cathy was a very kind soul, and a good friend to all that were privileged to know her. I will miss her dearly. Until we meet again, my dear.
Kimberly Escobar
Loved Cathy. Unfortunately due to distance I didn’t get to see her as much through the years, but every time I did see Cathy she was very upbeat, happy and a true joy to be around. Sending much love to the family in their time of great sorrow. Treasure her memory forever as she was a beautiful young lady who was called home way to soon. My deepest condolences to her parents and siblings. Oceans of love,
Jason Bugansky
Cathy's heart was wider than the heavens. I will carry her smile with me wherever I go, and forever count myself fortunate to have been even a small part of her travels.
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