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David A. Suehr, Sr.

  • On July 8, 2019
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David A. Suehr, Sr., Age 82, of Robinson Township, PA passed on Saturday, July 6, 2019. Beloved husband of Mary Jane Suehr; Father of Julie (Thomas) Jakiel and David (Theresa) Suehr, Jr., Christopher Suehr, Gretchen (David) Dragich, Mary Renee Suehr, Suzanne (Marc) Miller, Kevin (Jennifer) Suehr, and the late Karl Nicholas Suehr; also survived by 11 grandchildren; brother of Raymond (Eileen) Suehr of VA and the late Katherine Bladel, Dorothy Rex, Peter and Fr. Philip Suehr. David was proud of achieving his Eagle Scout rank with the Boy Scouts. David graduated from Duquesne University and served in the US Army stationed in France for 18 months. He then went on to establish his own business, Suehr Enterprises supplying the Catholic Diocese and local public schools with schools supplies. David was very involved with community service as a former Robinson Commissioner, one of the founding fathers of the Robinson Emergency Medical Services, original founder of the Holy Trinity PTG, life-time member of the Forest Grove Fire Department. Family and friends will gather on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 9:45am for a 10:00am Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Trinity Church 5718 Steubenville Pike Robinson Twp., PA 15136. Arrangements entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, Robinson Twp.

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Jim and Rose Marie Suehr
  • Jul 8 2019
Love and prayersto all, we lost a very good man,but there is no doubt that the Lord has him with Him now
Judith Suehr Campbell
  • Jul 8 2019
We have lost so many this year my heart breaks for all of you David was a wonderful man and cousin . He will be missed . RIP David God bless.
Cathy Pocci
  • Jul 8 2019
My memories are nothing but wonderful! He was a good man to me and my late husband Bob! He put up with a lot of late nights and loud music from all of us! But yet always a smile and kind word the next time! My thoughts of you Mr Suehr , will live in my heart forever! God speed
Beverly Parker Suehr
  • Jul 9 2019
My precious sister-in-law, Mary Jane, and my beloved nieces and nephews: In my humanity, I am unable to express how deeply saddened I am for each of you in the loss of your husband and father. Yet loss is not the correct word, since you have gained so much from having him as part of your life. Consider the life lessons you have mastered at his lead. Consider the example of faith that he richly instilled in you. Consider the living practice of love that he inspired in you. His work ethic and desire to serve the public as a whole has molded each one of you. Truly, he will be missed, but his legacy will touch the lives of family, friends, and strangers alike. His gift to you is to be strong in your relationship with the Lord Jesus. Every Christian parent desires the salvation of his children. “Draw near to the Lord, and He will draw near to you.” May you be comforted as you acknowledge the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, lives within you. Cherish the memories; build on the faith; live with purpose. God bless you, my beloved ones!
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