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David Scott Reber

  • On September 6, 2020
David Scott Reber, age 66, of Bethel Park, passed away with his family by his side on September 4, 2020.
He was the son of the late Marilyn and James A. Reber.
He is the beloved brother of Richard (Kit) Reber of Portland, Oregan.
David was a Native of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, he was a graduate of Baldwin High School and the University of Pittsburgh.  Later he began working for the US Postal service for over 30 years where the residents of his route became his family. He was a very kind man that will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
At the family’s request all services will be private.
Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.

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Patty Busch
  • Sep 10 2020
Dave You are sorely missed 💔We will miss the phone calls , the trivia and the times we shared. Rest In Peace dear friend 🙏🙏 No more pain !! Love Tom and Patty
Deborah Morinello
  • Sep 16 2020
Deepest sympathies. We will deeply miss our high school friend. In recent days, Chuck and Dave enjoyed meeting for the occasional lunch and reminiscing about the music of the 60s. So sad to hear of his passing. Deb and Chuck Morinello
Sheri Belako
  • Sep 17 2020
I am so sorry. We started at Castle Shannon Post Office around the same time. A good man and friend.
Jeanette Herrera
  • Sep 26 2020
My dear David, I am beside myself with grief it was only yesterday I found out After trying for weeks to call you with no answer, (Machine was always On) you pick up when you hear me, trying to avoid those jerk calls but yesterday they said the number was not in service. Panicky I called Nikki. She called me early today with what I didnt want to ever hear,I don't know what happened, I thought Rick would call me? All I can think about is how much you suffered working extra years in pain to make sure you could live in retirement comfortable, for what? You could have retired early and been in better health, now the Postal service gets your money back. I miss you. I hope you will be Waiting for me if I am fortunate enough to make it to where you are.Play ball with Tootsie until I get there. You know how she is.