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Edward J. Vietmeier

  • On June 18, 2022

Edward J. Vietmeier, 87 of Robinson Township, passed away suddenly at home on Saturday, June 18, 2022. He was born in Moon Run on March 8, 1935, and is the son of the late Edward and Louise Vietmeier. Beloved husband of Margaret, with whom he just celebrated 67 years of marriage. Loving father of Dale (Nancy), Scott (Debbie), Edward W. (Annette), Gordon (Jill), Glenn (Kelly), and the late Gretchen Vietmeier. Brother of Frank (Susan) Vietmeier, Ann (Donald) Hyatt and the late Louise (Leo) Kirkpatrick. Also, 12 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Ed was a member of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Carnegie. He enjoyed gardening and was a handyman with all things. Friends are welcome on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, from 2-8 pm at Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 5405 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Township, PA 15136 (412) 787-1800, where a service will be held on Thursday, June 23rd at 10 am. Burial will follow. Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.pittsburghcremation.com.

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Frank Noll
Ed Vietmeier — what a wonderful person , husband & Father . May he Rest In Peace God Bless Ed & Family . My Deepest Sympathy to all for Our Loss .
Nelly DaRosso
I feel honored to have known Mr. Vietmeier. Mr. Vietmeier was a gentleman, a kind man, a handsome man. I extend my deepest sympathy to Mrs. Vietmeier and his loving family. Will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Nelly DaRosso
Fred R Freshwater
We have just found out about Ed's passing. Sadly, another era is drawing to a close. A kinder and friendlier man would be hard to find. May we extend to Margaret, the children and many grandchildren, our deepest condolences on this sudden loss. RIP, Ed, always enjoyed seeing and talking to you and Margaret at neighborhood functions. You'll be missed by many. Fred and Kathy Freshwater
Mark Spence
Rest in Peace Edward, I was always a joy just talking with you and Margaret. You were a wealth of wisdom, a compassionate man, and always carried a smile. You will be missed by all and fotten by none.
Bonnie S. Kelley, Ed.S.
It is with deepest sympathy that I send condolences to my Aunt Margaret on the recent passing of my Uncle Ed. Although we moved to Florida 39 years ago, I made sure to visit them every time we returned to Pittsburgh. Last summer my sister Sherry Crowe and I enjoyed a lovely visit with them. We found Uncle Ed working in the barn, and Aunt Margaret was cooking in the kitchen. He told me that he met my grandfather as a customer at Sears before he ever met my dad, James Peck Jr. On one of our earlier visits, he took my mom Frances Peck, my Aunt Tres Steffler, my sister, and I on a tour of St. Mary's Cemetery where our relatives were buried. Uncle Ed was always welcoming and caring. He will be sadly missed.