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Glenn S. Cubbage

  • On November 17, 2020
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Glenn S. Cubbage Jr., age 77 of Houston, died Friday, November 13, 2020 at the South Hills Wellness and Rehabilitation Center, where he lived for the past six years. He was born June 15, 1943 to the late Glenn S. Cubbage Sr. and Julianne Codol Cubbage.

Mr. Cubbage was a 1961 graduate of Chartiers-Houston High School. Upon graduation, he proudly served as a Corporal in The United States Marines Corps. After serving in the Marine Corps, he began working at PPG in Canonsburg. He eventually worked his way up and purchased his own PPG Store. He then opened a second store, Washington Decorating on S. Main Street, Washington. He also served his community as a volunteer fireman in Houston.

In his free time he enjoyed fishing, working in his yard, and spending time with family.

On June 4, 1966, he married Faith E. Roth, who survives.

He is also survived by his son Glenn Cubbage III. Duaghters, Lisa Congie, Juliann Cubbage-Wheeler and Charlene Ozarowski. Sisters, Virignia Haye and Sherle Cholak. Brother-in-law Michael Cholak. Six grandchildren, Kaley and Joe Congie, Alexandra and Alaina Cubbage, and Austin and Olivia Wheeler. Great-granddaugther Charli Yasher, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, McMurray, PA. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all services will be private. Burial will follow in the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies, with full military honors.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.

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2 Comments

Carole Shaw Nunes
  • Nov 20 2020
My deepest sympathy for the death of Glenn. I knew him in High School to be such a kind person and it's difficult to believe he's left the world before it seems to be his time. My best to all the family.
Edna Hageter Malone
  • Nov 21 2020
Deepest sympathy on the death of Glenn. He was in my graduating class of 1961 and always appreciated his humor and kind-heartedness. Wishing the family strength and peace during this hard time.
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