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Richard M. Iammarino

  • On January 13, 2020
  • 12 Comments

Richard M. Iammarino, son of Salvatore Iammarino and Corinne DePaul Iammarino. He has one sister, Jeanne Michels. He and his wife, Therese, have four children Cynthia Terheide, Nancy (Paul) Gnipp, David (Colleen) and John. He is survived by nine grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and one great great granddaughter.

Dick attended John Carroll University in Cleveland, OH. He then served in the United States Navy as a medic from 1944 to 1946. Dick attended Stritch School of Medicine of Loyola University in Chicago where he met Therese. He became a pathologist, specializing in Clinical Pathology. He was at the University of Pittsburgh from 1963 to 1979 and then at the University of West Virginia where he completed his medical practice. He then got a Master’s degree in counseling. He worked with medical students which he loved to do.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 11 AM at Corpus Christi/St Barbara Catholic Church, 45 Prestley Road, Bridgeville, PA 15017. Arrangements have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546.

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

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12 Comments

Colleen Murray
  • Jan 14 2020
I will always remember Dick with fondness and gratitude as I recall how spontaneously and empathetically he counseled me during an especially difficult time of my life. I know he did this with others, too. What a great, kind man!
Marsha Brand
  • Jan 14 2020
Dick--and Terry--were such a part of my early recovery--he gave so much. I'll always remember him.
David Iammarino
  • Jan 14 2020
Dad we will miss you until we see you again. Thank you for your Love and compassion. With Love Always, David and Colleen Iammarino ❤️❤️❤️
Kathy Church
  • Jan 15 2020
Sorry for your loss
Loretta Kish
  • Jan 15 2020
Nancy and family, I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. My prayers for strength to get you all through this difficult time, go out to you, your entire family and all that loved and cherished him. He is now resting peacefully in the arms of the Lord. You have Gods promise, you shall all meet again. ❤️ 🙏🏼 🕊
Carolyn Zinn
  • Jan 15 2020
Dear Terry My thoughts and prayer are with you and your lovely Family at this time. How I would love to see you and catch up. Please let me know if there is anything I might do for you. Wish we could get together for a good session All my love, Carolyn Zinn 304-598-8707 219 Heritage Point Morgantown, WV 26505
Frank Reilly
  • Jan 15 2020
Dearest Terry. The world will not be a better place without Richard (Dick) in it. I feel the pain of his loss. He was a best friend, sponsor, and mentor. Besides sadness and grief, what I feel right now is his love. It all arises from his unending kindness. Love, Frank
Nancy Lohmann
  • Jan 15 2020
Terry & family - Rog & I are so sorry that we've all lost Dick. I will always remember the wonderful work you both did in getting the Morgantown Hospice started. Our thoughts are with you.
Elizabeth (Betsy) Beall
  • Jan 16 2020
Larry(Dr. Charles Beall) and I so enjoyed many conversation Dick and you Terry, especially in the planning and formation of Morgantown Hospice. Such a gracious man. Deepest sympathy and all are in our prayers. Betsy Beall
Jeanne Michels
  • Jan 16 2020
My Dear Terry and Children, How I would love being with you at this time! You all know that my love for your incredible husband/dad is deep and thankfully, many years long. Terry, he brought you into our family and into our hearts. I'll miss him every day until see him in heaven jitter bugging with the Angels! I love you all, Jeanne
Vivian Pack
  • Jan 17 2020
I worked for and with Dr. 'I' for several years at the Clinical Chemistry Labs at University of Pittsburgh. We worked hard and we laughed just as hard. Dr. 'I' was conducting testing experiments that were at the beginning of many medical studies. I learned much from him and from the entire staff. Terry, I remember meeting you several times over those years and enjoying dinner at your home with Eleanor and Bill Ferketic. I am sorry for your loss.
LINDA JAcknowitz
  • Jan 18 2020
Dick will be remembered for his caring ways and his winning smiles. May your family know no more grief for a long time and May his memory be a blessing for us all.
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