Pittsburgh

412-787-1800
Map & Directions

Peters Township

724-260-5546
Map & Directions

Robert C. Tarr

  • On March 7, 2019
  • 10 Comments

Our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, Robert C. Tarr, age 89 passed away with his family by his side on March 6, 2019.

He is survived by his wife of 68 years Priscilla Sabo Tarr, four daughters Kathleen (Rod) Gallagher, Karen (Bill) Livolsi, Debra (Joe) Cybulski, and Rebecca (Rich) Iannucci. Seven grandchildren Rob Gallagher, David (Amy) Grochowski, Keith Grochowski, Liz (Bob) Daubert, Alex Gus, Dan (Allison) Cybulski, and Andrew (Terra) Gallagher; and 10 great grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by a great granddaughter Anna Grochowski.

Bob was a proud veteran who served in the Korean War.   He was an industrial engineer for US Steel.  He was a lifelong Steeler fan.  Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family, he will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

Family and friends are welcome Sunday, March 10, 2019 for a memorial service at noon, with grandson Pastor David Grochowski officiating at Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317, 724-260-5546.

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

Leave a Condolence

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

10 Comments

Beth Gallagher-Warkentin
  • Mar 8 2019
I am so sorry to read this. There just aren't words to express the sorrow, of losing a daddy. Mrs. Tarr, my heart is with you, and all of the family. Mr. Tarr will always be a lovely memory of my childhood. A dear, dear man, that was always smiling, and always kind to this neighborhood kid. As a testament to him, -- I don't think that we remember all the adults, when we are growing up, but I can still see Mr. Tarr smiling -- see the kindness in his face. He surely left a mark of love on the people that knew him.
Janice Fortney
  • Mar 8 2019
My cousin Bob was always ready to tease. My most fun memory from way back was that he always called me Jan ICE instead of Janice. Bob & Priscilla let me live with them for a time till I got a job in Pittsburgh & could get my own place. I sure enjoyed that time, them & all 4 girls. It’s very hard to loose a family member. You are going to be missed very much cousin!
Jeanine Cumer
  • Mar 8 2019
I am so sorry for your loss.Sending you thoughts and prayers.
Adam Holland
  • Mar 8 2019
To my Sabo and Tarr cousins-What a great man. Bob taught me how bacon drippings like no other man could. He will be missed. Love always, Adam and Sheri Holland. 🙏
Patty Simpson
  • Mar 8 2019
Karen and Bill, so sorry for your loss. It's never easy to lose someone you love. Remember the good times you had with him. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Jim and Sue Christian
  • Mar 8 2019
Kathie and family, know That you are all in Our thoughts and prayers.
Charles and Alice Vandegrift
  • Mar 8 2019
We are sorry for your loss and will be keeping your family in our prayers.
Marsha and Don Zupan
  • Mar 8 2019
Always enjoyed being with your parents even though it wasn’t nearly enough time. Living in Ohio I missed a lot of gatherings but hold dear to my hear the times we did share. Wasn’t too long ago Don and I were looking at the mock 50th Anniversary we had for them and the Simko’s, what a crazy, fun loving family we belong to. Bob added so much to the Haluska dynamics and brought 4 darling daughters up to be wonderful woman. At this difficult time I pray God will give each of you His loving comfort.
William C. Tarr II (Bill)
  • Mar 9 2019
Losing people you love leaves a wound that only memories can help heal. Thank God for the strength to remember the good times. My sincere condolences.
Cathy Carpenter and John Zekas
  • Mar 10 2019
I'm so sorry to hear this, Kathie. I met your daddy at a Thanksgiving dinner at your house. He was intelligent and very kind to us. Prayers for you and your family.
MENU