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Thomas B. Yanosick

  • On April 23, 2020
  • 5 Comments
Thomas B. Yanosick, Sr., age 93 of Pittsburgh, PA passed away on Wednesday, April 22, 2020. He is survived by his wife Helen Seba Yanosick of 69 years and his 3 children, Susan (Hardin Lynn) Yanosick, Kathleen Scheidhauer of South Carolina, and Thomas Jr. (Christine) Yanosick, grandchildren: Michael, Andrew “Joe,” Jordan, Kevin, Alexandra “Zaza,” Derek, Nicolena, Cooper and Carter as well as great grandchildren: Grace, Anna Marie, Brady, Emma, Penelope, Bennett and Skylar. He is also survived by his brother John “Jack” Yanosick and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents Andrew and Julia Yanosick, Sr., his daughter Maryanne Snipes Lucas of South Carolina and his siblings: Julia, Anna Mae, Frances “Frannie,” Marian “Minx,” Bertha, George “Buddy,” Andrew Jr. “Lefty” and Robert “Bobby.”
Tom was “Mr. Handyman” as he was creative with woodworking and could fix anything.  He was also an avid outdoorsman as he loved to hunt and fish.
Funeral services are being handled by Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care in McMurray, PA.  However due to the coronavirus, there will be no visitation or funeral mass as this time. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the National Wildlife Federation.
Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at www.PittsburghCremation.com.

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5 Comments

Joseph A Yanosick
  • Apr 26 2020
I have many fine memories of hunting with my dad and Uncle Tom. Be it hunting rabbits and pheasant on the farm behind his house or deer up at "Tracy's" camp and "The Bus" in Tionesta. He and my dad taught me how to shoot, rifle, shotgun and bow. They took me for my hunters exam when I was 12 and were there when I shot my first rabbit soon after that. I spent many Saturday afternoons with him and my dad working on the "The Bus", a school bus they converted into an camp for hunting and camping purposes. I fondly remember the hunting dogs he kept that we used for rabbit hunting, especially "Patches". Thanks Uncle Tom for many fine memories!
Joe Hoffman & family
  • Apr 28 2020
You have our deepest sympathy
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  • Apr 30 2020
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Frank and Cathy Danyo
  • May 2 2020
Susan and Hardin, we are so sorry to learn of Thomas Yanosick's passing. We were so pleased that we had the chance to see you both recently but now are very saddened by the news. Please accept our deepest sympathy at this very difficult time. We will keep you both and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
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