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William G. Bleil

  • On June 5, 2023

William G. Bleil, age 73, of Bethel Park passed away peacefully on June 3, 2023.
Born on October 6, 1949 he was the son of the late William and Florence Bleil.
Beloved husband of Jenny Bleil for 43 years; loving father of Holly Titus and Bill Bleil; adored grandfather of Kameron, LaMon, and Oscar; dear brother of Adrian (Bill) Savaren, Joan Carnegie, Judy Bleil, and Robert (Jean) Bleil. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Bill was a talented artist and musician.  He studied under renowned metal sculptor and artist Peter Calaboyias. Bill designed and created the Omni William Penn Marquee. His art was displayed in many industrial and commercial art exhibits including the Three Rivers Arts Festival and The Western Pennsylvania Industrial Arts Fair. He ministered in the greater Pittsburgh area with his AO1 Ministries. He was an accomplished general contractor and machinist. After retirement, he became the electrical and plumbing specialist at Lowes, where he earned many 5 star service awards.

Family and friends are welcome on Thursday, June 8, 2023 from 3-5 pm at Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317, 724-260-5546. A memorial service will follow at 5 pm.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in William G. Bleil’s name to Glenbeigh, PO Box 298, Rock Creek, OH 44084 or by website at Glenbeigh.com. (Attn: William G. Bleil Memorial).

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Brooke delong
My uncle was the greatest man. I will miss him so very much. Love n prayers to my cousins and aunt Jen. N his brother and sisters . Rest easy uncle Bill..till I see you again
Joan carnegie
I was never going to be ready for this day brother. I will miss you to the very depths of my soul. I cannot imagine a world without you in it. See you soon.
Tim Collins
My condolences to Bill's Family. I worked with Bill at Lowe's and it was always a pleasure to see him. We kidded back and forth, He had a good sense of humor. He knew everything about the construction of homes and when any of us had a question from a customer we could not answer, we went to Bill. He will be greatly missed!