Caroline L. Popp

July 24, 1941May 14, 2020

Caroline L. Popp, 78, of Shaler Township, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully amongst family on May 14, 2020. Carol was born July 24,1941 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to the late Valentine and Vera Brown, of Millvale. She was the widow of William R. Popp, whom she was married to for 50 years. She spent many years as a child care worker where she helped shape many lives. She and her husband were members of North Hills Squares where they enjoyed square dancing and traveling with their friends. She enjoyed making friends, playing games and chatting on social media. She loved to play cards and spend time with her family at camp. She is survived by two sisters, Darlene (Ed) Gminder and Diane (Bill) Diegelman; two children, David (Jeanne) Popp and Valerie Jean (Matt) Winghart; five grandchildren, Jamie Popp, Casey Popp, Melyssa Burns, Corryn Burns, and Alexander Burns; and 2 great-grandchildren, Michael Orris and Spencer Pfister.


Caroline L. Popp

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Lyn & Mike Love

May 17, 2020

Dear Carol,

I will miss your infectious laugh and your ready smile. When my mom passed away, you became my surrogate mom and I am so thankful to have known you. I will never forget you.


Robert Janeski

May 17, 2020

I only knew her through social media and the farm games... this has me saddened to see. Prayers and condolances to her family and friends. Funny how social media expands your life unto others. She just seemed to be a lovely person and I will miss her.

Elsie Jugila

May 17, 2020

A wonderful lady...would share camp and her home...gentle person...blessed to have known her

Valerie Winghart

May 16, 2020

There would be so many memories to share, I could write a book. She adored children and was a wonderful caregiver. The best years of her life were when she and dad were square dancing. I never saw her happier, except when she was given grandchildren. She loved to play cards and would beat me at everything. She was always 100% family and all of her friends were family, too. Everyone could count on her. She was my rock.