Michael Nicholas Zeidler

August 19, 1935October 29, 2020

Michael N. “Mickey” Zeidler, 85, of Pittsburgh passed away on Thursday October 29, 2020 at UPMC St. Margaret Hospital. After several weeks of declining health, Mickey died peacefully with his beloved wife Barbara (Demko) and other loved ones nearby. He was born in Pittsburgh on August 19, 1935, to Father Michael and mother Bertha.

He was a proud member of the Marine Corp. In his retirement years Mickey thoroughly enjoyed taking scenic drives with his wife, hunting, the outdoors, and spending time with his family.

He is survived by wife Barbara Zeidler, son Michael P. Zeidler and wife Linda (Mikulan), grandchildren Leah Jackson and her husband Ethan, Michael R. Zeidler and his wife Alexandra of Freeport, PA.

A private visitation will take place on Tuesday November 3, 2020 in the Healy-Hahn Funeral Home, Inc., 512 Grant Ave., Millvale., where a blessing service will be held. Full military honors will be conducted Wednesday at The National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

  • Blessing Service

    Tuesday, November 3, 2020

  • Full Military Honors

    Wednesday, November 4, 2020


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Shari Stull

November 2, 2020

Barb, Mike,Leigh and Michael,
So, very sorry for your loss. What a sweet and loving man. You all are so fortunate to have had a wonderful father and grandfather in your life for so many years,,,,,love to you all.
Dicky and Shari Stull

Joe Mikulan

November 1, 2020

Thank you Mr. (Z) for the many years of memories. Opening your home to us for band practice ( don't know how you made it through that) your graciousness, patience and generosity are only a few to mention. It was always a delight visiting on my trips up from Florida. I will miss visiting and hearing your stories. Rest in peace and let the perpetual light shine upon you.

Walter "Cookie" Mikulan

November 1, 2020

May you rest in eternal peace. Save one of those 9 pointers in heaven for me.

Victor Zacchero

October 31, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to Barb and family. We couldn’t have asked for two better neighbors than Mickey and Barb. Many times over the years I’d be scratching my head over how to do something or how to fix something and Mick would just say, “Have you tried this?” and sure enough he’d be right. Going to miss him.

Karen and Vic

Jennifer Naugle

October 31, 2020

I will miss Uncle Mickey so very much. He would tease me and my cousins all the time. Telling me, Karen, and Gretchen to come and sit on his lap. Pretty girls, he would say with a twinkle in his eye. Nothing ever happened but he loved to tease us and laugh with us. He was a loving Uncle and I will miss him dearly. I’m sure he is doing the polka with Grandma Zeidler in heaven. Rest in peace, Leather Man.

Leah Jackson

October 30, 2020

I have many great memories of Pap, including racing each other at family dinners to see who can eat the fastest and listening to polkas in his big blue truck. He was a hard worker who raised a wonderful son, and for that I am grateful. I will miss him dearly.

Michael Zeidler

October 30, 2020

My grandfather was an amazing man and a wonderful role model. He taught me about hard work, perseverance and how to enjoy all the things life has to offer. He was a man of God and his faith never wavered. He will be truly missed and forever loved. Rest In Peace, Pap.