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Healy-Hahn Funeral Home, Inc.

512 Grant Ave, Pittsburgh, PA

OBITUARY

Yvonne Geisler

October 18, 1960March 26, 2020

Yvonne Ouida Geisler Weatherwalk (née Kapphan; October 18, 1960) tragically passed away in the early morning hours of March 26, 2020. She goes to join her mother Ouida Yvonne Kapphan (née Woods) and husband Shawn Weatherwalk and leaves behind 4 children (Jill Geisler, 33; Troy Geisler, 30; Jenna Geisler, 28; and Olivia Geisler, 22); her daughter-in-law Rebecka Geisler (née Stauffer), 29; her granddaughter Adeline Kennedy Geisler, 19 months; her step-daughter Sheila Geisler, 37; her father Jack Kapphan; her brother Mark Kapphan; and her nephew Clark Kapphan and his family. She will be remembered for her dauntless faith in God and work as a phlebotomist. She loved patchouli-scented incense, Yankee candles, and rock music. She made her eldest daughter the envy of all her college classmates, who were stunned at how freely she could confide in her mother and how often she called to keep in touch and just say "I love you." Her lifetime on this Earth may be complete, but her eternity in Heaven has just begun, Do not suffer in grief long, as Yvonne would want nothing more than for all her family and loved ones to be happy. Let us keep her soul and memories alive forever. A memorial service will be scheduled in April or May after the current health crisis has passed.

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David Yovanovich

April 5, 2020

I"ve been friends with vonny stnce the early 80S. She used to watch the house and our dog for my buddy(Tim Stokes) and myself when we worked out of town. She was a very good friend to me and i will miss her dearly. Rest in Peace...

Lynn Snead

April 4, 2020

I met 11-year old Yvonne and she touched my life thereafter! Rest dear friend. 1971-2020.
Love,
Lynn Snead

Joshua Frantz

March 31, 2020

Yvonne was like a mother to me in a sense. She was nothing but smiles and energy everytime I had seen her. She was a great person, just wish i could have visited with her one more time.

Nick Morrone

March 30, 2020

I never actually got to meet Yvonne in person, but I talked to her once. Her daughter Olivia and I were out at a bar when her mom called. After a minute or two, she hands me the phone and says that her mom wants to talk to me. She heard my last name and mistook me for my brother who she talked to. We talked for a minute maybe, but she was really nice to me. While it may have only just been a phone call, its the only memory i have of her.

Christine Cantalope

March 30, 2020

Yvonne’s daughter, Jenna, and I have been best friends since they moved to Carrolltown back in 2005. Yvonne had become a another mom to me and when I would stay the night would sing the good morning song to us. We were teenagers and I absolutely loved it and wish I remembered it enough to sing to my boys when they wake up.

Kathi (Wadlow) Schorr

March 29, 2020

Making choc. chip cookies, Yvonne (about age 9) got her long long hair caught in the beaters of the hand mixer. She was afraid we'd have to cut her hair to free her, but with patience we got it all untangled and had enough batter to make some actual cookies.

She once became friends with a girl who was deaf and the first and most memorable words she learned in sign language were all expletives.

Jack and Ouida were infinitely proud of their daughter when she was born. My thoughts then were: "About time!", as the neighborhood was inundated with boys. As her next door neighbor, I got to see her very early years, but I moved in 1971, got married and moved to Germany.

She visited us a couple of times. Once in Missouri and another in Georgia. I want to thank Jill for the loan of her empty baby bottle during that visit, as it made a handy attention-getter when my boys were being rambunctious in the back seat of the car. Slamming the bottle made a grand and effective noise to get them to settle down.
My heart goes out to Jack and Mark, Jill, Troy, Jenna and Olivia.
Vonnie Kay, you will be missed!

Karen Berger

March 28, 2020

When all the kids were younger and they came to my house to swim and we would order Papa John's pizza. But most of all Jenna was like my adopted daughter. My daughter Holly and Jenna were best friends! Yvonne I will truly miss you. I love you and God Bless You

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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