OBITUARY

Dale C. Weisenstein

October 27, 1921July 22, 2018

Dale C. Weisenstein, age 96, of Sherwood Oaks, formerly of McCandless Township, passed away peacefully with family by his side on Sunday, July 22, 2018. Dale was the devoted husband of the late Evelyn L. (McCrory) Weisenstein; loving father of Kevin L. Weisenstein of Carlsbad, CA and the late Sheila Dale Ashear of South Hills; proud grandfather of the late Nicole A. Weisenstein; brother of the late Don Weisenstein and Doris Thomas. There will be no visitation. A memorial service to celebrate Dale's life is being planned at the Elfinwild Presbyterian Church, 3200 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, PA 15116, at a later date. Dale's generosity extended to more organizations than can be listed, therefore his son requests memorial donations be made to the charity of your choice in remembrance of his father. Arrangements are under the direction of the H.P. Brandt Funeral Home, Inc., (412-364-4444). Condolences may be shared at www.brandtfuneralhome.com

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Patrick Naughton

August 1, 2018

My name is Patrick Naughton. For close to 15 years my family maintained our home across from Dale and Evie / and at times Dale and his daughter (sorry I’m blanking on your name). There are Three memories I wish to share with your family -
1. Dale enjoyed saying hello to my infant daughter Emily as we would take her in her stroller around the neighborhood. Dale and Emily developed a relationship where she would encourage us to take her to Dale’s front door to say hello. The Dale and Emily formed a bond despite the difference in their ages that was wonderful to witness. On special occasions Dale would stop at our home with stuffed animals or little gifts for Emily.

2. For many, many years I admired Dale’s work ethic. Dale would WORK from early in the morning through until dinner time. Few people could keep up with him in my opinion.

3. Living across the street for several years My family and I had the pleasure of enjoying Dale’s beautifully manicured yard and garden beds. A wonderful pleasure.

My sincere condolences. What a wonderful individual! If ever there was a life to celebrate it was Dale’s.

Pat Naughton
451 Ryndwood Road
Pgh., PA 15237