Howard E Megahan Jr.
June 9, 1932 – October 28, 2020
Howard E. Megahan Jr., age 88, formerly of McCandless, passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. Howard was born June 9, 1932.
He is survived by his sons Greg E. (Kellie); Tim (Michaeline); loving grandfather to Maggie, Michael, Mac (Caroline), Allie. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.
He was a US Army veteran.
He was preceded in death by his parents Howard E. Megahan, Sr., and Elizabeth (Manchie); wife Gail Megahan; sister Betty Lou Allen.
A commital service for Howard will be held Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Christ Our Redeemer Cemetery, 204 Cemetery Lane, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
Arrangements are under the direction of the HP Brandt Funeral Home, Inc., 1032 Perry Hwy., Ross Twp. Online condolences may be shared at www.brandtfuneralhome.com
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Howard E Megahan Jr.
Lawrence W Emark
November 14, 2020
So Sorry to learn of Howard's Passing! I first met Howard as a Server at his wife Mary Gale's SJN Funeral Service (05/2008). As a (two-year) Widower (myself), I invited Howard to Join our SJN (monthly) SOLOS Widowers Luncheon Group, which we faithfully enjoyed someplace different each Third-Tuesday at 1pm of each month, over these past ten+years.... Howard also joined our KofC Council#3907 (10/2008), and our KofC Sir-Knight (SK) Assembly#2191 (06/2009). Please except our Sincere Condolences on Howard's Passing, as he will be surely Missed by one and all. May he Rest in Peace and Enjoy Eternal Reward with his beloved-wife....
Larry Emark, SJN Solos, plus KofC C3907 & A2191 Friend
October 31, 2020
We are so sorry for your loss. He was a great guy. Our memories are of Camp Runamuck. We had a trailer there with his family and the Kennedy’s. So many good times and laughter He will be missed. Prayers and Hugs
Wayne, Mary & Rachel Haas
Roy & Mildred Haas
October 30, 2020
I first met Howard when he was with the Engineering Department of Pittsburgh International Airport. After his retirement we would occasionally see him at Kuhn's supermarket in Ingomar, or walking his dog outside his home at Ingomar Court. We lived nearby.
Howard was such a good person and we wondered why we haven' t seen him in several years. Hugh Hachmeister, who worked with Howard at the airport and I got together with him for lunch occasionally. He always had an opinion on what was currently happening at the airport, indeed the airport he was deeply involved in the Engineering during it's design and construction.
Our sympathy to his family, he will be missed. We are grateful for the short time we knew him and his friendship.