H.P. Brandt Funeral Home

1032 Perry Highway, Pittsburgh, PA


Raymond E. Staub

November 6, 1937August 12, 2019

Raymond E. Staub, age 81 of Perry North, passed away on Monday, August 12, 2019. He was born November 6, 1937 in Pittsburgh, a son of the late Raymond W. and Margaret M. (Schaub) Staub. Prior to his retirement, he worked for thirty years for the US Postal Service as a letter carrier and also as the Supervisor of Security at Three Rivers Stadium. Ray was a proud Veteran of the US Army. He was the beloved husband for 58 years to Nancy J. (Knabel) Staub. He was the loving father of Raymond E. (Renee) Staub, Jr., Maureen Ryan, Michael Staub, Steven (Maria) Staub and the late Laura Staub. He is also survived by a sister, Margaret Kline, as well as his loving grandchildren and great grandchildren. All services are private.


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Raymond E. Staub

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August 14, 2019

I am so very sorry for your loss Mrs. Staub, Maureen and family. Mr. Staub held a very special place in my heart. My heart aches with this news of his passing. My love and prayers to you all. You are a beautiful family, I'm glad our paths crossed. No matter what time of day/night or how much he hurt he always gave me a big hug and smile, and you could feel his gentle soul in his blue eyes. We would joke about all the kids we all had and he'd give me advice on how to handle moments with them and remind me to cherish time and health. We'd talk baseball as my boys both play and 3 of my 4 kids met him a few times. I am sorry I didn't get a chance to see him recently with me on vacation, but I'm SO glad I went in before my vacation started and spent time with him. He loves you all and will be missed dearly. Hugs to you all and you have my deepest sympathy.

Joanie Schaub

August 13, 2019

My sincere sympathies to you Nancy and your family. Ray always had a great smile and my memories of him with our family will never be forgotten. Ray was my Dads buddy when we were up at Ray Sr & Marg’s house for family functions. I will miss talking to him (although it was not on a regular basis). Prayers for everyone.