February 2, 1942 – June 18, 2020
Richard Schramko, 78, of Salisbury, MD, formerly of Bellevue, passed away on June 18, 2020. Loving husband of Jessie Schramko. Richard was a 1960 graduate of Bellevue High school, a 1964 graduate of Slippery Rock University and taught history for the Sto-Rox school district for 36 years. In addition to his wife he is survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. A Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday,June 16th, 2021 from 2-4pm at the Orion C. Pinkerton Funeral Home, Inc., 1014 California Ave., Avalon, PA. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Humane Animal Rescue, 1101 Western Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233 or at www.humaneanimalrescue.org.
A Celebration of Life
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Karen & Tom Monito
August 10, 2020
We will never forget you, Dick. Such a warm and generous man you were. Thanks for the memories, old friend. Rest in peace.
Ginny (Holland) Frazer
July 31, 2020
Dick was wonderful a friend!
He organized our reunions and also kept in contact with all members of the Bellevue High School Class of 1960. I remember our dinners in Grove City, PA with Jessie, Marlene and Elsie.
I also remember our great weekend with Elsie, Jessie and Dick at their home in Salisbury.
June 30, 2020
Dick and I were neighbors and friends
from an early age in Bellevue. We remained in contact through the years,
even though I left PA after high school.
I have many fond memories from our
growing up years, and at BHS class
reunions, which he worked so hard to
I will miss you, old friend. Rest in peace.
June 28, 2020
Dick Schramko and I were roommates our freshman year at Slippery Rock. We spent they year together in Room 117 of Patterson Hall. We were both Social Studies majors so we had a number of classes together in addition to sharing a room. Dick was a funny, droll guy and we liked talking about history and our assignments. At the end of our Freshman year, Dick joined Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity and moved to their house. I had a new roommate the next few year before I joined a different fraternity and moved downtown. It was funny that Dick went to Bellvue HS which was a big football rival of my high school at the time. After we graduated, Dick went on to have a long teaching career at Sto-Rox and I taught at South Park...again...a football rival for many years. I have often thought of our first year at SR and how we helped each other adjust to this new life in college. A great roommate..a great guy.