Sara "Sally" Lee Voshall

September 19, 1940March 28, 2019

Sara "Sally"Lee (Kaplan) Voshall, age 78, of Ross Township, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 28, 2019. Sally was the devoted mother of David W. Voshall of Hanford, CA and Arthur E. Voshall of Ross Township; proud Grandma of Timothy Voshall of Ambridge; sister of Kenneth and Ronald Kaplan. Family and friends will be received on Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 1 PM until time of memorial service being held at 3 PM at the H.P. Brandt Funeral Home, Inc., 1032 Perry Highway, Ross Township, (412-364-4444). Sally worked as a gifted hypnotist and served as a Past President of the Hypnosis Society. She also spent many hours as a caregiver overseeing patients at St. Barnabas Nursing Home. Condolences may be shared at


  • Family and friends being received Saturday, April 6, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 6, 2019

Sara "Sally" Lee Voshall

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Diana & John Deighan

April 5, 2019

Were are so sorry of Sally’s passing. She was a sweet funny kind woman, she is at peace now.
An angel to watch over her family!
The John Deighan Family ❤️

Joyce Webbet

April 3, 2019

Sally was my cousin and she shared so many family memories! She was so intelligent and had such a great memory! I spend countless hours on the phone with her , learning things about my extended family! She was a great storyteller and had a great sense of humor! Rest easy, till we meet again!

Michael Buzzelli

April 3, 2019

I have some great memories of Sally. It was a treat visiting Aunt Sally. I have spent many hours on the phone chatting away.

A many years ago, she participated in a Psychic Picnic in North Park. I met a lot of her friends, they were numerologists, Tarot card readers and psychometrists. It was a great day out.

My heart goes out to her sons, David and Art and everyone who knew her.

Much love,

Mike Buzzelli

Terri Raymond

April 3, 2019

Sally was a great cousin---a warm and caring individual. She was a generous person, sending books, poems and thoughtful remembrances. She was great with numerology---willing to read numbers every year near my birthday. I appreciated that she took the time to do that. She had a fantastic memory and told interesting family stories. In fact, she was superb storyteller and a beautiful wordsmith. She enjoyed language and playing with words. I think of her whenever I eat mashed potatoes, because she enjoyed them so much. I always benefitted from our chats---always learned something and always laughed. She taught me about humility, gratefulness and standing up for what is right. Some of her expressions were piercing---they were so spot on. I will miss her wisdom and wit. May she rest is peace. Love you dearly, Sally.
Terri Raymond