Peter M. Andino Sr., 88, of Chippewa Township, died Sunday June 26, 2016 at Providence Care Center.
He was born February 13, 1928, in Beaver Falls, to the late Peter and Ortenzia (Puteri) Andino. He was Navy veteran, a retired steel worker for B&W, and a member of St. Monica Parish.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Gilda Berardelli Andino.
Surviving are three sons, Peter M. (Vivian) Andino, Norwalk, CT, John C. Andino, St. Petersburg, FL, Joseph R. Andino, Beaver Falls; two daughters, Sandy (Augie) Camber, Olathe, KS, Gina M. (Joe) Catanese, Gibsonia; eight grandchildren, Ashley and Joseph Catanese, A.J., Neal, Ryan, and Joel Camber, and Michael and Mark Andino; and nine great-grandchildren.
At the request of the family all services were private. Arrangements were handled through GABAUER-LUTTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, INC., 117 Blackhawk Road, Chippewa Twp.,www.gabauerluttonfuneralhome.com
Thanks to the second floor staff at Providence Care Center.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America 322 Eighth Ave. 7th Floor NY, NY 10001
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You will be missed by all you left behind. You have no more pain. Love you!
I'll always remember the times i spent with you in the summer playing in the rain and playing hide and seek, and swinging on the tire swing, swinging up to the tree was easy but i was too scared to ride it down. aunt jackie was so mad at you for talking me into doing it. i sure will miss you cuz
Jim I’m sorry about your passing I knew when I visited you wasn’t feeling well and felt it was time to go with your family up above ,you were always a fun cousin and had lots of fun times with you at reunions and your parents house peace be with you and no more suffering cousin you will be missed and always loved and remain in our hearts forever RIP until we meet again
So sorry for your loss. Jim was such an awesome guy. Always looked up to him. He was so much like his mom, our beloved Aunt Jackie. Kind and understanding and always there when you needed him. I will miss him but take comfort in the knowledge thst he is with his parents.
Jim: I didn't realize that you were that sick. I will always remember the times we had as kids. Plus deer hunting in Kenerdell. At first about 20 guys jammed into my dad's trailer. Laughing at the stories from the old guys. Until we meet again. R.I.P.
I am so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy. Prayers for your whole family in this sad time.
Iam so sorry for you guys love Aunt JODY and Uncle Bill
I am so sorry for your loss Fred. Thinking of you
I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers your way!
My friend, I know you are up in Heaven with my cousin Kathy. RIP my brother...Love and miss you my friend.
To the family of Don Campbell I want to add my prayers and thoughts. I have such fond memories of Don and Kathy and their families I will always cherish in my heart I know Don is now with his dear wife mom an Dad a host of family members who have gone to Glory! Blessings on you as you walk this path but not alone Jesus is walking with you!
Rip old friend.One of the best bosses I ever had.Sunoco 1987/1988 Prayers for his surviving family.
My condolences to his family and friends. I have so many great memories of our time working together at Alsy. From late night inventory, to pirate games and even a few arguments. But like everyone around you, we loved you anyway! Until we meet again!
Sorry for your loss of your father my prayers and thoughts are with you all God bless all of you
Rose was one of the sweetest, kindest persons I've ever known. We were cousins and I really regret that we didn't get to know each other much growing up. And we didn't see enough of each other when we were older...but when we did...it was always a total joy. The only comfort that can be taken from this is that our dear Rose is finally and truly cancer free and at peace, I'm sure. God love her.
As a fellow "Milt", just one of your thousand of brothers and sisters, I wish that I would have met you in life. Just by reading your obituary you were a fun loving person that Iam sorry that we never met. When I entered Milton Hershey School I was from Western Pennsyvania too. I entered from Baden, just a little south of Beaver Falls.but that was way before your lucky sevens even began. February 17, 1964. Iam face book friends with alot of your classmates and other friends that grewup with you and loved you from the Milt.
May the Angel's take you into the gates of Paridise where you will suffer no more. Your free of pain and you are welcomed by your family members and friends who have gone on before you. In Paridise you will live forever and also in the hearts of your loved ones and friends left behind.
Oliver S. Ewing, LFD
MHS class of 1972
Rose, thank you for your kindness. You ate remembered with fondness.
Rest In Peace my sister and friend. Truly what a beautiful person and beautiful soul.