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Paul E. Bertiaux Jr.

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Paul E. Bertiaux Jr. Obituary
Paul Eugene Bertiaux Jr., 69, joined his wife and son in eternity Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, from St. Clair Hospital. He was born March 7, 1949, in Bellefonte, Pa., one of five children, to the late Adalein (Meek) and Paul E. Bertiaux Sr. Paul proudly served his country in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War from 4-29-1968 to 12-10-1969, and was given an honorable discharge after being wounded. Upon returning from the war, he applied and was accepted in to the Western Pennsylvania Joint Apprentice Training Program, where he served as an apprentice for four years. After his graduation, he became a journeyman operating engineer with Local 66 and had a stellar career working for Michael A. Facchiano Contracting. After 30 years, he retired in 2005 and lived in Bell Acres, Pa. Paul was dedicated to his family, enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. He also enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing and family gatherings with good conversations. Paul was truly one of a kind; he would help anyone in need and provided guidance for all. He was the husband of the late Linda C. (Mastroianni) Bertiaux; beloved father of Barbara (David) Francavilla, of Cranberry, Brian (Marlene) Bertiaux, of Greentree, Shawn (Laura) Bertiaux, of Sewickley, and the late Paul E. Bertiaux III; cherished "Pappy" of Randy Rall, Kelsey Strickland, Chase Strickland, Jasiah Bertiaux, Kaya Francavilla, Makenna Bertiaux, Evelyn Bertiaux, Callie Bertiaux and Isla Bertiaux; precious brother of Sharon Paul, of Economy Borough, Gary (Karen) Bertiaux, of Baldwin Township, Susan Canello, of Baden, and Lisa (Daniel) Walters, of Economy Borough; also many loving nieces and nephews.
Visitation was Friday at COPELAND'S MOON TOWNSHIP, 981 Brodhead Road, with service also held Friday. Burial was private at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.
In lieu of flowers, family suggests donations in his name to Disabled American Veterans.
Published in Sewickley Herald on Dec. 6, 2018
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