McMurray, Pennsylvania

1936 - 2018


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Dr. Edward Austin of Mt. Lebanon died peacefully October 6, 2018 surrounded by his loving family. He was born in 1936 in Brattleboro, VT. A lifetime of reading, studying and learning ensued. He graduated from the University of Vermont School of Medicine in 1962. ...

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I was a patient of Dr. Austin's for almost 35 years & loved him dearly. I was stunned to learn of his passing. He always had a smile on his face, some jokes & stories to tell about his grandchildren, patient with me & my many questions; I could go on & on. I'm so terribly sorry for your loss, Sue & hope that the love he had for you will provide you with comfort over the years. Nancy Prince Thomas

As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your treasured memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.

My deepest sympathy to the Austin family. I was a patient of Dr. Austin's for 32 years. He was a very kind man. He always took good care of me

Pauli so sad to read of the death of your brother in law. He looked so much like our dear Dr David Austin.
They both made a tremendous difference to their patients and community and now they can work together in Heaven
Gary and Carol Randall

Dear family of Dr.Austin,
Dr. Austin was the best Dr. I have gone to. He was a kind and caring Dr. who took his time to listen and care about your problems.He had been my Dr. for many, many years, delivered both of my daughters.You won't find a Dr. like him. I miss him already and will miss his exceptional personalty! He will always be remembered.
Val Radtke

I am so sorry for your loss of this Wonderful man!!! I was under his care for 40 years delivering my children & my 3 grandchildren. My sympathy goes out to you all, he really loved those grand girls!!!

To the Austin family, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. You lost a great man! I too was a long time patient, from 1976 until a little over a year ago. He delivered my two children and helped me through many things during that time. When I saw him last year, we talked about his retirement. I sincerely hope that he enjoyed it. God bless you all, and know that he is smiling down at you!
Marye Zoe Young

Dr. Austin will truly be missed. He was my doctor for over 40 years and delivered my two children. Not only was he an excellent physician but also a genuinely good, kind human being. He is surely in heaven.

After my husband had his TIA, Dr. Austin told him that he would recover a lot faster, being at home, with me taking care of him, instead of being in St.Clair Hospital with no tv or phone. He was always caring and correct, with his way of thinking and helping Matt with his medical advice. Matt was always impressed over how caring he was with Matt. Matt passed away on Jan. 18, 2018, and when I saw the death notice of Dr. Austin, I knew that both of them will be in heaven in spirit, knowing...