Evelyn F. Haenig
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Evelyn F. (Medos) Haenig, 82, of South Fayette Township, passed away Wednesday, May 13, 2020, at her home, with her devoted husband of 57 years, Harry E. Haenig, by her side. She was the dedicated and caring mother of Sharon Sutherland and Sue Huber; loving grandmother of James "Jay" and Serena Huber; also survived by many extended family and friends. After graduation from Bethel Park High School, she continued her education at Lillian S. Kaufman School of Nursing of Montefiore, University of Pittsburgh, and California University of Pennsylvania, completing all with a RN and BS in nursing education. She also augmented her knowledge by attending the University of Iowa. Evelyn had a fulfilling and diverse nursing career that included spearheading the first medical migrant worker program for the state of Iowa. After settling back in Pittsburgh, she continued her nursing career, becoming a supervisor of Montefiore Hospital, as well as a nursing instructor. Later in her career, she became a homecare nurse in the burgeoning medical homecare field. She worked her way up the ranks to become the Intake coordinator before retiring in 1997. Due to the current restrictions on public gatherings, a celebration of Evelyn's life will take place at a later time. Arrangements are by BEINHAUERS. With the current state of the world, Evelyn's services will be private. Those who wish to support her family during their private services may visit www.beinhauer.com and "Light a Candle," at no cost, anyone may submit a heartfelt message to the family.

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Published in Greensburg Tribune Review on May 15, 2020.
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May 18, 2020
I was a new nurse in Home Care nurse when I worked with Evelyn at SHHS. Our office was located on 18th Street and Carson in the South Side. and I have the fondest memories of Evelyn. She was a phenomenal nurse and friend. Evelyns smile lite up the room and her laugh was infectious. One thing for sure, Evelyn loved her Harry and girls. She spoke so loving-ling of you all. My deepest sympathy on the passing of your dear and loving wife, mom, and grandmother.
Kimberly Stephens
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May 16, 2020
so sorry to hear of evelyns passing. harry, and family my condolences
michael fay
May 14, 2020
Your mom was a wonderful person. So very sorry.
Halladay Swanson
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