Joseph A. Mangieri

February 22, 1951  -  June 27, 2017


Mangieri Joseph A. Age 66, of Bethel Park, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on Monday June 26th. Devoted husband of 42 years to Mary Lou; father of Domenic (Tara) and Michael (Katie); grandfather of Luciano, Rocco, Dante, Nico, Stella, and Marco; brother to, Rachele (John) Schulz; son of Josephine and Domenic; as well as many beloved nieces, nephews and friends. Joe recently retired after 42 years working as Director of Treasury at Chromalox. He loved making noodles, wine, and baking bread for family and friends. Joe was known for his integrity, trustworthiness and sense of humor. Family and friends will be received on June 29th and 30th from 2 - 4 p.m. and 6 - 8 p.m. at the Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home, Inc., 301 Curry Hollow Rd, Pittsburgh 15236. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on July 1st at Saint Germaine Parish, 7003 Baptist Road, Bethel Park 15102.


Thursday 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm

301 Curry Hollow Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15236


Friday 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm

301 Curry Hollow Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15236

Custom Mass of Chritian Burial

Saturday 10:00 am

Saint Germaine Parish 7003 Baptist Road Bethel Park PA 15102

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The Connors family

Tucked into our hearts and minds is the treasure chest filled with memories that include Joe, Mary Lou, Nick and Mike: splashing in the pool, calling from the kitchen window, standing in the driveway, leaning into the car window for a gentle conversation. Home was home to the whole Connors family partly because of the constancy and dependable outpouring of love from the Mangeiri family. I remember the great comfort they all were to us when we lost our mother suddenly over twenty years ago. The slapping of the screen door in the kitchen, followed by one of their voices was such a warm and melodic gift to us. The wafting of freshly baked bread through the door, the tasty nurturing of our bellies and our souls, coupled with kind and sincerely interested conversation...these were the ever present gifts that came with good neighbors. We were blessed to live next door for so long, and will always consider you our most intimate friends. Our hearts ache at the immense loss. And yet they rejoice in the knowledge of our Savior and a promised reunion with Joe and all others we hold dear.

 Posted Fri, 06/30/2017 - 12:32am
Howard and Sharon Blichfeldt

Our prayers for peace and comfort to all of you.

 Posted Thu, 06/29/2017 - 11:17pm
Becky Strombeck

After working with Joe for 42 years, even though a long distance, it still feels like family.
He was always so happy to talk about his family. You could feel the pride though the phone.
His kindness and calmness is something that so many will always treasure.

 Posted Wed, 06/28/2017 - 9:13am
Fred Wassenaar

While it was my honor to work with Joe for such a short time, I always could count on a smile, a kind greeting, and easy demeanor. He was a pleasure to work with and has been truly missed here at Chromalox. My heartfelt condolences go out to Mary Lou, whom I only met at Joe's retirement luncheon, and his family, who I cannot imagine the feeling of loss and heartache. My prayers go out to you.

 Posted Wed, 06/28/2017 - 9:08am

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