Barry "Al" Eisen
October 31, 2018

Funeral Information

November 4 2018 - 10:30 am
B'nai Israel Cemetery, Blackadore Street, Penn Hills

EISEN, BARRY "AL" on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Life partner of Roberta Calgaro; son of Joan and the late Dr. Howard Eisen; brother of Michael (Kelly Orourke) Eisen and the late Edward and Marc Eisen; uncle of Spencer and his twin sisters Sabrina and Sidney; grandson of the late Irwin and Thelma Eisen. Al was an avid animal lover and was survived by his feline child Irwin and preceded in death by the late Onyx and Amanda. He served honorably in the U. S. Navy and was admired and adored by his students at Alderdice High School where he was a Physics Teacher. Graveside service and interment will be held on Sunday at 10:30 am at B'Nai Israel Cemetery, Penn Hills. Everyone please meet at the cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society, Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. www.schugar.com

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By Judy,Kevin,Justin & Lexi Katchur - November 04, 2018

Barry was a good friend at Allderdice. My thoughts are with you.

By Susan Orth - November 04, 2018

Joanne and Michael, There are no words to express the grief upon learning about Barry. He was a good soul and possessed a pleasant, welcoming smile. The Eisen boys added so much life to Browning Road not matched by anyone else. My heart breaks for all of you. May his memory be a blessing to all.

By Renee Abrams - November 03, 2018

May his memory be a blessing

By Selma - November 03, 2018

I am so sorry to hear of Barry’s passing. My heart goes out to Joanie, who has always been a wonderful friend to our family. Condolences to Michael, his partner and other beloved friends.

By Laurie Aines - November 03, 2018

I am going to miss my big brother. He had been around my whole life and always made a point of showing up when it was important. I remember the adventures we would go on when we were together. He loved to argue and probably took to many risks in life. He never expected to be around this long. He was a veteran and teacher. He so loved his kids as he would call his students and he was very proud of them all. He, also, loved his lifelong friend and partner, Roberta and his fur babies. He loved to argue but he was a loyal friend. You will be missed, Barry! Love you always, your sister, Linda

By Linda Dershem - November 02, 2018

Dear family and friends, it is with great sadness that I bid my godson adieu. Your many friends and students will think of you often. Condolences to Michael and Kelly and especially to Roberta. I know your lives have been changed by Al\'s loss. My sympathy is with you at this sad time. Take care of yourselves and each other. Love, Talia

By TALIA S GERSTEIN - November 02, 2018

Deepest condolences to Barry\'s family and friends. My late husband Louis and I loved Barry very much. He, along with his brothers, was an honorary nephew of ours. We were extremely proud of him. His life ended too soon; he still had so much to give to the world. His brilliance, generosity, and quick wit will always be remembered fondly and with love. May Perpetual Light shine upon him.

By Linda Sue Tamburino - November 02, 2018