SCHECHTER, BEATRICE: Of Oakmont formerly of Squirrel Hill, peacefully passed away on Tuesday, November 27, 2012; Beloved wife of the late Milton J. Schechter. Loving mother of Ronna (Alan) Cantor and Laura (Steve) Spiegel. Devoted grandmother of Jill Cantor (Greg Goldner), Rachel (James) Fogarty, Jennifer Spiegel and Josh Spiegel. Great-grandmother of two. Sister of Barbara (Jerry) Dines and the late Abe Weiner and Bernard Weiner. Survived by nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. A very special thank you to the wonderful staff and the excellent caregivers at Woodside Place of Presbyterian SeniorCare where Bea resided for two years. With gratitude to Family Hospice and Palliative Care and The Woodside II unit at The Willows where Bea spent the last six weeks of her life. Services and Interment Private. Contributions may be made to Woodside Place Recreation Fund Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation, 1215 Hulton Road, Oakmont, PA 15139. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. www.schugar.com
I was doing a search for my son Mark who was planning to be in Pittsburgh, PA for a Sports Event April 11, to 14 TH 2013 and happened on the Obituary for Beatrice Schechter and then learned that her husband Milton had also passed away in 2008. We had lost touch with them a few years ago so this was a complete surprise. We met both of their daughters, Ronna and Alan Cantor as well as Laura & Steve Spiegel and did attend one of their weddings but can\'t quite recall which oone we attended. Our condolences go out to both their daughters as well as their familes. We had declared ourselves their \"Family in Connecticut\". We first met on a trip to Hawaii and became close friends after that for a number of years. There are so many pleasant memories that will never fade away.
It be wonderful if this message could be forwarded to either Ronna or Laura, if not it shall be recorded here.
By Sal & Ruth Chiaramonte- 75 Fairy Dell Rd, Clinton, CT 860-669-2006 - April 04, 2013
I am so sorry for your loss. Bushie was so dear to all of us. She will always be remembered with love and affection.