Albert H. Brunwasser
November 9, 2015

Visitation Information

November 11 2015 - 1:00 pm
Beth El Congregation, 1900 Cochran Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Funeral Information

November 11 2015 - 2:00 pm
Beth El Congregation, 1900 Cochran Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15220

BRUNWASSER, ALBERT H.: On Monday, November 9, 2015; Beloved husband of Maxine Slavonsky Brunwasser. Beloved father of LouAnn (Clifford) May of Bethesda, MD, Brenda C. (Jeff) Southworth of Blue Bell, PA, Eileen S. (Randy) Sherman of Bethesda, MD and Allison R. (Jeff) Nabonsal of Roanoke, VA. Devoted son of late Sid and Minnie Goldberg Brunwasser. Brother of the late Elaine S. Brunwasser and devoted cousin Ruth Goldberg Magowan. Grandfather of Miranda and Evan May, Griffin, Gillian and Tyler Southworth, Justin and Marissa Sherman, Nathan, Alex and Sabrina Nabonsal. A lifelong Pittsburgher, Albert was a graduate of Delaware Valley Farm School, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Pittsburgh. He was also the former director of the Allegheny County Health Department and a Vice President of Resource Development and Management, Inc. Services at Beth El Congregation, 1900 Cochran Road on Wednesday at 2 PM. Visitation one hour prior to services at Beth El (1 - 2 PM) . Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery/Beth El Section. Contributions to Jewish National Fund, Water Resource and Development in Israel, 78 Randall Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570, www.jnf.org/work-we-do/our-projects/water/.  Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. www.schugar.com

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Mr Brunwasser, He will always be Mister Brunwasser to me, served a my mentor during my years at the Allegheny County Health Department. Many of his lessons still resound with me today. He once told me that to find direction in life I should get married. So I did. Afterwards I frequently told him that I didn't realize what kind of direction he meant. He always denied giving me that advice.... May the memories of his many good deeds and accomplishments bring you some comfort and pride in his life well lived.

By Alfred Tuttle - November 13, 2015

When some one you love becomes a memory...those memories become a treasure. On earth, the only trace we leave behind lies in the memories held by those who loved us. In that regard, Al was a very lucky fellow. Where ever he is now, it is my sincere hope that he is dreaming about only delightful things. I am quite certain that he shares that same hope for those of us he left behind. God bless you.

By Lamont and Peggy Moore, Trafford, PA - November 11, 2015