Judith "Judy" Sternberger
March 10, 2024

JUDITH "JUDY" STERNBERGER: Age 78, of Wilkinsburg , PA, loving daughter of Ruth Hilleson Renner Zinman and Isadore Renner passed away on 3/10/2024 at AGH-Forbes Campus surrounded by her dear friends . She was a loving wife and dedicated nurse in the 3rd Floor North telemetry unit of AGH - Forbes Campus until her retirement. Judy's coworkers were like family to her, providing unwavering support and care especially through her years of cancer treatment. She faced her cancer diagnosis, surgeries, treatments, chemo, radiation and disabilities with courage, patience and hopefulness, always trusting in her doctors' efforts. She is survived by her friends and coworkers who meant the world to her, including Kathleen Blaszak, Mandy Harshman, Sue Hicks, Regina and John Hudzik, Heather Kensiger, Jess Niggle, Diane Reuther, Betsy Smith, Carol Wuchevich, the nurses of the 3rd floor telemetry unit at Forbes Campus, and any others we are so sorry to have missed. We are so grateful for all of you. Judy is also survived by her step-children, Arthur Sternberger III, Joan Wasserman, and Ann Connaghan. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Arthur Sternberger Jr., whom she lovingly cared for until his passing. Services and Interment Private. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. www.schugar.comĀ 


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I was very sorry to hear of Judy\\\'s passing. I met her when I first moved to Pittsburgh. She was one of the most kindest, loving and warmest, person . She was always thinking of others before herself. She will be missed. May you rest in peace.

By Nadine Abrams Reck - March 12, 2024

Mamma Judy was one of the best friends and coworker I have ever had working at Forbes. Her tele unit was her family for sure! She was one of a kind and will never be duplicated! Rest in peace my dear friend.

By Katie Bommer RN - March 11, 2024

Remembering Judy as a great tele nurse on 3 north at Forbes Regional Hospital. Thanks for all the evening treats. May you rest in peace. .

By Lois Goldberg - March 11, 2024

I worked with Mama Judy at Forbes. She was the kindest, most generous and caring person that I have ever been blessed to know. She will truly be missed.

By Alissa Halbleib - March 11, 2024

I met Judy through Kathy Blaszak. Her courage and kindness, despite her own physical concerns wad much appreciated when I wad struggling with health issues. Her resilience was inspiring. She will be missed and remembered by many.

By Gwen Renee Williams - March 10, 2024