St. Andrew the Apostle Parish Charleroi
Thursday December 17th, 2020
William “Bill” N. Sezawich Jr. 42 of Pittsburgh lost his battle to a lengthy illness on Monday December 7, 2020. Bill was born on July 21, 1978 in Monongahela, a son of William N. Sezawich Sr. of Stockdale and Susan Gales Daily of Florida.
Besides his parents he is also survived by his step-mother Patricia Sezawich of Stockdale, his step-father Steve Daily of Florida, a brother Joshua Sezawich of Florida, a niece Savannah Sezawich of Florida, maternal grandmother Cleo Gales of Charleroi, paternal aunts and uncles; Matthew and Rebecca Sezawich, Madeline Rice, Christine Dankle, Ruth Matz, George and Michelle Toohey, Mary Murphy, John and Lisa Toohey, Michael and Sandy Toohey, Kathleen and William Smith and Paul and Jeanne Toohey, maternal aunts Denise Miller and Dorsey Gales.
Preceded in death by paternal grandparents; Matthew and Dorothy Sezawich and maternal grandfather Joseph “Fireball” Gales, maternal uncle Joseph Gale, Mary Toohey and numerous cousins.
A special thank you to everyone at the Donnell Hospice facility for all their love and care and a very special thank you to Pastor Dave Lettrich and Bill’s friends and family in Pittsburgh.
There will be no public visitation. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Andrew the Apostle Parish Charleroi at 10:00am on Thursday December 17, 2020 followed by interment at Calvary Cemetery Charleroi.
“Bill had nothing, but yet even if he had something, he would give it to you, no questions asked. ”
Bill and I would have heart to heart conversations for hours about life, family, relationships, good times and bad times. Where we've been, where we were at and where we were going. Always encouraging me to do better. Until we meet again, love you bro.
Patrick Himes Dec 12 2020 12:00 AM
Deepest sympathy to all of Bills Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most time of sorrow.
Trisha & Jim Shipley Dec 9 2020 12:00 AM
Bill, I'll always love you like a brother because that's how I remember you. You and Josh were around just as much as my own brother and I'm grateful for the memories we shared together. I'll miss you.
Chris Kaschok Dec 9 2020 12:00 AM