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Patricia A. (Caruso) Sieber
March 9, 1942 ~ May 10, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Age 81, lifelong resident of Carnegie, Pa. passed away peacefully on May 10, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. Born March 9, 1942, daughter of the late Samuel and Lena (Rossi) Caruso. Beloved wife of Paul R. Sieber Sr.; loving mother of Dina Sieber, and Paul (Heather) Sieber Jr.; grandma of Rachel Sieber; sister of Gerri Ellenberger, Jean (Jon) Pittman, and Robert (Ann) Caruso. Beloved Aunt and friend to many.
After graduating from Carnegie High School in 1960, she began her career working at Pittsburgh National Bank. Known as a stellar employee, she also represented them with her beauty as Miss Pittsburgh National Bank in the Miss Pittsburgh Pageant. In 1963, she met and married the love of her life, Paul, and by late 1965 was the mother of two small children. As a homemaker, she was always there to support her husband, her children, her extended family and her community with her caring presence and her extraordinary cooking and baking. In the early 1980s, she returned to the workforce (as “Part-Time Pat) for Centre Video cable company. She transitioned to a fulltime position for what became known as TCI and finally Comcast, quickly advancing to the position of Office Manager in Carnegie. She eventually retired in 2006 as a beloved employee and Supervisor of Customer Service. On the day of her retirement, she was serenaded with Tina Turner’s “Simply the Best” playing throughout the building.
Pat was a superior home chef, who enjoyed making treats for everyone from her co-workers and neighbors, to her local mail carrier and trash collectors. The family joke was that she could have been a cleaner for the mob as her Trash Collectors would have taken a body away without questions. Everyone appreciated her homemade pizzelles, pies, scones and Italian cookies. She hosted Christmas Eve at her home for many years where guests were spoiled by her delicious food and hospitality. She liked to show her love to all through her food.
Pat loved her family fiercely and was a loyal friend to many. The highlight of her life was when she was blessed with her granddaughter, Rachel, who she adored.
No Visitation. Blessing Service will be held on Saturday, May 13th, 11:30am at Henney, Bradwell & Nirella Funeral Home, 524 Washington Ave., Carnegie.
Family and friends are welcome on Saturday for the Memorial Service and the luncheon which will follow in Cloverleaf Estates Clubhouse, 160 Cloverleaf Drive, Carnegie (CollierTwp.), PA 15106
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Alzheimers Association: www.alz.org