John L., Sr.
Age 88, of Bridgeville, suddenly on May 11, 2018. Beloved husband of Nancy Robich, loving father of Mary Ann (Denny) Zuk, John (Donna) Robich, Ron (Cindy) Robich and Denny (Misty) Robich, brother of the late Mary McGinnis and Lynnie Subic, also survived by 10 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. A veteran of the U.S. Army. John enjoyed fishing and hunting with his sons and friends. All services will be private by Warchol Funeral Home, Inc., 3060 Washington Pike, Bridgeville (412-221-3333). In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Barbara Parish, Bridgeville.
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I will always remember John as a truly great neighbor. He was there for you when you needed a helping hand or never to busy to just talk. Never saw him with a unhappy face he always had that smile. He loved working in his front yard.even in times when most people would be in the air conditioned house. I still remember, one very hot summer going over and tell him LOOK JOHN you got to slow down your making the rest of us guys on the hill look bad. He gave me that smile and continued working as we talked. Told Johann next time you are with Nancy find out were does John get all that extra energy. (Never did find out his secret) John like me loved the outdoors and any chance to be in the woods or on a stream/lake fishing was heaven. I will always remember the good times we shared stories on hunting and fishing experiences and how much he enjoyed his camp up north. Yes John will be missed but the memories of times talking with him will be long remembered. Great neighbor and friend I was blessed to know John.
Submitted by Bob Calgaro on May 14 2018 01:10:08 PM
To the Robich Family,,,
my heart goes out to all of you for the loss of husband, Dad, and my friend for a long time,,, I was lucky to have shared many Weekends in his Potter County “God’s Country” paradise,,,and as well as the Pymatuning abode chasing walleye,,geese,,grouse,,,and rabbit. And a poker pot... many years of hunting and sharing our harvest,,in our annual game feast on SuperBowl Sundays,,, are all still fresh in my mind,,,, even his Jabs at me for always taking the handy cappp lane on those grouse hunts,,,and when he helped pull me from the chest deep quicksand in the tuning swamp,,,,mostly all the stops after the hunt for a beer and the stories that were burnt in our memories
You will be missed,, ,
Submitted by Rondoe on May 13 2018 08:37:24 AM
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