ANN M.  BUTRICO
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Age 94, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 19, 2020. She was born on December 21, 1925. She was a lifelong resident of the Morningside neighborhood of Pittsburgh. She was the sister of Jean Kolling and the late Marie Sebastian, Antonette Porco and Amelia Weiblinger. She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and friends. Ann was the proud owner of a longtime Morningside business, Ann's Beauty Salon, where she had many loyal customers and employees. Along with being a business owner, she also enjoyed cooking, golf and travel. Nothing made her happier than to be surrounded by her family and friends. She will be remembered by all who loved her for her smile, her laugh and her hugs. A private Mass of Christian Burial was held on March 21, 2020, at St. Raphael Catholic Church. Arrangements were handled by MCCABE BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME. Condolences are appreciated at www.mccabebrothers.com
Published on March 29, 2020

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Judy Dobson
Mar 26, 2020
Ann was also my first employer but soon became a member of my family. I was lucky enough to have her share many my families special events and watch my daughters grow up from birth through weddings. She was definitely considered family. Most importantly, Ann made the girls who were her employees life long FAMILY.. grateful to be part of this circle of love. I will miss Ann greatly but have so many wonderful memories. Her zest for life and her smile
are two I’ll always remember.
Judy Dobson
Mar 26, 2020
Ann was also my first employer but soon became a member of my family. I was lucky enough to have her share many my families special events and watch my daughters grow up from birth through weddings. She was definitely considered family. Most importantly, Ann made the girls who were her employees life long FAMILY.. grateful to be part of this circle of love. I will miss Ann greatly but have so many wonderful memories. Her zest for life and her smile
are two I’ll always remember.
Terri Krakowiak
Mar 25, 2020
One of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known. Full of love kindness and smiles. She was my first employer in Pittsburgh. Everyone who worked for became family to her and each other. Rest In Peace ❤️
Leslie Kass
Mar 25, 2020
Ii knew Miss Anne ( that’s what I called her) for many years and she was a kind loving person to everyone. Prior to working as a hairdresser for her for 18 years, I sat with her dad (after his stroke) when I was a kid. After all these years I am really going to miss her smiling face and her giving me what for not calling to check in. Love you Miss Anne RIP
Laura Amendola Houston
Mar 25, 2020
Anns Beauty Salon was my first job. Ann was more than a boss , she was also a friend! She was a Beautiful woman!
Nancy Docherty
Mar 25, 2020
OH Ann, Was in your shop many times with my friend Leslie and sister Judy learning the hairdreser business. I went 2 beauty school with neice Carol Porco. She had the gift 4 hair. We became good friends and remember her Mom your sister well. Brother in law Joe, a barber on Jancey. Sweet lovely people. Was it yesterday? I am sad! Rest those talented hands my friend.
Valerie Vacula
Mar 25, 2020
A very special woman, awesome boss and a loving friend. She was a second mother to her girls who worked for her. Made us love our job and going to work an easy task.