Age 82, of Upper St. Clair, passed away Wednesday, April 21, 2021, in St. Clair Hospital. Marty was preceded in death by his parents, Martin Thomas and Mary Catherine Moran.
His legacy will be continued by Carol, his wife of 57 years; his children and their spouses, Marty and Asha Moran, Jennifer and Bob White, Kate and Frank Cunningham, and Megan and Sam Kane; and his grandchildren, R.J. White (19), Priya Moran (18), Daniel Cunningham (17), Andrew White (16), Martin Moran (15), Joseph Cunningham (14), and Charlie Kane (5). He is also survived by his sister, Mary Ellen and Ed Kristofik; brother-in-law George and Ginna Kraus; and nieces, nephews and cherished friends.
Marty spent his entire life living in Pittsburgh and was an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Panthers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He was a 1957 graduate of Central Catholic High School, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, and a graduate of Duquesne University with a J.D. Marty worked for 54 years at Westinghouse Electric and as legal counsel for the Eaton Corporation.
Lovingly referred to as PapPap, he was happiest following the lives and accomplishments of his seven grandchildren. He loved his Thursday night golf outings, annual golf trips to Myrtle Beach with the "guys", a drink at the 19th hole, gatherings with bowling league, volleyball and picnic friends, painting with his art class, and traveling. No matter the event or situation, nobody was a stranger to Marty. He cherished his time surrounded by family, and that is how he spent his last few days in this world.
To be respectful of the current Covid protocol, a celebration of his life for family and friends will be scheduled for a later date.
Marty's family would like to send a special thank you to the staffs at UPMC, St. Clair Hospital and Gallagher Home Health for the excellent care they provided.
While no contributions are expected by the family, memorial contributions may be made in Marty's name to the humane society or a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Beinhauer.