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December 6, 1927 ~ December 22, 2022 (age 95) 95 Years Old
Ada Joan McNertney, formerly of Greenfield and the North Hills, passed away peacefully December 22, 2022, at Kane Regional Nursing Center, Ross Township, Pittsburgh. She was preceded in death by her parents, John R. McCarney and Sarah Knox McCarney, as well as her husband Robert M. McNertney of 49 years, son-in-law Thomas Danielson, and granddaughter Anne Marie Baumgarten, along with her brother John McCarney, Jr (Mary), and sisters Mary Blackham, Frances Zorn (Lou), Lucille Collins (Bill), Dorothy VIrgin (Pete), Sara McCarney, Arletta Lees (Homer), and Shirley Gariglio (Frank). She is survived by her children Loretta Danielson, Robert McNertney (Shelia), Kathleen Baumgarten, Mary Schneider (Thomas), Carol McNertney, Patricia McNertney, and Joanne Sweeney. Ada left behind a legacy of loving grandchildren: Nathan Danielson (Melissa), Michael Danielson (Daisy), Daniel McNertney (Lindi), Thomas McNertney, Rebecca Schneider (Jon), Jessica Schneider, Jennifer and Emily Wetzler, MJ Jorgensen, and Ian McNertney, great-grandchildren Nora, Owen, Haisley, step-great-grandson Weston, and Maeve, as well as several nieces and nephews. At her request, no service will be held. Ada will be buried at Calvary Cemetery, Pittsburgh, next to her husband, under the shade of a beautiful tree located near her childhood neighborhood, Greenfield. Arrangements have been made through Kanai Funeral Home. Ada’s family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the staff at The Haven at North Hills and, more recently, Kane Regional Nursing Center (Ross Township) for their dedication, kindness, and support during these challenging times. For those who wish to do so, in lieu of flowers, the family requests donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. Arrangements entrusted to the Edward P. Kanai Funeral Home, 500 Greenfield Ave. 15207.