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Eric Rascoe

RASCOE: Eric Rascoe, on Monday, June 13, 2022. Beloved husband of Ann Bregman Rascoe and the late Jeanne Rascoe. Beloved father of Michael Rascoe, Beth Kilinc, the late David Rascoe and the late Todd Rascoe; daughters-in-law Betsy Rascoe and Batia Rascoe; son-in-law Aykut Kilinc. Stepfather of Eileen (Mark) Cason and Patricia Bregman. Brother of the late Leon Rascoe, stepbrother of the late Joann Bierman, brother-in-law of the late Sarah Heyden. Also survived by grandchildren Avi, Daniel, Alexander (Erin), Benjamin (Bari), Sarah, Alana, Shira (Benjamin), Ariel, Amallia and Jonah; step-grandchildren Adam (Molly) Cason and Sarah (Chad) McLarin; great-grandchild Blair Vivienne; step-great-grandchildren Anabelle, Benjamin and Sutton. Also survived by nieces and nephews Judy Bierman, Scott Bierman, Leslie Heyden, John Heyden and Nancy Heyden. Eric Rascoe was born in Russia/Romania, and arrived at Ellis Island in 1939. The family eventually moved to Pittsburgh, where he graduated from Taylor Allderdice High School and the University of Pittsburgh. After a stint in the military, Eric worked as a CPA and then as secretary of Thermal Industries with his childhood friend David Weis. He married his high school sweetheart, Jeanne Himelblau, and after his military service, they moved from the city to the suburbs, where they had four children. Their family grew to a loving clan of daughters-in-law and grandchildren. After Jeanne’s untimely death, Eric was blessed again with a marriage to Ann Bregman. Eric was generous with his time and support, helping Beth El Congregation, the greater Pittsburgh Jewish community, Israel and a variety of other causes. He mentored MBA and college students and donated his time filling out tax forms for family, friends and AARP clients. He enjoyed his association with ASPEC, Academy of Senior Professionals at Eckard College, and being with family and friends. His wisdom, wit and advice will be missed. Graveside service and interment will be held on Friday, June 17, 2022, at 1 p.m. at Mount Lebanon Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated. schugar.com PJC

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