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William L. Vargesko, Jr. | 61

April 11, 1960 - November 24, 2021

William L. Vargesko, Jr., 61, of 77 Whitney Creek Road, Coudersport, passed away Wednesday, November 24, 2021, at UPMC Magee Hospital in Pittsburgh, after a brief illness.

He was born April 11, 1960, in Pittsburgh, son of the late William L. Vargesko, Sr. and Eileen Corns Vargesko, who survives of Penn Hills. William grew up in Penn Hills and was a graduate of Penn Hills High School. He resided for many years in the Benezette area and for the past six years he had been a resident of Coudersport.

William was a former employee of Fairview Sintered Metals (GKN) and more recently had been an employee of Morgan AM&T in Coudersport. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, and was an excellent cook.

On February 5, 1988, in St. Marys, William married Melissa “Mitzi” Enterline, who preceded him in death on August 24, 2010.

In addition to his mother, Eileen Vargesko, William is survived by his two daughters: Tina Pistner and her husband Michael and Amy Lion and her husband Rob, both of St. Marys; four grandchildren: Olivia Pistner, Isabella Pistner, Wes Lion, and Noah Lion; his sister, Traci Melton and her husband Chris of New Mexico; his brother, Jeffrey Vargesko of Export, PA; and by his niece, Megan Cullers; and two nephews: Tyler Cullers and Brian Vargesko.

Besides his wife and father, he is preceded in death by a sister, Linda Vargesko, in infancy; and by his brother, James Vargesko.

There will be no visitation.

Funeral and committal services will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

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6 Comments

  1. Amy & Rob,

    Very sorry for the loss of your Dad.

    My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

    Mark

  2. I worked with Bill at Morgan and also drank a few beers with him. He was one of the nicest people. Always enjoyed chit chatting with him and just having a good ole laugh. Roben and I always enjoyed seeing you. Fly high my friend.

  3. I worked with Bill many years ago.
    Always joking around. Sending my thoughts and prayers for the family.

  4. I remember working with Bill at Fairview. He was a very good cook, he made the best chili. My best memory was when my husband Stacy, my daughter Emily and I went to visit him! And Emily and Bill chased chickens around the garden and she thought it was hilarious his dog drank his beer. You will be missed my friend. The Kunes Family

  5. Bill was one of a kind, for sure. He had the ability to make anyone laugh in any circumstance. Many, many great memories with him while he lived in Benezette. God speed, Bill.
    Tina, Amy and all of Bill’s family…you have my very deepest sympathies.

  6. I worked with Bill at Morgan. We shared some good laughs…he was a great guy. I will miss him. RIP my friend. Gone but not forgotten.

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