• SKIRPAN JEFF On September 10, ...

On September 10, 2017, Jeff, age 54, of Scott Twp., was welcomed into the arms of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and to be with his brother, Scott. He is survived by his mother, Jean Skirpan, who will love and miss him forever; late father, John Skirpan; brothers, Mark (Karen) and Keith (Becky) Skirpan; sisters, Sharon and Sandy Skirpan; and Jeff's late brother, Scott Skirpan. Nephews, Keith Skirpan, Jr., Jacob Skirpan, Mark Skirpan, Jr., Captain Matthew Skirpan (Margaret); and one niece, Jessica Goodall (Rob); many great-nieces and nephews. Jeff had two special nephews, Nathan and Eathen Kiszer. He loved them very much and considered them his sons and they told him every day that they loved him. Jeff loved his and Nathan's friend, Ashley Andrus. Jeff will be missed by his best and dear friend, Bill Dell. Jeff loved him like a brother. Jeff was a kindhearted soul. He liked to help everyone without them asking. He loved to clean. His mom says that he is now the housekeeper of Heaven. He loved to cut the grass, eat ice cream, to cook, to water the flowers, to visit the ships at the Carnegie Science Center, and to wear his USA and Steelers T-shirts. He was proud of his praying hands and Russian star tatoos. He would watch the "Svengoolies" television show, every Saturday night. Jeff would fly the American flag every day. Jeff cherished his Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail motorcycle more than anything in the world. Jeff's greatest gift and legacy was as an organ donor, he was able to give the gift of life, even in his death. Jeff fought the good fight. A special thank you to the Scott Twp. first responders and to the St. Clair Hospital ICU nurses. Love one another... you don't know what you have until they are gone. We will think of Jeff every time we hear a motorcycle. He is with the angels now. Roll on my brother on your Harley into the heavenly skies, you are now with your brother, Scott, and you can ride together. Private viewing for family only. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project, 301 Grant St., Pgh., PA 15219. Funeral arrangements by HENNEY, BRADWELL & NIRELLA FUNERAL HOME, Carnegie.
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PostedSeptember 17, 2017