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Vincent A. Brunotts
September 11, 1941 ~ February 16, 2021 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Age 79, of Gibsonia, formerly of the West End, on Tuesday, February 16, 2021. It is with great sadness that Vince Brunotts, peacefully passed away in the comforts of his own home in Hampton Township. He is survived by his devoted wife, Janice E. (Tudas) Brunotts, his dear daughter, Christa Romano and his faithful son, Vince Brunotts, Jr. His grandchildren, to whom he is especially grateful for all the joy they brought him, Hannah Brunotts, Zach Brunotts, Isabella Romano, and his favorite little guy, Ty Romano. Also survived by his siblings Regina (George) Lubic and Anthony (Michelle) Brunotts. Vince was born on September 11, 1941, in the West End section of Pittsburgh. He loved his West End community and was especially committed to all of his family and friends from that area. Vince proudly earned a nomination to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, but shortly after considering a military career, he decided to enroll at Duquesne University to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. It was there at Duquesne where he became a lifelong member of the university's Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity and was heavily involved in supporting their Men's Basketball program. Vince went on to spend almost his entire professional career (over 30 years) with Calgon Carbon Corporation, where he eventually rose to the level of Executive Director of Domestic Sales. However, throughout all he accomplished in life, one thing that remained was his love for family. Vince loved his family more than anyone could ever express. He thanks them all for their faith and loyalty to him, and all of the aid and comfort given to him throughout his lifetime. Friends received Sunday 1-5 p.m. only at BRUSCO-NAPIER FUNERAL SERVICE, LTD., 2201 Bensonia Ave., Pgh, PA 15216. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 11 a.m. in Sts. Martha and Mary Parish—St. Catherine of Sweden Church, 2554 Wildwood Rd., Allison Park, PA 15101. Burial to follow in Resurrection Cemetery, 1000 Resurrection Rd., Coraopolis, PA 15108. The funeral home is following all CDC and PA State guidelines.