In Memory

Jeff Eiszler

Jeff Eiszler

Age 58, of Bridgeville, on May 7, 2017. Beloved husband of Alice (Serniak) Eiszler; loving brother of Charles (Sue) Eiszler, Thomas (Grace) Eiszler, Stephen Eiszler, Jeannette (Alfred) Ruf, Richard (Theresa) Eiszler, James (Natalie) Eiszler and John Eiszler; also many nieces and nephews. Jeff was a graduate of Robert Morris University and worked as a tax agent for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Friends received Thursday, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., in the WARCHOL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3060 Washington Pike, Bridgeville (412-221-3333). Parastas service Thursday at 7:30 p.m. A funeral service will be held Friday, 10 a.m., at Bethany Presbyterian Church, Bridgeville. Memorial contributions may be made to the Washington Area Humane Society. View and add condolences at:


Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on May 10, 2017

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05/16/17 07:58 AM #1    

Jim Eiszler

Dear Brother,

Born with a congenital heart defect, doctors only option to save him was actually give him a second defect so that his blood could get oxygen rich blood from his lungs to his heart.

Amazingly you never wanted to be viewed as disadvantaged, took gym class with everyone else, despite the hand you were dealt. You never looked for sympathy but was always first to show compassion for those in need.

You will be truly missed by those whose lives you have touched. Hoping I could be 1/2 the person you were.

RIP my brother, until we meet again.



05/17/17 11:00 AM #2    

Bill Ogorodny

     Jeff was my friend for over 40 years.  Many people would think that the toughest person is the athelete who plays through an injury.  Jeff played through strokes, heart procedures and many other terrible things.  My vote would go for Jeff as one of the toughest people I have known. 

    Jeff continued to work at his job as a tax examiner through all of the physical issues he had to go through.  He took buses to his audits because he could no longer drive.

     I think that I am a better person having known Jeff.  It is too bad many of our classmates did not get to know him.  I think that he lacked self confidence to seek out people for friendship.

    Rest in peace my dear friend.

Bill Ogorodny

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