Michael Anthony Dobrosky  October 14 1959  October 1 2018 (age 58)

Michael Anthony Dobrosky October 14 1959 October 1 2018 (age 58)

Michael Anthony Dobrosky, 58, of East Brady, passed away on Monday, October 1, 2018. at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born, Wednesday, October 14, 1959 in Apollo, PA, the son of the late Albert (Sr.) and Mary Ann Spelock Dobrosky. Before his retirement in 1987, he was a coal miner employed by the Keystone Mining Company in the Margaret Mine. He then became an electrical technician at the Sony Company. He enjoyed tinkering with computers and helping others. He is survived by a stepson, Alex Litron, of Latrobe, one sister, Linda A. Bopp and her husband, Richard, of Apollo, two brothers, Albert Dobrosky, Jr., of Saltsburg, and Mark T. Dobrosky and his wife, Brenda, of Slickville and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. At his request all funeral services are private. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Kelly L. Corridoni Funeral Home, LTD, 1916 Moore Avenue, North Apollo, PA 15673.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Michael Anthony Dobrosky October 14 1959 October 1 2018 (age 58).

Kelly L Corridoni Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Avonmore, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Michael Anthony Dobrosky October 14 1959 October 1 2018 (age 58)

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