Published in Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette on August 23, 2010
Age 84, of Harwick, passed away Sunday, August 22, 2010 at UPMC St. Margaret's
He was born October 18,1925 in New Kensington and has been a lifelong
resident of this area. During WWII, Art served in the U.S. Navy aboard
the USS Rodman as a radio operator.
He played professional baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies Farm team
in 1953-54 then know as the Philadelphia Athletics. He was a member of
the Pgh. Carpenters Union, worked as a Harwick Coal Miner and had attended
the University of Pgh.
He was an Allegheny County Detective for 8 years and served as District
Magistrate for 22 years in the Springdale area before retiring in 1993.
Art enjoyed playing golf, bowling, hunting, fishing and spending time
at his camp in Ridgeway and the last few years watching his relative Jim
Furyk play on the PGA Tour. He especially enjoyed spending time with his
kids, grand-kids and great-grand kids, also spending time on his back
porch enjoying the view, the neighbors and visiting with his caregivers
who were more like family. He loved to have visitors and especially when
the children came to visit him.
Survivors are: 2 Daughters, Cynthia (Clifford) Medred of Ford City, Sandy
Sabulsky (Tony Clark) of Cheswick, Son, William Sabulsky of Harwick; Grandchildren,
Tracy (Ken) Mannka of NY, Amanda (John) Lentz of Trafford, Clint Medred
of Ford City; Great-grandchildren, Morgan, Madison, Mya, Maddox Mannka.
Preceded by wife Edith Bott Sabulsky, son David Arthur Sabulsky and a
Friends will be received Tuesday 1-4 & 6-9 p.m. in CHESWICK at the
CHARLES B. JARVIE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1607 Pittsburgh St., where Services
will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. with Burial to follow at Deer Creek
Cemetery, Harmar Twp.
Visit us at: www.jarviefuneralhome.com
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