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Henry J. Fix
December 2, 1937 ~ July 10, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Henry Fix, 85, of Bethel Park, passed on Monday, July 10th, 2023. He was the husband of Bernice Patla Fix. They recently celebrated the 63rd anniversary of their blind date at Mineral Beach. The date went well considering they would have been married 61 years this month.
He was the son of Harry P. and Elizabeth Fix, brother of Nancy Popcke and the late Donald and Gerard.
Henry was a graduate of St. Joseph’s Mount Oliver, Carnegie Tech and Pitt with degrees in engineering. He worked 38 years for Westinghouse, retiring in 1997.
He was the proud father of Henry (Brenda), John (Sarah), Jim (Adriane) and Jennifer Cooper (Christopher) and adoring grandfather of Brian (Bianca), Jamie, Katie, Libby, Calvin, Nick and the youngest addition, 10-month old Beatrice.
Henry is remembered for his dedication to St. Louise de Marillac Church, for which he was instrumental in its construction. He was a softball and baseball coach, avid gardener, and an intrepid traveler, visiting our National Parks and 30 countries.
Visitation Wednesday, 6-8pm and Thursday 2-4 and 6-8pm at David J. Henney Funeral Home, 6364 Library Rd. (Route 88), Library, PA. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30am at St. Louise de Marillac Church, 320 McMurray Rd., (Upper St. Clair), Pittsburgh, PA 15241, followed by entombment at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 2900 Washington Rd., Peters Twp. Donations may be made to St. Louise de Marillac Church of St. Catherine Laboure Parish in Upper St. Clair. The family wishes to thank the many friends and loving staff of Sunrise Senior Living in Upper St. Clair, where Henry resided for the last year.