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In Memory of

Linda Grace Dobler

November 22, 1947 - January 7, 2018

Obituary


age 70, of Ross Township, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Passavant Hospital. Linda was the wife of the late Dr. Lee C. Dobler. She is survived by three daughters: Lisa Manheimer Shufeldt and her husband Rudy of Elysburg, PA, Stacy Manheimer Altmyer and her husband Brian of Hampton Township and Kari Manheimer Miller and her husband Spencer of Sewickley. Mrs. Dobler was the proud Grams of Emily, Lindsay and her husband Dylan, Tricia, Mark, Erick, Hudson and Nathan. Also surviving are two siblings, Bob Koerbel and his wife Deb of Shippenville,...

age 70, of Ross Township, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Passavant Hospital. Linda was the wife of the late Dr. Lee C. Dobler. She is survived by three daughters: Lisa Manheimer Shufeldt and her husband Rudy of Elysburg, PA, Stacy Manheimer Altmyer and her husband Brian of Hampton Township and Kari Manheimer Miller and her husband Spencer of Sewickley. Mrs. Dobler was the proud Grams of Emily, Lindsay and her husband Dylan, Tricia, Mark, Erick, Hudson and Nathan. Also surviving are two siblings, Bob Koerbel and his wife Deb of Shippenville, PA and Marcy Rastetter of Cranberry Township. She was the aunt to Stephanie and her husband Matt, Chris, Valerie, Luke and great-aunt to Ken and his wife Ashley, Megan, Silas, Joe and Riley. She holds a very treasured title as the "Fairy God Mother" to Valerie Rastetter. Friends will be received on Thursday from 2 until 8 pm at the Orion C. Pinkerton Funeral Home, Inc., 1014 California Ave., Avalon, (412-766-5600). Private family entombment will take place at Allegheny Cemetery in Lawrenceville at a later date. Linda worked for many years as an office assistant at Northern Area Family Medical Association for Dr. Dobler and Dr. Potter. She was not only an avid Steeler Fan and always true to the Black and Gold, but also had a hobby of collecting many different forms of pig and piglet knick knacks and tokens, that were her unique trademark. In lieu of flowers, family suggests memorial donations to the American Diabetes Association. On-line condolences may be offered at www.pinkertonfiuneralhome.net.