Age 95. Beloved husband of the late Genevieve (Dreveniak); father of Naomi and the late Miriam Yeskey; brother of the late Lois (Yeskey) Campbell, John, Lawrence, Gilbert, Robert and Agnes (Yeskey) Blaha. Paul was a Navy veteran serving in both WWII and the Korean War. His most significant duty assignment was Navy Radio Facilities in Yokosuka, Japan. Paul spent his entire career working for Allegheny Drop Forge Company on the North Side. He was Vice President and part owner of this steel forging company. He worked his way up after high schoolas an office clerk. Paul was a person of style and grace.His favorite fashion accessory was wearing argyle socks no matter the season. He will always be warmly rememberedfor his brightly colored slacks and plaid suit jackets! Paul had many friends and family who loved him dearly for his integrity, direct nature, and quirky sense of humor! He was instrumental in maintaining close relationships with his brothers, sister, nieces, nephews and cousins. He believed in the importance of family and was the "glue" that kept the Yeskey family close!! Paul was a long time supporter of the Tamburitzans during and after his daughter performed with them. As a retiree, Paul and his beautiful wife, Genny and brother, Larry would travel across many states to see the Tamburitzans perform. The groups members would announce "The Yeskeys are here!!" and this would warm thier hearts!!! Paul was a strong and loving person who will be dearly missed. In Lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School. 1617 Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA 16066, in honor of the Paul Yeskey Family Fund.
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School
1617 Route 228, Cranberry Township PA 16066