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Cordellia G. Salsi

Cordellia G. Salsi (Campbell)

Wednesday, April 2nd, 1930 - Monday, December 28th, 2020
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Cordellia G. (Campbell) Salsi, 90, of William Penn Senior Suites, formerly of Westmoreland City, died Monday December 28, 2020 in UPMC East, Monroeville. She was born April 2, 1930 in Irwin a daughter of the late John and Margaret (Wade) Campbell. She was a member of the St. Barbara Church, in Harrison City. Cordellia was a devoted mother and grandmother; she enjoyed playing bingo, card playing and knitting. She was a dedicated fan of the Steelers, Penguins and Pitt football. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband Othnell “Joe” Salsi; a son Rick Peterson; brother and sisters John Campbell, Betty Lou Baker and Janice Oliver. Surviving are a daughter Traci Bycura and her husband, Jim, of Pittsburgh; daughter-in-law Linda Peterson; five grandchildren Alexis (Mike) Ludwig, Ashley (Mike) Symonds, Nick (Kristin) Peterson, Samantha and Sara Bycura; seven great grandchildren Eva and AJ Ludwig, Ari and Cora Symonds, Genevieve, Greta and Will Peterson; one sister Sally Clark, of North Huntingdon; and several nieces and nephews. Due to the COVID pandemic all family services will be private. A public celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers please consider making a memorial donation to the VFW or any Veteran related charity. Entrusted with the arrangements is Ott Funeral Home Inc 805 Pennsylvania Avenue Irwin.
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Maria Pelucio

Posted at 10:22am
To Traci and her family,
We have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Cordy. The early days of sleep overs at my cousins - best breakfast eggs and toast, making jelly with Uncle Joe's grapes, helping my mom make dozens of cookies at Christmas. Later we always looked forward to seeing her in Pittsburgh to talk football, politics, and family history. We loved her visits to our NC home in the summers with the Bycura's and remember her on the boat and jet ski.
Aunt Cordy had incredible strength, spirit, and most of all a great sense of humor. She always made us feel loved and was our last connection to a time when all of our family was together.
Love, big hugs, and best of memories to all who loved her.
Maria, Rich, Bella, Elena, and Luca Jacoby

Cathryn Yackovich

Posted at 05:50pm
My deepest sympathy for the loss of Your loved one. Cordy was a dear friend to my mom , Mary Mondi , she too was a resident at Wm Penn . They ate their meals together, chatted and played cards every Tuesday. I had the pleasure of joining them often. Mom passed away Dec. 14th. I can’t help to think they will see each other in heaven. They were wonderful ladies!
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