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Fred “Corky” Donatelli to Serve as Rotary President

North Borough Rotary District 7300 has elected Fred Donatelli to serve as Club President in the upcoming Fall 2016 term. Fred has been a member of this Rotary Club for the past 30 years and recently help to re-establish the group’s Junior Rotarian program. He has served on the Board and in various leadership positions during his tenure with the organization. Fred is also an active supporter of RYLA, the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, having two children of his own participate in the week long program at LaRoche College. He is pictured here with outgoing President Greg Stansbury on the left.


Proudly Made in Pittsburgh

Fred Donatelli Cemetery Memorials is proud to be featured in a recent story in Pittsburgh magazine about local family-owned and operated businesses that have been around for generations still are thriving today. The story takes the reader behind the scenes of 10 companies that are carrying on their legacies close to home. “We are in good company,” says owner/operator Corky Donatelli. “All of the companies included in the article have been around for quite awhile, generations teaching generations. It demonstrates that small business ownership is alive and well in the Pittsburgh community.”


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Family Business Awards

The Fred Donatelli Family of Businesses was nominated and recognized in the small business category of the Pittsburgh Business Times Family Business Awards. The related article in the Pittsburgh Business Times newspaper that week featured Lauren Donatelli, daughter of Corky Donatelli and explained how she utilized the family business as a basis for two years of science projects while attending Vincentian Academy.

“All in all, we are excited to attend the luncheon and be part of the first ever small business recognition program at the Business Times. This type of local support is what keeps our awareness high and our business strong.”

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PIMS Partnership Fosters Student Learning

PIMSweblogo2Students from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science (PIMS) will be spending time every quarter on site at the Fred Donatelli Family of Companies. After opening comments from Fred R. Donatelli, pictured here, who also serves on the PIMS Board, the students will tour the facility and have the opportunity to ask questions and observe firsthand all elements of the memorialization process. Gene Ogrodnik, President and CEO of PIMS, makes the trip with each class. The visit is always valuable for the students, as it gives them the opportunity to observe “real” family issues, memorialization challenges and the latest technological advances in the industry.