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Harry E. Nordquist

April 02, 1931 - March 09, 2023


Obituary For Harry E. Nordquist

Age 91, on Thursday, March 9, 2023 of Baldwin.

Beloved husband of 64 years to Marilyn (Bahde); father of Cheryl (Joe) Cappurccini; grandfather of Timothy and Annemarie Cappurccini; son of the late Walter and Thelma Nordquist. Harry was retired from US Steel where he worked many years as a computer programmer. He was an avid bowler and will be missed by many friends from Princess Lanes. Friends will be received at the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood 15227 on Sunday, March 12, 2023 from 2-5 p.m. Funeral service will be held in the funeral home Chapel on Monday at 10:00 a.m. If desired, family suggests contributions to Lutheran Hour Ministries at www.give.lhm.org.

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  • 03/11/2023

    The members of the South Hills Steelers bowling league send our condolences to Harry's family. He was a longtime member who was very competitive even in his later years. Every Tuesday night you could find Harry interacting with league members whether they were young or old. He always had his eye on the scoreboard so he knew exactly how many pins his team needed to win. Harry will be missed. South Hills Steelers Bowling League

  • 03/11/2023

    My condolences to Harry's family and friends. Harry was one of the dynamic duo of authors of the SES (Single Entry System) that processed all of USSteel/USX's orders. His partner in coding infamy was Saul Betters. Their intellect and sense of humor were only eclipsed by the volume of code that they wrote. They were the brain trust of USSteel. How do I know this?...I sat in front of Harry and Saul as a young college graduate in 1978, part of a very diverse class of new hires that signaled a new approach in big steel's culture. They shared funny stories and joyful banter...it was a joy to be in their company. Susan Thaner Lammie