John Mark Miletta

Born: Mon., Jan. 2, 1956
Died: Mon., Jun. 3, 2019

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John Mark Miletta of Sharon, passed away unexpectedly onMonday June  3rd, 2019 in his home. He was 63.

John was born January 2nd, 1956 to  Samuel L. andMary (DiMatteo) Miletta. He attended and graduated from Farrell Schools in 1975. John worked for Penn DOT for 38 years, until his retirement in 2013. He was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Church. Known as Tweet by his friends and the traffic that passed by him while he worked on the roads.

John was the oldest of 3 children, he is survived by his sisters, Marilee (Raymond) Wilmouth of Hermitage, PA and Renee Miletta of Sharon, PA. He is alsosurvived by two aunts, Ida Miletta of Sharon and Rosalynn DeCapua of Farrell,PA. He was preceded in death by his father Samuel Miletta, aunts,Josephine and Lena Miletta.

John will be buried next to his grandparents in St.  
Mary’s Cemetery Hermitage, PA.

Funeral services will be held privately.

Arrangements entrusted to the SHERMAN  
Funeral Home &Cremation Service 2201 Highland Rd. Hermitage, PA 16148.

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Janet Puhak
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
The Puhak and Piciacchio family send our heartfelt sympathies to the Miletta family. May John rest in peace, and may the family find peace in the days to come.

Laura Fleming
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
I am very saddened by the passing of my dear friend Tweet

Tweet was very kind and thoughtful and was always buying a gift from my business The Engraving Place for someone he was trying to bring a smile to. He has been a great friend to me and i will miss him

Brenda Branca
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
To the Miletta family you have my deepest sympathy.

Laurie Bowser
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
Charley & I we’re sorry to hear about John’s passing. We remember as a coworker of Charley’s at PENNDOT and a great guy. Our prayers are with your family during your time of grief. Charley & Laurie Bowser

Marlana Atallah
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
I am shocked and saddened to hear about the unexpected passing of Tweety bird. In 2012 our family moved to the corner of George street and Wengler and Tweety bird was the first person we met and ended up becoming part of our family. I can picture John now walking across the street with a big smile on his face and two dog treats in his hand. Everyday he always asked about every person, how we were doing and when genuinely cared about the answer we gave. Once we moved tweety bird was the only person that kept in touch with us from the neighborhood. I always knew when it was him here to visit us at our new house because I heard a motorcycle pull up to or someone beeping the horn. We sometimes would sit for hours and talk and he would hangout with our kids. I have the sweetest little rocking chair that he found for our daughter and a little Harley shirt that told us he wanted to get her before she was even born. Once she was born he was so excited and treated her like she was one of his grandkids. I could go on for hours about memories and stories I have of tweety bird but I just wanted who ever is reading this what a great person he was to our family. We love you and will miss you.

Marlana Atallah and family.

Cheryl & Russ Semchee
   Posted Sat June 08, 2019
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Tweet. I worked with him at PennDOT for a few years and from time to time my husband and I would meet him for dinner. He was such a kind soul always thinking of others. He will be sadly missed. RIP Tweet.

Scott Vanderslice
   Posted Tue June 11, 2019
John, you will be missed, ride on bro, to the Miletta family, I am so sorry for your loss. John was a good friend, thoughts and prayers go out to the family,

   Posted Thu June 13, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. Losing someone in death is one of the most devastating experiences one can face. Something that brings me comfort is found at John 5:28, 29, and Revelation 21:4. In these verses, it highlights that God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, and he will remove all causes for suffering, including death. May that beautiful hope bring comfort to your family during this difficult time.

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