All great businesses share a common trait - people make the difference. The caring associates at Tatalovich Funeral Home have been serving the community one family at a time. Below you will find bio’s on each our knowledgeable and dedicated staff. Please feel free to contact any of us, we’re always here to help.


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Wayne N. Tatalovich,Sr. Owner

Wayne N. Tatalovich Sr. established his business in 1968. He is a US Air Force Veteran and graduate of Riverside College - CA and Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science.

Wayne diligently worked to earn the trust of the community. His interpersonal skills and knowledge of funeral service helped him to attain his respectability. Wayne Sr. has been the Beaver County Coroner from 1988 to 2008. His role in the US Air crash of flight 427 is world-renowned.

Wayne Sr.'s focus has always been on community service, participating and serving on many boards and organizations in the county. He and his wife, the former Valerie McGreevy live in Center Township.

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Teri Tatalovich-Rossi Supervisor

Teri Tatalovich-Rossi has been in the family business for 32 years. A graduate of Quigley High School, she attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, she served as Vice President of her class. Teri currently served as Beaver County's first female coroner from 2008-2016.

Teri assists families at the time of their loss by personalizing each service. She coordinates all aspects of the funerals, from clergy and churches, to music selections and funeral luncheons. Her main goal is to treat people with the utmost respect by helping them through difficult times. Teri is married to Richard Rossi, and they reside in Center Township. As the primary motivator of the Tatalovich Team, she has earned the approval of her peers, clergy and the community she loves to serve.

 

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Wayne N. Tatalovich Jr.,F.D. Clinical & Post Funeral Expert

Wayne N. Tatalovich Jr., F.D., has been working in the family business for the past 22 years. A graduate of Aliquippa High School, Geneva College and the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, he was the recipient of the Anthony Musmano Award for clinical embalming. He served as a Beaver County Deputy Coroner and Autopsy Technician from 1994-2012. Wayne and his wife, the former Kelly Myers, have 4 children, Michael, Alexandria, Aris, and Abram. They reside in Center Township, Pennsylvania. Wayne's expertise lies in the clinical aspect of funeral service and post funeral follow up services.

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Richard Keber, F.D. Operations

Richard Keber F.D. has been a licensed Funeral Director working in all capacities of funeral service for 44 years in the Aliquippa area. Richard has been with the Tatalovich Funeral Home since 1996. He retired in 2015 from Tatalovich's, but continues to help families when needed. Over the years, he has earned the respect of those he has served. Richard and his wife Marcia, reside with their family in Center Township.

 

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Joe Nichol and Rob Ramanna Assistants

Our staff is complimented by our dedicated assistants, Joe Nichol and Rob Ramanna. Together, their main focus is making sure the families we serve, as well as their guests, have comfort in their time of need.

Wayne N. Tatalovich,Sr.

Owner
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Wayne N. Tatalovich Sr. established his business in 1968. He is a US Air Force Veteran and graduate of Riverside College - CA and Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science.

Wayne diligently worked to earn the trust of the community. His interpersonal skills and knowledge of funeral service helped him to attain his respectability. Wayne Sr. has been the Beaver County Coroner from 1988 to 2008. His role in the US Air crash of flight 427 is world-renowned.

Wayne Sr.'s focus has always been on community service, participating and serving on many boards and organizations in the county. He and his wife, the former Valerie McGreevy live in Center Township.

Teri Tatalovich-Rossi

Supervisor
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Teri Tatalovich-Rossi has been in the family business for 32 years. A graduate of Quigley High School, she attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, she served as Vice President of her class. Teri currently served as Beaver County's first female coroner from 2008-2016.

Teri assists families at the time of their loss by personalizing each service. She coordinates all aspects of the funerals, from clergy and churches, to music selections and funeral luncheons. Her main goal is to treat people with the utmost respect by helping them through difficult times. Teri is married to Richard Rossi, and they reside in Center Township. As the primary motivator of the Tatalovich Team, she has earned the approval of her peers, clergy and the community she loves to serve.

 

Wayne N. Tatalovich Jr.,F.D.

Clinical & Post Funeral Expert
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Wayne N. Tatalovich Jr., F.D., has been working in the family business for the past 22 years. A graduate of Aliquippa High School, Geneva College and the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, he was the recipient of the Anthony Musmano Award for clinical embalming. He served as a Beaver County Deputy Coroner and Autopsy Technician from 1994-2012. Wayne and his wife, the former Kelly Myers, have 4 children, Michael, Alexandria, Aris, and Abram. They reside in Center Township, Pennsylvania. Wayne's expertise lies in the clinical aspect of funeral service and post funeral follow up services.

Richard Keber, F.D.

Operations
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Richard Keber F.D. has been a licensed Funeral Director working in all capacities of funeral service for 44 years in the Aliquippa area. Richard has been with the Tatalovich Funeral Home since 1996. He retired in 2015 from Tatalovich's, but continues to help families when needed. Over the years, he has earned the respect of those he has served. Richard and his wife Marcia, reside with their family in Center Township.

 

Joe Nichol and Rob Ramanna

Assistants
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Our staff is complimented by our dedicated assistants, Joe Nichol and Rob Ramanna. Together, their main focus is making sure the families we serve, as well as their guests, have comfort in their time of need.