Former Judge From Lower Burrell, David Regoli Death Cause; Dead at 56, Obituary News

David Regoli Death – Lawyer, former Westmoreland County Common Pleas Court judge who served on the Lower Burrell City Council for 16 years has passed away. David A. Regoli died at the age 56, on Thursday, December 9, 2021 due to complications from a routine cardiac procedure.

David A. Regoli served on The City of Lower Burrell’s Council for 16 years, from 1998-2014. “He cared about the city in which he was raising his family, he cared about our residents and he cared about all of the city employees that worked under his reign on city council,” the organisation wrote.

He is remembered as an ‘exemplary father, husband, brother and son’. He was a zealous and intellectual advocate.

He served many public roles through the years as a member of council, as solicitor for many communities, and his proudest accomplishment, as a Judge for Westmoreland County.

“Today we lost a Giant and Heaven gained an Angel – The Honorable David A. Regoli,” Joey L. Costa shared via Facebook. “Dave Regoli was a brilliant attorney, honest, genuine, hardworking and loyal man. One of a kind. He called me little brother and he will forever be my big brother and mentor.”

Judge Chris Scherer, who has called Regoli a friend since the two were in elementary school, said Regoli just wanted to do everything he could for everyone he met — “friends, family, clients, the courts and people he just met.”

“He was something special,” Scherer said. “His legacy is huge.”

Regoli learned the good, the bad and the ugly about politics tagging along with his father on the campaign trail as a teenager.

The Regolis are Democrats, and they have been engaged in some tough political battles over the years.

David Regoli’s wife of 30 years, Anna Marie Ianuzzi Regoli, said she’s grateful for the support flowing to her family. In a post published shortly after his death, she vowed to advance his legacy with their children, Isabella, a freshman at Penn State, and Antonio, who just finished his first semester of law school.

“We will make you proud. We will be okay. …We won’t let you down,” she wrote on social media, bidding farewell to “the best husband, father, son and friend.”

Regarding his Obituary and Funeral arrangements, the family was still finalizing arrangements Friday with Giunta-Bertucci Funeral Home Inc. in Arnold.

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