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"Everyone, independently, wanted to do something for Shawn," Mr. Cromie said then. "It's really indicative of how revered he is by Burberry Toddler Purse
Shawn J. O'Donnell of Cranberry was a popular social studies teacher at Keystone Oaks High School, where he also coached baseball and football and taught in the after hours alternative school.
They were named the "inspirational family" for the Cranberry CUP, an annual fundraiser for community projects, needy families and individuals with life threatening illnesses.
He then took a medical sabbatical, his wife said.
Also in attendance at the viewing was Mr. O'Donnell's former student Justin Fabus, who performed a benefit concert for the O'Donnell family with his country band in October, the same month a number of Keystone Oaks groups conducted fundraisers through "KO Fights Cancer." At the time, district spokesman Jim Cromie said the effort was funded because there was an overwhelming desire in the district to help Mr. O'Donnell.
Because he was unable to work after his diagnosis, his colleagues in the school district donated enough sick days for Mr. O'Donnell to collect his full pay for a year. Burberry Card Wallet
Even though his diagnosis of inoperable colon and liver cancer had kept him out of the classroom since May 2010, Devlin Funeral Home was filled with current and former Keystone Oaks students who came for his visitation this weekend.
His wife, Tina, said among those who attended the visitation was a current student who is arranging for Christmas presents to be provided to the O'Donnell family, Prada Sling Bags and a former student who credited Mr. O'Donnell with encouraging her to remain in school after she became pregnant.
Mr. O'Donnell was diagnosed with his illness in May 2010 and for much of the past 18 months endured chemotherapy treatments every other week to extend his life. But the treatments left him in a weakened condition. He took a break from the treatments for two months this summer and used that time to take his children fishing, to a Pirates game and on a vacation, Mrs. O'Donnell said.
The family, which includes four children ranging in age from 19 months to 11 years, has also been supported by the Cranberry community, where Mr. O'Donnell was well known as a volunteer coach for his children's soccer and baseball teams.
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native of West Mifflin, where he played football at the high school. He went on to play football for one year at California University of Pennsylvania and then transferred to Duquesne University, where he played football and baseball and earned a bachelor's degree in education. He started his career teaching in the Clairton School District before being hired in 1993 as a social studies teacher at Keystone Oaks.
"He really believed in kids. His big thing was he tried to keep kids in school," his wife said.
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In addition to his teaching career, Mr. O'Donnell was a driver's education instructor for Kennedy School of Driving before starting his own driver instruction business three years ago.
In addition to his wife, Mr. O'Donnell is survived by three sons, Nathan, Alex and Brayden, and a daughter, Mia; his parents, J. Patrick and Helen "Rene" O'Donnell of West Mifflin; two brothers, J. Patrick Jr. of Carnegie and Michael of Virginia; and a sister, Colleen Heinrich of Brookline.
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