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Sunday November 1st, 2015
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Jay Legros


Jay Legros, 65, of Roscoe, lost his courageous battle on , February 22, 2020. Jay died peacefully surrounded by his loved ones. He was born November 6, 1954, in Charleroi. He was the son of Gizel (Kokoska) Legros of Stockdale and the late John (J.B.) Legros.

Jay graduated from Belle Vernon Area High School in 1972, and worked at Universal Stainless and Alloy in Bridgeville until the time of his illness. He was an avid fisherman and hunter as well as an avid Pittsburgh Steeler & Penguin hockey fan. He enjoyed spending many hours boating on the Monongahela River, and loved time spent with the Wounded Warriors on their annual fishing on the Mon and spending time with family and friends. Jay was known for his love, kindness, generosity, and gentle spirit. A loving son, father, brother, uncle, great-uncle and friend, Jay will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.

Besides his mother, Jay is also survived by; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Yvonne and Bill Waller of Roscoe; and Diane and Dennis Koneffko of Stockdale; 4 children: Jayson & Desarae Legros of Belle Vernon; Ian Legros of Newport, Rhode Island; Franchesca  Legros of Uniontown; Tyler Legros of E Millsboro; and 2 step-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews, and a special friend, Kris Weeks, of Elizabeth; Jay was preceded in death by his twin brother, John Legros & his father, JB Legros.


Per Jay’s wishes, no public funeral services will be held. Please show kindness to a stranger in Jay’s memory.




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Jay was a tall man with a big heart I'll miss you buddy

Dennis Mathews Feb 24 2020 12:00 AM

My deepest sympathy to Jay's Family, especially Zella, Diane, and Yvonne, with whom I fondly remember sharing my early childhood. Those were much simpler times, but they were really special to me and my family. I happened to reconnect with Jay during a visit to USAP. more than twenty years ago. His warm heart and friendliness was certainly appreciated by his coworkers at the plant. God's Blessings to all of you! Chuck Zubritsky and family

Chuck Zubritsky Feb 24 2020 12:00 AM