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Henry C. "Tim" Flood, Jr.

May 5, 2022


Henry C. “Tim” Flood Jr., age 94, a lifelong Pittsburgh resident, died Thursday, May 5, 2022, at home in Shadyside.  He was born February 8, 1928, at the family home on Sheridan Avenue in Highland Park. He was the son of the late Henry C. Sr., a beloved Pittsburgh pediatrician, and the late Jean McFarlane, a descent of John Alden. He survived his sisters, Marjorie Anne Flood, Louise Flood Egan Steele, and his brother, Howard Eaton Flood.  At age 17, Tim left Princeton University to join the Marines. He trained at Parris Island and was then sent to Tientsin, China, where he served with the legendary “China Marines.”  He returned to Princeton in 1946 on the GI Bill. Tim held degrees from Princeton and The University of Pittsburgh Law School. For over 44 years he was an officer in the trust divisions of Fidelity Trust Co., Pittsburgh National Bank, and PNC. During his long career he served on the boards of many charities and foundations, including Lydia’s Place, The Pittsburgh Zoo, Allegheny Cemetery, and The Ellis School. Tim was a member of Calvary Episcopal Church his entire life and served on its vestry. Tim’s greatest love was his family. He is survived by his devoted children, Megan Flood Curran (Jim) of Washington, D.C., and Peter Alden Flood (Carissa) of Pittsburgh; his grandson, Finn Alden Curran; his sister-in-law, Diane Nelson Flood of Manasquan, NJ; his nephews Howard E. Flood (Nubis), Charles Egan, and Sandy Egan; his nieces Lynda F. O’Grady (Michael), Farley Green (Tom), Susan Blinn (Jim), and Molly Taylor (Mike). A gentle, vibrant soul through and through, Tim is remembered for his humility, wit, the twinkle in his eye, his incredible adventures, and his love of Pittsburgh, Highland Park, Eatons’ Ranch, Van Buren Point, rugby, skiing, and dogs. A memorial service will be held at Calvary Episcopal Church, Shady Avenue and Walnut Street, Pittsburgh, Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m. The family will receive immediately after the service.  Memorial contributions may be sent to Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh, humaneanimalrescue.org, or East End Cooperative Ministry of Pittsburgh, eecm.org/give. Arrangements by John A. Freyvogel Sons, Inc. (freyvogelfuneralhome.com)

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Memorial Service
June 4, 2022

11:00 PM
Calvary Episcopal Church (Shady Avenue, Walnut Street, Pittsburgh)

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