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Donald Camut

November 2, 1936 ~ February 21, 2022 (age 85)

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Obituary

Donald Camut, 85, of Johnstown, was reunited with the love of his life on February 21, 2022. Born on November 2, 1936 in Johnstown, son of Samuel and Mary (Pentz) Camut.

Preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Jacqueline (D'Ettorre) who died on January 29, 2022, brother Joseph Camut (Judy), and sister Josephine Kasuba.

Survived by loving children Gina Morgenweck, and Vince Camut (Marnie), adored grandsons Nick Morgenweck and Charlie Camut, brothers Charlie Camut and Ross Camut (Marie), sister Frances, as well as numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Don was a US Army Veteran, having been stationed in Germany. After serving in the Army, he worked for the US Postal Service as a letter carrier for many years, culminating with his retirement in 1996. He then became a courier for First Commonwealth Bank. Don enjoyed fishing in his younger years and loved all Pittsburgh sport teams. He and his wife spent their twilight years taking weekend trips to various casinos and when that no longer became possible, he loved to scratch off tickets. He was also a long-time member of St. Clement Catholic Church. Don had the sweetest, gentlest soul, and never spoke an unkind word about anyone.

Friends and family are invited to Celebrate the Lives of Jackie and Donald on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Frank Duca Funeral Home, Westmont Chapel, 1622 Menoher Blvd. Johnstown PA 15905. Entombment, Richland Mausoleum.

Condolences and other information can be found at www.ducafuneralhome.com.

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Services

Celebration of Life
Saturday
February 26, 2022

11:00 AM
Duca Funeral Home - Westmont Chapel
1622 Menoher Blvd.
Johnstown, PA 15905

Entombment

Richland Mausoleum
1257 Scalp Ave
Johnstown, PA 15904

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