Chad A. Treber

  • Born: March 10, 1967
  • Died: June 17, 2020
  • Location: Pennsylvania

Saloom-Rega Funeral Service

730 W Main St
Mount Pleasant, PA 15666
Tel. (724) 547-2122

Tribute & Message From The Family

Chad A. Treber, 53 of Jeannette, passed away Wednesday June 17, 2020 at his home. Chad was born March 10, 1967 in Greensburg the son of the late Jack and Edith Antonette Treber. Chad was a 1985 graduate of Mt. Pleasant Area High School and was formerly employed by the Westmoreland County Sheriff's Department, retiring after 27 years with the rank of Captain. He was an avid Pittsburgh sports fan, his favorite Steeler player being Jack Lambert. Chad also played and coached in the local Mt. Pleasant Midget Football League. Surviving are his son, Jacob Treber, daughter Emma Treber, and his life partner Cynthia Arcuri. Chad is also survived by his special cousins Jack and Louise Timmons and, aunt and uncle, John and Judy Doncaster. In addition to his parents, Chad was preceded in death by grandparents John and Ellener Treber, Tony and Emma Antonette, and aunts and uncles, Elmina Antonette, Robert Antonette, Valeri "Goo" and Freida "Freddie" Antonette. Visitation for family and friends will be held from 2 to 8PM Monday, June 22, 2020 at SALOOM-REGA FUNERAL SERVICE 730 W. Main Street Mt. Pleasant. Chad's funeral mass will be held at 10AM Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at St . Pius X Catholic Church, Mt. Pleasant with Rev. Richard J. Kosisko officiating (Everyone please meet at the church). Interment will follow in the St. Pius X Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Chad may be made to the American Heart Association 444 Liberty avenue Suite #1300 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 or the American Diabetes Association PO Box 15829 Arlington, VA 22215. Please visit Chad's online memorial at to sign the condolence guestbook. Richard Rega, funeral director

Richard Rega Saloom-Rega Funeral Service 730 W. Main Street Mount Pleasant, PA 15666 724-547-2122 fax: 724-547-5199


Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear about Chad's death- He was the epitome of dedication and service, to the Courts and the people of Westmoreland County- May he Rest in Peace and with the assurance that his many efforts were greatly appreciated by me and my staff- You will be missed-

Posted by Hon. Richard McCormick Jr. - Coworker   June 22, 2020

You know, it has been over 20 years that we worked side by side. But after not seeing you since, we met up at the reunion luncheon and you touched me. The last words you said to me were "I Love You Brother".

I Love You Too--God Bless

Posted by Gino Ferrari - Coworker   June 22, 2020

Gone way to early my friend... R.I.P.

Posted by Mike Yawitz - Coworker   June 22, 2020

Deepest sympathy to all his family and loved ones. He was a "gentle giant of a man." I knew Chad from his work in the Sheriff's Office. He was always so very attentive to any requests or concerns. Thank you for your many years of service and loyalty.
May God bless you and may you rest in peace.

Posted by Denise DeNunzio - Coworker   June 22, 2020

Rest in Peace friend, your battle is over. I wish we had a chance to have one more pizza night together with the rest of the guys. My sympathies to the entire family. God Bless You.

Posted by Randy Sivak - Mt. Pleasant, PA - Friend   June 22, 2020

RIP Big Dog

Posted by Greg and Hap Melego - Mount Pleasant, PA - Friend   June 21, 2020

RIP my dear friend Chad. I will miss you, your were a true friend, always ready to lend a helping hand. My deepest sympathy to Jacob and Emma, and to Cindy.
What good times and memories from the Sheriff's office and Dickenson Law School. Your mom and Aunt thought I was going to babysit you. God bless.

Posted by Patti Colaianni - Lower Burrell, PA - Coworker   June 20, 2020

Are deepest sympathy to all the Family. Chad was a great Guy, always with a smile on his face. Jake , you are in our thoughts and prayers. Paul and Susan Mears & Family

Posted by Susan Mears - Friend   June 19, 2020

So many great memories! Such a great guy! One of my favorites, Chad, Bobby, Vince, and Keith in the Barracuda cruising MP. So cool, always!! Another, does anyone remember Steve Zelenske's parody of Queen's epic song, "Chad walks wearily done the street, with his pants pulled way down low." Chad should have had a copyright on that one. The teens of the 90's and early 2000's have no idea who TRULY started that trend. Years ago, I asked him advice on a personal matter I was angered about concerning just plain decency. His response, "You have to look at the quality of people were talking about here Shelly." Ha, he really needn't say more, we both just smiled and nodded. Showing his professionalism, there was my answer. I will so miss him. Just always counted on him being around. My condolences to all he loved and to those who loved him. I will say a special prayer for my special friend.

Posted by Shelly Case-Rimel - Mount Pleasant, PA - Friend   June 19, 2020

My deepest sympathies. I knew him from his good work with the sheriff's. My prayers to his family ❤

Posted by Denice DiPerna - Ruffsdale, PA   June 19, 2020

So sorry to hear of Chad's passing. He was always great to work with and a great guy! He was always there for me when I needed his help. Our condolences to Cindy and the rest of his family.

Posted by Dean Zimmerman - Cocoa, FL - Friend   June 19, 2020

Chad was a great guy and always showed respect and genuine care and love for everyone he came in contact with.

Posted by Marshall Woodley - Pawleys island, SC - Classmate   June 18, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to Chad's family.

Posted by Ron and Nancy Sebek - Mount Pleasant, PA - Friend   June 18, 2020

R.I.P Chad Treber you will be missed. Our prayers are with the family.

-The Grant Family

Posted by Mike Grant - Mount Pleasant, PA - Friend   June 18, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the family. Chad was a good friend as was the whole Antonette family.

Posted by Pete Cavezza - Garland, TX - Family Friend   June 18, 2020

So sorry for your loss Chad was a great person he will be greatly missed

Posted by Kendra ( Bourke) Kelley - Greensburg, PA - Classmate   June 18, 2020

You always looked out for your fellow Deputies. We will never forget .
Thank you for your service.
Rest easy Brother.

Posted by Ilarion Shuga - Greensburg, PA   June 18, 2020

I could not have had a better friend. Thank you for always being there and I always enjoyed spending time with you. We met in grade school and remained friends after all these years. Chad always treated his friends as family and I remember he introduced me as good people . It was truly a special friendship. My thought and prayers are with his family and fiancé.

Posted by Mark Wagner - Mckeesport, PA - Friend   June 18, 2020