Ron Russitano Obituary – Death: Phantom Of The Attic Greentree PA shop owner died after heart attack
Ron Russitano, the owner of Phantom Of The Attic in Greentree, PA, has sadly passed away. He suffered a heart attack in his shop, Phantom Of The Attic Greentree PA, and passed away on Wednesday. Ron was a beloved community leader, cherished by many who had the privilege of knowing him before his untimely death. His family has not disclosed the exact cause of his death and is still in shock over their loss.
Phantom Of The Attic Greentree is a comic book store located in Green Tree, Pennsylvania, owned by Ron Russitano. The store has been serving the Oakland district of Pittsburgh, providing comic books and gaming supplies for over 30 years. The store also shared the name “Phantom of the Attic” with another shop in Oakland, and Ron and the other owner shared a bond as fellow comic shop owners.
In addition to his role as a comic shop owner, Ron Russitano served as the Deputy Commissioner of the State Athletic Commission under the leadership of Greg Sirb. He played a significant role in the commission and was highly respected by his colleagues. Ron had a strong connection with the wrestling community and formed close friendships with wrestling legends such as Bruno Sammartino and Dominic DeNucci. He often worked at World Wrestling Federation (now WWE) events in Pittsburgh.
A GoFundMe page has been set up by Megan Schmidt to support Ron Russitano’s family following his tragic passing. Ron collapsed in his shop and went into cardiac arrest, and despite efforts to revive him, he could not recover. Contributions to the GoFundMe campaign will go towards covering the medical expenses incurred during his emergency room treatment and hospital stay.