Juan Andre Washington, 53, born July 25, 1967, in McKeesport, PA. The beloved son to the late Sheila Washington and John Fletcher, Jr. departed this life on October 29, 2020, at home in Duquesne, PA. He was preceded in death by his parents, his grandmother Alice Lee Washington whom he affectionately called Mom, brothers, Eddie Griffin and Antoine Fletcher.
Juan was a graduate of the McKeesport School District. Shortly after he obtained his associate degree in Business Education; he also obtained a barber license. We knew Juan had the entrepreneurial spirit at a young age Juan was employed by Century III Chevrolet at the age of 18 where he would wear a suit to work every day. He also was employed by Rent a Center as an Account Manager his latest employer was Hazelwood Drop-Off Center where he was a scale operator. With his entrepreneurial spirit, he was in the Real Estate Industry where he owned rental properties throughout the Pittsburgh area.
Juan was very intelligent, inquisitive, and blessed with an amazing business mind. He was always willing to share any advice or knowledge, especially if he knew you would learn and grow from it. He would give you that “wink” of agreement!
He was admired for his determination to accomplish his personal goals! Juan loved seeing others succeed and do well for themselves and their families.
Not only was he a mean card player, he also loved the challenge of a good game of chess. He was an avid reader and loved to research anything that would strengthen his business foundation and his mind.
Juan is survived by his daughter, Juanita Younger of Pittsburgh, PA; grandson, D'Juan Younger; two granddaughters, Lawre'elle Smith-Younger, Laris Smith-Younger; five sisters, Yawatta (Jeff) Sayles of North Versailles, LaWanda Fletcher-Gooden of McKeesport, Lucretia Fletcher of Augusta, GA, Stephanie Fletcher of McKeesport, Tracey Bryant of Detroit, MI; five brothers, John Fletcher, III of McKeesport, Raphael Cauthen of Cleveland, OH, Anthony Corbett of Monroeville, Keith Morrison of Penn Hills, Anthony Carrington of Braddock; uncle, Stephen Collins of North Versailles; great-uncle, Oscar Washington of Kearneysville, WVA; host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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