BROURMAN: Audrey Lea Brourman, December 1, 1937-December 13, 2012. Resident of Pittsburgh. After a courageous 8 year battle with cancer, Audrey passed away peacefully in her family’s home in Chicago with loved ones by her side. She was one of three children of Helen and Maurice Breier. Remembered dearly and forever by her sister, Marlene Brodsky, her beloved sons, Ronn Brourman (Pittsburgh), Jeff Brourman (Boise), Paul and Katie Brourman (Chicago), and her four grandchildren Brynn, Emily, Jamie and Zoe. Also remembered by her former spouse, Jacques Brourman and by dear nieces and nephews as well as Jeff’s fiancee Brooke Murdoch and her son, Miles. Audrey valued family beyond words and gave her grandchildren (their “Mia”) and loved ones the gift of her ever-giving heart. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Audrey studied classical piano at a young age and later attended the Aspen Music Institute. She was accomplished concert pianist and co-founded and operated the Sun Valley Music Camp for a decade. In 1990, Audrey started and led A.L. Brourman & Associates, a world-class fundraising firm for over 22 years helping regional and national nonprofit organizations flourish and per her wishes, the company will continue on in its mission and cause through her legacy. Notables include the Senator John Heinz History Center and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Audrey was named by the Governor as one of “PA’s Best 50 Women in Business” in 2008. Audrey’s love for music was evident in all she touched. Her rare combination of grace, warm presence and sweetness will be dearly missed by all. She is remembered by countless friends whose lives she touched and whose friendships meant so much. She was endlessly courageous in her battle, leaving all in awe of her resilience. Services were held at Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. Cemetery Interment Private. Per Audrey, the family requests all donations sent to any one of the following, The Canary Foundation for Cancer Research, 1501 S. California Ave, Ste 2500, Palo Alto, CA 94304 or the Sen. John Heinz History Center, 1212 Smallman St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 or the Sierra Club Moshannon Group (www.sierramsh.org). P.O. Box 513, State college, PA 16804.