T H E P I T T S B U R G H F O U N D AT I O N 1 8 F O R U M Not everyone is fortunate enough to spend a career working at something they love, far fewer completely transform an entire field of study, and fewer still dedicate the wealth they’ve gained from these pursuits to benefit future generations. Pittsburgh Foundation donor Dr. Robert L. Feller passed across all these thresholds. LABOR LOVE A world-renowned art conservator and highly accomplished artist, Dr. Feller, who died in August at 98, invented new methods and chemical processes that revolutionized the field, and he wrote hundreds of pieces about preserving and restoring artworks. He was also a philanthropist who worked closely with The Pittsburgh Foundation over the last 20 years, establishing several planned gifts with the goal of funding organizations promoting early childhood literacy, protecting the riverfronts and other natural resources, and advancing the study of human aging. “Bob was surprised at the path that his life took,” said Stephen Paschall, an estate attorney who represented Dr. Feller in the last 15 years of his life. “There are very few people who,