Frank J. Molnar, 92 of 521 Wampum Ave., Ellwood City died at the Mary Evans Unit of the Ellwood City Hospital on November 29, 2012 at 1:40 AM. Born in Cassandra, PA on September 29, 1920 Frank was the son of the late Joseph and Mary Bartha Molnar. He was preceded in death by his wife the former Goldie Boy who passed away on November 3, 1991. They were married on June 8, 1946. Frank retired from the Ellwood Works of US Steel where he worked as a boiler maker. He was a Jehovah Witness and member of Kingdom Hall in Ellwood City where he was an elder. He was a veteran of the US Army Air Corp serving in India, Burma and China during World War II. Frank is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Leslie and Jeanne Molnar of Center Valley, PA, two grandsons and their wives, Jeremy and Megan Molnar of Conifer, CO and Jesse and Tania Molnar of Bailey, CO., three great grandchildren, Sawyer, Navada and Colt Molnar. Besides his parents and wife Frank was preceded in death by a grandson, Joshua Molnar, two brothers, Steve and Joseph Molnar and three sisters, one in infancy, Helen Toth and Mary Tilson. Private burial was in Locust Grove Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory.
Aaron and Kylie Couch
We just wanted to send our love and sympathy to your family. Brother Molnar was a very loving brother and will be greatly missed in our congregation. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.
Geri & Tom Schafer
Dear Leslie and Jeanne & family,
It is with sadness to hear the news of "Uncle Frank's" passing. Please know that we send our deepest sympathy. I remember so well my happy visits to your home in Ellwood City when I was a young child. Uncle Frank was such fun, as your mother and you as a little guy. How time has flown. You are all in our prayers. God bless.
Leslie and Jeanne, I offer my sincerest condolences.
Uncle Frank's smile lighted every room he occupied. His sense of humor whether at work, play or while he preached was unmatched. He gave his nieces and nephews fun memories not to be forgotten. I am thankful for his presence in my life.
Mariann (Wiey) Magee
Les and Jeannie, It has been many many years since I've seen you and your family. Your dad was a very special person... He always made everyone laugh. Your parents were married the same day as I was. We had a special dance for them at our reception. What a wonderful hope we have that very soon now the next voice he will hear will be Jesus telling him to wake up. Hope we all can hold on tight to Gods right hand and welcome our dear Frank back as well as all the older friends that we all have lost. My thoughts are with you all at this time.
Bill and Sheila
Our heartfelt sympathy to Les, Jenne and family. Uncle Frank was a kind and loving uncle with a great sence of humer. He leaves us with many wonderful memories. Having all the family up every week for home made pizza while he sat at the end of the table with his biggggg salad bowl telling all of us kids how he was batman. Many of his stories I still use on my kids and grandson the stories will go on for ever from generation to generation. Thanks Uncle Frank for making such great times and memories that will be with us for ever. Uncle Frank will be missed by all of us.
Leslie, Jeanne, and family:
I was so sorry to read about the death of Frank. May all of you be blessed with confort during this trying time in your life.
I have not seen Leslie for many years but I still think of you and Jeanne. Bless you all.
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