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Gregory J. Molnar

            It is with a heavy heart that we announce the very sudden and unexpected 

loss of Gregory John Molnar on July 10, 2023, at the age of 51. The world lost a precious and genuine soul.

            Greg Molnar was born August 10, 1971 in Pittsburgh, PA, to Terry and Janice Molnar.

            Early years were spent in Glenshaw, PA and at his Grandpap's farm in Evans City, PA planting gardens and driving the tractor. As the middle brother, Greg always wanted to be with his siblings Jeff, Aimee, and Tim - playing sports at an early age to join in the fun. 

            A 1989 graduate from Shaler Area High School, Greg attended Pennsylvania State University in State College where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science. He was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and in his senior year, he met the love of his life, Agnes, on her birthday. 

            After college, Greg and Agnes moved to Philadelphia, PA and on October 21, 1995, the couple was wed at St. Adalbert Church. This celebration would be talked about through the years by Greg's family and friends as one of the most fun, memorable weddings ever attended.

            Greg and Agnes welcomed three children into the world: Gabrielle (Dec. 1997), Marc (Sept. 1999) and Kristina (Feb. 2008). The family moved to Green Lane, PA where Greg made lasting friendships and memories. Greg loved spending time with his family and friends and welcomed everyone to his home with open arms, a cold drink, and continuous laughter. 

            Greg enjoyed hanging out at the beach, coaching soccer, baseball and softball for his kids, golfing, rock and alternative music, board games, gardening, craft beer, The Phillies, going to Disney, quoting TV shows and movies, relaxing at his home in Bluffton, SC, and helping others and making them laugh. Greg was willing to try anything once and enjoyed an adventure.

            On his 30th birthday, he and his cousin jumped out of an airplane; he traveled to India, Germany and Japan for work; and celebrated his 50th birthday with Yea family in Pittsburgh. His love of life, fun disposition and affectionate smile made Greg welcome wherever he went. He even admitted to liking his daughter's cat, Herb, and referred to him as "His Best Buddy". 

            Greg's family was his pride and joy. It was one of the things he was most proud of in his life. 

            Greg is survived by his wife, Agnes Molnar; his children Gabrielle, Marc (Kathryn) and Kristina; his father Terry Molnar; siblings Jeff, Aimee (Bob) and Tim (Jessica); his father- and mother-in-law Lech and Mary Kowalski; sister-in-law Jolanda (Gary); his nephews and nieces, and many cousins. Greg is predeceased by his lovely mother, Janice Molnar, and uncle, John Maier. 

            Services were held on July 15 at St. Adalbert Church in Philadelphia, PA.






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