Funeral services for 84 year old William Francis Molnar, of 21 Furnace Street in Norfolk, will be held Wednesday at 10AM at the Church of the Visitation in Norfolk with Rev. Andrew Amyot, pastor officiating.Burial will be in Visitation Cemetery in Norfolk. Friends may call at the Buck Funeral Home in Norfolk Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9. Mr. Molnar died Friday at the Highland Nursing home in Massena.
Surviving: Wife- Pearl Molnar; Highland Nursing Home, Massena
Sons- Gary Molnar;Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Eric & Joanne Molnar; Norfolk
Daughters- Mrs. Robert Donna Ceurvorst; Lisle, Illinois
Mrs. Randy Ann Leiptz;Elgin,Illinois
Mrs. Sheridan Lisa Lam; Naperville, Illinois
8 Grandchildren; 2 Great Grandchildren
Brothers-John Molnar; Williamstown,NY; Peter Molnar; Norfolk;George & Iva Jean Molnar; Norfolk; Augustus & Dorothy Molnar, Ohio.
Pre-Deceased by a Grandaughter ,Racheal Ceurvost, Brothers Steven,Andy, and Joseph Molnar and by Sisters Emma Papp and Mary Bregg.
Born in Norfolk on December 6, 1923, son of John & Mogdola Stutz Molnar; he married Pearl Papp on October 24, 1950. He was a Masonary Foreman for Alcoa in Massena for 43 years retiring in 1985.
He was a member of the Seaway Valley Right to Life and a comminicant of the Church of the Visitation.He was a Army WW II Veteran where he served in the 17th. Airborne Division in the Battle of the Buldge.
Donations may be made to Seaway Valley Right to Life or Alzheimers Association Central NY Chapter; 441 West Kirkpaatrick Street; Syracuse,NY 13204. Online condolences can be made at www.buckfuneralhome.com.
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Buck Funeral Home