Andrew M Molnar, Sr.


Andrew "Andy" M. Molnar, Sr., 76, of Conneautville passed away Saturday February 9, 2019 at UPMC Hamot. He was born July 31, 1942 in Cleveland, OH to the late Paul and Helen (Yanco) Molnar. He married Louise Bish in 1966. She survives.
Andy was a member of the Hickernell United Methodist Church where he loved to sing in the choir. He was a "Jack of all Trades". He held a journeyman's card in meat cutting, he bartended for his parents and worked in General Construction. Andy also owned and operated Molnar's Tire Service. He was a CNC operator and when he wasn't working he loved to go swimming, picnicking and riding ATV's with his kids and grandkids. He also loved his fishing trips to Canada with his good friend Jim Phelps. He was known for his awesome sense of humor and would give you his last dollar if you needed it. Andy ended his legendary career as a people greeter at Walmart doing what he did best, talking and making people smile. His larger than life personality will never be forgotten.
In addition to his wife Louise, Andy is survived by four children: Kathy (Jeff) Kean, Michelle (Philip) Banks, Rebecca (Jeremey) Lambert, Andrew M. Molnar, Jr. and Andrew S. Collins who Andy has always considered a son, nine grandchildren: Jeff, Jenny, Skip, Johnny, Christopher, Brandon, Kyler, Summer, and Andrew R., six great-grandchildren, a brother George (Linda); a sister Rita (Jerry) Cosner, several nieces and nephews and his beloved dog Penny.
He is preceded in death by parents and a brother Paul and a sister Helen.
There will be a memorial service for Andrew to be announced at a later date.
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Published on February 11, 2019
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