Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
Michael Molnar
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Obituary of Michael Molnar

Molnar,

Michael

Suddenly, on February 5, 2018 of Middletown, DE formerly of Berlin, NJ. Age 64 years. Beloved husband of Joan (nee Manna). Devoted father of Lisa Molnar and Kristen Molnar. Dear brother of Gary Molnar and Richard Molnar. Loving cousin of Jane Pinotti. Mike loved to read, was an avid golfer, and a huge Philadelphia Eagles Fan. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Saturday morning 9:00AM-11:00AM at the COSTANTINO FUNERAL HOME 231 W. WHITE HORSE PIKE BERLIN, NJ 08009. Funeral liturgy 11:00AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery Berlin, NJ. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Animal Adoption Center 501 N. Berlin Rd. Lindenwold, NJ 08021 would be appreciated. For additional information or to email lasting condolences;Costantinofh.com. 

 

 

Dad,

 

We have always known you as a great father, husband, and friend.

In the past few days, we have seen just how great your impact has been. We have heard from people who cherished your friendship, respected your character, and genuinely loved being around you. We are happy to gather together today and celebrate the times we shared.

All of the school work you helped us with, the family dogs you fed under the table, the dances you danced with mom, the advice, funny looks, and dad jokes
Will always be remembered.

You were there for all of our dance recitals, cheerleading competitions, and soccer games. When Lisa bought her first house, and when I decided to pursue a second degree you were supportive. You were there every time we needed you, and for all of our future events and memories, we know you will still be there.

You showed us what it means to work hard 

What generosity looks like, 

And how to take care of one another.

This will never be forgotten.

You taught us empathy and compassion by example and to always have more than enough food at parties. You taught us how to wash our cars, and gave us our first tool sets. You helped us realize the most important parts of life are the relationships you build.

Thank you everyone for being with us today.

If my dad were here, he would want us to take comfort in each other, to keep moving forward, to give Buddy an extra treat, to go to Disney World and eat at his favorite restaurants, to watch the Weather Channel in case of a hurricane or blizzard, to text mom when we get home, to laugh, to cry, and to believe in ourselves just as much as he did.

Our last memory of dad will always be celebrating the Eagles first Superbowl win. At the end of the game, he turned and gave us each a high-five with a grin from ear to ear. I remember thinking, I will remember this moment forever.

Dad, you will always live on through all of the wonderful and supportive people you surrounded yourself with. We will take care of each other, and strive to make you proud each day.

Love,

Your girls