Theresa Molnar Stiliha

By William S. Skovranko Memorial Home | Posted in: William S. Skovranko Memorial Home

Theresa Molnar Stiliha, 89, of Greenacres, Florida, passed on Tuesday October 3, 2017 at Arbor Oaks Assisted Living in Greenacres, Florida. She was lived most of her life in Duquesne, PA.. She was born in Turin, Hungary on March 26, 1928, the daughter of late James Molnar and Julia Molnar. She moved to the United States from Hungary via Ellis Island when she was 9 years old. She graduated from Taylor Allderdice  High School in Pittsburgh, PA. in 1946. She worked as a secretary, salesperson, and homemaker in the Pittsburgh area. She was a member of the former St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church in Duquesne, Pa. for many years. She was involved in many different organizations in her church and community.  She loved to bowl and was involved in several bowling leagues besides going to Delaware beaches in the summer. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Nick Stiliha; two daughters, Barbara Allsopp of Smyrna, Delaware, and Gerry Levin of West Palm Beach, Florida; her grandchildren, Ronni Caromano of Wilmington, Delaware, Brent Allsopp of Alexandria, VA, Kaci Rainey of Newark, Delaware, and Julie Levin of North Palm Beach, Florida; great grandchildren, Zoe, Rocky, and Lucy Rainey of Newark, Delaware; siblings, Mary Ann Burns of West Mifflin, Pa and several nieces and nephews.

Viewing will be 10:00AM-11:30AM on Wednesday October 11, 2017. Service will follow the viewing at 11:30AM in William S. Skovrankos Memorial  Home,  Richford and Commonwealth Ave., Duquesne, PA 15110. Entombment will be at Calvary Cemetery of the Catholic Cemeteries Association, 718 Hazelwood Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to St Elias Church in Munhall, PA or to breast cancer research. The family wished to extend a special thank you to Arbor Oaks Assisted Living in Greenacres, Florida.

Originally published October 07, 2017.

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