Louis A Molinari  December 27 1928  July 24 2019 (age 90)

Louis A Molinari December 27 1928 July 24 2019 (age 90)

December 27 1928 July 24 2019 (age 90)
Molinari Louis Anthony On Wednesday July 24, 2019 at Westmoreland Regional Hospital; age 90; born December 27, 1928 in Glassport, he was the son of the late Louis and Louise Scapillati Molinari of McKeesport. Lou worked as an electrician for U.S. Steel for 46 years and retired from the Irvin Works Steel Mill in West Mifflin. He is preceded in death by his wife Connie Scarnati Molinari, Brother Dominic and Sister Margaret. He is survived by sister Violet, Brother John , five children Mary Ann Sforza (Anthony) of Fla, Catherine Johnston (Steve) of Ohio, Bernadette Johnson (Cecil) Greensburg, Deborah Molinari McKeesport and Raymond Molinari of West Deer. He also survived by three grandchildren Maria Goodis (Joshua) FL, Andy Johnson (Rachelle) Pgh and Glenn Johnson of Greensburg, Two great grandchildren David and Eden. Friends received at the Bagnato Funeral home, Jefferson St., Carnegie Friday 2-4 6-8 PM. A committal service will be held at St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, North Versailles at 11 AM. EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT THE CEMETERY

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Louis A Molinari December 27 1928 July 24 2019 (age 90).

Bagnato Funeral Home Inc

Death notice for the town of: Carnegie, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Louis A Molinari December 27 1928 July 24 2019 (age 90)

obituary notice Louis A Molinari December 27 1928 July 24 2019 (age 90)

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