Millard M Stolar

September 13, 1929October 18, 2019

Millard M. Stolar, age 90, of Leetsdale passed away on Friday October 18, 2019. Millard was born September 13, 1929, in Ambridge. He is survived by sisters Elizabeth Waslo and Martha Morrow, and brothers Myron Stolar and David Stolar, along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Millard was preceded in death by his parents Metro and Christine (Kmit) Stolar; and brothers in law William Waslo, John Morrow and sister in law Joanne Stolar.

Millard attended Leetsdale High School He was a member of the Ambridge Eagles and the VFW, and a member of Valley Christian Fellowship Church.

Millard was a veteran of the US Army, having proudly served during the Korean War. Millard was employed in the Ambridge area until his retirement.

Millard's family would like to Thank the staff at the Blair Home, for their kindness and compassion, and to the nurses at CCU for their outstanding care.

Family asks that donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in Millard's honor at

Internment with military honors was according to Millard's wishes at Sylvania Hills Memorial Park and service was entrusted to Saul-Gabauer Funeral Home Inc.

Rest in Peace, Chief, We will miss you.


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Millard M Stolar

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Wendy Magness

October 23, 2019

A donation has been made to the Wounded Warrior Project®,
in memory of Millard M. Stolar, United States Army Veteran.

Rest in Peace, Chief!

David Stolar

October 22, 2019

In memory of my brother Millard.
I am Millard's youngest brother, David.
I am so thankful that he passed away peacefully.
I am thankful for those who took care of him for all
of those years where he lived. I also thank my sister
Elizabeth for contacting him every day to say hello and
wish him well. I know he appreciated that. I also thank my
niece Wendy for her compassion in assisting him with all of
his personal needs.
I did not know Millard very well but I know that he was loved and taken care of. I did send him a card to say hello and wish him well many times.
I am comforted in knowing that he is in peace now.

With kindest thoughts,