OBITUARY

Judith A. Molnar

April 12, 1949June 28, 2018

MOLNAR - Judith A. (nee Moll) Of West Seneca, NY, June 28, 2018. Beloved wife of Richard; dearest mother of Catherine Molnar and Michael Molnar; grandmother of Tyler; sister of William (Diane) Moll. Family present Sunday 4-8PM at the HOY FUNERAL HOME, 3855 Seneca St., West Seneca, where a Funeral Service will be held Monday at 11AM. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials to Ebenezer United Church of Christ appreciated. Online condolences may be shared at www.hoyfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, July 1, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, July 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Judith A. Molnar

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Liz Maccubbin

July 1, 2018

Mike, I am so very sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

Kathleen Jonick

June 30, 2018

Richard I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family! XO

Tammy Shearer

June 29, 2018

Mrs. Molnar was my son Zach’s preschool teacher at Moppets in 2011-2012. He loved her. She was so quiet and very kind. She will definitely be missed by many.

Kim Zeltman

June 29, 2018

Mrs. M...As kids grow up, they sometimes tend to gravitate to someone who is a role model figure...Even though I have an amazing mom (especially growing up), I had YOU....You were truly my 2nd Mom...I can remember the weekends spent at your house...going shopping with you and your family, eating a million dinners at your house, laughing uncontrollably, going camping with your family, and those late night excursions on deserted roads looking for deer with that spotlight Mr. Molnar hung out his window! Those were days that have been embedded in my head and days I will never ever forget. Memories...Memories of my childhood that helped shape me into who I am today. You were always there to listen to my problems or to just chat for fun! I know years went by, I went to college, got my career started (18 years and going strong), had babies...but when we reconnected a few years back, it was like no time was ever lost. I’m still in disbelief you are gone...I woke up this morning, praying I just had a bad nightmare and actually had to go through texts to and from Cathy to make sure it was real...and it was. I am at a loss for words... I looked back at our conversation from Tues when you were telling me how Rich was coming home from a Mercy from having that procedure done, and how tired you were, so you stayed and Cathy went to get him and bring him home. I remember you telling me how you weren’t feeling well because of that thrush you had, BUT and I quote “I will survive!” You weee a fighter those hours you were in the hospital... but you were so tired, too... God had a better plan for you...just like I have to keep reminding myself He had a better and bigger plan for my dad, too. I love you and will never forget the impact you made on my life!
Love,
Kim xo

PS You will also forever have a special place in MY heart, too! ♥️

FROM THE FAMILY