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Marion J. Mitrisin

September 24, 1932

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Obituary

Marion J. “Bunny” “Sonny” “Mike” Mitrisin,88 of Scottdale passed away peacefully late Sunday evening, December 13, 2020 at Excela Health Frick Hospital, Mt. Pleasant.

He was born September 24, 1932 in Everson, the son of the late Stephen and Theodosia (Doris) Nowicki Mitrisin, Sr.

Sonny was a longtime and faithful member of the Partner Parish of St. John the Baptist R.C. Church, Scottdale and was also involved in the Usher Society and was a volunteer at the Church for many years.

He was a graduate of Scottdale High School Class of 1950. He retired as a Supervisor from the former Teledyne Columbia Summerill, retiring in 1996 with 36 years of service.

He is a Veteran of the Armed Forces serving with U.S. Army during the Korean War, in Germany from Feb. 1953 to Feb. 1955, while attaining the rank of CPL as a unit administrator. Sonny served with the 1816, Company L both Infantry Regiment and was a recipient of the National Defense Medal and Good Conduct Medal.

Sonny was a member of the Scottdale Elks, BPOE 777, Scottdale VFW Post # 7781, The Laurel Swingers Dance Club, The Mixed Couples Bowling League and the Mixed Couples Card Club. He was also an avid Golfer.

His loving and Caring children:

Mark A. Mitrisin and wife Heather (Condrin) of Uniontown

And their children Victoria Mitrisin of Uniontown, Andrew and Andrea Mitrisin of Murrysville, Kevin Mitrisin and fiancé Alyssa Grossman of Penn Township

Marcia A. Hostoffer husband John of Mt. Pleasant

And their son Jonathan of Mt. Pleasant

Milissa L. Napoleon and husband Stephen of Mt. Pleasant

And children Aubree and Camille Napoleon of Mt. Pleasant

A Great Grandchild

Nathan Mitrisin

His Sister

Loretta Sowinski of Scottdale

And his Special friend,  Rose Polakowski of Scottdale

In addition to his parents Marion was preceded in death by

His loving Wife, Connie L. Baird Mitrisin (Sept. 3rd, 2006)

His brothers

Stephen Mitrisin Jr. (2000), William Mitrisin (2015), Victor Mitrisin (2011)

His Sister-in-law

Lavern Pirl Mitrisin (1984), Kathleen Wise Mitrisin (1995)

His Brother- in-law

Joseph Sowinski (1972)

Marion’s family will have a Private Visitation.

Committal Services and Interment will follow in St. John Parish Cemetery.

A Public Memorial Mass will be held at a later date.

Military Honors will be accorded at the the Funeral Home by the Scottdale and Everson Honor Guard.

 In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that Memorials be made in memory of Marion Mitrisin, checks can be mailed and made out to WFHF,532 W. Pittsburgh St. Greensburg, Pa. 15601. Please note Frick Pandemic Fund in memory of Marion Mitrisin.

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