Eric D. Marson

October 30, 1962 - August 26, 2019

Service: Service and Interment private


ERIC D. MARSON, 56, of Ross passed away peacefully on August 26, 2019 with his wife and family by his side. Eric completed his life’s journey after a 3 ½ year courageous battle with cancer.  He was born in Pittsburgh to the late Joseph and Grace Marson.  Eric is survived by his wife of 22 years, Melanie (Paschaledis)  Marson.  He is also survived by 4 siblings:  Christine Molitor, Barbara Vtipil (David), Joseph Marson (Vicki) and Grace Deems (Ron).  Eric is also survived by nieces and nephews:  Michael Barone (Sue), Robert Barone and great niece Jordan Barone, David Colosimo (Kelly) and great nieces Bella, Maria, Gianna and Sofia Colosimo, Jessica George (Michael) and great nephew Declan George, Kevin Marson (Carly) and great niece Teagan Marson, Brianne Marson and fiancée  Michael Sivak, Ron Deems (Macae), Jeffrey Deems, Justin Deems and Danielle Deems.
His extended family includes:  Basil Paschaledis (father-in-law) and the late Leona Paschaledis (mother-in-law), Michael Paschaledis (brother-in-law), and Elaine Beegle (sister-in-law) and nephews Tyler and Dylan Beegle and niece Tyran Beegle.
Eric was a retired sheet metal worker in Local 12 with 30 years of service.  His passion included hunting and spending time outdoors.  Eric was a perfectionist in every project he undertook.
The family would like to thank the AHN Wellness Center and the 9th floor oncology/hospice staff for the compassionate, professional care provided during his many stays.  Eric was well known for his many popsicle requests.
Eric will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved him.
Per family wishes there will be no viewing and a private interment at Christ Our Redeemer Cemetery, Cemetery Lane, Ross.   Eric would ask all to be kind to one another and live life to the fullest.

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  • Ronald Kuc

    Sorry for your loss. I just found out about Eric passing at the Local Union 12 picnic on Saturday. Eric worked for me at the Pittsburgh Airport project in 1971. He was an accomplished draftsman who I could always count on to complete his projects.
    I fondly remember him bringing a “pet” snake to work in a bucket. Sadly missed.

  • Daniel Klimek

    I’m going to miss Eric alot we’ve been best friends for 45 years this kind of friendship is unheard of theses days we have a ton of memories that I’ll hold close for the rest of my life. I cant believe I’m even writing this it sucks I wish it was something I could have stood in front of cause god knows I would have

  • Barbara Vtipil

    Eric ~ Our hearts are broken. You were taken from us too soon. The only thing that gives us comfort is that all your pain and suffering is over and that you are at peace and in God’s glorious kingdom. You are the best brother. Rest in peace, Eric. Until we are reunited, you are in our hearts forever. Your final job is to be our guardian angel. We love you and we miss you.

  • Janice Orlando

    Dear Melanie:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Eric was too young. Please let me know if there is anything at all that I can do for you.
    Jan

 

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