Jason Koliscak

September 23, 2021 - July 17, 2016


Age 41, of Cranberry Twp., formerly of Belle Vernon, was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, July 17, 2016; Beloved husband for 10 years of Melanie (Karabinos); Proud and loving father of Addison, Alexis, and Lanie, who were Jason’s center of the universe, and he was their superman; Cherished son of Stan and Jackie (Barnot) Koliscak; Also survived by countless loving relatives and friends. Friends will be received on Wednesday 1-3 & 5-8PM at DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME of CRANBERRY, 2678 Rochester Rd. (724) 772-8800. A Mass of Christian Burial will be in St. Ferdinand Church, 2535 Rochester Rd., on Thursday at 10AM. Jason spent his entire career at MSA Safety, where he worked as an engineering manager. When he wasn’t working or caring for his family, he enjoyed cooking, gardening, and golf. Jason was on the board of directors for the Cranberry CUP and in 2014 his family was named the “Inspirational Family” for the year. He was also an avid member of the Cranberry Elks. The family would like to thank their MSA Safety family for all of their support for Jason. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the family in support of Jason’s daughters.

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  • John Sobek

    Melanie and girls, You have my deepest sympathy for your loss. Jason was a great guy and Helen Jo loved him. He will be really missed.

  • David Sands

    I am so sorry

  • Sharon Stemler

    My deepest sympathy to Jason’s family. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Doreen Cary, AIST

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  • Dave Demyan

    Jason, you were my brother from a different mother. While your time on this earth wasn’t nearly long enough, every moment was special. You did more for me than you will ever know. Rest in peace my friend and know that promises made are promises kept. Hit em long and straight. I love you. Double D

  • Dewey Humes

    My sincerest condolences to the Koliscak family for the lost of your son, husband, and father. To my friend and mentor Stan, I pass along a special prayer for comfort during such a difficult time. I feel deep sorrow that you should have to bear a loss that you should never of had to experience.

  • Gaye Waller Posey

    I know the road you have entered onto without wanting to go down it. It is a road fraught with many things, Memories, tears, weaknesses, strengths, unbelievable loneliness for just him, and of course the ability to hold your head high because you can grieve cleanly having been his tower of strengh, his superwoman, his forever love and now the one who will lead the children he loved so much down the lane with only his memories as the light to get you there. May God have his arms around you when you get weary so you can lean and know that he will give you additional will power continue when you just want to sink into the depths of your sorrow and wallow. You have the same peace in your soul that I had when my husband left me to go to his heavenly home and that will make you rise above the pain challenging it not to bury you. . There will not be one day that you won’t remember something deep inside you, a snapshot of your life together that will make you cry even as you smile. I will forever hold you in my prayers as you begin to go on without Jason, Your Superman.

  • Robin Shaffer

    Melanie and girls, My heart is breaking for your loss. Jason was a wonderful human being who was taken to soon from this world, but the legacy of love and giving that demonstrated every day will live on forever. He will be missed but never forgotten. All of my love and prayers for healing. Robin

  • Joe, Kathy and Kelly Arroyo

    Our deepest sympathies and prayers to Melanie, the girls, and both the Koliscak and Karabinos families.

  • Amy Luderer

    Praying for you and your family at this difficult time!

  • MARYANN Magliocca

    Mel, keep the faith and your beautiful memories in your heart and when you are feeling down just pull a memory and smile. Knowing you are surrounded by such great friends and family will help you get through this. I can understand how you can be sad yet relieved that he is not fighting that battle anymore. I felt that when my sister said she was ready too after a long battle with cancer. May God be with you.

 

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