Paul Frank Omasits Jr

April 26, 1940 - June 11, 2021

Paul Frank Omasits Jr,
Age 81 of Freedom, PA, was called to his heavenly home on June 11th 2021 after a battle with cancer.
Born in Lawrenceville, PA to the late Paul F Omasits Sr. and Mary Ann Rogowski. Paul is survived by his loving and beloved wife, Arlene (Regan) Omasits; father of Paul C. Omasits (Amy) of Mars PA and Dana Marsh (Matt) of Minneapolis, MN. Paul was brother to Dolores Debellis (Ernest)of Tucson, AZ and the late Bonnie Bonauro. Paul’s greatest love was being the “Pap” to his five grandchild Sam and Elizabeth Marsh, Ava, Andrew and Ella Omasits. Paul was blessed to have lifelong friends whom he enjoyed fly fishing, traveling and creating memories.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Good Samaritan Hospice.

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  • Leona tosatto

    Dear Arlene and family I was so saddened to hear of Paul’s passing my deepest sympathies to all.

  • Susan Regan & Michele Organist

    Aunt Arlene, Paul & Dana,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Paul was a good man, husband, dad and grandpap, son, brother, brothef-in-law (and much more to probably many). His life was a long authentic one and he was loved. I feel we have our good name and deeds in this life, family & friends and our faith in people and whatever higher power we hold in our heart. I am pretty sure he had all that so he is surely at peace. Take care of one another. Love ya all 💖

  • Carolyn Tumolo

    Arlene, so sorry to hear about Paul. He was a great guy and a wonderful friend. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Dana, and Paul.

  • Mary Jane & Don Vano

    Dear Arlene, Our deepest sympathy to you and family in Paul’s passing. Paul was a very dear friend and neighbor and will be very much missed.

  • Dianne Richards

    Dear Arlene, My sincere sympathy on your loss of Paul. He always had a welcoming smile. It was nice to be in his company.He will be in my prayers.

  • Linda & Arthur Stone

    Dear Arlene ,Paul,and Dana, we were so very sorry to hear the sad news . We have great memories of Paul and the times we spent together. He was a blessing to know and we will cherish his kindness .

  • Linda D Huston/ Dennis Woollard

    Dear Arlene & family… we can’t express how broken our hearts are for all of you, Paul, with his dry wit and infectious smile will be missed so very much. He will always be remembered and we will carry his warm & caring heart with us in our memories forever. Denny has a special planter with green onions planted in Paul’s memory!!! Sending you our heartfelt prayers and hugs. Love, Linda & Denny ❤️

  • Karin Summers

    Arlene – I am so sorry to hear about Paul’s passing. He was one of a kind and had an amazing laugh. He never failed to find humor in every situation. God did a good job when he put the two of you together. He will always be Coco my favorite cabana pool boy. Remember all of the laughs.

  • PJ Huchko

    I am saddened to hear of Paul’s passing. A good friend, an exceptional colleague, and someone who was always smiling. I often talk about the Genix car pool to Weirton when Paul, Mike Mullen, Ed Kantor and I would argue about some inane topic, and Paul would always call National Geographic, or some government agency to get the facts. And then we’d argue about his source. Those times will always be remembered fondly. Fond memories should visit often and shared with our loved ones. I know these are difficult days and I send my best thoughts to you, Paul Jr., and Dana.
    PJ Huchko


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