Ron Dax

June 27, 1978 - January 19, 2002


Age 22, of Pine Twp. Died accidentally on Sat. 1/19/02. He was born in Pgh on 6/29/78 son of Jeffrey A. Dax of Ross Twp. and Kari Newman Molnar of Pine Twp. Ron was a Senior at Penn State University, majoring in Finance and Economics. Ron touched many lives and he will be deeply missed.
In addition to his parents he is survived by 2 sisters, Amber Dax and Brianne Molnar and a brother, Michael Molner. Step father, David Molnar
He is the grandson of Anita M. Dax of Ross Twp., Daniel C. Newman of McMurray, Bev and Christian Schove.
Preceded in death by grandfather, Frank C. Dax.
Visitation Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9PM. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Sebastian Church, Thursday 10:30AM. Burial will follow in Holy Savior Cemetery, Pine Twp.

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  • Mrs. Kathy Smith

    Dear Mrs. Molnar,
    I extend my deepest sympathies on the loss of your son. I cannot imagine a worse heartache that the loss of a child. Ron and my son, David Smith, graduated from Pine-Richland High School together in1998. I remember Ron because when he was in eighth grade at the middle school, I was the Parent Association President and also ran the fundraiser that year. Ron was the top seller that year and won the grand prize of ( I think it was)a Sega Genesis game. I remember when you came to pick him up after school to bring it home and you told me how badly he wanted to win this prize and how hard he worked to achieve this goal. I am sure that is how he lived. Working hard and trying to achieve all his dreams! His fellow classmates heard of his death and were in contact with each other. My son is in college in D.C. and received two calls down there. They remembered him and are mourning his loss.
    I know it will be very hard for you, but please know that lots of people are praying for Ron, you, his father, and your entire family. Take one day at a time and keep praying for strength. My husband died fourteen months ago, so I know the pain in your heart.
    Sincerely,
    Kathy Smith

  • Lauren

    Ron was always an upbeat happy person flashing his bright smile whenever I saw him. Even though I haven’t seen him for a few years, he will always be in my heart.

 

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