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Old 02-25-2010, 23:28
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Arthur J. Molner, 84, Lakewood, NJ (Corpsman)

Arthur J. Molner, 84, of Original Leisure Village in Lakewood, NJ passed away peacefully on Valentine's Day at Kimball Medical Center Lakewood. At his side was his wife of 63 years Maryanne (Perfetti) Molner. He was the oldest of three siblings and survived his sister Carol Lopusnak and her husband Edward Lopusnak of Wallington NJ. He is also survived by his brother Alan V. Molner and his wife Barbera of Pompton Plains, NJ. Art was born in Wallington, NJ on January 6, 1926 to his parents Mary D. (Sesko) Molner and John E. Molner, who owned a local real-estate and insurance business. At the age of 10, he began to learn the trade of fine wood working and cabinetry from his grandfather Victor Sesko. At 12, he was named NJ State Junior Twirling Champion. He attended St Mary's High School in Rutherford, NJ where he lead the band as Drum Major and consequently met his wife to be. He joined the US Navy at age 17 and became a Pharmacist Mate and subsequently attached to the US Marines and retrained as a Medic. He served in combat operations during WWII in the Pacific Theatre. After being honorably discharged, he attended Carroll College in Helena, Montana. He married in 1946 and returned to New Jersey where he started a building contractor business which he operated for 42 years. He was reactivated during the Korean Conflict and served in US Naval Hospital St Albans, New York. He pursued many hobbies and social activities including building and flying private aircraft, sailing and horsemanship. He was an active member of the American Legion Post 109 in Rutherford, NJ for 57 years and held a Post Commander title. He also belonged to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, was a honorary member of the Knights of Columbus and served on the Board of Adjustment in Rutherford and Planning Board in Cooperstown, NY.
Surviving are his seven children, Marianne T. Jones and husband George R. Jones of Highland Lakes, NJ, A. Barry Molner of Greenwood Lake, NY, Robert D. Molner and his wife Barbara of Pt Pleasant Beach, NJ, James E. Molner and his wife Karen of Lake Wallenpaupack, PA, Caryn E. Kehrly of Milford PA, Richard T. Molner and his wife Robin of Scranton PA, and Donald C. Molner and his wife Gisela from Trier, Germany as well as his 18 grand children Ronald Jones, Lisa Gulino, Cyndi Thomas, Sarah Malewich, Rebecca Hess, Mandy Johnson, Rob Molner, Jenna Johnson, Michael Molner, Melissa Molner, LeeAnna Kehrly, Ricky Molner, Julia Molner, Jörn Molner, Justus Molner, Lindsay Kobithen, MacKenzie Foix, Tanner Foix. He also had 9 Great Grand Children and 1 Great Great Grandson and many cousins, nieces and nephews and friends.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010 from 2-4 & 7-9PM at the D' Elia Funeral Home, Hwy 70 & Vermont ave, Lakewood, NJ. A funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday at 10AM at St Luke RC Church 1674 Old Freehold Rd Toms River, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation (


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