Steve N. Nonack, Jr., 96, of Fallowfield Township, Charleroi, fell asleep with
the Lord, Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at his home.
He was born August 13, 1921 in Charleroi, a son of Steve and Mary Gersna Nonack.
A veteran, Mr. Nonack served in the United States Army during World War II with the Battery D 894th AAA Battalion. He participated in the battles of Tunisia, Naples-Foggia, Rome-Arno, Southern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. He received the Good Conduct Medal, European-African Middle Eastern Service Medal with six bronze stars.
For 36 years, he was employed by Bethlehem Mines and retired as a foreman from mine 60, Somerset Township.
He was a member of the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Donora, the American Legion Post 165 in Bentleyville and the Veterans of Foreign War in Meadville.
His wife, Rosalie Schrader Nonack, died December 21, 2013. They were married March 2, 1946.
Surviving are four children, Steffie Smith (Larry) of Fallowfield Township, Linda Puskarich (Terry) of Cokeburg, Mary Ann Lobodinsky (Francis) of Somerset Township and Paul Nonack (Vickie) of Fallowfield Township; five grandchildren, Terry S. Puskarich, Kyra Sloan (Matt), Jason Nonack (Melissa), Lysa Lukachyk (John) and William Lobodinsky; four-great grandchildren, Macksim and McKenna Nonack, Wyland Lukachyk and Jackson Sloan; siblings, Elizabeth Glemba (the late Roman) of Fallowfield Township, Pauline Zerambo (the late Joseph) of Bentleyville, Irene Loftus Slavonia of Elco, Richard Nonack of Bentleyville, Shirley Kaminski (George) of Arizona; sister-in-law, Agnes Schrader of Eighty Four; several nieces and nephews and his special caregiver, Pam Giacomantonio.
Deceased are his siblings, Mildred, Nicholas, Catherine, Charles and Paul Nonack.
Friends are welcome from 1 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Thompson-Marodi Funeral Home, Inc., 809 Main Street, Bentleyville, 724-239-2255, where a funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 27, 2018. Interment will follow in Charleroi Cemetery with military graveside rites by American Legion Post 165 and the U.S. Army. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, St Nicholas Drive, Donora, PA 15033. Visit www.thompson-marodi.com to leave a condolence message, order flowers and share photos.