William J. Miskolcze, 75

William J. Miskolcze, 75, of North Sewickley Township passed away Sunday, February 21, 2021 at UPMC Shadyside Hospital following a brief illness.

Born May 14, 1945 in Beaver Falls, he was the son of the late William and Anna Takacs Miskolcze. He was married to Barbara Chulak Miskolcze for 52 years.

Bill formerly worked at Ellwood City Iron and Wire for over 20 years. He owned and operated Ellco Products Inc. and also Bala’s Main St. Grill and Eventz. Bill was a member of the Hungarian Home in Ellwood City. He enjoyed cooking for friends and family, golfing, and vacations at the beach. He will be remembered as a kind and generous man and a wonderful husband and father.

Survivors include his wife Barb; son, Joel W. (Elaine) Miskolcze of Pleasantville, NY; daughter, Julie (Alan) Evanish of Marshall Township; sister, Shirley Hegedus of Ellport; five grandsons; Joshua, Garrett, Ryan and Austin Evanish, and Wil Miskolcze.

A private blessing service for the family will be held at the Marshall Funeral Home, Ellwood City, officiated by Rev. Father Mark Thomas.

Interment will follow in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.

18 thoughts on “William J. Miskolcze, 75

  1. Another branch has fallen from our family tree. It is always hard to say good bye to those we love, but our memories of them will stay forever in our hearts. My cousin Bill is now with the Heavenly angels . Our earthly loss is now Heaven’s gain. Our thoughts and prayers are with Barb and her family.

  2. Barb , and family
    I was so very shocked when I heard about Bill. We are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to Shirley also.
    We love you

  3. Dear Barb,

    My deepest sympathy on your devastating loss! My heart is aching for you and your family. You have my deepest sympathy, and you’ll be in my prayers.

    Kathy Feerst D’Biagio

  4. Our deepest sympathy to all the Miskolcze family in your loss. May happy memories and your faith give you comfort at this difficult time.
    Paul Tom and Donna Lee (Buccelli) Underiner

  5. Cousin Shirley, I feel for your loss of a sibling. It feels like a part of us has gone with them. God will help you fill the void with all the wonderful memories of your brother. You will meet again in His time. Please know the family is praying and thinking of you at this time. I am so sorry we can’t all be together to celebrate Bill’s life. Sending our love, Virginia, Ray, and Bill

  6. It is always a shock to read about another loss of a friend. We hold dear your visit with us in State College so many years ago. We hope that in time you will recall many happy moments with him and the rest of your family. God bless you all.

    Ed and Linda Agostinelli

  7. I played baseball with Bill many years ago. There is one thing I will never forget.
    When my dad took us to eat at Bill’s new restaurant, I told Bill and his wife that I never forgot the time he hit a baseball over the top of the light poles in center field. That image is still in my head.
    My sincere sympathy to his family.

  8. So sorry to hear of the passing of Bill. We did not him well, but we remember him as a nice man and the father of two wonderful children, Joel and Julie. They were such nice kids and good students which was made possible by the loving care of their parents Bill and Barb. Bill will be missed by everybody who knew him. You have our deepest sympathies in the loss of Bill.
    James and Andrea Rosenberger

  9. Barb, I am so sorry to hear of your husbands passing. Please accept my sincere sympathy for you and your family. May the memories of all the wonderful times console you just a little during this difficult time

  10. Barb

    We were so sorry to hear of Bills passing He was a very kind man. We will always have warm memories of great game day spreads in the Clark Bar parking lot on Steelers game day including the grand Thanksgiving spread. Bill will be missed by many but I am sure there was Is a kitchen chair and friendly people waiting for him in heaven

  11. Mrs. Miskolcze, Julie, Joel and family,

    When I learned of the loss of Bill, my heart just sank. Tears filled my eyes. Bill will have an everlasting impression upon my life. Every time I’d see him at Paul’s or out and about, we had fantastic conversations. Mostly, I appreciated his wisdom. The Miskolcze family has been a big part of my upbringing in North Sewickley. Your family was so very good to mine in numerous ways. We didn’t see all of you as customers, we saw you as family. My most recent conversations were about his grand kids. Keeping busy and loving every moment. He lit up talking about them. I’m so grateful for Bill. My deepest condolences to you All. I hope your wonderful memories provide comfort. God Bless.

  12. Barb:

    I just, 5 minutes ago heard of Bill’s passing. I am so terribly sorry for your loss. He was a great guy, He loved his Wife and Family and will always be remembered as having the hottest cars in Ellwood. I can still see him pulling up to Willies in his Chevy.
    Barb, I am just so sorry.

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