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David Michael Mikulan

  • On June 25, 2019

Dave Mikulan, 64, of Ben Avon PA, formerly of Lawrenceville and Ingram PA, died Monday, June 24, 2019.

He was born in Lawrenceville, PA to Robert and Margaret (Allen) Mikulan, who proceeded his death. Dave was raised in Ingram, PA and graduated from Montour High School in 1973. Dave’s college alumni, Slippery Rock University, is where he met his wife, Kim (Rahiser) Mikulan of Evans City, PA and together were married for 38 years. He is survived by his wife Kim, son’s Kevin and Dan, and daughter Brandi who is the mother of (grandchildren) Arianna, Shawntal, and Julius. He is also survived by his sister, Janie (Mikulan) McDonald of Indiana, PA.

Dave was a hard-working truck driver just like his father Robert, a skilled baseball player, and a gifted baseball coach that had his own unique way of making the game fun for his players. He will be remembered for his tremendous sense of humor, his love of Steeler football, and most of all, for his devotion to family and friends.

In keeping with Dave’s final wishes, funeral services were held private and entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, Robinson Twp.

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  • Jun 26 2019
Dave, May you rest now.You will be missed,lam glad I got to see you and talk to you at Jessica's Wedding. I have some great memories of you and your family. Dave when you get to heaven say hi to your Mom and Dad. Till we meet again. Ray Broglie
Brad Cornman
  • Jun 27 2019
We’ll miss you mr mik! Best baseball coach ever. This is a guy who was pulling all nighters on the road and showing up to double headers running on swisher sweets and adrenaline! He’ll never be forgotten by our baseball teams, ever.
Leana Westbrooks
  • Jun 28 2019
Dear family of David Michael Mikulan, I'm sending to everyone my condolences for your loss.And it's my wish that you find some comfort in the promises from God, which will mean the end of all suffering and death forever. Revelation 21:4 speaks of these amazing promises. Therefore, this means that our loved ones will never be taken from us again in death.Too, those that have been taken from us in death have stupendous hope of living again and your loved one is included in the words of Acts24:15.Life during that time will be filled with wonderful blessings from God, such as lasting peace, happiness, and perfect health.Indeed, these good things will mean a good future for you and your loved one. Truly, it's my sincere wish that the good things that God has in store bring consolation to everyone, not just now in the future as well.