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Lori Ann Molinaro

  • On January 28, 2020

Lori Molinaro, age 56 of Bethel Park, formerly of Brookline, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 27, 2020.

Lori and Trevor have been lifelong partners through thick and thin. They finish each other’s sentences and have been absolutely amazing individuals, as well as being together.

Through this 3-year journey, everyone has grown even closer, alongside with parents, Lou and Jan Molinaro, brother Lou Jr, Mark (Jennifer) and her 4 nephews who she never missed beat on, Matthew, Michael, Dominic and Anthony.

Lori will be immensely missed by her extended family, Trevor’s parents, the late (Allen), Caroline, sisters Debby (John) and Tammy (Tom).

In a conversation once, Trevor, Lori, Lou and Jan were told from Dr Paniti Sukumvanich, who is associated with Magee Womens Hospital, that it will be a long country road with lots of bumps and turns in it. Lori has and now, come to a peaceful ending of that road, as we all wished for.

In addition to all the immediate and extended family, Lori has always had a special part in her heart for all of her pet family, including Sebastian, Winston, Maxwell and Bailey.

One other thing to mention is that Lori absolutely loved taking pictures, of anything and everything. This includes family, friends, the outdoors, and everything in between.  It was always a pleasure to sit with her and just view everything.  Over the years, we’ve framed some, texted some and Lori even made one into a puzzle that her dad put together and is hanging on the wall of her parents’ house.

At the family’s request, services are private. Arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546.

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Pat m Brucker
  • Jan 28 2020
Gerrie Long
  • Jan 28 2020
This world will be a sadder place without Lori. I love you little cousin. Gerrie
Pat m Brucker
  • Jan 28 2020
Trevor every women should be so blessed to have a man like you in their life. Your love and devotion to Lori is so heart warming. Lori was a wonderful and brave lady. The love you shared could be seen by all. I know how much you will miss her but please know how many people love you. You are not alone. My love and thoughts for you and all of Lori's family.
Cynthia Zorn
  • Jan 28 2020
Words cannot even begin to express my sorrow. Thoughts and prayers for family/extended family during this difficult time.
April Goodman
  • Jan 28 2020
I worked with Lori and I can't tell you the number of times that she saved my butt by showing me things I had yet to learn and how often she was a calming influence when I was stressed about work or even personal affairs. And oh the fits of laughter we could bring out in each other! We often said it's wild how similar we were and how it was a shame we lived so far apart. I've missed her terribly every day at work. And I miss our phone calls and being able to pick up where we left off. She loved Trevor fiercely and spoke of all her beloved family often. I will continue to keep all of you, her dear loved ones, in my thoughts and prayers. Please know that many who loved her also love you as well... even those you've never met. May you find some comfort in knowing how much you were cherished by her. God bless.
Rob Loyd
  • Jan 28 2020
Lori will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with her extended family.
Melissa Slepski
  • Jan 28 2020
Lori was a beloved co-worker and friend. She worked closely with my sister at Change! She will be missed terribly. I have had the pleasure of knowing Lori for about 20 years. My heart breaks for her family and friends. Fly high with the angels Lori! Sympathies, love and prayers Melissa Slepski
Greg & Maureen Davin
  • Jan 28 2020
God bless you Lori. Everyone will miss you dearly. Our sympathy goes out to her extended family and friends.
Sue Crane
  • Jan 29 2020
Lori was a dedicated and pleasant coworker. She will be missed. Prayers and hugs to those she left behind.
Jan Warchola
  • Jan 29 2020
It is heartbreaking to have learned of the health battles that Lori bravely fought in the last few years. I will always remember her as a very kind and caring person with a heart of gold. I will treasure the fun childhood memories we shared growing up on Woodbourne. Backyard carnivals, lemonade stands, dancing to Partridge Family albums & playing Barbies all come to mind. My heartfelt sympathies to Trevor, Mr & Mrs Molinaro, Lou & Mark & your whole family. God bless you all during this very difficult time.
Patty Dembrak
  • Jan 29 2020
Jan and Lou So sorry to read about Lori. You know we have our family frame she did for me and one for my mom it hangs in our bedroom. We lost our Donna 3 and 1/2 years ago to cancer. The road to losing a child is never over, All our love patty and Denny
Bill Krober
  • Jan 29 2020
Trevor I was so upset to hear the news when my sister told me I feel devastated by that. If there's anything me and my family can do to help you please reach us. You did so much for my mom she really care for you guys we can be there for you if you need any help I will leave you my phone number in my prayers and in my family's prayers. Bill Krober 814 403 8772
Robert Stevens
  • Feb 1 2020
I love you brother
Ruthann Linden
  • Feb 1 2020
Sorry to hear about Lori prayers to you and your family Ruth Ann Potter Linden