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Paul Bischak

September 16, 1937 - May 30, 2020

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Paul Bischak

May 30, 2020

Paul Bischak, 82, of Simpson died Saturday at Geisinger-CMC hospital after recently being stricken ill at home.

Born September 16, 1937 in Simpson, son the late Harry and Julia Sulich Bischak, he was a member of St. Basil’s R.O. Church, Simpson. He was educated in Fell Township schools and served in the Pennsylvania National Guard in the early 60’s. He was employed by Burnett’s Casket Co. in Childs, and later in maintenance at Carbondale Area High School before retirement.

He enjoyed watching TV shows and movies and collecting them on 8mm & 16mm. He was an avid movie-goer in his youth and enjoyed going to many of the old theaters in the area.

Paul was the loving caretaker of his sisters Anne and Stephanie for many years up until the time of their recent deaths.

He was a caring and kind Uncle to all his nieces and nephews and will be sadly missed.

Surviving are Nephews; Michael (Breezy Jr.) Bischak Jr. and wife Treena, Simpson; Michael Bischak, Nutley, NJ.; James Veina, Meshoppen; Vincent Veina, East Benton; nieces, Darice Brescia and husband Peter, Atco, NJ.; Barbara Hehre and husband John, Williamstown, NJ.; Julia Balon, Scranton; Maria Trotter and husband Bernie, Ararat; Joanne Straut and husband John, Rockaway Twp. NJ.; as well as many great Nieces and Nephews.

He was preceded in death by brothers Michael (Breezy Sr.) and Theodore; and sisters, Mary Adamek, Alice Veina , Anne and Stephanie Bischak.

The family would like to thank the Doctor’s, Nurse’s and Staff at Geisinger-CMC for all their care and support, and also the following Emergency Services for their help; Grattan Singer Volunteer Fire Department, White’s Crossing Volunteer Fire Department, Cottage Hose Ambulance and the Carbondale Police Department.

A graveside service will be conducted at Pleasant View Cemetery, Pleasant Mount, by the V. Rev. Archpriest David J. Hritcko. He will be Interred beside his sister’s Anne and Stephanie, who died May 24th.

Arrangements by the Joseph W. Scotchlas Funeral Home Inc., Simpson.

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