C. Leonard Holizna

Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania

1932 - 2020


November 13, 2020
Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania


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C. Leonard Holizna, 88, of Lower Burrell, formerly of Arnold, died Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, in UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh. He was born March 27, 1932, in Arnold, to the late Michael and Anna Skacal Holizna, and had been a life resident of the local area. A master machinist, he worked at Shop 32...

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My condolences to the Holizna family. I worked with Len at PPG. I can honestly say he was one the nicest, most positive people I’ve had the pleasure knowing. Len made everyone’s day better.
Denise Benzenhoefer from PPG

Joe and I were so sorry to learn of Leonard’s passing. Not long ago I had the nicest chat with him about historical events in New Kensington. He was always such a nice person. Our condolences to Joan and family. Love, Cousin Joey and Dorinda

We will miss Grandpap dearly. You were a wonderful and beloved "Grandpap". The many sporting events, Clay's golf tournaments, Miranda's soccer games, Elena's dance recitals. He always had a word of wisdom, or encouragement. Friends and neighbors will miss you at all of the parties and gatherings . "He was such a nice man, I really enjoyed talking to him at your parties", many have said. We know you will be looking down with a smile on future graduations, weddings...

Uncle Leonard -- you will be greatly missed, but we know you are up there having a beer with Joe.!
You brightened each one of our lives in your very special way.
We love you!

We will miss you dearly grandpap. You had a life well lived. We will treasure all of the time you spent with the family and all of the many sporting events, recitals, graduations and parties you shared with us. We know you are happy now in heaven. This photo made us smile so we thought we would share. Love Eric, Kim, Clay, Miranda, and Elena Holizna.

Deepest sympathy, Joan and family. So very sorry for your loss. May you all be comforted and many blessings at this difficult time. You’re in our thoughts and prayers with love. God’s peace and may Leonard Rest In Peace.

Betty Foryt, Becky Foryt Johnston, and Keith Johnston

Mrs. Holizna so sorry and my deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband. I always loved seeing you guys along with the Grzbacks at St. Marys especially at the Marriage Day luncheons. Wishing you comfort and peace of heart. Debbi Brzozowski Askin