Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road


Dale A. MALISIAK, age 59. Beloved husband of Lynn (nee Simmons). Loving father of Ryne, Nicole and Kayla. Devoted son of Chester and the late Janet. Dear son-in-law of Warren and Margaret Simmons. Dear brother-in-law of Michael and Mark.

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: MON. MAY 18, 10:00 AM at HOLY FAMILY CHURCH. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery. VISITATION: SUN. 2-6 PM at The ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL Rd. (betw. Snow & Ridge).

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Messages of Condolence

  1. It is with a heavy heart, we say goodbye to one of our own. We will miss Dale!

    With sympathies,
    Barbara Theulen

  2. Dale….I’m shocked, surprised, saddened. I have known you practically from day one at “the company” and your family has my sincerest sympathies.

    Peter Tomlinson

  3. I remember Dale and Lynn when they came looking at their current home on our street. They looked like they were still in high school. We watched as their children grew up on our street. My son always wanted to go over to Malisiak’s to hang out with Ryne. They had all the fun electronics. They grew up together. I will miss your soft spoken voice, Dale, and the waves as I passed by your house. Your cooking was amazing and I thank you for the many meals you invited me too. You will be missed. Memory Eternal. The Richard Kowalchik Family

  4. Stunned, saddened, in disbelief. So sorry such a smart, intelligent, caring person was taken from all of us.

    Dale was a cousin who was unique to me because I was the youngest of five, he an only child. When we met as adults, I wished we could have spent more time together. Life did not offer those opportunities, but I will always be proud to say, ‘he was my cousin’.

    God bless.

    Jean and Dan Waller

  5. Dear Lynn and kids,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Dale was a super nice guy and he was wonderful to work with. I worked with Dale when he was in the computer room and when he came to programming.

    You could always count on him to be pleasant and outgoing. He was always fun to be around, even after his motorcycle accident.

    Dale was a talented IT expert and could always be counted on to do a first rate job, but mostly, he was wonderful human being.

    I am sorry I did not find out until it was too late to express my personal condolences. My wife, Helen, also remembers Dale with great fondness. She also worked in the computer room
    but not directly with Dale

    Ralph Wilhelm

  6. Dear family of Dale Malisiak: Please accept my sincere condolences and deepest sympathy on the loss of you’re dear loved one. Death is such a tragedy for all of us, and when it touches us personally, it’s sometimes difficult to find the comfort that we search for. Our loving Heavenly Father Jehovah, who is the God of all comfort, feels empathy for those who have felt the sting of death, and therefore promises to swallow up death forever and eliminate all pain and suffering. (Please read Revelation 21:4 and Isaiah 25:8) Jesus gave even more reason for hope at John 5:28,29 where he explains: “…all those in the memorial tombs…will come out…” As you read the above texts in you’re Bible, may they give you hope and comfort, during this most difficult time. Again, my deepest sympathy. David Cowles

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