Albert Joseph Revay, Jr., 94, of Monaca, polkaed his way to the Golden Gates on Saturday morning, April 16, 2016.Born December 20, 1921, in Monaca, he was the eldest of seven children born to Albert J. Sr. and Anna (Goss) Revay. A World War II veteran, Al served in the US Navy as a Radioman 3rd Class. Following the war, he found employment with Pittsburgh Tool Steel Wire (Teledyne) in Monaca, rising to the position of shipping supervisor before retiring. Al lived a healthy life to the end and was known as a ‘young’ 94-year-old. He loved life and was a family man. With an outgoing personality he always saw the best in people. He enjoyed spending time outdoors tending to his meticulous lawn and working on cars. Al was an avid golfer and enjoyed traveling to Canada with his good friend, Tom Palmquist to go fishing. A faithful member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Monaca, Al also was a member of the parish’s Holy Name Society.He leaves to mourn his loss his beloved wife, Pearl L. (Kaleta) Revay with whom he was united in marriage on July 24, 1948; three loving daughters, Christine Gecina and her husband, John, of Columbiana, OH, Shelly Ciccone and her husband, Denny, of Monaca and Lynni Landis and her husband, Mark, of New Brighton; six cherished grandchildren, Brian (Lori) Gecina of Rememberville, OH, Brad (Dr. Courtney Cuppitt) Gecina of Morgantown, WV, Jason (Rachelle) Ciccone of Ambridge, Courtney (Scott) Slovak, of Monaca, Matt Landis of New Brighton and Kelly Landis of Pittsburgh; six adored great-grandchildren, Brooke, Joseph and Elliott Gecina, Samantha Ciccone, and Nolan and Nox Slovak; two sisters, Dorothy Arnold in North Carolina and Alberta Headland of Rochester; and numerous nieces and nephews that were special to him including Frank and Willy Reda.In addition to his parents Al was preceded in death by a beloved son, Michael, on September 1, 1984; two brothers, John and Edward Revay and two sisters, Agnes (Revay) Sovyak and Helen Olexa.Friends will be received Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services, 1119 Washington Avenue, Monaca, where parting prayers will be offered Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. followed by a mass of Christian burial at 10 a.m. in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Monaca. Rev. Fr. Michael R. Ruffalo will officiate.Interment will follow in the parish cemetery.Full military honors will be provided by the Beaver County Special Unit at 11 a.m. at the cemetery.Memorial contributions may be made, if desired, to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 1501 Virginia Avenue, Monaca, PA 15061.The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the staff at Rochester Manor and Mother Teresa Hospice for the love and compassionate care Al received during his stay.To share online condolences, get directions and other information, please visit simpsonfuneralhome.com.