Jack Way \nKison, 89, of Butler, Pennsylvania formerly of \nNatrona Heights , passed away on February 8, 2021 at \nhis son's residence. \n\nHe was born February 2, 1932 in Polk Township, \nPennsylvania to the late Clarence E. Kison and the \nlate Ruth I. Berry Kison. \n\nJack was a graduate of Tarentum High School. He \nworked at Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation for 43 \nyears retiring in 1993. Jack was a member of First \nChristian Church of Tarentum where he was a lifelong \nmember, pianist, choir member, elder and treasurer. \nHe was an active member of the Alle-Kiski Barbershop \nChorus and was awarded member of the year. Jack \nloved to play the piano and sing. He also was an \navid golfer. But most of all he loved spending time \nwith his family.\n\nHe is survived by one son, Pastor Frederick R. \n(Lorrie) Kison of Butler, PA; one daughter, Amy \n(Joe) McElhaney of North Apollo, PA; six \ngrandchildren, Tyler, Evan, Noah Luke, Joshua and \nCaleb Kison; two nieces and one nephew. \n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby his wife, Wilma B. Bouchat Kison whom he married \non October 1, 1955 and who passed away on September \n12, 2010, one brother, Fred Kison, one sister, \nPatricia Wetzel.\n\nFriends will be received at Thompson - Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 East North Street Butler, \nPA. on Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 3:00 until \ntime of service at 7:00 pm\nwith his son, Pastor Fredrick R. Kison, of The \nIntersection Community Church, officiating.\n\nDue to Covid-19 State Guidelines, visitors are \nrequired to supply their own and to wear a facial \nmasks and adhere to social distancing. Groups are \nlimited to 25 people inside.\n\nBurial will take place in the Mount Airy Cemetery in \nNatrona Heights, PA.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to \nFrontline Ministries International, 104 Riviera \nCourt, Renfrew, PA 16053.