Alexander \n"Alex" Lotraris, 82, of Butler, Pennsylvania, passed \naway on Thursday, December 15, 2022, at the Autumn \nGrove Transitions Health Care Center. \n\nHe was born January 16, 1940, in Vandergrift, \nPennsylvania to the late Gus Lotraris and the late \nIrene (Crulicki) Tomaras.\n\nAlex graduated from Vandergrift High School. He \nworked at Pullman Standard and as a self-employed \nbarber. Alex was always proud and supportive of his \nfamily's accomplishments,and loved spending time \nwith his great-grandchildren, Hendrix and Sawyer. \nAlex enjoyed fishing, and was a talented artist. He \nenjoyed drawing caricatures of celebrities, loved \nones, and friend's pets.\n\nAlex is survived by his three daughters, Tammy Huth \nof Butler, PA, Barbara Mook of Butler, PA and \nChristian Massier and her husband, Rob, of \nNaperville, IL; one step-daughter, Christine Davis \nand her husband, Gordon, of Butler, PA; one \nstep-son, Steven Pomykata and his wife, Darcie, of \nButler, PA; four grandchildren, Adam and Kelly Huth \nand Alexis and Max Mook; five step-grandchildren, \nGavin, Owen and Alayna Davis and Madison and Jacob \nPomykata; one sister, Maria Futules of Akron, OH; \nand one niece. \n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby his first wife, Maxine (Cooper) Lotraris; and his \nsecond wife, Beverly (Campbell) Lotraris.\n\nInurnment will take place in the St. John's Cemetery \nin Coylesville, PA.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made \nto Butler Humane Society, 1015 Evans City Road, \nRenfrew, PA 16053.\n\nArrangements were entrusted to the Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 East North Street, Butler, \nPA 16001.