Jerry Huey, \n83, of Butler, Pennsylvania, passed away on January \n16, 2021 at the Good Samaritan Hospice. \n\nHe was born May 3, 1937 in Butler, Pennsylvania to \nthe late Chester Huey and the late Ruth (Bulford) \nHuey. \n\nA devoted family man and loyal friend, Jerry was \nalways the perfect example of a true gentleman. He \nwas quiet, but very witty and always had a great \nsense of humor. Jerry always put his family first. \nHe never missed a concert, dance recital, hockey \ngame, or track meet that involved his children or \ngrandchildren. The arrival of great grandchildren \nbrought him such joy and he would proudly show off \ntheir pictures to anyone who would look. A dedicated \nsupporter of Butler High School football and \nbasketball, Jerry and his sister Joan were staples \nat home and away games for many years. He greatly \nenjoyed countless fishing trips to Canada and the \ntimes spent with family and his fishing buddies. \nJerry was a fixture in his neighborhood and could \noften be seen walking his much-loved dog Inky, and \nsharing treats with all the dogs they met along the \nway. Always concerned about the safety of his \ndaughters, he would insist on driving them anywhere \nthey needed to go at the first sign of inclement \nweather. In later years as his wife's health \ndeclined, he provided her with the best possible \ncare at home until that was no longer possible. He \nremained dedicated to her receiving the best care \nand visited with her daily at New Haven Court. \nAlthough saying goodbye is so difficult, we know all \nJerry wanted was to be reunited with Sandra and to \nbe together in Heaven. In true Jerry fashion, \nkindness to all was his motto and way of life. If \nyou would like to honor his memory, we ask you do a \nrandom act of kindness and think of the smile it \nwould put on his face.\n\nJerry worked for West Penn Power for over 40 years \nand retired in November 2002 as Operating \nSuperintendent. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran \nChurch, where he was very active over the years. \nJerry also belonged to the Rotary Club and Habitat \nfor Humanity. \n\nHe is survived by two daughters, Johanna (Steve) \nNapoletan, and Jeryl (Robert) Emigh; four \ngrandchildren, Gabrielle (Rob) Parker, Jordan \n(Matthew) Jurysta, Zach Emigh, and Nathan (Nakia) \nEmigh; five great grandchildren, Rory,Gavin and \nPiper Parker, and Theo and Ivy Jurysta; one sister, \nJoan Masters of Butler, PA; one brother in law, \nKenneth (Ruth Ann) Walborn, Jr.; numerous nieces and \nnephews. \n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby wife Sandra Huey to whom he married on June 29, \n1963 and who passed away on September 18, 2019 and \none great grandson Graiden Parker. \n\nDue to the covid pandemic there will be no public \nvisitation.\n\nA memorial service will be announced at a later \ndate.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made \nto the Butler County Humane Society, 1015 Evans City \nRd, Renfrew, PA 16053 or to Trinity Lutheran Church, \n120 Sunset Drive, Butler, PA 16001.