Lucille H. \nBarbary passed away peacefully surrounded by family \nand friends, at her home on August 27, 2020.\n\nLucille was born July 22, 1945 in Butler and was the \ndaughter of the late Patrick H. Greenert and Aline \nM. Forcht Greenert. \n\nLucille worked at Butler Memorial Hospital for 35 \nplus years in various departments. She was known to \nalways have a smile on her face and kind words for \nall. \n\nShe married her soul mate and love William G. "Bill" \nBarbary on January 23, 1965, enjoying 57 years \ntogether. \n\nLucille is survived by her husband Bill; three \nchildren, Lisa Hopper, Tricia Kradel (Scott Jordan) \nand William Barbary; five grandchildren, Lexi and \nOlivia Hopper, Jake and Aliegh Kradel, and Luna \nBarbary; three sisters, Henrietta Paserba (Robert), \nMary Kreinbucher (Charles) both of Butler, Helen \nHores (Bill) of Pittsburgh; Two brothers, Admiral \nJonathan Greenert (Darlene) of Annapolis, Maryland \nand Patrick Greenert of Mary Ester, Florida; along \nwith numerous nieces and nephews she loved dearly.\n\n\nIn addition to her parents, she was preceded in \ndeath by her loving in-laws William and Janice \nBarbary and a nephew, Glenn Hores. \n\nLou was a friend to so many. She loved life and \nloved being around people. She enjoyed her time with \nlife-long friends who she loved dearly. She will be \nremembered for bringing laughter and smiles \neverywhere she went. She was known by many as "Mama \nLou" or "Grandma Lou". When she entered the room you \nwould here those names called out as she was a mom \nto so many.\n\nLou was a family person who embraced the time with \nher brothers and sisters. From monthly outings, to \nlarge family dinners where there was always great \nconversations filling the room. Lou was the greatest \nwife, mother, and grandmother. So selfless in all \nthat she did to care for her family. Always a home \ncooked meal for family dinners. She loved being with \nher husband, children, and most of all seeing her \ngrandchildren grow. The memories created are \nendless. She will be remembered for her jokes and \nwords of wisdom she would give them. She was always \na giver in all she did and never expected anything \nin return. Lou was a blessing to everyone and will \nalways hold a special place in the hearts of others.\n\nPer her wishes, there will be no public visitation.\n\n\nA memorial service will be held at a later date at \nthe convenience of the family.\n\nArrangements were handled by Thompson-Miller Funeral \nHome, Inc., 124 East North St., Butler, PA 16001.