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Patricia J. Barney

  • On September 12, 2020

Patricia J. Barney died September 11, 2020 at age 90.

She was born November 2, 1929 in Pittsburgh, PA to the late Eugene and Anne Carr.

She was a 1947 graduate of Hampton High School. She was a member of Christ The Redeemer Church.

On August 28, 1954, she married John Barney Jr. who died September 11, 1992.

She is survived by 5 children: Blaise Barney of Livermore, CA, John (Jing) Barney of Eastville, VA, Theresa (Ed) Williams, of Venetia, PA, Brigid (Tom) Lednicky of Austin, TX., Molly (Mark) Cummings of Canonsburg, PA; 8 grandchildren; Jana Barney, Jacob Barney, Kira Scammell, Ginger (Omar) McCall, Amy (Joshua) Bess, Lilly Eliaz, Claire Eliaz and Brenna Eliaz; 4 great grandchildren: Easton Bess, Rebekah Bess, Antonio Thibodeau Camacho, Evander Quintero-McCall; Sister, Lois (Charles) Ziga.

She is preceded in death by 3 brothers: Jack (Helen) Carr, Tom (Marie) Carr, and Jim (Joetta) Carr and 1 great grandchild Evianna Rose Quintero-McCall.

Patricia was known for her love of both people and animals. Her home was a sanctuary for many of God’s creatures. She instilled three generations with a deep love for our planet and all it’s inhabitants.

Family and friends are welcome Friday, September 18, 2020 from 9-11 am at Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317, 724-260-5546.  A funeral service will take place at 11:30 at Christ The Redeemer Church, of Canonsburg, PA.

In lieu of flowers, she asked contributions be made to Humane Society of Greene County 183 Jefferson Rd, Waynesburg, PA 15370

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at Pittsburghcremation.com.

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1 Comment

Don Nixon
  • Sep 20 2020
Ma Barney will be sorely missed. She hosted the entire neighborhood in many ways while we all grew up in the 1960s. Their seventeen acres provided our football field, our camping sites, our picnic areas, our swimming hole, our dirt bike trails, our bug catching fields and so much more. The welcoming atmosphere and warmth of her hospitality touched many of our lives. Who can forget the lake, the cookies, the many adventures with Ruff and too much more to mention. Later years saw many great cookouts there with tons of Campus Life kids. Jane and and I treasure those last few visits to the old 215 Tepee homestead to see her. So glad that Jesus welcomed you home.