Barbara Marie Heyn

November 27, 1935October 31, 2018

Barbara Marie Heyn was born on November 27, 1935 and passed away on October 31, 2018 in Butler, Pennsylvania.


Barbara Marie Heyn

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Andrea Heyn

November 5, 2018

You Will,
Always Be Loved
Never Be Forgotten
Forever Be Missed

I will miss our talks and the laughter we shared.Thank you for always supporting my decisions even though you didn't always agree with
some of them,your family will miss you something fierce but we are
thankful that you didn't suffer long and you are now with your children.
We will carry you in our hearts forever .❣❣

I Love You ❤️👼

Chris Sypniewski

November 4, 2018

There are few people in my life that touched me the way you have. Your love and devotion to your family, your acceptance and love you have shown me over the years, reflect the many reasons I hold you so close to my heart. Your journey now continues without us and as much as you will be missed by all that love you, we will see you again one day. I Love you Gram♡

Sandy Piper

November 2, 2018

Awwwww I was so sadden to hear of her passing. Mrs. Barb was one of my favorite people. She was so kind and always pleasant to chat with. She would visit my store ( Sandy's bargain center) and sit and chat and play my machines. I would give her a ride home in the evening if she was here when i closed. Never asking for a ride i always had to offer. I will miss her dearly. R.I.P. Mrs Barb your in heaven and with your children. God bless your family & friends.

deanne johnson stephens

November 2, 2018

Gram, I am so thankful and grateful that, through the high hills and the deep valleys in your life, you always kept your faith in Jesus. The love you have for your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren was and is unsurpassable. Family meant everything to you. You were the Matriarch of this family and your presence will forever be missed. But I believe Heaven is just as you imagined it would be... you are so happy that you are bursting at the seams with joy as you are surrounded and hugged by your babies. Love you.

Robbie Spithaler

November 1, 2018

Grandma, you were so loved by everyone. The only comfort I have of your passing is knowing that you went “Home to your Babies”. I’ll cherish forever in my heart the last few months that you were here with us. You’re Home Gram! You’re with your Babies. I Love You!