Lillian H. Ulrich

January 28, 1926January 19, 2021

Lillian H. Ulrich age 94 of Waynesburg, passed away Tuesday, January 19, 2021 in her home.

She was born January 28, 1926 at Sycamore, a daughter of the late William Lynn Hopkins and Nellie Conklin Hopkins.

On July 9, 1963, she married Edward E. Ulrich, who passed away February 22, 1980. Lillian had worked as a sales clerk at G.C Murphy Co. in Waynesburg. She had also worked as a hairdresser in Waynesburg and Washington.

She was member of the Oak View United Methodist Church in Waynesburg, where she was the secretary of the Friendship Sunday School Class. Lillian’s church honored her with the Sarah Williamson Award. Lillian enjoyed taking care of her flower garden and lawn.

She is survived by a son, Chuck Ulrich of Waynesburg; two grandsons, Charlie and Michael Ulrich; and several nieces and nephews.

Lillian was the last of her immediate family. Deceased are a son Jon Edward Ulrich; four sisters, Evalena Malmgren, Aldene Sanders, Eleanor Sagges, and Hazel Hadrich; and six brothers Dennis Hopkins, Robert Hopkins, William S. Hopkins, David Hopkins, John Hopkins, and Wallace Hopkins; a step-daughter, Carolyn Giles; a half-sister, Helen Bradley; and two half -brothers, Earl Hopkins and Delmont Conklin.

Lillian’s family is grateful to her nurse, Leigh and the staff of Amedisys Hospice and to Amy Brownfield, and Bill and Sue Dowlin for their love and support during Lillian’s final illness.


  • Private Services


Lillian H. Ulrich

have a memory or condolence to add?

Anita Stoner

January 29, 2021

I am so sorry for the loss of a sweet, hardworking and friendly woman that Lillian was. She always had a smile and would always take time to stop and talk if she saw me anywhere. All the women that were born in that era had a special quality of kindness that will be greatly missed. We were all better people to have known her.

Marsha Hopkins

January 26, 2021

I was so sorry to find out that Aunt Lil passed, I just got her a Birthday card to have ready to send her, so sad. I haven't seen her for sometime but, always have had fond memories of her growing up. Staying at her house in Bucktown when I was real young, I still think about when crusin' by there & remembering the house on the hillside. I would run into her at the store or P.O. and always would make sure to say Hi...she was a great woman, my thoughts & prayers are with you..
I do have some photos of her with her siblings but don't know how I'd get them to you or if you would want can call me if you like...

Brenda Ninnemann

January 21, 2021

Deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother. I remember her well as a friend of my own Mother, Ruth Morris, and the comradarie they shared at Oakview. May your many memories comfort you during this most difficult time.