Mrs. Betty J. (Rocco) Lubich, 83, of Ellwood City passed away on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at her residence with her loving family at her side.
Mrs. Lubich was born on June 19, 1936 in Ellwood City to the late Dan “Donato” and Rose Marie (Paglia) Rocco. She had graduated from Lincoln High School with the class of 1955. For over 50 years Betty worked at the Beaver County Court House as the supervisor of the assessment office retiring in 2004. She had served as the Democratic Party Chairperson for North Sewickley Twp. and as Democratic Committee Woman for Ellwood City 2nd ward. She also is a member of the Holy Redeemer Parish. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, and enjoyed knitting, crocheting, and making candy.
She is survived by her husband, Alexander Lubich whom she married on February 7, 1959, her sons, John (Lisa) Lubich of Ellwood City and Jeffrey (Brenda) Lubich of New Castle, her grandchildren, John R. Lubich, Jarrett A. Lubich, Amanda Lubich, and Kellee Lubich, and her sister, Janet Rocco of Ellwood City.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 4-8 pm at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory Inc.. A mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday at 10:00 am at the Holy Redeemer Church. Interment will follow at the Locust Grove Cemetery.
She was a GREAT AUNT and will surely be missed. RIP Aunt Betty Love Trix.Margie.Charlotte
Uncle Alex and family, so sorry to hear of Aunt Betty’s passing. I remember her way back when we were kids. Her laughter, love, and hugs for everybody! May she rest in peace.
John, Lisa and family. So sorry for your loss..May God Bless you all. Sincerely, Susan Zona
Our deepest sympathies to your family. Such a wonderful woman and I know she will be greatly missed. I know that all the memories made with her throughout the years will keep her close to each one of you. Rest in Peace Betty.
To Lubich Family,
It is a honor to know your family. Betty was such a beautiful person inside and out. Keep the good memories of her with you always and keep God by your side, He will help you through the rough days. You all will be reunited one day with her again. Thank you Betty, for giving birth to a wonderful man in your son John, who has brought so much happiness to my family.
Kevin L. Hamilton