Due to COVID-19 restrictions and safety concerns, a private family Funeral Service will be held at 10:00am on Saturday, April 18, 2020 in Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, with Rev. June Boutwell, Pastor of Zion's United Church of Christ, Greenville, officiating.
The service on Saturday will be available to the public via live stream on this obituary page.
Burial will be in Shenango Valley Cemetery.
A. Elizabeth “Libby” Aubel, age 94, of Greenville, passed away Tuesday morning, April 14, 2020 in St. Paul's Senior Living Community.
She was born in Milledgeville, GA on July 20, 1925 to Leon and Bessie (Ward) Grimes. Libby was a graduate of Milledgeville High School and had volunteered at the U.S.O during WWII. She was a Homemaker and member of Zion's Reformed United Church of Christ, Greenville, where she was a long time member of the ladies guild, made and sold chicken pot pies for the church, and volunteered in many numerous church activities. Her other interests included, bowling in a local league, swimming, playing cards, long walks in Riverside Park, was an avid gardener and loved dogs.
On November 1943 she married Robert L. Aubel, he passed away in May 1983.
Libby is survived by two sons; David Aubel and his wife Donna of Palm Coast, FL and Wade Aubel of Irving, TX, a daughter; Karen Bosnic of Silver Spring, MD, seven grandchildren; Kevin, Lisa, Beth, Derek, Michelle, Jason and Robert and five great-grandchildren; Brianna, Nick, Brandon, Greg and Owen. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a daughter; Rueith Lewis and five siblings.
Memorial contributions may be made to Zion's Reformed United Church of Christ, 260 Main St., Greenville, PA 16125.
We are so sad to hear of Libby’s passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Libby and Ray’s mom, Jane, were such good friends for many years. May your memories give you comfort at this time.
We are so sorry about your mother. She was a sweet lady. We always enjoyed seeing her out and about. She always asked us about our family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Sorry to hear of about your mom. Once I learned of it a whole lot of memories came back of our growing up years. Me at your house, you at mine, I wish I could see you all, My thoughts and prayer are with
all of you.
You have our sympathy. Thinking of you all with thoughts and prayers. She was a real sweet lady.
With heartfelt sympathy. She was a special Zion,s friend. Ron and Betty Mink.
If there were ever an award for the finest neighbor, the most gracious and sweetest lady ever, it would surely go to our Mrs. Aubel. Even in my grown up years, I think I never felt comfortable calling her Libby. The memories are endless in my heart and mind from growing up and sharing a driveway with our family. The many talks from our kitchen sink windows, to porch and yard time. She was always there for us, as we so tried to be there for her. Mom and I went to see her before they came to live in Tennessee last year, she didn’t remember us, but it did our hearts good to see her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Thank you for sharing her with the Boyd family for so many years. What an amazing and wonderful lady we had the privilege of calling our God given family.