Friday, March 9, 2018, 1:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Rev. David A. Dobi, officiating
Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Greenville
Memorial contributions may be made to Concordia
Hospice, 134 Marwood Rd., Cabot, PA 16023.
A. Virginia Lambert, age 86, of Butler, PA and formerly of S. Mercer St. Greenville, passed away Saturday morning, February 24, 2018 in Butler.
She was born in New Castle, PA on April 23, 1931 to Ellis “Clair” and Laura (Gilliland) Rodawalt. She had attended Hermitage Schools and had been employed in the housekeeping department of St. Paul's. She was of the Protestant faith and she enjoyed refinishing furniture, attending garage sales and shopping.
On August 18, 1949 she married John E. Lambert, Sr., he passed away January 13, 2008.
Surviving are two daughters, Susan Gregory and her husband James and Karen Hillwig and her husband Walt, all of Butler; a son, John E. Lambert, Jr. and his wife Pat of Orlando, FL; five grandchildren, Rachel Ockree, Matthew Solla, Jennifer Solla, Jessica Mason and Nicole Lambert and seven great-grandchildren, Natalie Solla, Madelyn Ockree, John Mason, Jayden Leavell, Miyah Cole, Mariah Cole and Elijah Cole.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and four brothers, Ernie Rodawalt, Kenneth Rodawalt, Glenn Rodawalt, and Donald Rodawalt.
Memorial contributions may be made to Concordia Hospice, 134 Marwood Rd., Cabot, PA 16023.
Karen, Susan & the complete family, Our thought & prayers are with you all at this time of sadness. We was saddened to get the news that our dear friend Ginny has passed away. She was the sweetest lady that we have ever meant. I will miss her phone calls. May she finally be at PEACE now with the love of her life, her husband John. Rest in Peace Ginny.
Soar with the Angels Gin you will be remembered with love. Susie, Karen and John, so sorry for your loss, she will be at peace, she is home. Gin was the best neighbor ever, we had so much fun, loved her dearly, Shirley Zarnick , Paula and Joni
Our thoughts are with you during this time of loss. We’ll treasure the memories of Aunt Ginny and Uncle John and the place they hold in our hearts. It seems like yesterday we’d visit with them in their home on South Mercer Street as kids. I’ll always remember the kindness and warmth she exuded in everything she did.
Dear Suzie and family,
Your mother and I have stayed in touch ever since she left Baltimore. It was always such a comfort to me just to know that she was there. She was on my mind this morning and I just googled her name. What sadness I am feeling seeing her obituary. I so enjoyed seeing all those wonderful pictures of her over the years. They filled in the gap of time and it was like I had a visit with her. I will miss her dearly. I know that she is with the Father and your Dad and is finally at peace. I know I will see her again, probably sooner than later. She was a blessing to me all these years. If I close my eyes I can hear her laugh. My prayers are with you and her family. God be with you.