Calling Hours:
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 4:00-6:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home & Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA

Masonic Service:
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 6:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home & Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
F&AM Eureka Lodge#290

Burial will be in Warren County Memorial Cemetery

William K. Barrett, age 85, of Greenville passed away Saturday, January 11, 2020.

He was born on February 24, 1934 in Warren, PA. He began his career as a stock clerk at the local Loblaw's grocery store and worked his way up the ladder to management. He later became a produce Supervisor for Loblaw's and going to stores in Ohio, New York, and PA and a sales manager for S.M. Flickenger Co. even during retirement he continued working in the grocery business.

William received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Navy in 1954 and the Army National Guard in 1964, serving over 11 years. His decorations include Marksman Rifle M-1 and Sergeant First Class Grade E-6, Co A. He was a devoted loving husband and father. In addition to spending time with family, he enjoyed golfing and fishing . He also went on an annual canoe trip with family for 30 years, his last trip was at the age of 80.

On September 10, 1977 Bill married the former Stella Dallas, she survives. Also surviving are his sons, Andrew (Tami) Barrett of Greenville, NC, Jon (Tina) Barrett of Olean, NY, Mike
(Lynn) Barrett of Margate, FL, a daughter, Julie Monroe (David Maggio) of Fredonia, NY; two sisters, Leota Jones and Jean Swartz both of Warren, PA; two brothers, Dick Barrett of Warren, PA and Ray (Leona) Barrett of Greencastle, PA; nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents Hugh O. and Mae (English) Barrett, a brother Hugh (Elton) Barrett and a son, Robert W. Barrett. He was a Freemason of the Enchanted Mountain Lodge of Olean, NY being a member for 45 years. He had also been a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

Memorial contributions may be made to Kindred Hospice, 3124 Wilmington Rd., #108, New Castle, PA 16105 or St. Paul's Senior Living Community, 339 E. Jamestown Rd., Greenville, PA 16125.



  1. Rita L. Breinz (formerly Peters) Rita L. Breinz (formerly Peters)
    January 14, 2020    

    To all the family, I worked with Stella for many years at Werner’s and remember Bill talking about the family when we would go to lunch. Julie, you would not remember but I purchased some dolls from Stella that were yours and still have them in the same boxes. Many good memories of Bill and Stella, lunches with the Werner group, Mary Ellen Kidd, Marilyn Dambacher, Carol Noble. We have lost touch over the years. My sincere sympathy to all the family. I will keep all of you in my prayers for strength and support at this difficult time.
    Rita L. Breinz ( irishcoffeeme727@gmail.com )

  2. Sheila Englisg Bean Sheila Englisg Bean
    January 14, 2020    

    Sorry for your loss of your father, grandfather, and great grandfather

  3. Sheila English Bean Sheila English Bean
    January 14, 2020    

    I posted the name wrong sorry . Sorry for your loss

  4. The Beck Family The Beck Family
    January 14, 2020    

    There are no words to express the kind of person Bill was, having been his neighbor-friend for twenty years I can honestly say I have never met a kinder, selfless and just an all around good guy in my life! He loved his Family with all his heart ! He will forever be missed, We love you Bill Rest easy my friend! !

  5. Patricia Gilmore Patricia Gilmore
    January 14, 2020    

    John and I had the privledge of meeting Bill and Stella thru our daughter Birdy. they were at all of the Beck functions, especially Alexa’s birthday parties. He was such a wonderful man and friend to Brad and Birdy. Bill told Birdy not to wish him back but to cherish all of their great memories that they made together. I am very proud of my daughter for the way that she stepped up and helped Bill right to the end. I am so glad that Bill was such a good friend to Birdy, Brad and Lexi but to John and I as well. I will miss that every time I saw Bill he would say HI MOM. RIP our dear friend. Patricia Gilmore

  6. Kristie Hertel Kristie Hertel
    January 15, 2020    

    To the Barrett family,

    I have been a co-work of Andy’s for many years. Although I did not know his dad personally, I wanted to make sure the family knew they were in my thoughts and prayer!.

  7. Brian Kytchak D.C. Brian Kytchak D.C.
    January 15, 2020    

    so sorry to hear that Bill has passed. He was a very nice person. My heart felt condolences.

  8. Tom Johnson Tom Johnson
    February 7, 2020    

    Hi Stella and family…………I just heard about Bill passing a couple of days ago. He enjoyed a full and happy life surrounded by family and friends. I enjoyed all the time I got to spend with Bill,you,your kids,and the rest of the Clan. Lots of great memories. Know that you and yours are in my thoughts and prayers.

  9. Betty Ellis Betty Ellis
    April 18, 2020    

    I worked with Bill in the mid 70’s at Loblaws in Greenville, Pa. He was such a nice guy. I was just thinking about him the other day and wondered what he was doing. Deepest sympathy to the family.

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