Barbara Ann (Hoover) Kennedy

Barbara Ann (Hoover) Kennedy

Barbara Ann (Hoover) Kennedy, 66, of Crescent Twp., passed away unexpectedly on Friday, December 25, 2020 in her home.  She was born on June 22, 1954 the daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Hoover. She was the Accounting Office Manager for many years at Ron Lewis Automotive Group and has also been working recently for the Airport Auto Mall.  She was a lifetime member of the Crescent Township Fire Department Auxiliary and the Glenwillard Boat Club.  She loved dogs, traveling, the ocean, sand dollars, crafting and flamingos.  She was an amazing caretaker, a wonderful friend, wife and mother.  She was always willing to help and was able to make the best out of any situation.  She was the world’s best Gigi.

She is survived by her husband Kenneth Kennedy, whom she married on February, 14, 1976; her two daughters: Beth & Christopher Lehmier, Moon Twp.; and Lori & Brian Tinlin, Moon Twp.; 4 granddaughters: Kayli Cannon, Morgan Tinlin, Kennedy Lehmier, and Brenna Tinlin; a sister Marilou & Gary Trimmer; and her two dogs: Lefty and Momo.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister Susan Moran and recently her beloved dog, Louie. 

Friends will be received on Tuesday from 2~4pm in the Huntsman Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Moon Twp., 1522 Coraopolis Hts. Rd. Masks and Social Distancing are required.

Memorial Contributions may be made to: Two Ladies Four Paws Rescue at http://twoladiesfourpawsrescue.com

14 thoughts on “Barbara Ann (Hoover) Kennedy

  1. This is very hard to believe , best card player , fine women , wife and mom, prayers for family May memories get you through this time 💕💕💕🙏🏻🙏🏻

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Barb and I went to school together and years later we hooked up again through Facebook. I loved that she shared her adventures with us. My thoughts and prayers are with her beautiful family during this very sad time.

  3. To my cousin Ken and his family , my heart goes out to all of you! May God bless you and be with during this diificult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you always!

  4. My deepest sympathy for this tragic loss of your wife, mother, grandmother. We were best of friends in junior high school…reconnected at our class reunion…so sad

  5. One of my first friends in High School Concert Choir . I was a year younger than everyone else and you were the soprano sitting next to me. We laughed and found the funny in everything. Your gift of sarcasm was a perfect match with mine. We just” got” each other…. then you started liking my neighbor & first childhood crush, Kenny Kennedy. It was a perfect match. My heart is broken for all of us who knew you and loved you .
    Oh how I wish I would have taken the time to visit you and ken at the river last July. You were always so sweet to ask me . Forever sorry 😞
    Prayers for Ken and the family

  6. I am so sorry to hear Barb has passed away😢We went to high school together. She was a very nice person and enjoyed seeing her posts on Facebook. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to her family🙏🏻God bless her family and may she Rest In Peace.
    “Class of 72”

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with you in these troubled times. You will be greatly missed we may have been cousins but thought we were family. May god be with you

  8. Lifting up positive thoughts and sending big hugs to Ken and his family on the sudden passing of Barb. I got to know Barb when she attended our yearly class gatherings with Ken. Such a sweet lady.

  9. So sorry for your loss. I worked with Barb at Airport Auto Mall. She was a character and a classy woman. She will be missed.

  10. Sorry for your loss. I remember Barbara from Bon Meade Elementary. She was a quiet and polite person. Always nice. Praying for your family for peace and comfort.

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