Barbaranne Humbert

Marysville, Pennsylvania

1957 - 2019


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Barbaranne "B" Broderick Humbert, of Marysville, PA, died May 7, 2019 at home with her hubby, sons, and sisters beside her. She was born July 26, 1957 in Key West Florida naval base to the late William Francis Broderick, Jr and Barbara Anne Bauer Broderick. She graduated Salutatorian in...

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Sorry for your great loss, may God's loving kindness comfort and help you through this difficult time.
Ps. 51:17-JW

Barb was a warm, vivacious person always willing to help others. Her energy was contagious and she always had a good attitude. She will be greatly missed.

Stanley and family,

Thinking of you and your family at this time of loss. I was so glad you and Barb came to the Township office the beginning of April. You and Barb are both true public servants at heart. I remember an evening many years ago when Barb was supposed to attend the Planning Commission meeting. I was there late b/c of a computer issue. Barb spent the evening with me in the office resolving the problem. When I said, you need to go to your meeting. She said, Oh they...

May the peace and grace of God heal you as you and your loved ones grieve the loss of Barbaranne. Our deepest sympathy. May Barbaranne rest in peace......

I am so sorry to see this. Bea was one of the best person to deal with at PennDot when it involved her line of work. She was such a darling. She will be sorely missed. A dedicated worker and enjoyable to work with. My condolences to her family, we loved her at PennDot.

Stan, extending my deepest condolences to you and your family. Bea was a great lady and friend. She always had a smile on her face.

I was glad to know and work with Bea at PennDOT for the past eleven years. She had a great deal of first-hand knowledge of the telecommunications infrastructure in most of the agency's offices all around the state. Not only did she freely teach all who wanted to learn but she made detailed notes that will prove invaluable in the future. She was one of the hardest working, most driven people I have ever met. But she still took time out for people and loved her family dearly. A remarkable...

My heart is with you Terri, Robin, Stan, Bill, Rich, and all family members. May God bless you with His peace in this time of sorrow. I have joyful memories of the few times I was around Barbaranne. Looking forward to seeing her in heaven.

Stan, Bill and Rich,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Barbaranne was a beautiful person, inside and out. We will miss her smiling face, her kindness and sweet personality, but she will never be forgotten. Take comfort knowing she is with our Father in Heaven and you will be reunited in eternity.
Sandy Corl