Betty Ellen Hlucky

Betty Ellen Hlucky

October 10, 1948 ‐ August 19, 2021
Betty Ellen Hlucky
Birthplace: Resided In: Westlake, Ohio Visitation: August 26, 2021

Betty Ellen Hlucky (nee Byrd). Born October 10, 1948 and went home August 19, 2021. Daughter of the late Rubel and Zoeann Byrd. Loving wife of John for 36 years. Dear mother of Russell Warner (Kristin) and Ronald Warner (Suzy). Grandmother of Taylor, Isabella, Logan and Kaitlyn. Sister of Doug Byrd (dec.), Kevin Byrd (dec.) (Carol), and Gloria Kelsey (Paul dec.). Betty worked 26 years at Rocky River Kensington Middle School as a custodian. She loved to cruise and travel, Belize was her favorite and her last trip was to Hawaii. Friends and family will be received from 4-7 pm on Thursday, August 26 at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake. Burial at Green Hill Cemetery, Hettie, West Virginia.  In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Jude Children's Hospital. She was my Angel on Earth, God has called her home. Until we meet again I loved you so much and will miss you dearly. Love John

Guest Comments

Dan Williams

Loved Bettys sense of humor&kind heart,she will be missed but never forgotten.Love you John

Daniel Hart


Nancy Bondy
Avon, OH

I was fortunate enough to work with Betty at Kensington. She always had a smile and kind word for everyone.
My sincerest condolences.

Meredith Reese Muccio
Rocky River

Betty was so kind to me during my first year as a teacher (and for many following years) in Rocky River. She always had a smile and kind words to say. My heart is sad to hear this news. Take care!

Jackie Seedhouse
Fairview Park

Betty found my engagement ring that had been missing for ten months. She is an Angel on earth. Until we see you again, Betty, May the Perpetual Light shine upon you.

Douglas Troup
Euclid Ohio

I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. John I will share a prayer for her and you. John, I’m sorry I can’t make the wake ( prior engagement scheduled). Please accept my condolences and stay strong, I’m sure she was an outstanding person and enjoyed life. Lov ya brother.

Craig MacDonald
Sheffield Village

Sorry for your loss ! I was so happy to have Betty as my room cleaner. We had great conversations daily and she had the best laugh. Prayers to the family.

Lori Sollenberger

I was lucky to work with Betty at Kensington. She was such a light. The world was better because she was in it.

Patty Lesondak

So sorry! She was a dear sweet cousin. Will always remember our childhood days, visiting with all the Gibson family on the WV farm. Prayers for her family.

Cheryl Zenko
Rocky River, Ohio

Betty was so kind and welcoming to me when I first started teaching at Kensington. She was such a dear person with a kind and loving heart. Betty surely made her mark in the RRCS and undoubtedly made this world a better place!

Susan and Nick Hadick
The Woodlands TX 77382

We miss you. We love you.