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Mary Hickey

In Loving Memory

Hickey, Mary Elizabeth “Libby”

Hickey, Mary Elizabeth “Libby” (nee Ervin) Thursday February 1, 2024. Beloved wife of Jamie Hickey. Dear mother of David (Jenni) Brewer. Dear granny of Katelynn, Cody, Kacie and Kara. Dear sister of Chuck (Kathy) Ervin, Wayne Ervin Jr., Lisa (Mark) Palazzolo and Lance Sr. (Andrea) Ervin. Dear daughter of the late Wayne Sr. and Betty Ervin. Our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Saturday February 10, 10:00 am until service at 12:00 noon. Interment Shepherd Hills Cemetery.


13 thoughts on “Hickey, Mary Elizabeth “Libby””

  1. So proud to say she was my cousin and one of the most wonderful women I’ve ever known. Loved by everyone. Even though her illness brought fatigue and suffering, she was always focusing on everybody else. The world has lost a shining star but heaven has welcomed a sister who is now with her eternal family.

  2. Libby was my 1st cousin, even though we lived miles apart we stayed close in touch. Every time my dad (Paul) walked into the room she would say, “Hey Bubba!” I never knew why she and some of the other nieces called him that. However, I guess it was with the same sentiment that I call my oldest brother Bubba. It is just a true sentiment of love. Well my friends and family I know when she reached heaven and walked in she was greeted by many too many to list, but when she saw my dad I know she said, “Hey Bubba!”, and he said hey girl I’ve been waiting on you and gave her a big hug. I am so sad she is gone she will be truly missed, but to know she and my dad are no longer in pain is a true blessing. I know that God’s will was done, and for that I say to God be the Glory and Amen.

  3. Not going to say goodbye just going to say until we meet again big sister. You are one of the most kindest sweetest persons I know that has ever walked to this earth. I’m so grateful for the time God gave us together. I know you are so proud of your son and jenni and your grandchildren. You’re heart just welled up every time you talked about them. Thank you for always being there and being the person I could always come to talk to about anything. Your memory will live on in the countless number of people you have helped. We talked many times about how we feel about our internal life and peace and Serenity. That we were going to get through to our lord jesus christ. There won’t be a day that goes by that I won’t think about you and look forward to our reunion. Love you now and always you’re little brother wayne

  4. So grateful to be a part of your life and family Libby! Thank you for always being so kind and loving towards me. You couldn’t have known how much it would mean to me. I’m thankful for the many ways you and your family has been there for me and for the love always shared. You will forever be in my heart.

  5. I’ve been thinking about you an awful lot lately, I know that you’re resting peacefully in the arms of Jesus, but I’m sure going to miss you Libby!
    Dawna B

  6. Prayers for family and friends. I think of her sweet smile and how she always seemed really interested in whoever she was talking to. Souls like that, it seems, get called home to Heaven far too early. I believe they become our Guardian Angels and therefore ALWAYS able to be with us. Blessed to have met her.
    Glenn F.


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