I was one of her students in elementary school. It was a joy to be in her class, and I still sing some of the songs that she taught me. I am certain that she is singing in the big choir in the sky.
Bob and Family,
So sorry to hear of Barb's passing. You're both missed here at Big Tree. God's peace with you and your family.
A very special person that I was able to share my Franklin College and Delta Zeta days . I will never forget her voice. I never got tired of hearing her sing. What a blessing. Delta Zeta love to you Barbara. Sue Davis
Our family has wonderful memories of Barbara and we send our sympathies to you all. May God's strength bless you at this time; we send love. Doug, Donna, Kevin and Kristin Kelley
So sorry to hear of this sad news. Remember Barbara singing for our Big Tree Church....we were blessed by her voice. Our condolences to Bob and rest of the family.
Our condolences to you and the family.
Fred & Elaine Espinoza
Olive Branch Ms
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
So sorry to hear your sad news,
Bob, via Betty. Blessings from the Lord and give you comfort and strength. I talked with the Lord asking for strength often when my husband died. Just remember Barb is at peace now and peace to you.
My condolences go out to husband Bob and family in the passing of his wife.
William C. Legan
New Albany, IN
So surprised and sad to hear the news. I will always remember Barbara singing "Oh, Holy Night" at a Christmas program at Woodland School, oh, so long ago!
My deepest sympathy and prayers for the entire family. Barb was one of those special people in my family's life. She taught so many to think with a song and to enjoy life. All of this with a smile on her face and joy in her soul. God Bless. She will be missed by so many.
I knew Barbara from Delta Zeta. She was one of the mentors that tried to keep the sorority active. I know she will be missed by so many.
Madeline and I want you to know that we love you and are praying for your peace of mind in your time of stress and turmoil over Barb's death. She as so well loved by all of us who knew her.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Barbara was a wonderful friend, great sorority sister, and someone to really admire. Our friendship goes back to 1954 at Franklin College. She also married one of my best childhood friends. She will be missed by all. Judy and Loehr
So sad for your loss but we all know she is celebrating in Heaven! Love you Aunt Barbara. Jon and Liz