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March 01, 2015

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November 27, 2012
Drew, Your Mother and I struck up an instant working friendship and reading the article written about your birth now answers the "why" for me. I thankfully disregarded similar warnings and too raised my son alone. Your Mom must have known that; yet we never spoke specifically on the subject. She had too much class; her manners were impeccable.
I know this; you were always the love of her life.
You are blessed.
Kathy Strickler
October 30, 2012
She will be missed. Always a gracious lady and someone I looked up to. My condolences Drew. All my best.
October 8, 2012
Losing Barbara is a profound loss to those who called her friend. Her pleasure in the simple things was something I hope I can embrace every day. She loved her little garden, Nash, the birds, her Christmas-wrapping dining room table, making pickles, baking cookies, watching the old and great movies, having some chocolate, swimming, observing, writing, sharing. Some of the other friends who've contributed to this guest book have remarked on her regal and stately beauty. I can certainly appreciate how one woman followed her out of the store and down the street. Barbara was someone you didn't want to lose sight of. Then ... and now.

And it warms my heart to see a remembrance from the Lark and from Stone Harbor people. Stone Harbor brought so much delight to Barbara and for all the things Barbara brought to her readers and friends, (and every reader felt like her friend) - we're happy that Barbara found so much pleasure in her special places - Stone Harbor, the stage, NYC, and Pittsburgh. And her very special people ... like dear Grace and sweet Sophie, (who she referred to as 'the best medicine' always), Drew and Maggie; Arnold Z, Tom Julian, her lunch friends, old friends, neighbors, and the fascinating people she met and shared.

It's a measure of how very special she was, to feel such loss. But I'm beyond thankful she was my friend.

Rest in peace, Barbara.
October 3, 2012
I am so very sorry to learn of your
Mother's passing. I, too, had breast
cancer when she first did. I wrote to
her and I was delighted that she wrote
back to me...a perfect stranger. Now,
I have cancer again and I will remember
how brave she was. With sympathy,
Linda Zacur
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