“What a sweet girl living across the street from us on Girard Ave. We all loved her and all her family so long ago! GOD bless.
“Beth - I hope you remember me. We were best friends in grade school. I have so many good memories of your Mother. Back in the old days when we used to walk home for lunch. Your Mom was always so happy to see us and she had prepared us a 3 course lunch. She was such a good cook. She would talk to us about our day and she was always in a great mood and funny. I was always amazed at her knitting and sewing. I loved playing Barbie's at your house because your Mom had sewn so many fancy Barbie...
“I worked with Barb at the Brooklyn Park Library and have such wonderful memories. I am sorry that I didn't see the obituary until after the services. Beth and Brent and the rest of the family my condolences to you.
“Aunt Helen's sister was a wonderful lady. We enjoyed many good times together. God bless you all.
“Our deepest sympathies, Barb was an amazing person.
Tony, Denise, Aaron & Ryan
“Seeing Barb's smile always reminded me of Grandma Gloria's! She was always so sweet to me, I remember celebrating our 3 February birthdays together, and her helping me with my dress for a high school dance! My husband and two children even got to spend time with her, and remember her warm smile, yummy candy and her sweet dog Violet! She will be missed! We are thinking of you all.
“You are in our thoughts, we have many good memories Gordy and Shirley
“Beth & Brent; Ginny, Mary, Shirley and I will miss not having her with us when we play domino's. I'm glad we had those times together & all the laughs we had. So many memories I shared with your mom at North High School and the Mes Amis. I always marveled at her handiwork. She asked me to join her knitting club which I had planned to do but kept procrastinating. I will miss our telephone chats, & her sense of humor. Time has a way of passing by very quickly. Peace be with her...
“To Beth, Brent and all of your families, we are so sorry for your loss. Barb was such a cherished friend, always there to suggest a book or recipe, solve my knitting problem, or share laughter at a story. She had so many interests, it was always fun talking with her. I loved Barb dearly and will miss her ideas, laughter, and love so much. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers, especially at this time.
Pat and Dave Schmidt
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Barbara Jablonski passed away in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Obit is featured in Star Tribune.