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Elizabeth Marie Barger

Crothersville, Indiana

1935-2013 (Age 78)

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I miss you every single day Mamaw.

Aunt Marie. You especially enriched my youth with your amazing love and compassion. There will always be that special place for you in my heart. You are missed.

Aunt Marie you are the sweetest lady I have ever known you always put others first.I always had the best time at your house as a child.Heaven has the best angel.RIP

dear mom i watched you suffer and tears in your eyes.when the angel of god came to take you home i was so sad but yet happy for your pain and suffering were over.i love you mom and i sure miss you.you will forever be in my heart.RIP till we meet again.

I love you mammaw! I'm going to miss you more than anything. You were the best grandma ever.

Wow grandma its crazy your not with us but your with angels now your such a great women your never be forgotten. Keep the hotwheels track handy love ya grandma :)

I am very sorry for your loss. Please forgive my barging in but your mom looks very much like mine! She was Mattie Jane Parker, daughter of Thomas Parker and Anna Guffy. We know very little about her family except she came from the south; her father played "fiddle" at dances, was a cobbler, and was in the Confederate Army. Thank you and may God continue to bless and keep your family close.

I love you so much Mamaw! You are the reason I am a strong woman. I am thankful that god gave me you as a grandmother. I hope I made you proud of me & I will continue to do so everyday. Watch over us & we will see you again one day! You are the worlds best grandma!!!

Mamaw, ille and bella love you and miss you. I love you more than words can say or than I can express I don't want you to go.I cant let you go. You are the greatest thing i had in my life. My life is empty without you. See you soon I love you. I miss you


Elizabeth's Obituaries

Elizabeth ?Marie? (Parker) Barger, age 78 of Crothersville, passed away on October 14th, 2013 at Schneck Medical Center. Born August 17, 1935 Bedford, VA, she was the daughter of William Melvin (Cemo) Parker and Mary Alice (Farley) Parker. On February 1, 1954 in Valdosta, GA, Marie married...

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