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1923 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Doris T. Barlow Obituary
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November 11, 2016
Our love and thoughts are will you all. I know she will be so missed, as the matriarch of her devoted family.
All of our love, Jamie, Greg, Tanner, and Tyler.
November 9, 2016
November 9, 2016
She had a long and interesting life and I'm grateful that 38 of my years were wrapped up with her. She was an independent, loving, talented, philanthropic woman.
She loved us like her very own and especially my Dad.
With her carpet that looked like bricks and her awesome sliding couches on the enclosed porch and her toilet paper box that was built into the bathroom wall with the button you pushed to gain access, to her giant front yard and our regular games of Bocci ball- her cheery yellow house was the place that only good things happened.
She loved her town of Moorestown and loved to drive us around pointing out houses of note...i.e. the house of the guy who invented the squeegee mop. She loved the Happy Hippo and Talbot's and NASA Diner. Even after she relocated to Kentucky, I continued to drive by her house and imagine her there- I'm going to pass by today.
Until recently, even with a mind that was failing her, my calls were always greeted with the words I've heard since I was 3 years old..."Heidi honey....."
She was proud of me and told me often- school, work, motherhood she would tell me in conversation and in greeting cards, that I was doing a great job.... Even when I knew otherwise.
Jodi and I were her flower girls, when she found love again and married Tom Barlow and, along with Patty, we were the bells of the ball at her fancy party at Tavistock Country Club . We loved him too, and tried to add the Barlow "B" to her name, but it never stuck bc she was always going to be our Mrs. T.
She had her own candle at each of our Bat Mitzvahs and beamed with pride, even though her faith was different from ours. And she always wished us "Mazel Tov" when good things happened!
When Brian and I got engaged, she took us out to Charlie Brown's and this elegant, nearly 80 year old woman, always dressed up with hair done and makeup on, ordered herself the biggest beer they offered, to the amusement of the bartender.
I have a million more stories and memories tucked away in my mind.
Her passing marks the loss of the last of my childhood greats, though I was lucky to have her well into adulthood.
I have her Fiestaware mixing bowls and many of her paintings hang in my house and several pieces of her China collection sit on my shelves, so I will always be able to look around and "see" her.
But I will miss her forever.❤