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Barbara Blackwell Obituary
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July 15, 2018

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January 24, 2017
Dear Bob,
So sorry to hear about Barbara. I did not know or I would have gone to her funeral. I was her exact age and born in the same hospital. Take care and God be with you. Shirley Allen
December 10, 2016
So sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. We worked together at Aiken High School. She was very helpful and supportive to me as a special education teacher. She shared ideas, materials, and time. She always included me in activities within the science department. My prayers to the family.

Janet Koehler
December 8, 2016
Dear Bob and Family,
Throughout the years that Barbara and I worked together as both friends as well as science
department colleagues at Aiken High School, I so appreciated and admired Barbara's dedication to her biology, physical science, and chemistry students. Barbara always went the extra mile in planning her lessons.
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas , she drew on her horticulture skills in having her students plant paper white bulbs so that they could watch their own individual bulbs grow and bloom---just in time for them to take them home and give them to a loved one.
Barbara had excellent leadership schools serving as the chairwoman of the science department for many years. She even made our monthly science meetings special by having each of us take turns bringing in snacks, an early dinner, dessert (and often Barbara would bring in her wonderful chocolate cake from her favorite Northside bakery
(Bonomini's). THANK YOU, DEAR BARBARA!!!!
I loved Barbara's wry sense of humor and her
acceptance of her classroom clock supplied by C.P.S.; it never worked correctly, and for some unscientific weird reason, the hands moved backwards. She didn't take it down, but instead made a "scientific observation lesson" out of it for
her students.
In spite of her own declining health as years went on, Barbara was stalwart in her loving dedication and concern for her students. THANK YOU, DEAR BARBARA!!!
Barbara glowed when she talked about her beloved husband Bob and two beautiful granddaughters Lexie and Cammy. Barbara adored her entire family and was so very proud of her parents, sister, two brothers, daughter Michelle, husband Dave and kind friend Al Krismer. Barbara often spoke of their religious, educational, and professional accomplishments.
Finally, Barbara never forgot her sweet dog Gizmo. When Gizmo became ill and went on to puppy heaven, Barbara's heart was broken. Thank you Gizmo for giving your mom and Dad so much love.
Barbara, Peace be with your spirit, with Bob's and those of your family and friends today and always.
Lovingly,
Your friends in Christ Jesus,
Midge and Aaron Bateman
December 8, 2016