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August 03, 2019
What a wonderful tribute you wrote of Barb. Barb left an imprint on many people's heart in her journey through life.We are so happy to have met you and Barb, and enjoyed camping in our motor homes, and the great times we visited and played cards and games together. Johnny and I (Cheryl) also miss her.In time your heart will heal, but you will never forget the "LOVE OF YOUR LIFE".
July 31, 2019
I will miss my wife, my absolute soul mate in my daily life forever, however long that may be. We enjoyed our almost 50 years together by being each other's friend and confidant. We found that looking beyond the little things that sometimes cloud a relationship was right for us, and it worked!! We laughed, we cried we had good times and not so good times but through it all we had each other and each of us knew that. It was never taken for granted, it was just "there". As her time grew near she confided in a very good friend that she wasn't scared, she wasn't angry but she was worried about me. It was so typical of her and reflected how she lived her life and her desire to help others. We would say "I love you" many times throughout each day and those words never lost their meaning.

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