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July 22, 2018

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January 17, 2017
Barb's family; You have deepest sympathy, she was a great neighbor when I child. She will be never forgotten. Rest in Peace Barb.
January 15, 2017
I enjoyed hearing Barb's hearty laugh, working with her for 21 years in St. Mary's School Library, sharing coffee and cookies with her in her impeccably kept home, and trying to learn from her how to knit or crochet caps and dish cloths. I will miss her.
We send our sympathy to her sister, brother and their families.
Carol and Joe Timmins
January 15, 2017
I always enjoyed talking to Barbara. It felt good to do something good for me and her. It was hard on me when I heard she died. I always visited her when I had the time and sometimes right before dinner. I even visited her when she was in she nursing home.
January 14, 2017
I knew Barbara for many years and visited her in the Melrose Nursing Home in October and in her own home on many other occasions.

I was delighted to be part of her 80th birthday celebration in April. Every year she asked that a mass be celebrated at Saint Benedict's Monastery on her deceased older sister, Sister Jane's birthday. I always hosted her and invited her to stay for dinner.

Life was not easy for Barbara; she was often lonely. I am grateful to have known her and wish her the fullness of life . I regret being unable to attend the funeral as I am presently in Toronto.
My sympathy to her brother, Jack, to her sister, Mary, to her nieces and nephews and extended family. Peace and blessings.