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August 14, 2018

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January 25, 2018
Bill, I just learned of your loss but after the funeral, and am so sorry that you had another loss, but also I'm glad that you each found another with whom you both could share more of your lives. Best wishes to you.
January 19, 2018
Jason and Adam, time can never erase the memory of Aunt Barb and how beautiful she was. A very early role model for me! Condolences on your lose. Your cousin, Donna
January 18, 2018
To the entire Wagner, Massaro, Wilson family.....my heart goes out to you. I met Barb and the rest of the Wagner family when my sister Jan started dating their brother Wayne. Barb has always been a beautiful, classy, funny, loving person. We had such good times together growing up. Going to dances, ceramic classes and once to the Playboy Mansion for a party. Her bosses couldn't attend so they gave the tickets to Barb....what a blast! I drove her to meet Fred for the first time in a restaurant parking lot. Her brother Danny talked her into this meeting. Barb said "If I don't like his looks, keep driving". Needless to say she did like his looks and the rest is history.
A few years after Fred died, Barb met Bill. I've never had the pleasure of getting to know him but everyone says he's a wonderful man and shared the same sense of humor as Barb. Thank you Bill for coming into Barb's life and loving her so completely.
I'm so sad for all of you but thankful to have had her in my life. Till we meet again Barb, I love you.

Judy Ridderhoff Smith
January 18, 2018
Dear Uncle Bill,
Our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We are sorry that we can't be there for Barbara's service today. She certainly brought great light and laughter to the room and the people around her, especially you. Sad to see her leave before her time. I know she will be missed by many. We're wishing for much peace and health to be with you. With love.