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Barbara Bird

Fort Smith, Arkansas

Jan 1, 1932 – Oct 5, 2019 (Age 87)

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Barbara Bird Barbara Bird went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, in Fort Smith. She was a graduate of Alma High School and attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville for two years. She married Jim Bird on June 22, 1952. Barbara enjoyed working at home while...

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Barbara was such a special lady and I couldn't have asked for a better friend and mentor to be placed in my life. I loved her dearly and will always miss her. I have too many memories to write. I always knew whenever I talked to her it was going to be a great conversation. I would to thank Birdie, Leslye, and Amy for sharing their mother with me. She loved you kids so much and was proud of you all. She loved talking about your kids and your grandkids. Always had a smile on her face and joy in...

Amy, Im so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was such a sweet lady, You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

To the Bird family:

Mrs Bird (as we in the neighborhood respectfully called her). What a woman!!! I have so may wonderful and fun memories of your lovely mother. She was like a second mother to me for so many years, and for those years I will always be grateful. Her backdoor was always open. My mother enjoyed her reciprocal visits through our backdoor for their "chats". She made growing up in our neighborhood simply idyllic, by her love and care for all of us. I...

Cara and family, we are thinking of you at this time.
Grandma's have a special place in our hearts.
Love ya, Bill and Jeanetta

Love to all! What a special lady that made so many memories
In our thoughts and prayers.
the Sagely's

I see the funeral is Saturday, I will be praying
for all during that time. I regret that we will
be unable to share this time with you other than
in our hearts and souls.
God Bless, Always,
Kay Ward and family.

Dear family, Clay told me of your Mother's
passing. We all send our deepest sympathy.


She was a special person to all of us, always
welcoming us into her home and family. We are
so thankful to have known her, your Dad and all
the other Ward and Bird family.
May she rest in the arms of her favorite person,
Jesus Christ.
Love always, the Ward family in Louisiana