Ann B. Barnes
Ann B. Barnes of Needham, formerly of Holliston died on November 28 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Needham at the age of 86. Former wife of the late Stanley R. Barnes, she leaves two sons Brice Barnes of Southlake, TX, and Bruce Barnes of Holliston, MA; four beloved grandchildren Amanda, Cynthia, Christopher, and Noelle; and a sister Louise Husted of Camp Hill, PA. Ann was born in Bedford, PA and graduated Hood College. Ann had been a member of the Wellesley Country Club and once served as Chairwomen of the Crittenton Hastings House in Boston (Jamaica Plain). She was a long time active member of the Congregational Church in Needham and a volunteer at the Senior Center in Holliston. A memorial service will be held at the Richard Davis Funeral Home 373 Court St. (Rte 3A) N. Plymouth on Wednesday December 5 at 11:00 AM with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery Plymouth. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Holliston Senior Center On-line condolences may be made at richarddavisfuneralhome.com

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Published by The Ashland Tab from Dec. 4 to Dec. 11, 2012.
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nan I will never forget everything you have done for me. We used to watch everyone loves raymond and the golden girls together. We have have chocolate chip cookies while watching those shows. Every saterday we went to needham. You would get your hair done while i walked around and looked at the stores. You would always give me 10 dollars to go to the candy store and let me get my favorite kind of candy. Every week I always looked forward to saterday. After you were done getting your hair done we would go to not your average joes. You would get the same sandwhich and I would always get a pizza. You told me one day I would turn into one because I ate soo much pizza growing up. It always made me laugh. You were the best grandmother anyone could ever have. I love you and miss you soo much
Noelle Barnes
December 3, 2012
Nan thank you for being the best grandmother anyone could ever have. I will always remember sitting on your bed watching the golden girls and everyone loves raymond. We would always laugh together. I remember going to needham every saterday. You would be getting your hair done and I would go shopping. Those were the best times we had together. And every saterday we would go to not your average joes to eat. You would always get a sandwhich and I would get a pizza. You told me I would turn into a pizza one day because I ate it soo much. I love you nan and I will never forget everything you did for me.
Noelle Barnes
December 3, 2012
Bruce, Stephanie, Amanda, Cindy, Chris and Noelle ~I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother, mother-in-law, grandmother. May all the memories of being together throughout the years bring a smile to your face with you think of her! You will be in our thoughts and prayers ~ Sue, Steve, Christine, John and Alex
December 3, 2012
I love you, I'll miss you every day, and I'll never forget every memory you gave me:

All the breakfasts you and I shared when you would shake your head because I loaded my half of your grapefruit with sugar because it was gross; and the other half to your english muffin you shared with me always covered i
n apricot preserves.
How you would always buy the large box of tea, only because it came with the ceramic animal you always knew I wanted.
How you pretended you didn't know I was lying when I told you I broke my wrist by tripping on the porch, when I had twigs and leaves in my hair from the tree I fell out of.
Thank you for coming to every school play, every chorus concert, and every band concert, every basketball game, and now matter how much you tried to convince me band was cool, it never was.
Thank you for so many laughs as we spent hours watching "The Nanny" and letting me stay up late to do so.
The way you would always say "Oh, Cyndi" whenever I showed you my tattoos I got, because you always hated them and said, "I don't care how pretty you think it is Cyndi, its ugly and its there forever I hate them." It always made me chuckle.

Thank you for being the best grandmother any child could ask for, you lived with us, and helped raise me to be the person I am today. I can only hope you're looking down and you're proud of who I am, and know that I thank you for a lot of it.

I love you & I will never forget all of our memories we made, and I only hope I can learn to deal with it all.

With love and XXX (because "hugs are the best part")

RIP Nan
I hope they have you in your golden chair you deserve, and you know you will always be in my heart. ?
Cynthia Barnes
December 3, 2012
I love you Nan. Thank you for all the memories I will cherish and share for the rest of my life. You helped raise me to be the person I have grown to be and I am sorry you won't be here to see me continue to grow. I love you and can't ever thank you enough for all that you have done but hope you get to watch from above as I continue to make you proud.
Cynthia Barnes
December 3, 2012
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