Condolence: Barbara and I have known one another since we were 4 and 5 years old, we grew up in the same neighborhood. We played with each other every summer until I moved at age 13 and we still kept in touch. Mrs Margie Weir was like a second Mother to me. My family and I have many fond memories of Barbara, she had the best sense of humor, as do all the Weirs.
When Barbara was at my house playing and it was time for us to eat dinner my Father would say “Barbara I hear your Mother calling” Barbara would go home and then come back and say “My Mother wasn’t calling” and then she would just sit and have dinner with us.
Barbara and her sister Susie celebrated part of our honeymoon in Puerto Rico with us.
I have uploaded some photos the first is Barbara, my sister Patricia, my brother George and me on the steps of the apartment building where we lived. The next was taken at my engagement party and the last is Barbara, Susie and my husband Bob Craft in Puerto Rico.
Barbara loved life and always arranged nice trips. For her sixtieth birthday my sister Patricia and I spent a weekend with Barbara at a Pennsylvania resort we had a good time with a spa day, sightseeing and good food.
Barbara will be missed by her family and friends. I wish her family and friend peace during this difficult time.
May God have mercy on her soul.
Janet Gerard Craft and Bob Craft
The Gerard Family
Condolence: To Barbs Family,
You are in our thoughts and prayers. So hard to lose your Mom. Hold all those good memories close.
We met Barb thru her bus trips to Rehoboth Beach. She loved it there. We will miss those trips with her. So glad our paths in life crossed with hers.
Take care. Dottie Jamison & Sisters