Guestbook for Barbara L. Woodman
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BARB RIP OUR DEAR FRIEND AND CLASSMATE.
From Dan McBride

9:16 pm - 07/14/19


I'm so sorry for your loss. Having grown up on Rogers St. together, we shared many young memories of growing up in Milton. She was a special, indeed, and will be missed by many.
From Ginny Smitley Otto

3:49 pm - 06/25/19


Love that Lady's smile! Barb touched many lives with her warmth and outgoing personality. I feel blessed to have had her as my friend. God bless
From Lonnie (Hadow) Brown

7:07 pm - 06/20/19


I was saddened to hear of "Woody's" passing. I hadn't seen her since our 50th High School Reunion. Remember passing her in the halls & in classes; she was always bubbly & smiling. At least now she is at peace. Praying for her family.
From Carol Traxler Richardson

3:01 pm - 06/12/19


We shared in many Milton growing up years and were school classmates - class of '66. May she now RIP. our sympathy to all her family.
From Jennifer Carlson Johnson

7:54 am - 06/10/19


Barby was my longest and oldest friend, being six months and one week older than I was. She’d always laugh about that. We were the “Birthday Babes.” We met over forty years ago as Presidents of different Deerfield organizations. I never met anyone with such an adventurous spirit and a diva attitude. How she loved her Betty Boop, leather, furs, and convertible! We had some great adventures, especially a Chenille Sisters cruise and a road trip to Florida with stops in Nashville for music and Paducah for quilting. I will miss her forever.
From Kathleen Daley

4:57 am - 06/07/19


Jim & Bill -- I was so saddened to see Barbara has passed. I have still have memories and pictures of living in Charlie Bluff and you three kids being early playmates. God bless.
From Robbyn Richardson Lowry

8:23 am - 06/06/19


Sorry to hear of Barb's passing. I was glad she was able to attend our 50th high school reunion in 2016. Paul Johnson Milton Union '66
From Paul M Johnson

6:21 am - 06/06/19


I met Barb a few months after her Mom passed. We were part of a support group at Agrace Hospice. Barb & I were part of an 8 person group of ladies who remained close after the formal support group ended. Barb's sparkle brightened our monthly luncheons. After her stroke, we found ways to make sure Barb was always included in our luncheons. She was a source of joy in my life & will be missed. The smiles Barb brought will always remain with me.
From Loret Thill

6:59 am - 06/02/19