Barbara Ann Schley Colwell

October 17, 1944 - November 4, 2010
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Barbara passed into the waiting arms of Her Lord, Jesus, at Robinson Memorial Hospital, Ravenna, and will be expecting the rest of her family.She was a Laborer for the former Chardon Rubber for 20 years, retiring in 1998. Following her retirement, it was extremely important to spend quality time with her grandchildren. Barbara was aContinue Reading

Charmaine Brink-Smith left a message on November 9, 2010:
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I will always remember how kind Barb was. May all your precious memories bring you comfort and peace.
Phyllis left a message on November 8, 2010:
The Sisters will NEVER be the same..........How I will miss you My Sis...I am just so happy we decided to have our sisters birthdays together this year....I'm so sad for myself for losing you, yet so happy for you that you have moved on......I will be with you again dear sister of mine. For that day, I can not wait. I Love You Barbara Ann Schley....My Sis.....
gayle left a message on November 7, 2010:
my sister-woman. Thats who she is to me. She protected me as a little girl, played with me as a little kid, took me on picnics, held me when I cryed. Only 9 yrs. older , but was like a second mama to me growing up. When she married Bob, me and Sheri cyed in their little play cabin cause we both thought we'd never see them again. Low and behold, she probably provided one of the best childhoods a pre-teen could dream of !! What those summers on W98th street meant to us!!She never let us kids down and and was always there for us. Like I said...a second mama. As an adult, she was a confidant and my friend. We argued and fought but always made up. After all...she was my sister. I love you Bobbi.
Caren Parker left a message on November 5, 2010:
best friends for over 30yrs she will be greatly missed.
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