In Memory

Barbara Blacher (Robinson)

Barbara Blacher (Robinson)

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06/29/19 04:45 PM #1    

JoAnn Weissman (Fried)

My darling friend, Barbara, died this morning after putting up a good fight against lung disease.  At the end, she couldn’t breathe or eat.  She is now an angel in Heaven as she was here on earth!  Barb was a capable, intelligent, loyal, and loving friend.  As the Chairperson of the 60th class Reunion, I counted on her for help and assistance everyday!  She became my right hand and we were currently working on the Florida Reunion in February, 2020!! I have a huge hole in my heart now and I will miss her forever.  We were a group of 5 close girlfriends and now we’re 4, with and angel looking over us.

On behalf of the class of 1958, I am sending condolences and our sympathies to Barbara’s family with the hope  and prayer that loving memories will help soothe your broken hearts.😢💔😪


06/29/19 06:26 PM #2    

Murray Helfer

I'm shocked and sorrowed by the loss of Barbara. We attended Bagley together and gre up just a few blocks apart. I was happy when Gary told me that they were together again and send my deepest condolences. May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her.

06/30/19 12:21 PM #3    

Linda Tann (Danto)

I am so saddened to hear of Barbara’s passing. She and I reconnected at our 60th reunion and had so much fun together. As Bagley, Post, and Mumford classmates, there was always a special bond even though we were in different groups of friends.  My heart goes out to Barbara’s family and close friends in your time of deep sorrow. 

06/30/19 04:54 PM #4    

Stephanie Glazer (Ettelson)

Barbara and I were good friends in high school.  I always looked forward to seeing her at reunions, especially the 60th.  I had no idea that she was so ill.  We had a good visit.  Always enthusiastic, always caring, always smiling.  I rememver her with love and a great deal of sadness at her passing.  May her memory  be for a blessing and my sincere condolences to her family and friends.

Stephanie Glazer Ettelson


06/30/19 07:52 PM #5    

Judith Rose (Adelman)

she lived with style and grace I remember Barbara as classy woman who contributed much to the community and the people around her 


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