Obituaries

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Barbara DePaoli

October 16, 1940 - August 23, 2022

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Posted by:
Frank Mazzei

Posted on:
September 11, 2022

I met you more than 30 years ago when my friend Dewey May's introduced me to your husband Joe, you were always smiling and signing, you definitely were the apple of Joe's eye, I have fond memories of you an I talking in the kitchen with the little kids running around and your bird. Now your able to sing with Joe and the rest of your loved ones. My prayers and condolences to family and friends

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Christopher Lee Bednar

Posted on:
August 30, 2022

Hi grams, I can’t say I miss you because you’re in my thoughts and heart forever. You deserved more love from our family. Nobody came to visit or see you when times were bad. Thank god for your daughter, that took care of you for countless years. Like you always said, Barbara Beam Kenosha’s Cream, don’t get a tattoo of me after I die, should have done that while I was still alive. I miss you more than anything, that has ever walked this earth. Tell Steph and Grandpa and uncle Lee I said hola. Your presence will never be forgotten. REST EASY KENOSHAS CREAM

Posted by:
Carrie Anderson

Posted on:
August 28, 2022

May your memories bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

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Sharon Broadway

Posted on:
August 27, 2022

Aunt Barb you will be so missed. You are the greatest Aunt ever. Your now with all your sisters brothers and mom and dad and Lee and everyone you have missed for so long……and Uncle Joe. No more pain dear auntie. Love you and miss you lots.