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Barbara Elaine Hager, on the first day of this new year, passed into a new life at 7:10 a.m. We are going to have a memorial service for Barbara January 14 (Saturday). Not sure of the details yet, but will post them when I do.
–Pam Rodolph (via Facebook)
My heart is very heavy this morning because at 7:10 am, my aunt, Barbara E. Hager, passed away after a tough bout with cancer. Barbara was one of those special kind of people who always brightened any room that she entered with her warm and beautiful smile as well as her enthusiastic and positive spirit. Over the course of her life, she touched so many people and always seemed to know the exact words that someone needed to hear when they were down and was more than happy to share her time with anyone who needed it at anytime. Barbara led a very full life that included serving her country in the Vietnam War, working for the National Football League for many years, spending countless hours helping animals and on and on. However, what meant the most to her was the love of her life,Pamela. A lot of people spend their entire lives searching for their soulmate, but Barbara was fortunate enough to find hers many years ago and she realized what a blessing that truly was. Our family has lost a wonderful lady who can never be replaced and our hearts are broken. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held on Saturday, January 14th. We will provide more details in the next few days. R.I.P. Barbara. Your legacy will live on forever and you will never be forgotten. I know I speak for our entire family when I say that we love you more than words can say.
–Chad Burleson (via Facebook)
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