Condolence: To all the Dupree family We have been trying to think of 1 thing that sticks out about Barb but we couldn’t pin down just 1. Everything about her was special... We had so much fun on circle street with Barb and Roy, Betty and Fred and Ron and I. The 3 of us women would spend hours on that front porch discussing how to raise our kids to Betty raising teenagers and everything in between. We laughed and cried on a daily basis . There would be times our husbands would come home from work at 11 at night and we would still be sitting there. ( All 3 worked afternoons Roy at the radio station, Fred at the Prison and Ron at the prison). We will never forget that contagious laugh and stories we all told, Barb You were a wonderful friend and I will treasure all the secrets we told each other. I could go on and on but you know what you meant to all of us. Rest my friend, not goodbye but I will see you later. God loves you
Condolence: Barb... you sure will be missed by so many of us here at school. Your infectious laugh and smile will be hard to replace. You are one of the strongest women I have ever known, not once did I ever see you show your pain when you were working. Many thoughts and prayers to your family and friends. Rest in peace.
Condolence: Prayers to you all. The girls on the second floor at Lawrence Avenue school will truly miss our "Babs".Barb was a pleasure to know and have some fun with. She was always ready for a good laugh. Rest in peace, my friend. You are thought of often.