Barbara  Doiron

Barbara Doiron

Tuesday, August 1st, 1944 - Friday, October 11th, 2019
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It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Barbara Ann Doiron at Allendale on Friday, October 11, 2019 in her 76th year. Loving wife for over 55 years to Leo and mother to Leann (Rob) and Michael (Danielle). Proud grandmother to; Kyle (Robbie), Jordyn, Michelle, Hayden and Caleb. Forever remembered by her siblings; Arlene (Doug), Gary (Nancy), Janice (John), Vickie (Byron), sister in law Doris (Pierre) and predeceased by her brother Billy.

As per her wishes Cremation has taken place. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations in memory of Barbara to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated by the family.
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Donations are being accepted for: ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF HAMILTON AND HALTON.


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Vickie Topp

Posted at 10:06am
So sad to hear of the passing of my big sister. Despite the 20 year age difference, we had a very special bond. Barbie was a loving and supportive sister, and I will always miss her.

Eva Foley

Posted at 04:06pm
Dear Leo,Leann,Mike and families

Words can not express the deep sorrow I feel on Barb’s passing. We were friends and next door neighbours for 34 years. Our children grew up together and became friends.Barb was a very special person. Her priority was always Leo and the kids. Many a night she stayed up late “baking “ for school bake sales. Her specialty was rice crispy squares. They were really good! Barb and I had many adventures over the years....ceramics, knitting and crochet classes, “borrowing “ sod from the Laurier subdivision in the rain for Leo’s back yard project,over shopping at Costco, wine parties ,dancing in the basement to the Beach Boy’s Barbara Ann,being “gofers” for Leo and Bill’s projects. Our children’ weddings and so much more were shared with each other. I will miss my friend, my Kindred Spirit, my soulmate.Rest in peace Barb.

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Posted at 02:20pm
Our deepest condolences. Love the Alessandrini Family
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Gail & Dick LeBlanc

Posted at 09:34pm
I am sad to learn my best forever friend has passed from this world but know she is now without pain and confusion and will live on in eternal happiness. We will catch up with you, my friend, one day. We always laughed at most anything and I will always cherish those fun times we had. There were so many fun times, like when we decided we would cover ourselves in can milk and then go picking strawberries (just to get a tan) and then the time we dyed our hair black in our teen years. We now live in the computer era but I remember when Barb first went to Ontario, we would write a letter every week (they were pages long), could not afford to use the telephone as we would talk for a couple hours and there was no free time back then. We took trips together with the guys (too many stories there to talk about but lots of memories for sure). Then we all ended in the same park in Florida for our retirement years. We joined the Red Hat Ladies and took lots of trips with that group and had more laughs. To me it is amazing how we started our friendship likely in grade 5 or 6 and even though we lived miles apart we nurtured and maintained a great friendship. Will always remember teaching Barb to knit, especially dish clothes, she usually ended up with dropping a stitch and somehow it did not ravel out so she called it a buttonhole. I keep one of her dishclothes in my top dresser drawer which I took out today to ponder over. Love you, my friend. Dick and I send our prayers to Leo and the children and their extended family and to her brother and sisters (you were all like family to me). Gail & Dick LeBlanc

Dorothy Parker

Posted at 08:05pm
So very sorry to hear of Barbie's passing. I lived with her brother Billy some years ago and he had so many good memories of times he and his sister spent as children on Chamberlain Street in Amherst N.S...Sending condolences to her family....Sincerely Dorothy Parker...

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