Barbara Dunn

1933 - 2020

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Barbara Dunn, 87 of Findlay, passed away at Bridge Hospice Care Center on Friday, October 9, 2020. Barbara was born in Bowling Green, OH on January 29, 1933 to the late Lola (Mertz) and Paul Farringer. She married James A. Dunn on October 29, 1955, and he precedes her in death. Surviving Barbara are her children, Michael (Colleen) Dunn of Austin, TX and Martha (Tod) Boyd of Findlay, OH. Barbara is also survived by a brother Douglas Farringer of Lenoir, North Carolina, three grandchildren; Jackie Boyd (Elliot Palmer), Claire (Eric) McGregor, Cecilia (Nate) Williams and great-grandchildren, Hart Williams, Fable McGregor, and August McGregor. She was preceded in death by a grandson J.T. Boyd. Barbara was a homemaker and always cared for her family. She also enjoyed reading, following sports, and exploring the world on her tablet. Barbara was a member of the Journey Bible Study group. There will be no services held, the family intends to hold a Celebration of Life at a later appointed time. Arrangements have been entrusted to COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be directed to Journey at Christ Church 225 W. Bigelow Ave, Findlay, Ohio 45840. Online condolences to the family are welcomed by visiting www.coldrencrates.com


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To : Martha and Tod
Date :Sunday, October 11th 2020
From : Mark and Kathy Rodabaugh
We’re so sorry to hear about your mother, Martha! Praying the peace of Christ that passes all understanding for you at this time.



To : Martha and Tod
Date :Sunday, October 11th 2020
From : Mark and Kathy Rodabaugh
We’re so sorry to hear about your mother, Martha! Praying the peace of Christ that passes all understanding for you at this time.



To : Martha and Tod
Date :Sunday, October 11th 2020
From : Jerry and Marianne Higley
Martha and Tod
We will always have the memories of walking with your Mother and Father at the mall. After Jim, we did not see Barbara that much, but would see her at the grocery now and then. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you and yours as you mourn her death. May God bless you all.



To : Tod Martha Jackie and Elliot
Date :Tuesday, October 13th 2020
From : The Stechschultes
Dear Tod, Martha, Jackie, and Elliot,
We are all so very sorry to hear about your mom, (and grandma)! She was a very special lady! Our thoughts, prayers, and hugs go out to all of you! You are a very special family who we love so much! May God be with you and bless you all!
Rob and Sharon, Christie and Jim, Melissa and Matthew and Matt and Nikki



To : Martha and Tod and Jackie and Elliot
Date :Tuesday, October 13th 2020
From : Cindy and Roger Brown
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom and grandma. You are all in our prayers 💕
She left you all with beautiful memories and love, so even though you can’t see her, she will always be with you. Hugs to you all.💗



To : Martha and Tod and Jackie and Elliot
Date :Tuesday, October 13th 2020
From : Cindy and Roger Brown
We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom and grandma. You are all in our prayers 💕
She left you all with beautiful memories and love, so even though you can’t see her, she will always be with you. Hugs to you all.💗



To : Martha and Michael
Date :Wednesday, October 14th 2020
From : David and Donna Mertz
David is a cousin of Barbara's and while we had not been in close contact, we had nevertheless kept in touch. We attended Jim's funeral and then, once on our way down south, stopped and had lunch with her. It was such a good time and like all things, meant to do it more often. We since moved south and due to health problems do not travel any more. However, I kept in touch through Facebook and emails and enjoyed her comments and posts. We are so sorry we didn't get a chance to see her again, to say good bye, and sorry for your family's loss.



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