Barbara Ann O’Neill
Barbara Ann O’Neill, 75, passed away Monday, September 17, 2018 at home with family and friends by her side. She was born in Boston the daughter of the late, Richard F. and Rita V. (Enos) O’Neill. Barbara was a longtime resident of a group home in Georgetown, MA where the caring and loving staff provided for her. There, they took her and other residents on trips to Disney World, Bar Harbor, Old Orchard Beach and the White Mountains, just to name a few. Barbara will be missed.
She is survived by her guardian, Mary Fitzpatrick and her husband Philip of Malden; several nieces, nephews, cousins, caregivers and friends. Barbara was also predeceased by her sister, Evelyn Dion.
Her Funeral Mass will be Friday, September 21, 2018 at 10:00AM in Sacred Heart Church, 297 Main Street, Malden with burial to follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.
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Barbara’s beautiful personality and presence will be so missed. I have enjoyed working with Barbara for the pass 18 years and cherish our memories. Betty Loves you Barbara.
Thanks BO for the everyday surprises of hugs. We had to earn them. Everyday, you taught and reminded us what peace there is in silence! We will miss you dearly. L Loves you BO!!
Barbara you beautiful soul. Your smiles and hugs that you gave me were a gift. Your cheerfulness and genuine love werr a blessing. You left us too soon. You’re already missed.
I love you Barbara
I have had the pleasure of working with Barbara for 14 yrs at Jewett St and will always have fond memories of her. I will always remember Barb’s colorful language and the hugs and kisses she gave. Barb was always ready to have cookies and coffee instead of regular meals and always called us by different names. You were one of a kind Barbara. Pat loves you and I’m gonna miss you.
I will never forget Barbara. She always made me smile and laugh at the funny things she said and the names she gave everyone. She would always say “Hi, how are you?” when she greeted you and would put her arm out for a hug. She loved her coffee and sweets and would she would be so happy if you brought her a magazine. She will be missed at Jewett St. and she will always be in my heart. Sydney loves you Barbara.
Sweet Barbara, You branded so many of our hearts therefore you will remain with us always. It was an honor to spend the years with you. So quick with a hug, a smile and a pinch for love. I miss you dearly. Love, Your Mary
i’m honored and blessed to have known you BON.Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. Thank you for putting your cup away before you leave,you will always be missed.
Thank you so much Barbara for giving me the opportunity to work with you. I will miss your beautiful smiles that lights up the whole room. more so, your kind gestures and demeanor. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Our dear Barbara. Your hugs & smiles were so good! Will miss you Barb. Love you, Miss Ginny/Miss Janice. Now you can see Pappy, Momma, Evelyn & Ricky! RIP Barb.
Barbara, you will be dearly missed here and ALWAYS remembered and in our hearts forever! God Bless. Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand. We love you!
Barbra yup will always be one of God’s
You touched so many people in your life and brought smiles to all that you touched in life
You are home with your family now
In gods house
Will love and miss you
Going to miss you Barbara’s always loved our time at Sisters house and getting to spend the Holidays with you. The best hugs and 10 minuets to 2 will always be yours. You’re know with Evelyn, pappy,Momma and someone who loved you so dearly Auntie Anne . Love you Barbara’s Thank You for such wonderful memories
So sad we have lost you. Your are with your family now and may your happiness and smiles bring light to those you greet in the next life. RIP BON. Till we meet again.
Thank you all who cared for and watched over our Barbara.
Thank you will never be enough
Barbara never failed to put a smile on my face, or anyone else’s. I will miss walking in the door and being greeted with a hug and a kiss. You touched the lives of so many people, and we are ALL grateful to have had the pleasure of caring for you over the years. I love you honey! -“Nurse”
Barbara was one of the first residents at her group home. Always a beautiful smile and “Hi. How are you?” You will be greatly missed by your housemates, especially Kathy who was your best friend. Prayers for you, love.