Barbara Rose Wilson
Date of Death: December 24, 2020
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home
Nancy Lucas-MacPhee
Barbara & Danny Case
Barbara lucas
Zak Macphee
Janis Giordano
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Barbara Rose Wilson, 99 of Red Bank, passed away of natural causes on Thursday December 24, 2020. Barbara was a lifelong resident of Matawan and was a graduate of Matawan High School.  She met her husband Edward during her high school years and was predeceased by him after a wonderful 61 years.  Barbara was a …
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Elda Gall left a message on December 29, 2020:
What a talented caring lady Aunt Barbara was! I still use her great pie crust recipe. It’s yummy and always gets rave reviews. Her crocheting and painting was done to perfection. There are many memories to cherish. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. All my love, Elda
Nancy Lucas-MacPhee left a message on December 27, 2020:
I am so sorry about Mrs. Wilson. She was such a beautiful person and I know she is at peace now. I will keep all of you in my prayers. Love you all, Nancy
Barbara & Danny Case left a message on December 27, 2020:
Condolences to the Wilson family and may our Lord grant you peace during this difficult time. With much love always - The Case Family.
Barbara lucas left a message on December 27, 2020:
Barbara was a true lady and will surely be missed by all. She was always a joy to be with and made our holidays very special. We will miss you Barbara much love Barbara & Joe
Zak Macphee left a message on December 27, 2020:
I’ll always remember her Christmas singing
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Janis Giordano left a message on December 27, 2020:
I have many fond memories of my Aunt Barbara. She was spunky, kind, a bit stubborn, funny, sweet, affectionate, had an awesome laugh, and always had a good story to tell. She was a good cook and baked great pies, especially apple. I think she was the only sister who would or could bake from scratch. Aunt Barbara's recipe for keeping fit was every time she picked up something from the floor, she would "swoop and scoop". She was full of energy and never sat still, which I know she inherited from Nana. Her health was always excellent. She would tease her sister, my mother, Yvonne, that she still had all her teeth and could hear without the assistance of a hearing aide well into her 90s. I would often comment to my mother that I hope to have Aunt Barbara's genes. When my nephew, Michael, got married over 10 years ago, my husband Pete and I stayed with her when traveling from Tennessee. She was always the consummate hostess, even in her late 80s. One memory I have of that time was whenever I entered her kitchen I noticed a gas smell. I commented about it and she pointed to her dog and said, "Well, he is fine." I immediately laughed out loud, because she compared her dog to a canary in a mine. I will miss you, Aunt Barbara. May God bless you in Heaven. Please give my mom, Aunt Thelma, Uncle Paul, and Nana hugs and kisses from Pete and me. Lovingly, Janis and Pete
George Chandler left a message on December 26, 2020:
A beautiful tribute to a beautiful Aunt who did so much for so many. God Bless both Aunt Barbara and Uncle Ed
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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