Barbara Harmon Obituary, Death – The passing of Barbara Ann Harmon, who resided in London, Kentucky, on January 7th, 2023 is something that we are sorry to notify you about. This is very terrible news, and we are here to bring it to you. We have to break the news to you about this newest turn of events, and we do it with a heavy heart. She is currently 83 years old and can look back on a life well lived. On this memorial page, the family asks that friends and extended family members send notes of sympathy or flowers in remembrance of the departed person. The family would be thankful for everyone who takes the time to do so. As soon as we have amassed all of them, we will divide them up among the various members of the family. Her dear friend Troy Smith, her parents William Parks and Madeline Armstrong Parks, her children David Parks, Susan Wagoner, and Randall Ward, and her sister Beverly Garten all went away before she did.
She was the last of her family members and friends to pass away. She was the final member of her family to die away before she did. Her children David Parks, Susan Wagoner, and Randall Ward all went away before she did, making her passing the fourth generation of her family to do so. In addition, her sister Beverly Garten had already passed away before she did, therefore she was the first to leave this world. She was the last member of her family to pass away prior to her passing away herself. Among the members of her family who are still alive are her children, Debra Ward (Galen) of Clarkston, Michigan, Bernice Saylor (Arvile) of London, Kentucky, Daniel Ward (Renee) of London, Kentucky, and Christine Shoun of London, Kentucky. Wilma Skeen of Clio, Michigan, and Roger Parks of Clarkston, Michigan, both of whom are her siblings, are counted among her surviving family members.
Her husband, Daniel Ward, went away before she did, hence she is considered to have been predeceased by him. Her children, her spouse, twenty-one of her grandkids, twenty-six of her great-grandchildren, and eleven of her great-great-grandchildren are the only members of her family who will go on after her passing. Her spouse and her children were the only immediate survivors after her passing.