Barbara J. Spindler, age 64, of Reynoldsburg, OH passed away Tuesday, January 13, 2015. Graduate of New Albany High School. Retired from Target. Survived by sisters, Betty Murray, Mary Hill and Pat Newsome; brothers, Howard and Steven McFarland; nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Friends may call at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, Friday 6-8 p.m. where service will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m., Rev. Mike Brown, officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
murray-hill family - Jan 18, 2015
We will miss you so much and we love you with all out hearts
Ashley Taylor & Family - Jan 16, 2015
You will be greatly missed & we love you so much. The girls say they love you & know that you’re upstairs with God as his Angel as Kennedy would say. 🙂 They will miss knocking on your door to see if you want to come hangout with them at grandmas as well the visits we all made to have lunch with you at the Target Cafe. We love you again & know we will see you again.
“A heart of gold stopped beating, two shining eyes at rest. God broke our hearts to prove, He only takes the best.”
Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather, openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.
Ed Abbott - Jan 16, 2015
Dearest friend and Cruiser,
Barb we all will miss you and enjoyed the cruises we took together….wow was Alaska beautiful I have a pic of you sitting next to the big ship you were so happy really did miss you on Hawaii cruise we all enjoyed you very much rest in peace my friend!😇
Dashanda Sutton - Jan 16, 2015
Betty if there is anything you need please let me know. I will miss Barb she was one the kindest people I know. She had a beautiful spirit and a passion for life that was contagious. I will miss her and know I will meet her on the other side of this life. God Bless and carry you thru this sad and difficult time.
Sheila Steele - Jan 15, 2015
Your sister and auntie was truly a feisty lady. She was loyal, caring, funny, a coworker and my friend. I will miss her. She was a hard worker and she will always be a part of my good memories of Target.
We often talked about you all too. She loved her family. She had many memories of you all growing up. Hold on to the good times. Betty we always talked about your vacation and grandbabies too. She loved those girls.
I am glad God brought her into my life. I know I will see her again. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all through this time.
Shannon & Mark Southam - Jan 15, 2015
Mark and I were so saddened to learn of Barb’s passing. She was such a sweet and kind person, always willing to smile and make others feel better. Every shift I spent with her was a pleasure.
georgie paykoff - Jan 15, 2015
Barb was one of the kindest people I know.she always had a smile for you. I have no car and she used to say on cold icy nights or in the rain. Do you have a ride? Come on! She always took care of me. We used to fuss and get it off our chest then laugh. I never knew her not to have one of those sappy romance novels. Always reading. When she got a sick she would come in with her hat pulled down. I could tell every step was a challenge. She would look over at me and make eye contact as if to say I got this! I got this! She was a tough lady! Determined.I will miss our talks and her kindness.
SCH - Jan 15, 2015
“And He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more…” May this promise from our loving Creator bring you some comfort during this difficult time of loss. (Revelation 21:4)