Barbara Ann Rogers (nee Hamlin), passed away Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at the age of 86. Loving wife of Charles for over 68 years. Barbara was born October 27, 1933, the oldest child of the late Albert and Edith Hamlin; beloved mother of Dianne (Nick) Walls, Bill (Sandy) Rogers, Dan (Alison) Rogers and Patty (Mike) Maddox; adored grandmother of 10: Meredith Ramsey, Katie (Shane) Schmucker, Alison (Don) Lisi, Carla (Brad) Ballard, Matt (Erica) Rogers, Kelly Rogers, Peyton Rogers, Tanner Rogers, Chuck Gullett and Dustin Gullett; beloved great-grandmother of 14: Emilie, Hannah, Tyler, Nicholas, Ava, Addyson, Anna, Nora, Dillon, Mackenzie, Reid, Hayes, Danny and Dublin; devoted sister of the late Irwin Hamlin, Tom (Shirley) Hamlin, Howard (the late Mary) Hamlin, Jackie (Steve) Vaughn, Linda (Rich) Pieper and Duke (Donna) Hamlin; sister-in-law of Joan Hamlin, and Don (Jane) Rogers; cherished mother-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, great-great-aunt, cousin and friend to many.
Above all else in her life, Barbara’s family was her most treasured possession. She loved her times and travels with her husband, holidays and visits with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She looked forward traveling to see children participate in sporting activities, musical productions, awards programs, and whatever was going on! She enjoyed family reunions, as well as the Brothers & Sisters get-togethers. In her younger years, she played the piano both at church and for her enjoyment. She also enjoyed quilting, flower gardening, feeding (and feeding) her family, and music. For ten years, Barbara served as President of the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion Post in Union, Missouri. She touched the lives of all everyone she knew, and she will be greatly missed.
A Celebration of Life will take place at a time to be announced later.
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