Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Patsy,
My sincere sympathy to you and your family. You have been in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Molly Jackson    October 21, 2020

I have so many wonderful memories of your Mom, we met at the Federated church and then spent many hours together during PET. Our luncheons were fun and filled with good stories, I was so sad the day she told me of her diagnosis, Barb was a delightful friend who loved with her whole heart. She will be missed by all who experienced her joyful smile and positive attitude. Such a good friend, how lucky I was to have known her.

Posted by Joan Jenkins - Willoughby, OH - Friend   October 16, 2020

Dear Patsy, You may not remember me, but I grew up with you in Moreland Hills. My Mom and Dad (Jinny and Dave Williams), always held your dear parents in the highest regard. I know my Mom is welcoming your dear Mom into heaven with open arms. Your Mom and my Mom shared a very special & caring friendship. I am so sorry for your loss and pray with time, your loving memories will bring you comfort and peace.

Posted by Amy Williams- Withrow - Chagrin Falls, OH - Friend   October 16, 2020

She was such a WONDERFUL LADY. Our sincerest condolences. Jon & Alice Warmeling

Posted by JONATHAN R WARMELING - PAINESVILLE, OH - Family Friend   October 16, 2020

Barb was one of the most joyful, lovable and kind people I have ever known!!!❤❤❤

Posted by Marie Kennedy Morgan - Palm Bch Gardens, FL - Family   October 16, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Barbara's (Mrs. Eggert's) passing. Barbara lived in our neighborhood in "Moreland Hills." But she was so much more than a good neighbor, she seemed part mother/friend and teacher to all of us who lived near her. Besides always going out of her way to be friendly to and interested in our lives whenever we saw her; she went out of her way to go the "second mile." I would often see her picking up trash from the side of the roads in our neighborhood. When I (or my wife or kids) would be involved in a community or charity event that generated a picture in the local paper, she would clip the article and send it to me with a note on how proud she was/God was...She always made people feel good about themselves, God bless her,

Sincerely,

Steve Richman (and family)

Posted by Steve Richman - Friend   October 16, 2020

Dear Patsy, So sorry to read the sad news about your mom. Knew her for many years as a neighbor in Moreland Hills. I would see her very often as she walked in the neighborhood doing more than her share of protecting the environment. Always smiling with a cheerful greeting. My sincerest condolences to you and your family.

Joan McQuown

Posted by Joan McQuown - Neighbor   October 15, 2020