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Barbara Rafter

5 décembre 194021 février 2021
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Barbara Elizabeth Rafter (Hunn) passed away peacefully on Sunday February 21st, 2021. Her services will be Saturday March 6th, 2021 at 11am at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home.

Barbara was born to Ottice Lloyd and Mary Etta Hunn December 5th, 1940 in Wichita Falls, TX. She graduated from Wichita Falls High School with a vocal scholarship to West Texas State University. She had a beautiful soprano voice which she used in multiple plays, musicals, performances and church choirs throughout her life.

Barbara spent a majority of her career as a school teacher with Wichita Falls Independent School District for thirty three years. After retirement she spent her time being “Nana” and spreading her love between her granddaughters and all her beloved dogs and cats. She loved to watch football and anything that her granddaughters were involved in. She had a gentle heart and loved to read.

Barbara is survived by her son, Todd Rafter, wife Jeanne. Her two grand daughters, Sabrina and Katelyn Rafter. Her brothers Don Hunn, and wife Reva, and Lloyd Hunn Jr, and wife Lela. She is also survived by multiple nieces and nephews.

Barbara is preceded in death by her parents.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    samedi, 6 mars , 2021

Souvenirs

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Sheryl Burleson

6 mars , 2021

Barbara and I worked at Barwise for about 6 years. She loved to teach and watch the children learn. Barbara devoted herself to her son and to finding the best way to reach each child in her classroom. Barbara and I were close friends for many years. I have many fond memories of working together, taking classes, Vegas. and just being friends. You have been and will be missed Love and many Prayers to you and your family. Love and Prayers Sheryl Burleson

Kitty (Brazil) Thompson

5 mars , 2021

Barbara and I had such a good time growing up during our elementary school years. We laughed a lot about really silly things. There were sporadic years when we saw each other over our life and we always enjoyed each others company. Barbara was beautiful and talented. She was a devoted mother to her wonderful son, Todd. I will cherish memories of her.

Buffy Renee Burleson-Holt

2 mars , 2021

She was my teacher in the 8th grade at Barwise Junior High. She was a great teacher at that and really enjoyed here as a friend as well. She will be missed. Sending hugs and prayers.

Kathy Taylor

1 mars , 2021

Barbara you always made me feel welcome and a part of the family... your energy will be missed
Love Kathy

Joyce Stephens

27 février , 2021

I loved spending summers with you.

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Biographie

Barbara Elizabeth Rafter (Hunn) passed away peacefully on Sunday February 21st, 2021. Her services will be Saturday March 6th, 2021 at 11am at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home.

Barbara was born to Ottice Lloyd and Mary Etta Hunn December 5th, 1940 in Wichita Falls, TX. She graduated from Wichita Falls High School with a vocal scholarship to West Texas State University. She had a beautiful soprano voice which she used in multiple plays, musicals, performances and church choirs throughout her life.

Barbara spent a majority of her career as a school teacher with Wichita Falls Independent School District for thirty three years. After retirement she spent her time being “Nana” and spreading her love between her granddaughters and all her beloved dogs and cats. She loved to watch football and anything that her grand daughters were involved in. She had a gentle heart and loved to read.

Barbara is survived by her son, Todd Rafter, wife Jeanne. Her two grand daughters, Sabrina and Katelyn Rafter. Her brothers Don Hunn, and wife Reva, and Lloyd Hunn Jr, and wife Lela. She is also survived by multiple nieces and nephews.

Barbara is preceded in death by her parents.