Barbara A. Lindsey
September 21, 1922 – June 9, 2018
Barbara Anne Lindsey, age 95, of Tracy, California entered into rest on Saturday June 9, 2018. Barbara was born September 21, 1922 in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Barbara was a volunteer at Clovis Community Hospital Gift Shop and she was a member of the Newcomers Club.
Barbara is survived by; daughter Georgia Wyllie; son-in-law Frank Wyllie; son Robert Lindsey; and daughter-in-law Mila Lindsey; sister Marjorie Heasley; grandson Michael Willie, granddaughter Michelle Wyllie Callahan, grandson Phillip Lindsey, granddaughter Kimberly Lindsey and grandson Brandon Lindsey.
Barbara was preceded in death by her husband George Wayne Lindsey.
A Graveside Service for Barbara will be held Friday, June 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Clovis Cemetery, 305 N Villa Avenue, Clovis, California 93612.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.boicefuneralhome.com for the Lindsey family.
- Georgia Wyllie, Daughter
- Frank Wyllie, Son-in-law
- Robert Lindsey, Son
- Mila Lindsey, Daughter-in-law
- Marjorie Heasley, Sister
- Michael Willie, Grandson
- Michelle Wyllie Callahan, Granddaughter
- Phillip Lindsey, Grandson
- Kimberly Lindsey, Granddaughter
- Brandon Lindsey, Grandson
- George Wayne Lindsey, Husband
- Barbara will also be lovingly remembered by her 7 Great-grandchildren.
- Robert Lindsey
- Frank Wyllie
- Michael Wyllie
- Dennis Callahan
- Phillip Lindsey
- Danny Delgado
P.O. Box 96011, Washington, Washington, D.C. 20090
- Celebration of Life Service Friday, June 22, 2018
Barbara A. Lindsey
June 22, 2018
I have vivid memories from when I was growing up and the entire Heasley family would pile into the VW bus ("Pickle Bus") with the destination of Bobbi and Wayne's in Castro Valley!
Dad (Uncle Chuck) would drive all night, usually getting us there at 5 or 6 am. Even though it was a very early hour, we were always invited in with loving, open arms and always felt extremely welcome.
Another memory is of traveling in the pickle bus when Mom, (Auntie Margie) and Aunt Bobbi in Bobbi's Christmas gift (new car from Uncle Wayne) would literally leave us in the dust while they went 70 miles an hour to whatever destination. Meanwhile the rest of us would be maintaining a steady 45 to 55 miles an hour in the VW bus! Uncle Wayne and Dad would be in the front seats and all us boys would be in the back with a cooler between us having a Blast male bonding as we followed in their dust.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Much love, Curt, Kim, Alyssa, and Chris Heasley.
June 20, 2018
My lasting memories of my Auntie Bobbie is how she always through my whole life made me feel special. My heart goes out to all that had the pleasure in knowing her but especially her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren which I miss due to the distance in our lives. The only comfort I hold onto is knowing I have a special guardian angel watching over me. My love and prayers to all our family, I wish I could be there for you.