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Greenlawn Funeral Home

6750 Covington Rd., Fort Wayne, IN

OBITUARY

BARBARA A PEPPLER

April 23, 1932September 30, 2019

BARBARA A. PEPPLER, 87, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Monday, Sept. 30, 2019. Born in 1932 to the late Lloyd and Dorothy Wolcott, she was incredibly proud of her Irish and Scottish heritage. In 1952 she married her high school sweetheart and they began a beautiful life together. Gregarious and outgoing, Barbara cherished her friends and family. She was preceded in passing by her beloved husband, Arthur O. Peppler, and her sister, Betsy Minke. Surviving family include her son Thomas (Kirk Pennington) Peppler, her daughter Katherine (David) Todoran, and her greatest joy, grandchild Hadley Todoran. A celebration memorial service is planned for November. Memorial gifts may be given In Barbara’s name to WBNI Northeast Indiana Public Radio or PBS39 Fort Wayne Public Television.

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Adrienne Maurer

October 2, 2019

To Barb’s Family:
She was a loyal and dear friend to my mother. When my mother moved back to Fort Wayne after many years and started going to the Mocha Lounge, Barb was there to welcome her to the morning gang! When I would visit the coffee shop, Barb was ready with a hug and a warm welcome.

She was a lovely lady and will be missed by all.

Adrienne Maurer

Marianne Hartgraves

October 1, 2019

Dear Kathy and Tom,
I have tried twice to send a message and it keeps disappearing. If it doesn’t work this time I will hope Kelly has a way to contact you.

I loved your Mom dearly. We had such fun in Ft. Wayne all those years ago. Maplewood, taking you girls out of school in kindergarten, homeroom, etc. We solved all the problems of the world over coffee in our kitchens.

She was the kindest, sweetest funniest person I knew there and I really missed her when we moved away.

My heart goes out to you and Tom. If there is a heaven she and your Dad are looking down on the two of you with more love than you could possibly know.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY