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Waltrip Funeral Directors

1415 Campbell Road, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Barrie Lynn Jubert

July 15, 1961July 30, 2020

Barrie Lynn Bowen Jubert was born July 15, 1961, in Houston, Texas. She passed away peacefully on July 30, 2020.

Barrie attended Northbrook High School in Spring Branch. Years later, while working fulltime for Dr. Edward C. Fritsch, she attended and graduated in June 2016 from Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas.

A child of the sixties, Barrie’s personality was bold and larger than life itself. She was an inspiration to many who knew her, always willing to share her knowledge with others. She exuded love and compassion.

She was witty, intelligent, straight-forward and you always knew where you stood with her. Barrie was funny, quick with a quip and could converse on any subject.

Her only child, Allison, was her pride and joy, the love of her life and what she lived for. It was love at first sight for them as they navigated the ups and downs of life together. Barrie’s strength and determination defined both of them. She loved reading, her idol Elton John, and her cats.

Barrie was predeceased by her father, Burlie Ray Bowen, and sister Pamela Joan Bowen. She is survived by daughter Allison Ryan Jubert, her mother, Mary Jo Anderson of Montgomery, Texas, brother, Jeffery Steven Bowen, and sister Deborah Bowen Ganley. She is also survived by step-sisters, Annie Flanders and Niki Steiger with whom she shared her childhood and remained very close.

In keeping with Barrie’s wishes, no formal services are scheduled at this time, but her life will be celebrated in the hearts of family and friends and her memory will live on always.

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susan spann

August 4, 2020

Thinking of the family and sweet Allison, I know this time is difficult. Rest in peace, Barrie.

Christy Capps

August 3, 2020

Barrie was larger than life. I met her while Allison was one of my “farm kids”. She always blew into the farm and office. She had no cares and lived life for her daughter. She was so very proud of Allison and all that she accomplished. Barrie and I were close during this time. She called me almost every morning on my commute and we discuss the way of the world. I will miss her quirky personality and honesty.

Melanie Clifford

August 3, 2020

Barrie the sweetest friend you could ever have ... we had so many wonderful times together , words cannot explain how much I’m going to miss you , until we meet again ! ♥️♥️♥️

Barbara Carlson

August 3, 2020

Barrie and I met in 2004 when I began working as a medical transcriptionist at River Oaks Imaging and we became instant friends. We worked together until I retired in 2013. We named each other "Killer B," a name that we still used when calling or texting each other. We spent a lot of time together hanging out with Allison and my grandson's, Gifton and Jaylon and even after I retired we would meet for lunch on occasion, call and text each other celebrating graduations and birthdays and in general uplifting each other. I loved Barrie like a sister and we maintained our friendship until her passing. Everyone in my family knew and loved Barrie and I miss her more that I could ever imagine.

FROM THE FAMILY
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