OBITUARY

Barbara Sue Vaeth

November 17, 1961February 8, 2020
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Barbara Sue Vaeth, age 58, passed away on February 8th 2020. She was born November 17th, 1961 in St. Louis, MO, The daughter of Tommy C. and Mary A. (Bright) Vaughn. Barbara devoted her life to taking care of her family. She was a devout member of San Juan Del Rio Catholic Church and enjoyed serving others in any way she could. She was the most generous person you would ever meet and people were drawn to her beautiful spirit. Barbara is survived by her adoring husband, Michael; her daughters Lisa Matiska and Kathryn Mooren; grandchildren Meggan Holmes, Chloe Matiska, Landon Mooren, Gaige Matiska, Lily Matiska, Isabelle Matiska, Asher Mooren, and Gemma Mooren; Sisters Debbie Vaughn and Marianne Quigg; Along with countless nieces, nephews, and in-laws. She was predeceased by her parents Tommy and Mary Vaughn; brother, Tommy Wayne Vaughn; and son, Nicholas Vaeth. Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday June 13th, 2020, in San Juan Del Rio Catholic Church, located at 1718 FL-13 St. Johns, FL 32259.

Services

  • A Memorial Mass

    Saturday, June 13, 2020

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Doc Carranza

June 20, 2020

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Penny Levy

June 13, 2020

Barbara was my best friend. Her death has left a huge hole in my life. No more Friday breakfasts where we talked about everything, neither one of us interrupting the other. We did not always agree, but there was always respect and love for each other. She was one of the most generous people I have ever known. As lost as I feel without her, I can barely fathom how lost Mike, Lisa, Katie, their families, and friends feel. My greatest sympathy and love to with you all

Debra Gibsonmashaqbeh

June 12, 2020

From our heart barb, you were amazing ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤Debra,John,Ginger,Nour

James & Lynn Walker

June 11, 2020

Barbara never met a stranger. Her beautiful smile and warm greeting always invited friendship. James enjoyed working as a counter with her - they shared a lot of laughs. I enjoyed our conversations and breakfasts at Bonefish after 8:30 Mass. we all miss her and thank her for touching our lives in a most memorable way. We were blessed to know her. Much love for Mike and family.

Laura Tannehill

June 9, 2020

Barbie was my 1st real friend at the age of 3, we grew up together, she truly is the sweetest person and I love her always. She is in my heart forever and how ironic her life celebration will be on my birthday. My love and deepest condolences to all the family.
Love, missy

Kathy Moss

June 9, 2020

Barb was always cheerful and happy. I have not seen her in years due to their move to Florida, but she was always a loving mom and an awesome parent. She will be missed! ♥️ I will always remember the New Year’s Eve at Mike and Barb‘s house. I believe Nick and Amber were in first grade. Long time ago.....😘

Matthew Wetteroth

June 9, 2020

Barb was truly my forever friend , we meet and became friends in 1st grade ( Thomas School) . We didn’t see each other for awhile but could pick up like it was yesterday. Her smile and laughter will always be in my heart. Condolences to the Vaeth families.

Mary Sieredzinski

June 9, 2020

My condolences go out to this mother’s family... I met Barb through MOMS ministry about 20 yrs ago.... always a smile... always remembered me... always at church & then, more recently on FaceBook...our world is a lesser place without her. God speed your broken hearts 😘

Jeanette Ghioto

May 29, 2020

From the very first moment we met it was instant love and friendship.... CRHP brought us together... you were always such an inspiration. And so strong. You are missed and loved and remembered beyond measure.

Vicki Aubuchon

May 29, 2020

She was a very kind person, always smiling and happy. She lifted everyone spirits. God Bless .

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