September 23, 1944 – November 14, 2019
Barbara L. Tart, 75, of Manchester, NJ passed away Thursday November 14, 2019 at Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus, Lakewood, NJ surrounded by her loving family. Born in Staten Island, Barbara had grown up there until her move to Manchester 10 years ago. Barbara worked as a Nurses Aide & Unit Clerk at Clove Lakes Healthcare & Rehab Center in Staten Island for over 20 years. When Barbara moved to Manchester she took a job at Bella Terra Nursing Home in Jackson as well as at Spring Oak in Toms River. Barbara was a natural born caregiver which led her to taking care of the elderly after her retirement. Barbara enjoyed doing ceramics and spending time with her friends Carol, Ruth, Terri, Eileen, Debbie and many more to list… Barbara was predeceased by her parents William and Emma Stetter and nine of her twelve siblings. She is survived by her four loving children; daughters, Karen Kauffman and her husband Gary, Linda Murphy and her husband Joseph, Dawn Tirone and her husband Jack and son Jeff Tart and his wife Suzanne, her 10 grandchildren, Joseph and his wife Kate, Kevin and his wife Nicole, Sarah, Mallory, Jack, Mark, Shawn, Julia, Nicholas and Matthew, and her two great grandchildren, Joseph and Evelyn. She is survived by her siblings Marilyn Hafer, Beverly Bartsh and Rudy Stetter, and Barbara’s friend and companion Victor Blyskal. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday December 7, 2019 from 2-4 pm at the Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 3010 Ridgeway Rd., Manchester, NJ 08759 at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance by visiting www.ocrahope.org
- Memorial Service Saturday, December 7, 2019
Jack V Tirone
December 11, 2019
You will always be in our Hearts and minds , and we will always miss you and love you , forever.
December 8, 2019
Rest In Peace beautiful lady!
You raised a beautiful family and left lots of beautiful memories that will always be cherished and remembered!
God Bless your beautiful family always!
Happy to be a part of it! ❤️
November 20, 2019
Dear jeff tart . I'm so sorry about your mothers passing. we had a lot of fun together working at clove lakes. I am still working there. This coming january 5th will be my 33rd anniversary at clove lakes. I remember working on the 4th floor . At the start of my shift 8am, barbara would be behind the nurses station. I'd be coming off the elevator and walking down the hall as soon as we'd see each other, we would run towards each other and hug each other like in the movies and the residents sitting in the hallway would be histerical laughing like crazy. she was always with a smile and making people laugh. The two of us were crazy. The good ol days at clove lakes. Years ago at christmastime, we would go around floor to floor caroling with the recreation dept. Barbara would be wearing bells and dressed up with holiday clothes. She will be sorely missed. My jaw just dropped when I heard about her passing. She put a lot of smiles on peoples faces including me. She made a lot of people happy. I always asked your mother about you from time to time because I remember when you worked at clove lakes in the housekeeping dept. Again jeff, my deepest, deepest condolences to you and your family. Rick Rubio(Clove Lakes Nursing Home).
November 17, 2019
I was so sorry to hear about your passing. I knew you only for a short time but I was pleased to have had the opportunity of sharing with you. So sorry you had such painful final days. Peace be with you.