OBITUARY

Barbara A. Waller

April 10, 1955March 4, 2018
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Barbara Ann Waller, born April 10, 1955, was a life long resident of Massapequa, New York. Survived by husband, Drew Waller and her three children, Drew, Derek and Shannon Waller. Barbara was a beloved wife, mother, sister, friend, cousin and aunt. Barbara was loved deeply by every person who knew her. She is a legend who will never be forgotten.

~ Visitation will be held on Thursday from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. ~

A funeral mass will be held for Barbara on Friday at St. William the Abbot RC Church . 2000 Jackson Avenue . Seaford . NY 11783 ~ Interment to follow to Pinelawn Memorial Park . Pinelawn Road . Farmingdale . NY 11735 ~

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.jamesfuneralhome.com for the Waller family.

Family and friends are welcome to James Funeral Home an hour before the funeral mass time.

~ The staff of James Funeral Home would like to thank you for the honor and privilege of serving your family and with our most sincere condolences and continued support to you. ~

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of James Funeral Home, 540 Broadway, Massapequa, New York.

We hope you can attend. Please access the following links for further details, floral orders, directions and to sign the Guest Book.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please call 516.541.4000 Or if you concerns regarding this obituary Please email us at Loc7329@dignitymemorial.com

Services

  • St. William the Abbot RC Church Friday, March 9, 2018
  • Pinelawn Memorial Park Friday, March 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Barbara A. Waller

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Carol C

September 9, 2018

We bless Drew and Santella as they marry this coming Sunday.Angels will be in attendance.Love ca

Vivienne Spauls

March 9, 2018

Barbara and I were friends since Lockhart Elementary School. We always kept in touch through all of our school days and beyond to our sixties! I could pick up the phone and call her anytime. We got our daughters to meet each other when I took my daughter home to see where I grew up. Barbara never changed. She always made me laugh. She was real and said what she felt. This was the 1st year I didn’t get her Christmas card that we exchanged every year. I will treasure my memories of her. Love to her sisters and her family that she loved SO much. RIP Barb. I was blessed to know you.
Vivienne Sadler Spauls

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