OBITUARY

Barbara Ann Westbrook

January 20, 1936April 13, 2018
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Barbara Ann Westbrook, 82, of New Bern, died April 13, 2018.

She is survived by her daughter Judy A. Newsome of Ernul and one granddaughter, Ashley. Barbara is preceded in death by her husband Rathor Westbrook and a son, Joseph Westbrook.

A memorial service will be held at 4:00 pm Wednesday April 18, 2018 at Cotten Funeral Home.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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Mike Bonner

May 7, 2018

Sutton was a buddy of mine. We spent some time in fla. Together in the 1959 time frame. He had to come back to n c for med. Reasons. RIP. Mmb

Donna (Humphrey) Cook

April 27, 2018

Judy I am so sorry that Aunt Bobbie has left us, she's the last of momma's sister's but I'll tell you that I have so many so many wonderful memories of all of you's when you was small also as I we would get to see more of each other I don't know where the time goes but when you guys would come I would hear so much laughter some times the whole day an sometimes almost the whole night nobody wanted to go to bed. We tried to get in as much as we could, aunt bobbie was always my most favorite aunt of all times I'm so sorry that you have had to go through this I'll never forget when mamma left, ya know aunt bobbie and mamma are up in heaven having the greatest reunion and laughing about everything Judy I love you honey and please call me just to talk 217-544-9490

April Sayers

April 14, 2018

One of my favorite pictures of Barbara and the love of her life, Sutton at the 1978 Hawkins Family Reunion

April Sayers

April 14, 2018

Barbara was one of the sweetest, most loving person I have ever known. When ever I think of Barbara I picture her with a smile and a giggle, she was always so happy. Every summer I would go to North Carolina and Barbara and Sutton would insist my children spend at least a few days and nights with them since their children, Judy and Joey, were the same ages as my children. We played Bingo at the local hall. She is well known for her care and concern of her husband, Sutton, and his mother, our Aunt Tiny, who spent eight years in a nursing home following a stroke.

Aunt Tiny lost the ability to speak, but I don't think she realized that. I would drive down to see Aunt Tiny several times a year and would tell her a "dirty" joke, which she loved. I would let Barbara know I was going down and she would come over while I was there. Aunt Tiny would "tell" Barbara the joke I had told and Barbara would laugh and laugh, like she understood the joke. When we left Barbara would ask me if I had told Tiny a joke, I would admit I did, she would then want to know the joke, and laugh again.

Barbara was such a loving woman, the world and our family has lost a wonderful person.

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