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Barbara Joan Agar

October 29, 1937November 11, 2020

In Loving Memory

Passed peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday November 11, 2020 in her 83rd year. Predeceased by her loving husband Robert and her brothers Gary and Rick. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Kim (Bill) and Tracey and son Blair (Shelley). Loving Nanny to Ashley, Zachary, Spencer, Chloe, Sydney and Alex. Nanny-G to Jack and Emma. She will be dearly missed by her life-long friend of over 70 years, Jean Annis. Due to Covid-19 a celebration of life will be held at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Kiki Terzidis

November 21, 2020

My sincere sympathy to the Agar family,

I have had the pleasure of seeing Barb for her dental hygiene visits. I have enjoyed getting to know Barb over the years, and her family. I will miss our jokes and sharing our memories and love for our families. Barb had a beautiful smile, beautiful soul. And so proud of her family and all their support. I wish I could have seen her one more time, I so looked forward to seeing her. She is now with her beloved Robert. My condolences to her bestest friend for life, Jean.
Love, Kiki

Janis Campbell-King

November 20, 2020

Kim, Tracey and Blair – My deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your beautiful mother. I have many many memories of great times spent with you all. A few amazing
summers at Chandos lake. I was actually at your cottage with my Mom and yours when it came over the radio that Elvis had died. (Wow – now that makes me feel old!) I recall the fun with the CB radio’s and my Dad always called your Mom Barbie Doll -even when CBs weren’t involved. The time we spent on the Boats – SunSpray and Irronic. The 1000 Islands, Ontario Place (Air Shows) and Bluffers Park. She was a wonderful woman and I hope you can take some comfort knowing that she touched so many lives. Hugs to all.

Blair Agar

November 16, 2020

Never in your life do you imagine
That pain could be so harsh and brings you sharply to a reality that the one that was always such a solid in your heart, has now left. My mother was such a loving soul, a harbor to tie too, when things got hard and you didn’t know what way the wind would blow you next. She had a way with words that would give you salvation and comfort that would last forever. This wasn’t just for her kids and grandchildren, this was for anyone that was in need and she gave of herself without hesitation. The many lives that she touched, I bared witness too and she inspired a command of sorts when the word was to be firm without alienation. Just a pure soul that could mend a broken heart and heal your sore pride however the circumstances. This is the art of Barbara, Barb, Barbie Doll (CB name 😂), the one and only ‘Auntie B’ ;when all else seemed lost she would resurrect your confidence with a few simple words. I’m sure lucky to have had her as a mother, as I am sure that everyone that knows her considers themselves just as lucky to have known her. I love you mom and I’m certainly happy that you are with Dad again. Although I’m sure he was miffed that you took so long 🤣, but yet you still had so much more to give, of-coarse. 😢😢❤️❤️

Jennifer Hall

November 16, 2020

Auntie B has been a very special person in my life. We had regular heart to heart phone calls and when time allowed visits together. Growing up there are memories of summers at Lake Chandos, Christmas family get togethers were always fun and watching the airshow on Sunspray was something I looked forward to every year. I was so thrilled that she came to my wedding 4 years ago and I know that took a lot for her to do that. My memories of her are forever in my heart and her words of wisdom will always be cherished.
To my cousins Kim, Tracey, Blair and your families I am sending my thoughts and hugs to you.

Debbie Edwards

November 15, 2020

I am heartbroken that Auntie Barb has left us. I have so, so many wonderful memories of her through the years; she was my second Mother and always there to support me. I can't remember a time that she was not in my life. I always considered Auntie Barb, Uncle Bob, Kim Tracey and Blair my family, and was always treated that way by them as well. Especially by Auntie B. The world has lost a wonderful, kind, big hearted, sweet woman and heaven has gained an angel. I will always love her.
Kim, Tracey, Blair and all the family, remember the wonderful memories and know that she is with Uncle Bob and her parents and brothers. I love you all.

linda hall

November 15, 2020

Dear Kim, Tracy and Blair.

I was very very sorry to hear of the passing of your mother last week. My deepest sympathies to you and your families at what must be a trying time. l know how much both your parents meant to you and to your children and now I understand great grandchildren. So sorry we were not able to spend any time together since the passing of Rick and Gary.

Sincerely
Linda Hall

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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