Mrs. Barbara Ann (Berryhill) Stoner

September 15, 1943December 21, 2018

Barbara (Barbie) Ann Berryhill Stoner, of Georgetown, TX went to be with her Lord and Savior on December 21, 2018. Barbara was born September 15, 1943 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to William Robert and Opal Justina Edwards Berryhill. She was raised in Midwest City, and graduated from Midwest City High School. She attended Oklahoma State University. Barbara was a longtime member of First Baptist Church of Midwest City, Oklahoma. She worked for Western Electric (AT&T) in Denver, Colorado until her retirement in 1991. Since moving to Texas, Barbie has been involved in her Sun City community and very involved with the Low Vision Group. Barbara married Richard (Dick) Stoner in Denver, Colorado, June, 1974. They were longtime residents of Firestone, Colorado. Barbara is survived by her mother, Opal Berryhill of Georgetown, Texas; her son, Robert Stoner of Texas; her daughter, Karis Stoner of Texas (she loved her children with all her heart); sister, Karen and husband, Bill Sprague of Wimberley, Texas; and brother, Robert B. and wife Joan Berryhill of Norman, Oklahoma. Barbara leaves behind numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Barbara was preceded in death by her father, William; her sister, Jeaneane Johnson; and her husband, Dick, who entered eternal life March 14, 2002. Funeral services will be held at 10:00A.M., Friday, December 28, 2018 at Arlington Memory Gardens, 3400 N Midwest Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73141.


Mrs. Barbara Ann (Berryhill) Stoner

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Bettie Tymkovich

December 27, 2018

Lots of fun, good food & memorable moments & laughter with Barbie, Laverne, my sister & our families.
I fractured my ankle in 1994 & Barbie drove to Broomfield every day for a week to take care of me.
She was a devoted, loving friend. The last few days have been filled with a mixture of tears & smiles.
I love you, Barbie!

kay disner

December 27, 2018

rememening the rainy evening we went together
and got together. you were a but u made it.
lots of motorcyle rides with our husbands wonderful lunchs in estes park. love u my dear friend lots of tears and laugthter. see u later.kay