Fulton-Theroux Funeral Service

13 Beckwith Ln, Old Lyme, CT


Barbara Bourne

January 14, 1931June 29, 2020

Barbara Bourne was born on January 14, 1931 and passed away on June 29, 2020 and is under the care of Fulton-Theroux Funeral Service.

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Barbara Bourne

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Barbara McCarthy

July 6, 2020

Dear Carl and family,
So sorry to read of the passing of your mom. sShe certainly lived a wonderful, active and productive life. You were lucky to have her for so many years.
Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending love and sympathy to all,

sean Perry

July 5, 2020

I think it was Carl and I who hung my brother Scott in a tree when he was around two years old and we were spending some of the summer with Aunt Bobbie in 1956. Made her mad (could be she laughed her butt off after scolding us). Sorry, Scott!

Charles Allen

July 5, 2020

Carl and family~ Charlie and I are thinking of you with sadness at this time. Peace be with you all.
Love Charlie and Faith Allen

Dayna Kitlinski

July 5, 2020

Always Remember Her With a Smile💜

I was very fortunate to have been able to spend a lot of my younger years with Mom Bourne thanks to Dave. I do remember one St Patrick’s day party at the house. Omg what fun we had and how “Part of the family” Mom Bourne made me feel from the day I met her. And COUNTLESS loooooong conversations with her at Bradlees when I would pop in just to go see her. She will be missed by everyone who knows and LOVES her. Always love , prayers and shoulders when needed.
Dayna 🌻💕

Cathy Testagrossa

July 5, 2020

So sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. What a great joy it was working with her at Bradlees. We had fun even though we were supposed to be working. She was so kind that I considered her a good friend. Even though we parted ways as the store went out of business I would keep up sending Christmas cards. I saw her at Marshalls n of course it was like nothing changed. Always so sweet. I was amazed when she told me she had long hair, cause she always kept it so neatly up in a bun. I can't say I'm surprised that she was still working at the age of 85. I have so many more fond memories of Barbara that I could go on but, I just wanted to let you know she will be sadly missed, but live on in my memories.