Barbara W Strong

April 5, 1930January 5, 2021

Barbara W. Strong, our Beloved Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Grandma, Great Grandma, and Great Great Grandma Returned to our Father In Heaven Surrounded by her family at age 90, after suffering multiple strokes and old age related natural causes.

Preceded in Death by Her Loving Husband Jack, Son Mark, Granddaughter Jennifer Strong Terry, Grandson Austin Jack Snow. Her Parents Jesse Lee and Beulah Ervilla Widdis, Sister's Rosalie Wood and Shirley Widdis, Brother Paul Widdis.

She is survived by her Daughter's Pam (David) Vierig, Karen Strong (Scott Migliore), Daughter in Law Deb Strong. 13 Grandchildren, 32 Great Grandchildren and 15 Great Great Grandchildren. Many Nieces and Nephews and Family by Marriage that were Dear to Her.

She was a true Angel here on Earth and was adored by anyone that ever met her. Her example of Unconditional Love, Kindness, Unselfishness and Forgiveness will forever live in our Hearts. Known as "The Pink Grandma" or "Grammie Great" to all her Progeny that loved her so. Heaven surely gained a precious Soul. She will be missed terribly until we get to be Reunited with Her again.

Family Service will be January 23, 2021 viewing at 1PM and service 2 PM at Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 Highland Drive, Salt Lake City Utah 84106


  • Private Viewing

    Saturday, January 23, 2021

  • Private Family Service

    Saturday, January 23, 2021


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Pat Marlor

January 23, 2021

We loved having Barbara over to many family gatherings with Tyler, Mandy, and the boys. She was the epitome of grace and class. She always would thank us over & over for being at our home. She was especially sweet to our daughter,Mandy. Mandy considered her a true “Grammie the Great”. Barbara enjoyed Mandy’s chocolate chip cookies! If they were going for a visit, Mandy had to hurry and bake a batch for Jack & Barbara. I was so jealous of her flawless, porcelain skin and would tell her I sure did want it and she’d giggle! Condolences to the family for a wonderful woman with a life well lived!

Mary Lou Layton

January 19, 2021

I am sending love and prayers to sweet Barbara’s family and friends. What an incredible lady she was. I had the pleasure of sharing books and conversation with her at Spring Gardens . She loved when I took her my chocolate chip cookies. She truly was an angel and now truly is. Rest In Peace dear lady. I know you are so happy to be back with your dear husband and in the arms of Our Lord. My deepest condolences to her wonderful family.

Lori Aikin

January 19, 2021

I love Aunt Barbara so much! I will miss our lunches, those tender hand-holding and a kiss on the cheek always. Her tenderness and love is etched in my heart forever.

Bob and Merrilee Jewell

January 17, 2021

It is sad to see great neighbors like Jack and Barbara leave us. We have missed both of them since moving out of the condos. We have too many memories to share just one. You were our neighbors for more than 30 years. May you both rest in peace and have a joyful reunion.

Lori McDonald Winn

January 13, 2021

I will always remember and love your mom. I was a little girl that she made feel important and loved. We had good times in her kitchen. My condolences to all of her family. She was one incredible lady.