April 3, 1966 – January 2, 2019
Barbara Ann Hardin was born April 3, 1966 in Oil City, PA. She went to be with her Lord January 2, 2019 in Keithville, LA after a long battle with MS. Barbara was a very kindhearted person. Her family was her life; her grandson dearly treasured his “Nana”. She loved animals, especially her dogs, Axel, Scoot and Shorty. Barbara is survived by her husband, Jimmy; her daughters, April Hardin and Amber Hershberger and husband Shane; her mother, Carolyn Seegers and husband Gerald; her father, William Siegel; a grandson, Brayton Hershberger; an aunt, Rhea Hale and husband Harvey; a cousin, Kelly Weisenfluh and husband Kevin; other relatives, and many friends. A service celebrating the Life of Barbara will be held Monday, January 7, 2019, 11:00 AM at Providence Road Baptist Church, 11708 Providence Road, Keithville, LA. Visitation with the family will be Sunday, January 6 from 2 until 4 PM at Providence Road Baptist Church.
- Jimmy Hardin, Husband
- April Hardin, Daughter
- Amber Hershberger and Shane, Daughter and husband
- Carolyn Seegers and Gerald, Mother and husband
- William Siegel, Father
- Brayton Hershberger, Grandson
- Rhea Hale and Harvey, Aunt and husband
- Kelly Weisenfluh and Kevin, Cousin and husband
- Visitation Sunday, January 6, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, January 7, 2019
March 4, 2019
It has been two months since I lost you, my very dear, dear niece, Barbie Hardin. You are in my thoughts and prayers the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night. My heart still has a big hole in it that makes me so very sad for my sudden loss. I have so many things that we did not get to talk about......My memories go back to when you still lived in Pennsylvania and we spent so much time together. You were like a big sister to Kelly. Barbie, you were the sweetest little girl with those beautiful blue eyes and such a sweet heart. You remained that person through all the good and bad times. I miss you more every day. It is like a part of me went with you. I regret all the times I could have picked-up the phone and just said "hey" instead of telling your Mom to tell you "I love her". Please know you are so loved and you have always held a special place in my heart since the first day I saw you . Barbie, you are very, very special to me, more than words can say.
I know you are free of pain, both physically and mentally. Just knowing you are in God's hands helps with my sad times. I am so happy you are in heaven with the Good Lord and Grandma and Grandpa Stover. We will all be together some day. Until then, I love you, Aunt Rhea