Barbara A. Powell
- October 3, 1951 - December 31, 2011
- Middleburgh, New York
of Barbara's Passing
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“i really miss you grama you where the best and we all miss you love for ever nathan
1 of 38 | Posted by: nathan schrom - ney york,ny, NY
“I will always miss and love you grandma.
Love you always and forever. Nick
2 of 38 | Posted by: Nick Schrom - st.johnsville, NY
“My grandma was a nice person she cared about people. she cared about her sons, grandsons, aunt anna, colt, alot of people,and alot of are famliy...Read More »
3 of 38 | Posted by: Nathan Schrom - st.johnsville, NY
“My condolences to the Powell family, I'm sorry for your loss. Togetherness will help through these rough times and knowing there are friends and...Read More »
4 of 38 | Posted by: Ashley Reinemann - Schenectady , NY
“A sad day has come and gone. Many of you have lost your best friend. Our wishes and prayers that you may find peace and comfort in your memories of...Read More »
5 of 38 | Posted by: The Madore Family - Duanesburg, NY
“love you aunt barb and miss you alot ang going to miss raising hell with you mom and dad and everyone miss you
6 of 38 | Posted by: tracy - schenectady, NY - nephew
“Barb, There are so many memories of the times you, Chuck, Delbert, Melinda, Roger, Debbie, Terry & I used to spend so much time together. As usual in...Read More »
7 of 38 | Posted by: JOYCE MONTANYE HOYT LORANGER - NY
“she was a great women, im so very sorry for entire family on the loss of their loved one...cherish all the good memories<3
8 of 38 | Posted by: jessica wayman
“we will miss you greatly but never forget all the good times we had.
9 of 38 | Posted by: melissa - middleburgh, NY - niece
“Mom ...Read More »
10 of 38 | Posted by: chucky schrom - Schoharie, NY
“Barb, you were the thread that bound this family together. You will be missed so much. It was so great spending Thanksgiving with you at Mark &...Read More »
11 of 38 | Posted by: Wendy Powell - Oppenheim, NY
“god took another angel home.may god bless her family ,so sorry for your loss'
12 of 38 | Posted by: Marlene Witts - schenectady, NY
“to my sister barbara i will always love you...i will see u again soon and dont fight with too many people up there.you will always be in my heart.and...Read More »
13 of 38 | Posted by: robin aldrich - warnerville, NY
“The broken chain
We knew little that morning that God called you home.
In life we loved you dearly.
In death we do the same.
It broke our hearts...Read More »
14 of 38 | Posted by: wendy mcmahon - scotia, NY
“I am sorry for your loss. She was very special to me and was and is a sweet person. She will always be in my heart i couldn't ask for a better cousin...Read More »
15 of 38 | Posted by: Darlene Carmen - Mechanicville, NY
“All the Powell's will always be part of life. We shared moments with all of your family in Sacandaga in the past years. Great memories. Our...Read More »
16 of 38 | Posted by: Jeff and Leanna (Pandori) Muscanell - NY
“LauraLee sorry to hear about your aunt and Charlie sorry to hear about your mom our thaughts go out to all of you at this time
17 of 38 | Posted by: Nancy & David Wainwright - NY
“Aunt Barbara, you were the glue that held us all together! You will be greatly missed!
18 of 38 | Posted by: Meghan Cool - Fort Plain, NY
“Enjoyed Thanksgiving with Barb @ Mark and Becky's- And very thankful for the memory. She had a great big heart tho she tried hard to be tough! I...Read More »
19 of 38 | Posted by: Terry L. Blanchard - Oppenheim, NY
“so sorry to hear... it was always a good time when hanging with her and the family! she never failed to make me laugh! my thoughts and prayers are...Read More »
20 of 38 | Posted by: Roxanne Mosher - NY
“You were always their for me and the boys. If i ever needed someone u always came. When nick or nate were sick or hurt u were always their for us...Read More »
21 of 38 | Posted by: tammy - st.johnsville, NY
“To whom ive loved so very much. If tears could build a stairway to heaven i would come and get u and be your crutch. you were my best friend. you...Read More »
22 of 38 | Posted by: Jerry - st.johnsville, NY - son
“My sincerest condolences to all of Barbs family....she will be greatly missed. We shared quite a few giggles between us where ever we met up but our...Read More »
23 of 38 | Posted by: Shelly Loucks Rancourt - NY
“I love you grandma, Rest In Peace
24 of 38 | Posted by: Corey Powell - Fort Plain , NY
“BARBIE , you was always a pleasure to be around and we will never forget you AUNT BARBIE Our blessing goes out to your family thanks for being...Read More »
25 of 38 | Posted by: David&Elaind Diamond @ family - NY
“Grandma, I will always miss you. I'm so sorry that I couldn't see you<3
26 of 38 | Posted by: Alyssa Shay Ardella - Schoharie, NY
“we will miss u very much aunt barb. thanks for everything u have done for me and my family. u were always there when someone needed u. i love u and u...Read More »
27 of 38 | Posted by: becky diamond rivrnburg - NY
“Barb, I'am going to miss you very much. We had some great times together and some bad times. You are my best friend, my sister and most of all my...Read More »
28 of 38 | Posted by: Chris & Theresa - Germantown, NY
We will mis you. You were greatly loved by all of us !
29 of 38 | Posted by: Tonya Schrom - schoharie, NY
“we had a baby shower in august for ashley we sure had alot of fun she was always jokeing around an did have a sense of humor u had to luv her
30 of 38 | Posted by: nettie crewell - schoharie, NY
“I love you Aunt barb and you will be greatly missed.
31 of 38 | Posted by: Lea Ann Aldrich - Warnerville, NY
“Henry was saddened to hear of the loss of Barbara... his thought & prayers are with the family.
32 of 38 | Posted by: Henry Pandori & Wendy Marsh-Alexander - NM
“i love you aunt barb u will be greatly missed tell grandma n grandpa i said hi
33 of 38 | Posted by: tori jacobsen - cobleskill, NY
we will all miss you alot. Thanks for all you have done for me in the past weeks.It won't be the same on the fishing trip with out you, But...Read More »
34 of 38 | Posted by: anna - middleburgh, NY - sister
“I never knew you but i grew up with yr siblings ,.... i went to school with twins ,,, and i know you must be as great as them !!!!! sorry to the...Read More »
35 of 38 | Posted by: mary pandori - des moines , IA
If tears could build a stairway and thoughts a memory lane
I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again
No Farewell words were...Read More »
36 of 38 | Posted by: Gregg & Shirlann Powell - NY
“My prayers & thoughts are with Barbara & to her family. She is now beginning a new journey in her life, one where she will have peace & happiness
37 of 38 | Posted by: Maxine Grinmanis (Maxwell)
“brrb you will be missed by all of us. tell mom and dad we miss them also.
38 of 38 | Posted by: scott j powell and faimly - NY
Middleburgh – Barbara A. Powell, 60, of Mill Valley Road, died Saturday, December 31, 2011 unexpectedly at Nathan Littauer Hospital in Gloversville.
Born October 3, 1951 in Potsdam, NY, she was a daughter of Robert and Adele (La Point) Powell.
Barbara had been employed as a packer at Stiefel Laboratories in Oak Hill for several years. She was an avid fisherwoman, NASCAR fan, and enjoyed playing cards.
Barbara was predeceased by two children, Corey Schrom and Shawn Powell.
Survivors include her three children: Brian Powell of Fort Plain, Charles Schrom of Schoharie and Jeramie Schrom of Ephratah; five grandchildren; eight siblings: Robin Aldrich of Cobleskill, Anna German of Middleburgh, Christal Powell of Schenectady, Robert Powell, Jr. of Delanson, Scott Powell of St. Johnsville, Mark Powell of Connecticut, Greg Powell of Schenectady, and Chris Powell of Germantown, NY; and several nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 3:00 pm on Saturday, January 7, 2012 at Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home, 171 Elm Street, Cobleskill, NY. A period of visitation will be held from 2-3 pm prior to the service at the funeral home. Inurnment will be private and at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Palmer & Shaylor Funeral Home, 134 River St., Middleburgh and Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home, 171 Elm St., Cobleskill.