Barbara Catherine  Waller's Memorial

Barbara Catherine Waller
(1939 - 2009)


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Name: Mrs Barbara Catherine Waller
Nick Name: Aunt Bob
Gender: Female
Age: 70 years old
Lived: Sunday, 19 March 1939 - Saturday, 5 September 2009

My Story

       I am always with you.  Release me, and let me go. You must not tie yourself to me with too many tears, just be thankful we had so many beautiful years. I gave you my love, and you can’t even imagine, how much you've given me back in happiness. I thank you for the love that you have shown, in my final hours when I needed you most, but now it is time I traveled on alone. So treasure our memories within your heart as I will forever.

Life Reflection Of…….


   Barbara Catherine Waller, the fourth of ten children born to Lillie M. Seab-Jenkins and Aubrey Jenkins, on March 19, 1939  in Crystal Springs Mississippi. She departed this life on September 5, 2009. She was preceded in death by her parents;  3 brothers, Jimmie E. Jenkins Sr., Aubrey Jenkins Jr., Alvin Jenkins; grandson Jamarcus A. Newton Jr., and husband Albert C. Waller.

    Barbara had a broad smile and her since of humor was contagious. She was loving, compassionate, and very independent. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, shopping, traveling and savor the moment memories such as parties, family reunions and togetherness at home. She also had a passion for photography. 

    She was shocked and thrilled to have First Lady Michelle Obama come into her room on
July 23, 2009 to administer her daily medications.  Mrs. Obama had a scheduled visit to
Barbara’s hospital for Cancer Awareness Week. 
    She leaves to treasure her memory:  her 3 loving children, Dwayne E. Waller, Karen L. Waller and Brandon T. Waller; 2 grandchildren, Dwanna D. Mixon, and Jyron Imann Waller; 1 great-grandson, Christopher M. Mixon;  4 sisters & 2 Brothers, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and devoted friends who loved her dearly.

             Bob we know you’re at peace. Now you have no more worries

             or bills to pay. We hope you made peace with God because it

            will make your going away easy to pay. We know we had ups

            and downs, but still you were our crutch when we were down.

            We learned a lot of things from you and we will never forget you 
            “Ms. Barb”. You have always done the best towards your family, 
            friends and neighbors. So we will say goodbye for now. We love 
            you, but God loves you best. Go on and take your rest.

            You children, family, friends and neighbors. From all of us

                             We all are going to miss you Bob!

                                               ……Karen, Jyron & Judson



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Fathers Name: Aubrey Jenkins
Mothers Name: Lillie M. Seab-Jenkins
Spouse's Name: Albert C. Waller
Children's Names: Dwayne, Karen & Brandon
Country of Birth: USA
Country of Residence: USA
City of Residence: Milwaukee
Marital Status: Widowed



Place of Passing: Milwakee, Wisconsin
Date of Passing: 5 September 2009
Place of Burial: Lincoln Cemetery
Plot Number: 12300 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL
Funeral Director: Unity Funeral Home
Funeral Location: 4114 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL
Funeral Date: 14 September 2009

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