Barbara Kaye Hamlin Mason
September 20, 1946 -
October 19, 2015

Visitation

October 21, 2015
5 - 8 p.m.

Service 

October 22, 2015
1 p.m.

Interment

Obituary

Graveside service for Mrs. Barbara Kaye Hamlin Mason, age 69 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Thursday October 22, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Lebanon Cemetery, with Bro. Jim Black officiating. Mrs. Mason passed away Monday October 19, 2015 at her residence.
A native of Lincoln County, she was the daughter of the late J.B. and Josephine Berry Hamlin, retired from WW Iron Works and was a member of the Washington Street Church of Christ.
Survivors include her children Lisa (Todd) Cobern, Laurie (Devin) Lowrance all of Fayetteville, Lee (Brenda) Mason of Ardmore, grandchildren, Katie Beth (Casey) Fones, Ethan (Samantha) Jennings, Garrett (Carlyn) Cobern, Zachary Mason, Austin Mason, Candace (Corey) Whitt, Shelby Williams, Anna Kaye Lowrance, Carly Lowrance, Taylor Huitt and Holly (Dustin) Wilson, six great grandchildren. Sisters, Ginger McCown, Jane Luther and brother Jay Hamlin. Mrs. Mason was preceded in death by grandsons Auburn Lee Jennings and Brandon Cobern, and sister Joe Ruth Lewter.
Visitation with the family will be Wednesday October 21, 2015 from 5 – 8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

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8 Comments

  1. Patsy Crawford

    I didn’t know! I read it in the paper. Gosh, I’m so sorry! Laurie, sweet, sweet Laurie! Lee, who I feel like grew up at my house, and Lisa, I am so very sorry. I was in a bridge club with your mother many, many years back. She was a lovely person. May our loving God bless and keep you as you go through your grief. Patsy Crawford

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  2. Wanda M. King

    Our sympathy on Barbara’s death. She is a dear person who will be missed. May the Lord comfort you all in your grief and
    bless you with good memories.

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  3. Pete Rudd

    Words cannot express my sadness in hearing of the passing of Barbara. She was my playmate, my friend, my confidante for many years. With her passing there is a giant hole in my heart that will never heal. I will remember her singing outside my window old Rosemary Clooney songs as a child..of her holding my hand as we drove to the first day of school..and the many conversations we had during school reunions and encounters when I came home to visit..and her pride in talking about her children. She was a wonderful human being..and you are her legacy. May that love guide you in dealing with your loss.

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  4. sherry1946Sherry McElroy George Foley

    Your mother was such a sweet and loving person. While I had not seen her for several years, I thought of her often. She has been in my prayers recently since I heard of her health problems. I used to own the craft store across the street when she had the store on the corner and still have a couple of things I got from her then. We talked often back then and the thing I remember about her most is how her eyes sparkled when she talked about her children. She was so proud of all of you. She will be missed.

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  5. BILLY and Cindy Langford

    Janie I am so sorry about your sister-praying for you at this time

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  6. Brenda and Gary Badenhop

    Lisa, Lee, and Laurie,

    We are thinking of you at this sad time. Barbara was a sweet person, and we always had special feelings for her. She truly loved her family. God bless you all and your families and may you find comfort through loving memories of her.

    Reply
  7. Dennie & Betty JO Massey

    Lisa Laurie and Lee May God Be With Each Of You In The Loss Of Your Love One We Have Each Of You In Our Prayers.

    Reply
  8. Wanda Jennings Preston

    Lisa, I am so sorry to learn of your mother’s passing. You have certainly had more tha. Your share of grief. Know that I am thinking about you and praying for you.

    Reply

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8 Comments

  1. Patsy Crawford

    I didn’t know! I read it in the paper. Gosh, I’m so sorry! Laurie, sweet, sweet Laurie! Lee, who I feel like grew up at my house, and Lisa, I am so very sorry. I was in a bridge club with your mother many, many years back. She was a lovely person. May our loving God bless and keep you as you go through your grief. Patsy Crawford

    Reply
  2. Wanda M. King

    Our sympathy on Barbara’s death. She is a dear person who will be missed. May the Lord comfort you all in your grief and
    bless you with good memories.

    Reply
  3. Pete Rudd

    Words cannot express my sadness in hearing of the passing of Barbara. She was my playmate, my friend, my confidante for many years. With her passing there is a giant hole in my heart that will never heal. I will remember her singing outside my window old Rosemary Clooney songs as a child..of her holding my hand as we drove to the first day of school..and the many conversations we had during school reunions and encounters when I came home to visit..and her pride in talking about her children. She was a wonderful human being..and you are her legacy. May that love guide you in dealing with your loss.

    Reply
  4. sherry1946Sherry McElroy George Foley

    Your mother was such a sweet and loving person. While I had not seen her for several years, I thought of her often. She has been in my prayers recently since I heard of her health problems. I used to own the craft store across the street when she had the store on the corner and still have a couple of things I got from her then. We talked often back then and the thing I remember about her most is how her eyes sparkled when she talked about her children. She was so proud of all of you. She will be missed.

    Reply
  5. BILLY and Cindy Langford

    Janie I am so sorry about your sister-praying for you at this time

    Reply
  6. Brenda and Gary Badenhop

    Lisa, Lee, and Laurie,

    We are thinking of you at this sad time. Barbara was a sweet person, and we always had special feelings for her. She truly loved her family. God bless you all and your families and may you find comfort through loving memories of her.

    Reply
  7. Dennie & Betty JO Massey

    Lisa Laurie and Lee May God Be With Each Of You In The Loss Of Your Love One We Have Each Of You In Our Prayers.

    Reply
  8. Wanda Jennings Preston

    Lisa, I am so sorry to learn of your mother’s passing. You have certainly had more tha. Your share of grief. Know that I am thinking about you and praying for you.

    Reply

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