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10/12/2012 11:48:00 AM
Obituary: Barbara Marie Hornsby Chandler

Barbara Marie Hornsby Chandler, 77, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012, after a long battle with metastatic thyroid cancer.

Barbara was born to Aldridge and Freda Hornsby on Jan. 15, 1935, in Hamilton, Ohio. She graduated from Laurel High School on April 27, 1953. She married William B. Chandler on July 17, 1953, in Laurel, Ind.

Barbara worked as a secretary, a cosmetologist, at the Cyprus Bagdad Copper Kettle Restaurant, Cyprus Bagdad Copper Laborer-Tailings helper in Mining, Walmart in Prescott, Ariz., and Walmart in Ormond Beach, Fla.

Barbara is survived by her five children, Michael J. Chandler (Val) of Chino Valley, Ariz., and grandchildren Daniel, Joshua, Megan and Cody of Alaska; Penny Chandler-Dalton and husband Allen of Elko, Nev., and granddaughters Penny Cheyenne Foster (Robert) of Spring Creek, Nev., and Sarah Marie Foster of Chandler, Ariz.; Rodney L. Chandler of Chino Valley and grandson Waylon of Prescott; Steve F. Chandler and grandsons Steven and William of Cottonwood, Ariz.; and William B. Chandler III., as well as many great-grandchildren.

Barbara is also survived by her four brothers, Roger A. Hornsby (wife Linda), Hot Springs, Ark., Fred R. Hornsby (wife Crystal), Trafalgar, Ind., James H. Hornsby III (wife Joanna), Connersville, Ind., and Thomas B. Hornsby (wife Chris) of Greenwood, Ind.; and two sisters, Karen Hornsby Sherrell of Noblesville, Ind., and Pamela R. Hornsby Dugle (husband Dave) of Little Rock, Ark.

Information provided by survivors.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, October 13, 2012
Article comment by: Val Blair

Never say goodbye, Never forgotten .God saw that she was getting tired, and a cure was not meant to be, so he put his arms around her and whispered "come to me" with tearful eyes we watched her suffer. And watched her fade away, although we loved her dearly we could not make her stay. A golden heart stopped beating, and a warm loving heart to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us that he only takes the best. R I P .



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