Let the memory of Barbara be with us forever.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Barbara Ormrod . We will remember her forever.

Obituary:

Barbara Mae Ormrod 83, of Spring Hill, Florida passed away on January 24th 2019 in Newport, NH. Barbara had been battling with stomach issues for the last five years.

Barbara is survived by her sister Alice (Midge) Chase (Dyer). She was preceded in death by her husband Russell Ormrod, five brothers Frank (Spark) Dyer, William (Bill) Dyer, James (Jim) Dyer, Maynard Dyer, Theodore (Joe) Dyer, and one sister Marianne Cole (Dyer).

Barbara was born in Sharon, Vermont on July 20 1935. She worked as a cab driver in Claremont, NH. She lived in Texas as a florist.She lived in Framingham, Massachusetts area and worked at a wig company. Barbara & Russell built homes in Florida for a number of years together. Barbara and Russ took a break from home building to run a restaurant in Millinocket, Maine for a number of years before moving back to different areas of Florida to resume building new homes and selling them (which involved many, many moves build a spec, build a home move in, sell and start over).

Barbara is remembered fondly by surviving family and friends as a person who was always eager to help anyone who needed help in anyway possible. Family, friends, and even took in a cat in need of a home (Gracie) are just a few of the people Barbara helped.Barbara was a hard worker all of her life not afraid to jump in and do anything that needed to be done!

At Barbara Ormrod’s request there is to be no funeral. There will be a burial of her ashes on June 8th at 11:00 AM at the Pine Hill Cemetery in Sharon Vermont. We will have a POT-LUCK family celebration of Barbara Ormrod at Alice (Midge) Chase’s home immediately following the burial.


Posted by Laurie Colburn on February 24, 2019
Such a loss. You'll be missed by many "Aunt Barb". I'm thankful for the times I was able to enjoy your company. I'll miss you
Posted by Hannigan Vitasentials on February 22, 2019
Barbara was a great person she loved all of her nieces and nephews, if she was your friend she was your true friend! She helped any one who needed! She will be missed by all, Barbara, was my friend, my sister, and my sister in-law. I have enjoyed knowing her since I was 15 years old (and that is a while ago!) We both have had Many wonderful years together! I loved her so much! I will miss her for the rest of my life! GOD bless you Barb! Rest In Peace! Love you, Nancy Evans
Posted by LORI GRIER on February 21, 2019
Barbara My Friend
I met my friend 15 yrs ago, we had both lost our husbands a few months apart. She was their for me and I for her. Together for formed a beautiful friendship that i will forever hold close to my heart. Barbara loved people, she was so giving of herself, anyone needed something she went running to help. i remember all the good times we shared like, swimming in the pool at 5pm each night, bike rides around the park and just sharing stories of each others life and family. I miss her each day but so greatful we got to met.
Love Doris Grier
When I think of Barbara I think of amazing, caring, kind and giving. Truly someone so special. For sure Heaven did get another Angel the day she left us. Spread those wings Barbara and remember we love you!
Love Lori Grier
Posted by Carole Devine Jim Devine on February 21, 2019
We met your Aunt briefly but we know from the love you had for her that she was one very special person. Our deepest sympathies to you and yours.
Remember all the happy times and celebrate the life you had with her. We are very sorry for your loss.
Posted by Barbara Peabody on February 19, 2019
Barbara will be remembered with a smile on her face, her pressed and creased jeans with the white shirt. Hair always done very nicely, her earrings, blue fingers, which we always compared. Nothing but the fondest of memories of Barb.
Written in a card by Verna, her nurse practitioner from Florida
Posted by Barbara Peabody on February 19, 2019
I will miss everything about my Aunt Barb. She was more than an aunt. She was another mother and best friend. I will miss the kayaking down the Weeki Wachee, walks on the beaches and many more of the things she enjoyed doing with me. Most of all I will miss her hugs and kisses. The next time I have my coffee on the beach I know she will still be sitting beside me waiting for the dolphins to swim by. I love you Aunt Barb.
Posted by Arline Henninge on February 19, 2019
Rest in peace, Barbara. We will miss you.
Posted by Cindy Dyer on February 18, 2019
Lots of thoughts,but not the words to express our sorrow of Aunts Barbs passing.Always a highlight seeing her at the family reunion.When Ma and Dad were alive,hearing from them of her visits to them.Our paths didn't cross very often,but when they did it was always wonderful.
Cliff and Cindy
Posted by Gloria DeMartino on February 18, 2019
Barbara was a very sweet person, beautiful inside and out. She will be missed by many. Fly with the angels Barb, and rest easy
Posted by Sandra Neve on February 18, 2019
We will miss Barbara so much around here at Windward Village. May she rest in peace

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