Marietta C. Barlow

October 6, 1917 - July 14, 2017

Mrs. Marietta C. Barlow, 99, of Warsaw and formerly of Castile died Sunday, July 16, 2017, at Wyoming County Community Hospital.

She was born October 6, 1917, in Castile, NY daughter of the late Marvin and Louise Love Cummings.

Marietta worked in the Telephone Office in Castile, NY, prior to and during World War II. She worked with her husband for many years in the family owned pharmacy (Cummings) in Castile.

Marietta was a lifelong resident of Castile and a member of the Castile United Church of Christ for 85 years. She enjoyed traveling with her husband and many friends. Reading and working on the family genealogy were a few of her many past times. She was a member of the Castile Chapter 232 OES, a member of Castile American Legion Auxiliary, Wyoming Co. Republican Women’s Club, Castile Wednesday Club, Warsaw Monday Club, life member of Castile Historical House and member of Castile Silver and Gold, also a Cub Scout Den Mother and Brownie, Scout and FHA Leader.

Marietta was predeceased by her husband of 61 years, Frank and her brother, Marvin Cummings.

She is survived by son, Dr. Jared C. (Barbara) Barlow of Grand Island, NY; daughters, Judy (Samuel) Schillaci of Rock Glen, NY and Louise (John) Haskins of Mumford, NY. Also surviving are 6 grandchildren, Jared (Michele) Barlow, Jeffrey (Marie) Barlow, Julie (Chris) Dunbar, Samuel (Jodi) Schillaci, Mary Jo (Chris Cornell) Schillaci-Scaccia and Kennard Chandler, 7 great grandchildren, 3 step-grandchildren and their families and a niece and her children.

Flowers are gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to the Castile Historical Society, 17 Park Rd. E., Castile, NY 14427 or Castile United Church of Christ, PO Box 512, Castile, NY 14427.

Calling hours are from 3pm to 7:30pm, Friday, July, 28th and from 11am to 12pm, Saturday, July 29th, at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where a service will be held at noon on Saturday July 29th.

Important Dates

July 28, 2017 : Calling hours for Marietta C. Barlow - 3:00 PM to 7:30 PM

July 29, 2017 : Calling hours for Marietta C. Barlow - 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

July 29, 2017 : Memorial service for Marietta C. Barlow - 12:00 PM

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Jul 25.17 from Anne R. Tirone:
So sorry for your loss.

Jul 25.17 from Dan & Karen Liberante:
Dear Family, "Midge" held a special place in our hearts. Her talents, energy and style will be long remembered. She will be missed when we visit Buffalo. Our love to the Family, Dan, Karen and the girls

Jul 23.17 from Lois (McBride) Potts:
Your mother was such a special friend for years to my mother, Florence (VanCise) McBride. I do believe they graduated from high school together and your Mom is now the last of their class. She was so wonderful to visit Mom when she was in the nursing home in Warsaw. They certainly shared years of memories. Hold on to all those memories of her and her wonderful life.

Jul 22.17 from Joanne M Dickes:
Marietta and I had many good laughs together when I delivered meals on wheels to her. What a kooky sense of humor. I will miss her mischievous smile and her intelligence. I never left her apartment without a smile in my heart.

Jul 22.17 from Kathy Kohler:
I have thought of your mom often, heard about her valued work at the Historical House. She will been much missed. May your memories keep you strong. What volumes of memories you have. Blessings.

Jul 19.17 from Tracey connolly:
Such a great lady. Many great memories at the bank. Rest in peace Midge.

Jul 19.17 from Claudia stover:
I always enjoyed your moms company. Just recently I was in rehab and she came to visit my rojommate. What a pleasant surprise for me. I wish we could have spent more time together

Jul 19.17 from Jill and Stephen Kaplan:
We celebrate the life lived by Mrs Barlow. What a life well lived by this extraordinary woman. Condolences to her family. She will be missed.

Jul 19.17 from Marlene Grazen:
With fond memories of visits on Morningside and in Castile

Jul 19.17 from Steve Lockwood:
Judy and family,

I was sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. She was truly a wonderful woman. I have only fond memories of her from working at the bank years ago. She had a great life. My condolences to you and your family at this time. Steve

Jul 18.17 from Marsha Redden:
My heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your mother. Many many years ago I worked with Frank at Rite Aid. I only met her in passing but she was such a genuine person.

Jul 18.17 from JIM N JEAN VOKES:
Our utmost condolences. Your many comments on FACEBOOK showed she as loving and loved person!

Jul 18.17 from Deb & Jim Rosati:
Louise and family, our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your mom. May you find strength in our Heavenly Father as you navigate these upcoming days. Be strong in knowing your folks are reunited in Heaven.

Jul 18.17 from Debbie McCready Larson:
So many memories of Midge. At the drug store, the awesome soda bar, at Eastern Star functions. She was a great lady and will be missed.

Jul 18.17 from Bobbie Carney:
So sorry for your loss. May God be with you and your family at this time.

Jul 18.17 from Brenda Loop McNulty:
Castile has lost a true treasure! Mrs. Barlow was a wonderful lady. Her kindness was unsurpassed. Blessings to her family!`

Jul 17.17 from Ann Gustafson Robinson:
Somehow I always thought Marietta would outlive us all. She and my mother, Janet, were childhood friends and just loved playing Anagrams together. I remember so fondly our annual summertime visits. Many prayers---a great loss of such a delightful woman.

Jul 17.17 from Carolyn Bauers:
Such a loss for all who knew her. For those of us who had the privilege to work with her at the Bank, she was mom to us all. She will be missed. Godspeed Midge as one of God's Angels.

Jul 17.17 from Carol Becker:
Marietta was such a delight to know. She was a wonderful woman, friendly and loving to anyone she met. I will miss having tea with her in her apartment on Patrick Lane. I will miss her very much as will her many, many friends & of course family.