Arlene M. Barnard

March 16, 1930 - June 20, 2018

Age 88, of Perry, NY formerly of Castile, passed away on June 20, 2018 at Suzanne’s Comfort Care Home in Perry.

She was born March 16, 1930 in Batavia, NY daughter of the late Leonard and Marjorie Luce Booth. Arlene was a graduate of Perry High School and was a lifetime resident of the Perry area. She was extremely proud of her children and grandchildren and loved attending all of their school and sporting events. She enjoyed fishing, bowling and card playing. Arlene was accomplished at knitting, crocheting and quilting and donated many quilts and crocheted items to a variety of area charities. She was a member of the Wallace-Jeffers American Legion Auxiliary in Castile.

Arlene was predeceased by her husband, Burdette Barnard who died on February 25, 2013.

Surviving are her children, Charles (Patti) Barnard of Algonquin, Illinois, Diane (Dusty) Deiter of Silver Springs, Eric (Jill) Barnard of Lakeville; her grandchildren, Kayla Barnard, Alyssa (Joe) Barnec, Haley Barnard, Stacy (Terry) Wilkinson, Melissa (Richie) Washburn, Emily Barnard, Erica Barnard and Zachary Barnard; her great grandchildren, Ava Wilkinson, Lea Wilkinson, Tessa Wilkinson, Bryson Wilkinson, Garret Washburn and Claudia Washburn. She was the stepsister of the late Roger Booth.

Friends may call Monday, June 25 from 11 AM – 2 PM at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where Arlene’s funeral service will be held immediately following visitation at 2 PM. Burial will be in Grace Cemetery, Castile. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Suzanne’s Comfort Care Home, 167 N. Main St., Perry, NY 14530.

Important Dates

June 25, 2018 : Calling hours for Arlene M. Barnard - 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

June 25, 2018 : Funeral service for Arlene M. Barnard - 2:00 PM

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Jun 25.18 from Carol M Thompson:
I loved helping to care for Arlene at Suzanne's comfort care home. We had some nice visits while sitting on the porch and over some of her favorite coffee. She was a joy to care for, spunky and always appreciative. It was a special moment on the Saturday evening when Arlene's granddaughter Haley called and Arlene was able to tell her she loved her. So glad that you called Haley!

Jun 24.18 from Patti Barnard:
Arlene was a wonderful mother-in-law & I feel very blessed to have had her in my life. She was kind, loving, generous, and had a great sense of humor. She was a wonderful grandmother to my 3 daughters & she took great pride in her family. I will cherish memories of time spent with her playing cards, sharing stories, family picnics and many Chicago adventures. She gifted us through the years with many beautiful quilts & crocheted afgans. I will miss her dearly.

Jun 22.18 from judy (burt) phillips:
I was one of the Friday night care givers for Arlene at Suzannes comfort home. She was always there to add her opinion to the conversation,just loved her. deep sown she was such a sweet heart. Very appreciative of everything we did for her-even if it was to give a glass of water, she said "thank you" miss her. judy

Jun 22.18 from Denise (White) Rader:
So sorry for the loss of your mother, grandmother. I remember her in my youth and she was a very nice lady. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Jun 20.18 from anthony diaz:
Arlene was a great friend to my mother, she spent may days at my mother home. Arlene came to taste and enjoy my spanish cooking, and even like my version of spaghetti a dish she had told my mother and me she didn't care for. There are many great things I can say about arlene; like how she made so many of us laugh, and cry with her story's. But the most important thing I can say about my dear friend arlene is " I want to be more like HER!" I will always love and remember you.

Jun 20.18 from Jean (Butler) Sullivan:
My family lived next door to Pepsi and Arlene when we were kids, they were great neighbors. If mom couldn't find me I was at their house. Many years later we would all laugh about our dog stealing hot dogs off their grill when Pepsi had gone in the house for a minute. I'm sorry for your loss, she was a fun lady. Remember all the happy times.