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Barbara A. Reathy (December 04, 1934 – August 10, 2022)

Barbara A. Reathy (December 04, 1934 – August 10, 2022)

Visitation Date: Friday,  August 26, 2022
Visitation Time:  5:00 pm to 7:00pm
Visitation Location: Golden’s Funeral Home, 210 N. Pennsylvania Ave, Winter Park, FL. 32789
There will a Viewing starting at: 10:00 am on Saturday, August 27th. 2022
*** Service will start immediately following viewing***
Service Date:  Saturday, August 27th, 2022
Service Time:   11:00 am
Service Location:  New Hope Baptist Church, 274 N. Capen Ave., Winter Park FL., 32789
Interment to be held at:  Pineywood Cemetery, 1810 S. Lakemont Ave, Winter Park FL., 32792
Barbara C. Reathy was born on December 4, 1934 to Mrs. Willie and Damon Clark of Winter Park, FL.
Barbara attend Orange County Public Schools for her early education.  She further her education into the medical field in Corpus Christi, TX. by attending Delmar College and became a certified nurse’s assistant.  She loved caring for people with compassion.  Barbara gave her life to the Lord in 1979 under the direction of Pastor Minnie Johnson-Orr, becoming a missionary for Jesus, leading many to true salvation with the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Preceding Barbara in death:  her parents, Willie & Damon Clark; Brother, Damon Clark Jr.; son, Albert L. Clark; daughter, Mary D. Clark-Graham, and granddaughter, Denishia N. Reathy.
Barbara leaves to cherish her memory: daughters,  Cathy Reathy-LaSaine and Deborah Reathy Johnson; 
son, Walter H. Reathy (Rene); grandchildren, Shima Clark, Luciana Slater, Anthony Thomas, Todd A. Reathy, Tamika Thomas, Summone Lapp, Shaelisa LaSaine, Todd A. Reathy, Krystal Clark, Shanta Williams,  Angie Chapman, Trey Reathy, Dearis Graham, Nikia Barrett, and Trisha Caldwell; brothers,  Willie J. Clark, Sr. and Harold Clark (Maurice); sister, Annie J. Gaines;
god-daughters, Lydia ‘Tinka’ Brown and Ebony Hayes; a host of great-grands, great-great grands, nephews, nieces, cousins and sorrowing friends.  Barbara will be greatly missed by those who knew her and loved her.




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