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Barbara A. Lovell-Vineyard

January 13, 1931 – May 27, 2023

Barbara A. Lovell-Vineyard

Mrs. Barbara (Nee Abbott) Lovell Vineyard, beloved wife for 37 years of the late Richard Lovell.  Loving mother of Dan (Sharon) Lovell, the late Brenda Miller, James (Julie) Lovell, Joe (Lee) Lovell. Cherished grandmother of David (Sarah) Miller, Heather (Ben) Ford, Christy (James) Myers-Barton, Jamie (Anthony) Nong, Marianne (Blake) Kinderman, Jessica (Nate) Grigsby, Richard Lovell, Erica (Jeff) Lyman, Andrew Lovell, 21 great-grandchildren, her loving sister, Mildred Gill and many extended relatives and friends. Barbara is also preceded in death by her second husband of 11 years, Jack Vineyard, her parents Algernon “Donald” and Virginia Abbott and her siblings Thomas Abbott, Charles Abbott, Donald Abbott, Ida Biggs and Loretta Duncan. She passed away peacefully at the age of 92 on May 27, 2023.

Barbara was born in Reading, Ohio and then resided in Evendale, Ohio for over 60 years.  She was blessed to have many caring neighbors, family, and friends and she enjoyed time spent with them.  She was loved by all for her sweet and compassionate nature.  You could often find her frequenting the Cracker Barrel in Sharonville, Ohio, bringing the staff candy to make them smile. 

Visitation will be held at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231, on Monday, June 5, 2023 from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. at which time the funeral services will begin.  Once on the grounds of the memorial park, turn left and follow the blue line to the funeral home. Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

Memorial donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at https://www.stjude.org or Hospice of Cincinnati at https://www.hospiceofcincinnati.org

Services

Visitation

Monday June 5, 2023 at 9:30 AM

The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home

Service

Monday, June 5, 2023 at 10:30 AM

The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home

Burial

Monday, June 5, 2023 at 11:30 AM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Guest Book

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“Mrs. Barb always made my day when she came into Cracker Barrel to eat and spend time with us her other Family. Her smile always brought me joy, if I was having a bad day and Mrs. Barb came through the door my day was okay because my Mrs. Barb was here. When she would come in with her Son’s and Mrs. Nancy I still had to get my Big Hug from her. I am really going to miss her Big Smile and her Hugs, it was a joy having her in my Life. Thank you God for Mrs. Barbara and her Family. Love you All and thank you again”


“Barb was like a second mother to me. Barb and her family were a part of my family. She welcomed me every day and always took care of me. She never got upset at me, and I gave her plenty of opportunities. I spent so much time at Barb’s house and countless overnights with Joe, and she only showed me love, attention, and compassion. Love Barb Always, now Rest in Peace.”


“Barb was so many things to so many people. It’s like a super power she had. Her ability to make you feel loved and cared for was amazing. Condolences to the Lovell family and all who loved her. She was an amazing lady.”


“Barb was an absolutely wonderful woman who knew all of us, cared about all of us, and was a great friend to our Dad before he passed. A remarkable legacy she leaves so we will be sure to celebrate and say a prayer.”


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“Always loved it when Mom (Ida) and Aunt Barb were together. They would both laugh so hard at something stupid, and then Mom would start snorting and that made them both laugh all the harder. And now they’re back together. I keep listening for Moms snorting and their crazy laughter. Love, Don , Joan, Dana, Shawn, Kenzie and Suzie”


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“Our condolences to the Lovell family. Rest in peace Aunt Barb you will forever be in our hearts. Love, The Abbott Family.”


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