Dyer, Barbara Ann (née Lang)

Dyer, Barbara Ann (née Lang)

January 9th, 2021

Peacefully with family by her side, at home, on Saturday, January 9, 2021, Barbara, of London, Ontario, in her 91st year. Beloved wife of Mahlon for 64 years. Loving mother of Karen, Scott, Charles, and Martha. Adored grandmother of Joshua, Melissa, Laura, Eric, Benjamin, Brianna, and Liam. Dear great-grandmother of Adam. Predeceased by her sister, Janet. Barbara’s impact on her family will be felt for generations and, although she will be sorely missed, her family and friends are eternally thankful for all that she gave us throughout her many years. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held once it is safe to do so and a date will be announced. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Barbara are asked to consider The Salvation Army. 

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Elizabeth BreaultAunt Barbara will be loved always and missed greatly. Oncle Mahlon is one special person and husband to care for everyone of his girls for so long. My deepest of sympathies to all of you and she will not be forgotten but carried in our hearts and memories. Love Beth, Dale, Jacob and Matthew xoxo❤️🌹
Lisa and Steve BreaultOur deepest condolences to all of you. She was a great lady and will be missed by many
Pam CallejaDear Poppy, I’ll always remember Barbara’s girlish laugh and how she always made me feel welcome in your home and the times I was invited to holiday with you in Florida. So many good memories to hold on to about this wonderful woman. Much love to you, Pam
Betsy HendersonDear Karen and family-Am so sorry to hear about your Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hugs, Betsy
Monique ChristakisShe was a great woman. Given the time I spent at your house as a child she was like a second mother. A fantastic cook and hostess. My meatloaf to this day is as she taught me. We should all be so lucky to have a long life filled with love and a wonderful family. Our condolences to the entire Dyer family.
Betty Mayville My thoughts are with your family as you go thru this difficult time. She will be missed and remembered by many people. A special lady.
Jill and Tim HartwigOur thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this very challenging time. Barbara has left us all many warm and loving memories. Our condolences to each of you.
Bob RenaudMahlon, knowing Barbara and you was one of the most important times in my life. Your kindness and acceptance will never be forgotten. I was happy to be reunited with Barbara and you, for a brief time, at Janet’s funeral. I still drive down Coronado to see your former home and remember “Secret Pal” times. Bob
Sandie and Paul FaulknerSending our sympathy and thoughts with you during this difficult time. Wishing you beautiful family memories as you reflect on Barbara's wonderful long life.
Charlotte and Bob TraherTo Mahlon and Family We were very saddened to learn of the death of Barbara. She was a lovely lady and will be greatly missed by all of those who loved her. Our sincerest sympathy Charlotte and Bob Traher
Nancy LatimerOn behave of the Paterson family, I’d like to offer our condolences to Mahlon and his family. I have many fond memories of Barbara during my childhood and was lucky enough to continue knowing Barb in my adult life. Her warm and bubbly personality lite up a room and I know that she will be greatly missed. The friendship between Barb and my mother was one of great joy and laughter and there are many stories that both my mom and dad loved to tell. With sincere sympathy. Nancy (Paterson) Latimer
Joanne BarrDear Karen : I’m so sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing - keep all those special memories close to your heart- she was a special Lady - love Joanne💓
Christine Hutton Aunt Barb was my second mother. The Dyers lived across the street from us for 15 plus years, while all the kids were growing up. She gave me a big sister for a life time friend (met when we were 2 years old) and a brother to fight with everyone needs one of those!). Your home was my home away from home..where i knew i was always welcome. Even when you moved to London there were lots of visits, get togethers and a few trips. You will always be in my thoughts, prayers and memories. ...... Love Chris
Donna HuttonFor many years, we lived across the street from Barb and Mahlon. They are like family. Barb was the glue to our families. She was a good friend and confidant. When they moved to London, I was devastated. We missed them very much but continued to see them as often as possible. I shall miss her very much, but know she is at peace and free from pain. My deepest love goes to Mahlon and the kids. I love you all. Donna
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