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Barbara House

Barbara Lee House (Higginbotham)

Thursday, March 27, 1952 - Monday, May 4, 2020
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Barbara Lee (Higginbotham) House of Festus, Missouri was born March 27, 1952 in Bonne Terre, Missouri a daughter to the late Lee Cresswell Higginbotham and Margaret Emma (Crowder) Higginbotham. Barbara departed this life Monday, May 4, 2020 having reached the age of 68 years 1 month and 7 days
On November 10, 1973, Barbara was united in marriage to the late Ethan Edward House at Pleasant Hill Christian Church in Potosi, Missouri and they were blessed with many years together.
Barbara was a devoted member of the First Baptist Church of Allenton Heights, Pacific, Missouri and was the church pianist for many years. She collected feathers and considered them gifts from the heavens. She also loved hunting for a unique rock, either along the creek bank or at a rock and mineral show. She loved nature and the beauty of small details in seemingly ordinary things. She also had a great love for animals having several pets through the years. She loved to be on the go visiting wineries, taking pictures and tending to her vibrant flower garden. Her sense of adventure and example of unconditional love for her family will be greatly missed
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E. John Puckett

Posted at 04:38pm
To my friend Barbara, who I caleed Sis for much of my life, I will always remember and treasure our lifelong friendship.
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Miranda Estes7Pickett

Posted at 11:53pm
To her parents, Lee and Majorie: I remember Barbra when going to Pleasant Hill Christian Church. She and John Sinclair sang many songs together and every now and then Warren Sanders and myself got to join in. She was a wonderful pianoist who loved music. Her smile greeted everyone as we would join in singing God's praises. I will never forget one year we had a Halloween party and she dressed up as the wicked witch. She had the cape and her broom ready to take off. I considered her as one of my friends and have often thought about her. She will be sadly missed, but she is in God's hands. I would like to think of her as sitting at God's feet singing or even playing the piano.
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