Barbara D. Hamilton
Barbara D. Hamilton
February 21, 1944 ‐ March 05, 2023
Barbara Hamilton (nee Danko) beloved wife of 47 years to the late James. Loving mother of Evan (Gina) and Victoria (Michael) Everett. Dearest Mimi of Elizabeth (Richard), Andrea, Ryan, Madison, Rachel, Alexis, Natalie, and Brooke. Cherished friend of Cherie. Sister in law of Dale (Deborah). Preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Elizabeth and sister Elizabeth. Barbara was a great cook and a stay at home mom before she worked for her husband as his book keeper and personal organizer. Barbara loved to read, cook, travel, but most importantly she loved her grandchildren. She wanted to make sure they were well cared for even up to her final days. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday March 11th starting at 12 noon at JENKINS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2914 DOVER CENTER ROAD, WESTLAKE with a Memorial Service to immediately follow at 2:00 pm. In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to be made to Pancreatic Cancer research and Breast Cancer research.
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Bill & Kathie Grayson
Santa Clara, Ca.
It was a pleasure knowing Barb. She will be missed.
Barb has been a good friend since 1978 when she invited me to join Westlake Junior Womens Club. She and Jim hosted a Kentucky Derby Party every year. When Barb lost her sister she visited me in England to ease her grief. She brought her gardening gloves to help me. And recently when I lost my husband , Barb made sure I had legal advice. She was a wonderful friend and I will miss her. Barb found so much joy in her grandchildren. My deepest sympathy.
1266 Ravenwood St./Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Very sorry to hear this news. My heartfelt condolences to Tori and her family. You are in my thoughts.
Deborah Stevens Hamilton
I am so sad and will deeply miss my kind, lively, lovely sister-in-law and dear friend Barbara. A wonderful hostess who enjoyed classical music and theater, travel, her flower beds, and fine cuisine and wine. Rest in peace dear Barb.
Roy (Buz) and Nancy Wilson
Naples, MI FL and Shelby
Tragic that Barb won't be any longer here on earth and interacting with Evan, Tori, and the grandchildren....yet we know that she will be with Jim for eternal life.
Unfortunately, when we moved overseas in 1982 we lost any frequent contact with Jim and Barb.....but our memories from about 1962 to 19982 are rich with laughter and story telling.
Good Bless you, Barb
Mrs. Hamilton was beautiful and so genuinely kind. She left an amazing legacy in Tori and her granddaughters who emulate her best characteristics. She will be dearly missed.