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Barbara Dawn Hallett

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Barbara Dawn Hallett

Place of birth: Benton AK

Religious affiliation: Catholic

My Mother Barbara Hallett passed away at 9:23am December 6th a Saturday Morning She will be miss beyond any measure of this world. She had a unique dynamic spirit like no other, Loving, beautiful, charismatic, determined, head strong, silly, off beat sense of humor, not everyone got the joke at times, a bit cynical and critical. BUT UNDER ALL THE Dust WAS A HEART! I was fortunately blessed to be her daughter, best friend and yes at times we were worst enemies. But once you got past all of that My Mother Loved deep I mean Loved from her core, the depths of her heart was endless. So if she was hurt it went deep as well. She lived with a lot of hurt throughout this life, CHOICES her own and ours, which made it hard for her to share with those she loved the JOY of an open heart. Each of us got glimmers of it “but not one GOT it all” that was her safety net her Protection. She could be hurt quite easy at times, her defense was to hurt back. but that is ok. “She was WHO she was”. Loving her meant you had to be tough for all the rough edges. Overlook the broken edges, and cherish the moments and time.
She was a Woman that if you where honored enough to really get to know her you would NEVER FORGET HER. She is in the loving hands of Jesus, We were blessed to know and love her.

I Love you Mom with everything I am or ever will be. Thank you for being my “Bright Spot” in this world.

She is SURVIVED by Her Eldest Daughter Pamela L. Hinkle, her two adult children Kip Halcomb and Amani Alajou Of Irvine, CA and Barbara’s Younger Daughter (ME) Daphawn “Renee” Wilson, my two Natural adult children Nicole D. Wilson and Travis Wilson-Guerrero as well as my adopted son Ben Nunez all of Riverside CA
Other Family Members Joyce Ivins Companion for 30 years she made a promise and kept it. no matter misery you both put each other through. and Renee’s Ex-husband Bobby L. Guerrero. WE divorced him 16 years ago but we all were still family.

My Mothers lifetime friends for Many years, Braxton, Carol, Rita, Patty, John, Maria (Carman), Edith, Linda and so many more.

We were Privileged to have been in her life and her in ours to share Memories that no one can Steal. It was very hard to watch you breakdown piece by piece, each day but I was with you. She was my treasure and my hero in so many ways, I admired the tinacty and spirit she forged through her life with her hearing disability she refused to be defined by, raised two daughters without Fathers, assisted with her Grandchildren. Behind the Walls was Secrets she held I read her journal she was a Scared, confused, misdirected, misunderstood. Woman. She had been beaten down by her own inability to put a value on herself far beyond money or things. Or to believe that she had the quality to be truly loved. I loved you Mother with a True pure heart without judgments of your reasons. Even in the times we were apart (which were few) my love was never self-serving, just me putting a stop to the drama. I accepted all of you. May not have agreed, but we agreed to disagree… All she ever wanted was Loyalty, Love and security in both. Which I am sure I failed her, so may in the name of Jesus Christ have mercy on us both. I Pray in Gods loving care his love has filled the emptiness that this world never could. I Love you Mother Forever, for always. Thank you for our Yesterdays, our memories shared, stories to tell, todays lessons of truth, your lessons keeps me aware, Our tomorrows reunion in heaven, your loving tender words keep warm in such a cold and heartless world. Rest In Peace My Precious Mother…Muah 🙂

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