Barbara Carey – in memory

From Sheila Brass via WGBH QuickNooz

WGBH extends its deepest sympathies to the friends and family of Barbara Carey, who passed away recently. Barbara worked at WGBH for 25 years, serving most recently as business manager for the Lifestyle Unit.

Barbara Jean Vanessa Carey passed away suddenly on February 5, 2007.

A long-time employee at WGBH and the anchor of the How To’s for many years, she will be missed by her many friends and co-workers. Her caring nature, her wonderful laugh and her reputation for giving great parties will be long remembered.

Relatives and friends are kindly invited to call at Brown and Flaherty Funeral Home, 261 Washington Street, Somerville, on Thursday, February 8, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Notes to the family should be send to Daniel and Danese Carey, 16 Gorham Road, Belmont, MA 02478.

In lieu of flowers, Marmalade’s and Cappucino’s Mum would like you to please send donations to Peepers’ Fund, Cushing Square Veterinary Clinic, 133 Trapelo Road, Belmont, MA 02478 or to a charity of your choice.

Internment will be private.

One thought on “Barbara Carey – in memory

  1. I grew up with Barbara and loved her very much. I have not lived in Massachusetts since I was married decades ago. I just recently heard of her passing and my heart feels deep sorrow.

    I can remember so many fun times we had together. I recall when she was telling me about her trip to Ireland the first time she went. She came back and her favorite song was from Jefferson Airplane: my bags are packed I’m ready to go….. She told me the greatest stories of that trip and I eventually want to Ireland myself.

    She had a really great great family. I remember the twins and Denise and her parents. Her mother was a real hoot and could cook a really great meal.

    Barbara we will be together again someday and I look forward to catching up. All my love, Lesley. P.S. my father still lives on Gilbert Road and is 92. When I go to visit him I always walk on Gorham Road with the hopes of seeing someone in your family.

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