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Barbara Ann Ganschow

Beloved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother; Barbara Ann Ganschow (Glomski) passed away peacefully in her home in Camp Verde, Arizona on February 1, 2017 surrounded by her family. Barbara was born in Pepin, Wisconsin on June 17, 1938.
She loved Crafting of all sorts and was proficient in Card Making, Cake Decorating, Acrylic & Oil Painting, Sewing, Crochet and Knitting. For the last 25 years Card Making was her passion; never making more than one of each creation, she preferred that each card be unique and beautifully detailed.
Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Wayne Arthur Ganschow, and eldest son, Paul Arthur Ganschow. Survivors include Daughters Lynn M. Pyle (husband Michael R. Pyle), and Rebecca S. Bradly, Son, Michael W. Ganschow (wife Tammy Ganschow), Thirteen Grandchildren and Twenty Three Great Grandchildren, Two brothers John (Jack) and Tom Glomski.
There will be a short Memorial Service on Saturday, February 11 at 12:30pm at The Spoken Word Tabernacle, 856 North Garner Lane, Camp Verde, Arizona 86322.

2 Comments to Barbara Ann Ganschow:

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Virginia on Tuesday, February 07, 2017 7:40 PM
She fought the good fight and and we will see her soon. Always in our hearts. Love Bunches, Joseph,Virginia,James,Jillian and Micah
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Ryna Stephens on Thursday, February 09, 2017 9:46 AM
My thoughts are with you all as you grieve and move forward without your Dear One. Barb was well loved by friends and family, and while I did not know her well, I know how it feels to lose a mother, a father, a son, and a sister and to deal with the empty spot it leaves in your life. What I do know is that she was truly an artist with her craft, was strong in her Faith, and she had an enduring and strong love for all her family.......those things were certainly worthy gifts she gave to this Life and to all who loved and knew her.
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