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    Posted: 16 Mar 2024 at 2:14am
Was just thinking back when she posted a lot on here and remember Brian R and I would trade posts with her . Trying to remember how far back that was as it seems some was on the old form pages (not sure when the new format became the page now).
She was the contact person in Turner, Oregon for Tonys tractors . Remember she was all excited at getting her own place to conduct the business from .
 Wow trying to remember many of the old posters who are gone but guess when one has been on here for 20 years or more lot of individuals have quit posting for many reasons . 

Edited by Coke-in-MN - 16 Mar 2024 at 2:34pm
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Barb was one of the nice ones . Always a positive thought or post . Remember a forum member had gotten laid off and lost his job . She was thoughtful and caring. Telling the member he has worth , skills and would be sought after by employers. Guy got a job the next day and I remember him thanking her as that was the encouragement he needed.
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Barb and Brian Rees were the first to welcome me on this site
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be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord. Ps 27
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Thinking 🤔 Barb posted a picture for me in the late 90's . Nice lady!
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Barbara Carbaugh Obituary

Barbara Jean Carbaugh January 7, 1948 - February 20, 2010 TURNER - Barbara was born January 7, 1948 in Silverton, Ore. to Ken and Evelyn Harmon. She graduated from South Salem High School in 1966 and married Tony C. Carbaugh November 9, 1968. Barb passed away surrounded by loved ones on February 20, 2010 after battling Leukemia since last August. She is survived by husband, Tony; brother, Ray; sons, Tony (Season) and Brian (Kim) and 3 grandchildren.

Like them all, but love the "B"s.
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Barb was the best!! Anytime I called Tony's, Barb would answer and we would wind up gabbing for a while. Such a super lady! And so is my pal Tony. Tony and I still keep tabs on one another. Although Tony and I never met in the flesh, for over 20 years we talk to one another like we went to school together. Jo Jo and I were so sad when Tony lost Barb. As a matter of fact, we ALL lost Barb. God rest her soul........
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Barb was always right there when somebody needed help posting pictures.
 Brian Rees could always bring a smile to my face.
 Some many have come and gone in 23 years!
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