In memory of

Barbara W. Amos

May 25, 1954 – November 24, 2012

           On the evening of Nov. 24th, Barbara Amos went to heaven peacefully in her home, in the presence of her family. Barbara was born in the town of Milton, MA on May 25, 1954. She married Paul Amos on May 27,1979 and resided in Dedham, MA until the family moved to Wolf Creek, MT in 2004.

        Barbara’s passion was spending as much time as possible with her 7 grandchildren and her close friends, “The “Wolf Creek Girls.” She loved the Lord, and was always close by in someone’s time of need. Barbara is survived by her husband Paul, her daughter Sarah Davis, her son-in-law Jesse Davis, and their 5 children Samuel, Jarrett, Aravir, Corbin and Hudson Davis.

       Also survived by, her son Benjamin Amos, his wife, Kim Amos, and their 2 children Liam and Tucker Amos. Also survived by, her 2 sisters Lynne Weinacker and Janet Hubbard, and her 2 brothers, Eric Gagnon and Paul Gagnon.

       A special thanks to St. Peter’s Hospice Care. A memorial service will be held on Saturday Dec. 1st at 1:00 PM at the Greenlee Dance Hall on Little Wolf Creek Road just passed mile marker 3.  Flowers or gifts can be sent to 300 Main St. Wolf Creek, MT 59648

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  1. nancy morris says:

    I am so very sorry for the loss of Barb. She was a wonderful, positive person, and the book group missed her dearly when she moved from Dedham.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  2. I am so sorry to hear of lost.. When we experience death it can cause us to wonder does God care? Even though we may not know each other I have also experience the pain that death can bring. Something that has truly brought me comfort is a scripture from the bible at Revelation 21:4..”and he will wipe out every tear from their ears, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” We all look forward to a time when those words will come true. But I hope this has brought you comfort like it has for me.

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