Barbara Iris Hanes

May 21, 1935 - August 22, 2022
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Wiley Funeral Home Chapel in Granbury
400 Hwy. 377 East
Granbury, TX 76048
817-573-3000 | Map
Saturday 8/27, 10:00 am

Celebration of Life

Barbara Hanes passed away peacefully in her home August 22, 2022.   She was born Barbara Purkey in Hammond, Indiana where she grew up and married Don Hanes on May 13, 1957. They moved to Highland, Indiana where they raised their daughter Laura. Barb was an active leader in Highland’s Girl Scout program for tenContinue Reading

Ron Nations left a message on August 26, 2022:
I always enjoyed going to Around the Clock Grill anytime day or night....Thank you, Barb and Don, for your hospitality...I also appreciate your many contributions to the Granbury community...I will never for get you!
Mike Hastings left a message on August 25, 2022:
Aunt Barb was always ready with a quip and a laugh. The family would be sitting around talking and suddenly the quiet conversation would be split by a big laugh and a big smile. As my brother Richard said in a recent email, "Barb was always lighting up the room when she walked in. I have great appreciation for the way she cared for Uncle Don all those years." I've liked Aunt Barb since the honeymoon ....... Yes, the honeymoon. Somehow, my twin brother and I got to spend a day with Uncle Don and new Aunt Barb during their honeymoon. Her smile and laugh were the same then as they were in her 80's. Barb and I have been careful not to discuss that trip since. After all, she was only 22 and I was a mature 5.67 years of age.
Sue Woods left a message on August 25, 2022:
Barb was my best friend and travel companion for many memorable trips. She always made the trips fun for everyone. She never met a stranger. I saw her most every day and we would have wine and share family news. We supported each other when we both became caregivers. She was my best friend, wonderful neighbor, confidant and I will miss her greatly. I feel privileged to have known her.
Charity Baughman left a message on August 24, 2022:
I remember when we were young we would help out at The Pitt Grill with my mom Linda Laney (Baughman). Our number one job was to keep an eye out for Don and Barb pulling up in the parking lot because when they did we would run to the jukebox and play “Take this Job and shove it” by Johnny Paycheck. We would all laugh our heads off for hours!
Richard L Hastings left a message on August 24, 2022:
Dear Aunt Barbara, may you find eternal freedom.
Wiley Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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