In Memory

Nancy Barnes (Doolittle)

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03/27/14 02:54 PM #1    

David Brown

Nancy Doolittle (nee Barnes), age 61, died Feb. 24, 2009.

Beloved mother of Christie Gelfand (Daniel) of Silver Spr9ng, MD. Dear sister of Geoffrey K. Barnes (Maryann) and Sally Barnes, both of Cleveland Heights, OH Nancy is survived by nieces Katherine and Caroline, and her nephew, Alex Barnes.

She is also survived by her friend Sidney Doolittle of Brewerton, NY. Nancy was a graphic designer in the field of graphic arts. The family prefers that those who wish may make contributions in her name to American Lung Association of Ohio, 6100 Rockside Woods Blvd., Independence, OH 44131.

Memorial Services will be held in the Chapel of Fairmount Presbyterian Church, 2757 Fairmount Blvd., Cleveland Heights (at corner of Coventry and Scarborough) on Saturday, March 28 at 3 PM.

04/01/14 08:31 AM #2    

Janet Karner (Lloyd)

Here is a photo of Nancy taken in 2005 at a reunion of our Girl Scout troop.  She was a good friend all through school and I think of her often.  It's so hard to believe that she has been gone more than 5 years.


04/13/15 09:33 PM #3    

Trudy Gottlieb (Lapin)

I remember Nancy as one of the most intelligent women of our class. I was impressed with her ability to balance mind and heart as a  teen, something that takes much more time for most grown men and women on their spiritual journey.

Wonder if there's any relation to a California poet with the last name of Barnes, the father of a student, who established quite a name for himself in the Southwest. Certainly, Nancy had the soul of an artist. May her memory be a blessing...

06/29/15 11:01 PM #4    

John Quinlan

06/29/15 11:04 PM #5    

John Quinlan

Nancy & I were  friends at Roxboro in band, classes, & those Friday YMCA dances. Managed to reconnect with her in 2007 (selfie) and visited her multiple times. She is missed!


06/30/15 04:26 PM #6    

Mary Kerr (Berr)

Nancy was a gentle soul. We spent a lot of time together while growing up and had many, many serious conversations about life, sucesses and failures. I think of Nancy often and especially in June. I believe her birthday was the 10th.

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