Barbara Lee Hobgood

September 12, 1932 – September 29, 2017

Hobgood, BarbaraBarbara Lee Hobgood, 85 of Edmond, Okla. was born Sept. 12. 1932 in Okla. City, to Samuel and Fay Burnett. She went to be with our Lord on September 29, 2017 surrounded by her family in Edmond. Barbara grew up on a Dairy Farm in Okla. City, and loved traveling with her husband and best friend Jack and daughter and granddaughter. During her travels with her husband during his military career she met Carmen Petit a friend that she cherished all her life. She also loved gardening and going to lunch with her girlfriends. Her faith was very important to her and her family remembers her bible verses on sticky notes everywhere in her home. Her love for her Lord was passed on to her Daughter, granddaughter and great grandchildren.

Barbara is survived by Daughter Catherine and son in law Randy Reed, Granddaughter, Lindey and her husband Thomas Lacy. Grandchildren, Ryder McGhee, Angelina Lacy, Catherine Lacy. Brother, Charles (Bud) Burnett and wife Janice, and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Her husband CSM Jack E. Hobgood, preceded her in death as well as her parents, her sisters, Betty Jane Voss, Mary Ann Burnett.

Graveside services will be 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 4, 2017 at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery.  Visitation will be held from 1:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at Matthews Funeral Home.

Comments

  1. Cathy and Family,
    So deeply sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your loved ones.
    Love you,
    Mona and Keith Cross
    Barbara Silvey

  2. Cathy, Randy and family- our prayers, thoughts and love are with you now as always. It is with heavy heart that we will be unabe to be there with you all. Delbert is sharing wonderful stories of Barbara and Jack. They are together again- home with the Lord. All our love- Delbert, Karin, Jack and Lauren

  3. Comfort and prayers to you all for the loss of a very sweet woman. I know she will be dearly missed but I know she will live in in your hearts forever. ❤️🙏🏻

  4. Aunt Barbara was so very special our family loved her so very much. Her mom and dad lived down the street from us and so did Barbara and Jack they lived next door to her mom. Loved stopping by the Burnett’s home and visiting with Barbara and her family. Aunt Barbara was a very wonderful lady and will be missed by all of us I loved her very much. So very sorry for your loss Cathy ..

  5. Aunt Barr had the sweetest nature and reminded me so much of Grandma. She was a loving aunt to me and my brothers, and she will be missed. I’m so sorry for your loss, Cathy, Lindey, and families.

  6. Barbara was a wonderful lady. She and Jean had so many good times together. Both Jean and I enjoyed the many meals together at the mall. My sincere condolences on your loss. Lyeal

  7. I am sorry for your loss.
    Those we hold closest to our heart never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they have brought into our lives.
    I am happy Barbara and her family came into my life.

  8. Aunt Bar & Uncle Jack were always so nice and kind to us. I’ll always remember Jack for the few times we saw each other in Houston and flew back to OKC together as well as the holidays spent together at Grandpa Sam’s and Grandma Faye’s house. Aunt Bar was the sweetest aunt ever. Cathy, Lindey and family, we are sorry for our loss. Jerry, Teri, McKenna & Samantha Burnett.

  9. Cathy,
    I am so sad with and for you in the loss of your mom. Barbara was so sweet and kind to me, and she quietly laughed at the silly girl things we did after school at your house. She was a perfect partner to your outgoing dad, and the traits I admire in you are his determination, enthusiasm and confidence, coupled with your mom’s deep faith and sweet spirit. May the God of all comfort wrap His arms around you in the days to come, for we know there is joy in heaven.

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