Barbara Tyree

Obituary

June 4, 1933 – December 31, 2020

Barbara passed away at home to be with the Lord in Reno, Nevada, December 31, 2020. She was 87 years old. Barbara was preceded in death by her beloved daughter Pam in 2016 and beloved sister Mary Broyles in 1996. She is survived by her husband of 66 years, Jess Tyree of Reno, Nevada; her son, Jack Tyree and wife, Shelly of Sacramento, California; her daughter, Jill Tyree Cartlidge and husband, Dean of Reno, Nevada; her son, Jim Tyree and wife, Candy of Cameron Park, California; She and Jess have 12 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandson and one due in July, and several nieces and nephews.

The family would like to give a heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the staff of Kindred Hospice of Reno, NV.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 29, 2021 at East Lawn Mortuary, 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento, California.
Viewing time: 10am-12pm (noon), Service time: 12pm (noon)

Due to COVID restrictions, services will be held on the Chapel Patio, dress accordingly for weather, masks are required, and a light lunch will be provided.

Guestbook

  • Jill Tyree Cartlidge says:

    We love and miss you Mom.
    We will see you heaven.

    Dad misses you terribly but knows you are in heaven with our Savior Jesus Christ.

  • Dean Cartlidge says:

    On wings of angels you departed to be in the bosom of our Lord everlasting. Hallelujah Barbara.

  • Lottie Flynn says:

    So very sorry for your loss! Thoughts and prayers for you all!
    🙏💙

  • Brenda says:

    Sorry for your & your families loss. What a funny & fun lady. My prayers are with all of you.

  • Pat and Everett Marler says:

    Aunt Barbara, you will be missed. I love to hear you laugh. Your strong devotion to the Lord was strong. We now have to let you go and be with our Lord and savior. Prayers for your family as I know they miss you so much. God bless.

  • Gayla Rogers says:

    I’m very sorry for your family’s loss. I remember her as a funny lady with a great laugh who dearly loved her family.

  • jessica says:

    i love u grandma so much . i miss u every single day . i know ur up in heaven with pam and ginger🙏 i love u

  • Diana Coruna - Kindred says:

    From my short time taking care of Barbara, I could tell she was an amazing woman. I wish I was able to write down the strawberry ice cream recipe she tell Jesse to make all the time. I surely miss Barb. My sincere condolences to the family.

  • Teri Saylor says:

    Aunt Barb you will be missed! I remember all the memories. God bless

  • Kimberly Tyree says:

    I grew up with my grandma, grandpa, and Pam living in the house in front of ours and they were the only family I grew up with. My grandma led me to God as a child I still remember going to service with her. I remember every thanksgiving we would have a huge dinner with our tiny family. And oh boy, Christmas time was the best at grandmas. Her Christmas tree would sit on a home built wooden box (that grandpa made) and on that box was her village. It always was so amazing as a child. And she LOVED her village we could look but NOT touch. She taught me many life lessons and taught me what family is. I remember in 08 when I moved to South Carolina and as the truck pulled out of her driveway I just started crying like a baby because I wasn’t sure if I would see her or grandpa again. But I moved home 8 months later and am so happy of the time I had with her and Pam. And now I have to remember that she is with Pam now and I know without a doubt she’s in heaven. I will truly cherish EVERY memory I had with you grandma you were an amazing woman and stood strong your whole life. I will miss our talks and stories you told me about where I came from and family I never met. I love and miss you more than words can explain. Xoxo

  • Michelle and Dan Thompson says:

    BARB YOU WILL BE MISSED.REST IN PEACE. SUCH A GOOD PERSON YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS.

  • Mike and Mona Warren says:

    Barb was someone everybody looked up to a real family leader and she will be truly missed Mike and I send our love to the family

  • Dale Tyree says:

    Dear Aunt Barbara, I will miss talking with you on the phone and you’re funny funny stories. Your laugh was so contagious. I’ll miss you dearly and I am so thankful to the Lord that you have blessed our lives so much.

  • Chris Cowgill says:

    Aunt Barbara, you will be missed. I remember you coming into family Christian stores buying your books. We would laught and talk about the Lord. One day we will all see each other again.

  • Brandy hutchison says:

    I will miss grandma with all my heart, I still can’t believe she’s gone and want to call her. I’m so very grateful for the time I did get to spend with her in the last 2 years since me and my family live so far away. I will miss being able to call her up on the phone just to see how she’s doing and hear the funniest stories about something going on in her life or a story from her past. She was so talented and I’ll never forget the beautiful wedding cake she made for me years ago! She taught me so many things but my favorite thing was learning how to crochet so now I can carry on traditions of making baby blankets for my family. She was so loving and caring and there isn’t anything she wouldn’t do for anyone she is truly an angel of God’s and will forever be in my heart. Love you Grandma! Say hi to my Dad up there in heaven ♥️

  • Gail C. says:

    It was a Joy and Privilege to be a part of Barb’s life. She was such a happy, funny lady, beautiful inside and out! She loved the Lord God; He was her Strength through everything! I’ll see you in Heaven Barb. My prayers are with her Family. God Will walk With you through these days. God Bless and Keep you, Gail

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