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Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
Current Time 5:39:50am
Current Time 5:39:50am
Obituaries: Priscilla R. Bailes
|Priscilla R. Bailes|
|Priscilla R. (Barron) Bailes, 64, of Byesville , passed away peacefully at her home following an extended illness, Monday (June 30, 2014 ) surrounded by her family.
She was born November 10, 1949 in Akron and was the daughter of the late Kenneth G. and Iona ( Claar ) Barron.
Mrs. Bailes was in restaurant management before she retired. She was Christian by faith, enjoyed soap operas, Days of Our Lives and General Hospital. loves spending time with her family especially the babies.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by one daughter Rachel Sara Bailes and two grandchildren including Gregory Allen; two sisters, Ada Jean Barron Barrett and Glenda Barron.
She is survived by her husband David G. Bailes whom she married March 12, 1966; two sons, David G. Bailes of Akron and Russell C. Bailes of Caldwell; three daughters, Roberta Jo (Lorin) Kleinhans of Alliance , Angela (Russ) Boso and Deborah (Roger) Smith of Byesville; one brother Kenneth C. Barron of Akron; one sister, Sandra LaChance of Deerfield; eighteen grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren.
No calling hours or services will be held at this time. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date at the Smith & Boso property.
|No calling hours will be observed|
|A memorial service will be held at a later date.|
|Black Epperson Funeral Home - Senecaville|
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