Harriet E. Barror of Chesaning passed away Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at her home surrounded with the love of her family. She was 87 years of age.
Harriet was born in Detroit on November 16, 1933, the daughter of the late Howard and Florence (Snider) Baase. She was united in marriage to James L. Barror on January 22, 1972 at the Brady Wesleyan Church in Brady Twp. After 49 years later, they still live in the same house they did when they first got married.
Mrs. Barror was a homemaker and a fantastic seamstress. She was known for making both wedding and prom dresses. She was a faithful member of the Oakley Community Church and a member of their Women’s Group. Harriet was a former member to each of the Saginaw County Home Extension, member of 4-H, Crochet Club, and Lion’s Club. Her hobbies included collecting dolls and antiques. She enjoyed fishing and camping with her family, especially in the UP, and “thrifting”.
Harriet is survived by her loving husband, Jim; their children, Cindy Bates (Dan Nyquist) of Burt, Debra Langworthy of Montrose, Shelly (Nicholas) Leonard of Brant, Becky (Douglas) Cooper of Chesaning, Paul (Joan) Barror of Glennie, Frances “Jamie” (Kathy) Barror of Saginaw, and Tonya Braeutigan (David Braeutigan) of Chesaning; 13 grandchildren, Leeann, Sara, Larry, Stacy, Jennifer, Jeremy, Christopher, Chelsea, Amanda, Jamie, Brandon, Brittany, and Matthew; many great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; her siblings, Harold (Gayle) Baase of Indiana, Linda (Gerald) Sykes of Montrose, Ellen (Jim) Emmendorfer of New Lothrop, Shirley (Dennis) Tessin of Romeo, and Patricia Boucher of Saginaw; many nieces and nephews; and other loving family and friends. Harriet was also preceded in death by her siblings, Henry, Emily, Frank, Jesse, and Howard Jr.; and a son-in-law, Larry Langworthy.
Funeral services for Mrs. Barror will be held at 6:00 p.m. Friday, April 23, 2021 at Misiuk Funeral Home of Chesaning. Rev. Dr. John R. Miller will be officiating. Her visitation will be at the funeral home from 2:00 p.m. Friday until time of her funeral services. Memorial contributions can be made to the Oakley Community Church.
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