I first met my dear friend 37 years ago at Holmdel High School. She walked into the cafeteria with Vinny and Louis and as soon as I saw her I said, "I know you!" She laughed and said we didn't know each other but we were friends ever since that day. Your mom was a woman of faith and it showed in her daily life. I admired her strength as she battle her illness and the loss of her husband at an early age. When we were together she had a way of lifting my spirits. She never complained. She loved her entire family and was so proud to be a grandmother and loved her grandchildren. She always kept me up to date on her grandchildren and her face would always light up whenever she talked about them. God bless all her children for their love and always being there for her. She loved you all very much. I will miss Barbara and will never forget her. I will keep you all in my prayers.
To the entire to Tafuri family my deepest sympathy on the loss of Barbara. What a wonderful woman she was. Although it’s been quite a long time since I’ve seen her or any of the family We had a lot of great times together especially when your dad was alive and we lived so close to you. Christian and Michelle and I pray for Barbara and your entire family
Such a sweet beautiful soul. Together again with her beloved husband Dennis. So many great memories growing up, all the parties at Uncle Lou & Aunt Bella’s, Anthony Wayne’s and of course upstate. May you Rest In Eternal Peace Barbara. All our love, John & Robin Raso