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Barbara Pritz

Barbara J. Pritz (Garner)

Tuesday, June 12th, 1945 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Barbara Jane Pritz, nee Garner, 74, of Lebanon, Ill., suddenly passed away on Thursday, May 14, 2020. Her unexpected death leaves her family heartbroken.

Barbara was born on June 12, 1945, in Centralia, Illinois. She shared her birthday with her beloved grandson, Justin, who preceded her in death in 2010. They are now reunited in heaven.
Spending time with family, both near and far, brought Barbara joy. Simple pleasures such as dancing, walking on the beach, playing with her grandchildren, and watching NASCAR races made her happy. If any were ever in need, she was the first one to come be by their side.

She was preceded in death by her grandson, Justin Rowland; mother, Billie Jo Reid, and father, Elmer Luther Garner; brother, Loren J. Reid, Jr., and sister, Deborah Hazel; grandparents, Marvin T. and Ruby Mae, nee Barry, Durham.

Surviving are her husband, Albert Louis Pritz III; children, Kathy Raymer (Jamie) Browne of Savannah, GA, Kelly Raymer (Zeke) Eckersen of Parrish, FL, Tammy (Mark) Roe of Glendale, AZ, Regina (Tom) Piazza of Destin, FL, Albert Louis Pritz IV of Dallas, TX, and Jason (Andrea) Pritz of Belleville, IL; grandchildren, Emily Browne, Hannah Rowland, Brianna Rowland Cass, Jennifer Burnheimer, Elizabeth, Jack, and Caroline Piazza, Aereona, Dakota, and Destin Pritz, Brooklyn, Alexander, and Annabelle Pritz; great grandchildren, Riley and Kaley Burnheimer; sisters, Amelia McCoy and Mary Akin; brothers, John Garner and Jacque (Jacquelynn) Reid; aunt, Mary Jane Nash.

Memorial donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society (Barbara was a lung and breast cancer survivor) https://support.conquer.org or Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation https://www.glennon.org/give-to-glennon/.
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Mark Roe

Posted at 05:04pm
Loved Mom Pritz very much! She was not the stereotypical in law, rather, a loving, caring and funny lady that I will miss dearly. And we both liked #18 too! But the thing I remember the most about her is her laugh. I am saddened about her loss but her laugh gets me threw it. So, let's all take a second to remember her laugh.....did you hear it? Feels better doesn't it? I am sure that's the way she would want us all to feel.
 
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Mark Roe Posted at 05:05pm

Sorry for the several posts but I kept getting an error message saying something went wrong....I guess it did post.....many times.
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Mark Roe

Posted at 05:03pm
Loved Mom Pritz very much! She was not the stereotypical in law, rather, a loving, caring and funny lady that I will miss dearly. And we both liked #18 too! But the thing I remember the most about her is her laugh. I am saddened about her loss but her laugh gets me threw it. So, let's all take a second to remember her laugh.....did you hear it? Feels better doesn't it? I am sure that's the way she would want us all to feel.
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Mark Roe

Posted at 05:02pm
Loved Mom Pritz very much! She was not the stereotypical in law, rather, a loving, caring and funny lady that I will miss dearly. And we both liked #18 too! But the thing I remember the most about her is her laugh. I am saddened about her loss but her laugh gets me threw it. So, let's all take a second to remember her laugh.....did you hear it? Feels better doesn't it? I am sure that's the way she would want us all to feel.
MR

Mark Roe

Posted at 05:02pm
Loved Mom Pritz very much! She was not the stereotypical in law, rather, a loving, caring and funny lady that I will miss dearly. And we both liked #18 too! But the thing I remember the most about her is her laugh. I am saddened about her loss but her laugh gets me threw it. So, let's all take a second to remember her laugh.....did you hear it? Feels better doesn't it? I am sure that's the way she would want us all to feel.
MR

Mark Roe

Posted at 05:02pm
Loved Mom Pritz very much! She was not the stereotypical in law, rather, a loving, caring and funny lady that I will miss dearly. And we both liked #18 too! But the thing I remember the most about her is her laugh. I am saddened about her loss but her laugh gets me threw it. So, let's all take a second to remember her laugh.....did you hear it? Feels better doesn't it? I am sure that's the way she would want us all to feel.
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