Barbara Hilty

barbara hilty
Barbara Sue Hargrove (Hilty), age 79, and a resident of San Antonio, got her wings and went to walk with the angels on November 20, 2021. Barbara was born on September 23, 1942 in Dallas, Texas, to the late Sydney and Asia Hollis (Hargrove). Barbara is survived by her brothers Tommy Hargrove, Jerry Hargrove, sister Brenda, her daughter, Lisa Ann Williams, and son, Bryan Keith Barlow, she also had 6 grandchildren; Hollie, Steve Jr., Rachel, Emily, Amy and Mathew, and 5 great-grandchildren; Bradlee, Aria, Scarlett, Oliver and Faie. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Raymond Don, Gene, Gerald and sister, Ann. Barbara grew up in Dallas and worked in the Oil and Gas business, which is where she developed her love of exploring the outdoors and sharing her faith with whomever she encountered. Barbara had many hobbies from spending time with her family, cooking, sewing and creating homemade clothes from patterns bought at Hancock, singing karaoke, country dancing, oil paintings, traveling, water and snow skiing and a deep love for the Christian BSF Bible Studies Fellowship. Barbara was known as Barb, Mom, Momsies and Mimi she was more than happy to be the central figure in the lives of her children and grandchildren. Anyone who knew them knew that she was a star in their eyes, the cornerstone in their family structure and that’s all that ever mattered to her. Visitation and service will be starting at 11:00 AM and will last up until service time at 12 noon on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at Location: LUX FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES | 1254 N. BUSINESS IH 35. NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 | PHONE (830) 624-0500

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  1. Mom, you bring out the best in me. I don’t mean better manners, or a sense of maturity, or anything else this tired world expects of me. You make me feel like the Strongest person and Worthy of Love. I Miss You so much Momsies. My Best Friend. My Partner in Crime. My Biggest Cheerleader. My Dove. I LOVE YOU.

  2. Our sincerest sympathies to the family of Barbara Hilty. May you find comfort in the memories she made with you.

  3. Barbara was an Angel, sent in the form of a sister for me. She was a loving disciplinarian, and taught us so many things about growing up, and when our own mother was in need. Barbara was an Angel.

  4. In my deepest thoughts and memories of you, you will always remain my dearest sister, who taught me so many important things about life; even when I didn’t believe you.

  5. Your Mother was one of the warmest and most caring people I have had the pleasure of knowing. I am sorry for your great loss.

  6. Mimi, You’re the rock of our family. You led a life as a strong, independent, christian, hardworking family woman. We have so many good memories together. Some of my favorite, Snow skiing in New Mexico and renting a cabin. Summer fun at Galeveston beach. Sleep overs at your place and eating the delicious fish you would make the night before. Dallas zoo and dinner. You loved us and cared for us. You were always there for us. Your words of wisdom and guidance will forever be with me. We celebrate you and your life. We love you Mimi and you will be missed. Till we meet again, fly high Angel.

  7. Barbara was such a beautiful woman. She exuded such a radiant energy of true class and sophistication. It is easy to see how she was so loved by those who knew her, as she had such a beautiful gentle heart, so kind and warm. I am honored to have known her and to be a part of her family. She will continue to radiate in our hearts and will forever be loved and missed dearly. May you rest in peace, Mimi. We will miss you. Your hugs, your delicious perfectly baked salmon dinner that no one else can do like you, the trips to ice cream and toys r us for the kids, and that amazing smile that warmed our heart every time. Thank you for blessing us with your beautiful presence and ever-lasting love. You will continue to live in on our hearts and the hearts of our children. Always, Melody, Stevie, Aria, Scarlett and baby Faie.

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