Barbara Louise Pryor

barbara pryor

May 4, 1938 ~ July 23, 2011

Resided in: Canton, GA

Gone But Not Forgotten
Barbara Bobbie Louise McKay Pryor
Age 73
Canton, Georgia
Passed away on July 23, 2011
Mom was born in Bellingham, Washington
Our beloved Mom, Nanny, Grandma, GMA joined her sons Brian Pryor and Tim Pryor in heaven
early Saturday morning.
Mom is survived by her loving husband of 54 years Fred Clinton Pryor of Canton, Ga, Debora
Olmstead Hurley, Terri Lynn Pryor, Jeff Pryor, Tracey Pryor Kerns, Kathy Pryor, Karen Pryor,
Chris Pryor.
She leaves behind nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Services will be held at Grace Church
1160 Butterworth Road
Canton, Georgia 30114
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Bobbie’s name to Grace Church
Mom you will always be in our hearts!
We Love You

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  1. Karen Pryor says:

    I think of you everyday. I know most people will find this hard to be true. But I promise I do. I have so many unanswered questions. I didn’t know until I lost you of all the things I would want to know. I want you to know I have come to feel I miss judged you. I really think you were not able to be the person you wanted to be and the mother you could have been. I was cheated out of a childhood which followed me until about 6-9 months after I lost you. I am so happy I was the last one to see you before your cremation. i kissed you on the forehead and told you I loved you. I don love you MOM.

  2. Karen Pryor says:

    I miss you so much. I thought of you often today. Thought about how bad you would mess up songs when you tried to sing them. When we worked for Thorpe and you always said can you get that I couldn’t reach it. You were 5 feet tall all you could reach was the floor. I think about this one alot. You always manageing to get the paint roller stick right in between my legs. You weren’t even trying. Things are going ok. I saw Asa the other day. She is getting tall. Chris seems alot happier and he has muscles now. He looks and sounds good. Mom I love you and miss you.

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