Barbara Mary Reynolds (Bobbie)
Barbara (Bobbie) handed away peacefully at Chantilly Lace Manor in Hesperia, CA, of a stroke, cardiac arrhythmia and dementia. Barbara Mary Sironen was born to Vaino John Sironen and Ruth Else Schmeideck on Nov. 9, 1938, in Brooklyn, NY.
Bobbie was preceded in demise by her mom and father husbands, William (Bill) Leseberg—Eric’s father—Germany, Lester Spurling, Christopher La Polla, her prince—David LeRoy Reynolds Bobbie’s only son, Eric and stepdaughter, Kathleen and their beloved fur babies, Nanette and Muffy.
Bobbie had a loaded, comprehensive profession doing work as a banker, assistant in eye surgical procedure and her enthusiasm, selling true estate and proudly owning her very own business, Crimson Carpet Realty, Lompoc, CA. Dave and Bobbie’s historic dwelling in Lompoc was a yearlong get the job done-in-development on decorations so they could showcase their home in the Chamber of Commerce Historical Tour at Christmas time. A tree in just about every area each with a different theme. They did not thoughts the hrs of perform location up trees, trains, and villages since they beloved the excitement on everyone’s faces. Bobbie savored teaching the grandchildren how to make gingerbread homes which grew to become a annually custom.
They relocated to Washington to be nearer to her son and grandchildren. Real estate brought them back again to California, settling in Soledad. Dave took a situation in educating at the area jail. Bobbie was in particular happy of marketing Clint Eastwood’s Monterey residences and functioning for the Authentic Estate Fee in Sacramento.
Bobbie never ever understood a stranger she was blessed with the reward of hospitality. She and Dave were avid collectors, relished the art of cooking, grilling, sweet making and cherished sharing their skills. She was a robust tenacious being, keeping rapidly to her beliefs and thoughts, hardly ever compromising. She cherished her extensive-time friendships. On retirement, Dave and Bobbie moved to Crossville, TN, where they would establish their retirement home. She beloved volunteering and doing work for the Chamber and neighborhood in Lompoc, Soledad and Crossville, TN. She was a member of the Red Hat Girl Society. She beloved her church—Central Baptist Church, Crossville, TN, volunteer greeters, bell ringing and performing various groups and situations.
Bobbie is survived by stepchildren, Beth Cole (Farris), Pamela Belcher and David P. Reynolds sister, Carol Wells (Bob) granddaughters, Alicia Riveria and Isabella Leseberg-Christian terrific-grandchildren and great-wonderful-grandchildren.
The household needs to convey their appreciation to Merrill Gardens-Santa Maria, Chantilly Lace Manor-Significant Desert, Bridge Hospice. Thank you for caring for Bobbie although she was a resident.
Memorial support will be held on June 9, 2021, at 11 a.m. at Central Baptist Church, 1346 S. Primary St., Crossville, TN, Pastor Billy Kemp officiating. Preparations by Carol Wells, Crossville Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery and Higher Desert Funeral Chapel & Crematory, California. In addition, a memorial video clip will be on YouTube, “Barbara Mary Reynolds.” Obituary: www.legacy.com for Barbara Mary Reynolds. Bobbie requested no flowers but if you wish to donate, she specified Eden Valley Care Heart, 612 Main St., Soledad, CA 93960, (831) 678-2462.
Revealed on May 17, 2021