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Barbara Ann Sampson

April 25, 1936 — February 1, 2024

Mt. Pleasant

Barbara Ann Sampson, known to her loved ones as Grammy, peacefully passed away on February 1, 2024, in Mt. Pleasant, Texas. She was born on April 25, 1936, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Lee Miner and his wife Helen.

Barbara's life was filled with, compassion, and an unwavering dedication to her family and community. She was a devoted sister and is survived by her brother, Ed Miner. Above all else, Barbara cherished her role as a mother to her three children: David Sampson, Steve Sampson, and Cyndi Sampson. She radiated love and selflessness towards her children and played an integral part in shaping them into the remarkable individuals they are today.

In addition to being a kind-hearted mother, Barbara was an adoring grandmother to twelve grandchildren and a doting great-grandmother to thirteen great-grandchildren. Her legacy of warmth and affection will continue to resonate in the hearts of each generation blessed by her presence.

Barbara's educational pursuits were a testament to her intellect and thirst for knowledge. She earned a master's degree that not only elevated her own mind but also equipped her with the tools necessary to provide guidance and support as a school counselor. Her impact within the field cannot be understated as she positively influenced countless young lives throughout her career.

Barbara's journey through life was not without its hardships. She was preceded in death by her brother Frankie Miner, father Lee Z Miner, and beloved mother Helen Miner. 

Friends and family remember Barbara for her radiant smile that had the power to brighten any room she entered. Her genuine kindness touched the lives of all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Whether offering words of encouragement or lending a helping hand, Barbara consistently embodied empathy and compassion.

Cremation services are under the direction of Curry-Welborn Funerals and Cremations.

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