of Wollongong

Passed away peacefully on Tuesday, 28th of August 2022. Beloved wife of Colin Eagleton and John Dixon (both dec). Much loved mother and mother-in-law of Sandra and Garry, Helen and Bryan, Michael and Elli. Loving Grandma of Grant, Paula, Glen, Joshua, Jordan, Callum, Brendan, Charli, their partners, and her 4 great grandchildren. Barb will be sadly missed by her loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 83 Years
Forever in our Hearts

Relatives and friends are invited to attend Barb’s funeral service to be held at H Parsons Funeral Home, 34 Belmore Street Wollongong on Friday, 9th of September at 2pm. Those unable to attend are invited to view her service via the link available below.

Barbara Eagleton (naoca.com.au)

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  1. A lovely lady and neighbour. So sad to hear of her passing. Condolences to all of her family.
    RIP Barb love John & Barbara

  2. Our loving auntie Barb…So many wonderful memories.
    You never complained, you were always a beautiful sole. R.I.P……Sending our love to all the family, sorry we wont be able to attend the funeral in person but our love and prayers will be with you all.

  3. Enjoy all the company upstairs Aunty Barb, mum will be there & will love to see you. I loved how you werea straight to the point type of person & I think I may have got that family trait. Will miss you. RIP ❤️xxx

  4. Farewell Aunty Barb.!
    So many wonderful memories over the years (starting from when I was in the same class as Sandra from 3rd grade onwards at Unanderra Primary and then Figtree High – where you also worked tirelessly in the school canteen).
    Sorry we can’t be there on Friday but our thoughts and prayers will be, for you and for Sandra, Helen, Michael and Kerry, and their families.
    With all our love,
    Stephen and Angela Legge; Isaac, Naomi and Emma; Kira, Brent, Scarlet, Alexis and Reid

  5. I’m sorry, but I can’t make todays final farewell to Aunty Barb. I remember mum telling me once about how she was driving in Sydney with mum & others in the car (in pre google maps times ). And someone said ‘I think you’re lost Barb’ but she quickly came back and said..’I’m not lost. I know exactly where I am now and where I’m meant to be. It’s just not the same place.’ Haha! She had a great sense of humour. Celebrate her life well today even though your hearts are broken. Love Lesley

  6. I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I still remember your warm welcoming when I met you for the first time I came from Japan. RIP

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