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Barbara Ann Canaday Hills
October 2, 1947 - September 23, 2018
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Barbara Ann (Sell) Canaday Hills, age 70, of Hollister, Missouri, passed away Sunday, September 23, 2018, in Branson. Barbara was the oldest daughter of Lawrence and Elsie Sell, born on October 2, 1947, in Springfield, Missouri. Barbara attended Willard Elementary School and graduated from Walnut Grove High School and Draughon’s Business University. She worked with…

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Malenda (Sewell) Brotherton left a message on October 23, 2018:
My heart is crushed. I have known Barb since I was 14 years old. She gave me a job and looked after me. I haven't seen her or Zeke in several years, but always think about them. I just talked to her when she found out she had a tumor. Many memories shared with her. Prayers for entire family and friends. Love, Malenda
left a message on September 25, 2018:
I lost my beautiful childhood friend this morning. She fought so hard but in the end the Brain Tumor won. She had just returned to her lake home in Hollister yesterday after 30 days of of therapy where she tried gallantly to walk again. She had a very good day yesterday with friends and family and her doggie. I last saw her on Wednesday of this week where we got to spend very precious one on one time together recalling our friendship since we were babies. We talked about our families, our dreams, our accomplishments and our love of life. I was privileged to know her and to call her my sister. Throughout our lives we have always been there for each other and always knew we had each other’s back. Barbara was an extremely successful business owner whose outstanding decorating talents can be seen all over the Branson scene. I always so admired her abilities and skills to take on million dollar projects—and complete them with such style and ease. She was one of a kind and I dearly loved her and will miss her, but know she has gone on to make heaven a more beautiful place.
left a message on September 25, 2018:
I lost my beautiful childhood friend this morning. She fought so hard but in the end the Brain Tumor won. She had just returned to her lake home in Hollister yesterday after 30 days of of therapy where she tried gallantly to walk again. She had a very good day yesterday with friends and family and her doggie. I last saw her on Wednesday of this week where we got to spend very precious one on one time together recalling our friendship since we were babies. We talked about our families, our dreams, our accomplishments and our love of life. I was privileged to know her and to call her my sister. Throughout our lives we have always been there for each other and always knew we had each other’s back. Barbara was an extremely successful business owner whose outstanding decorating talents can be seen all over the Branson scene. I always so admired her abilities and skills to take on million dollar projects—and complete them with such style and ease. She was one of a kind and I dearly loved her and will miss her, but know she has gone on to make heaven a more beautiful place.
Karen Jaspers left a message on September 24, 2018:
So sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. My deepest sympathy to all the family! I so enjoyed working with Barbara as we refurbished our various hotels. Although I didn't have contact with her the last several years I have very fond memories of her. God's blessings. Karen Jaspers
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