Barbara
Greece: Thursday, April 08, 2010. Survived by her loving husband, Robert Staub; daughters, Sherrill (Tom) Barlow and Julie Staub; sister, Carol Crane; sister-in-law, Diane (Pat) Staub; several nieces, nephews and cousins; many dear friends. Friends may call Sunday 1-3 & 6-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday 9:30 AM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church. Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, 840 University Ave., Rochester, NY 14607 in her memory.

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  1. Bob, shelly and Julie so sorry to hear about your loss, I have alot of fond memories as a child at the Lakeshore Fireman softball games and being there with your family. I lost my mother to cancer almost three years ago and miss her terribly, I hope you find comfort in all the wonderful things your mom has done for you through the years and all the great times you have made. I know she will be missed. Take care of each other.

    Todd Friga

  2. Bob, Shelly, Tom and Julie,
    Gary and I were so heart broken to hear about Barb’s passing. We are so fortunate to have you as neighbors up north on DeFusto Road. We’ll remember Barb’s smile and laugh. The road won’t be the same. Please remember we are here if you need anything–even if it’s just a chat on the dock. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Love Jackie and Gary

  3. Bob,

    It has been a long time since we saw you and Barb, but we remember fondly all the good times we had during the Cardinal Mooney era.

    Our sincere sympathy to you and Shelly and Julie at this sad time.

    We send our prayers to all.

  4. Can’t believe this….you are all in our thoughts. Will stop and see you soon…have to attend family functions in Allegany early June. Again, our deepest
    sympathy. Love, Shirley & Skip-

  5. Dear Boband Family,
    The years have gone by very quickly,our friendship was so special. I have never forgoten my best friend, we laughed , played and grew up together. I will miss her news at Christmas. I am so glad we were able to visit when my Mom died, its been ten years seems like yesterday. Love to all, Rosemary

  6. Dear Mr. Staub, and Family, I feel really bad I used to baby sit for your girls. I lived on Kirk RD. When I sat you and your wife were so good to me. My Father still lives at kirk RD. He is now eighty-five yrs. My Mother died age seventy-nine yrs. back in 2002 of heart -attack. I will always remember Mrs. Staub. She was one pretty lady. Sorry to hear about her breast cancer. Your whole family will be in my prayers. Try to hang in there. Love,Susan Christopher Bartlett susanbarlett4@gmail.com

  7. I am so sorry and surprised to hear of Mrs. Staub’s passing. I used to ride the bus with Julie and when she was held up with her knee, Mrs. Staub would drive me every morning. She was always pleasant and funny. She would let Julie drive and was so nurturing. I ran into her at the town many years later. So pleasant. We have been away from the neighborhood for many years now, but last summer I worked down at the school and went by the house and thought about her. I did not know she was sick. My deepest sympathies to a very wonderful lady.

  8. I am so soryr and surprised to hear of Mrs. Staub’s passing. I used to ride the bus with Julie and when she was held up with her knee, Mrs. Staub would drive me every morning. She was always pleasant and funny. She would let Julie drive and was so nurturing. I ran into her at the town many years later. So pleasant. We have been away from the neighborhood for many years now, but last summer I worked down at the school and went by the house and thought about her. I did not know she was sick. My deepest sympathies to a very wonderful lady.

  9. I am very saddened to hear about Barb . I have been doing your Moms hair for over 20 years and I will truly miss seeing her every 6-8 weeks. Your Mom kept me updated on all of your lives . I will always consider her a good friend and a good listener / advice giver . I am thinking of all of you . I will miss you Barb. Love, Lori

  10. To Bob and family – my deepest sympathy – my thoughts and prayers are with you. To Barb – I can’t explain how sad I feel in loosing a dear friend. I will always cherish our dinners with Des and Donna. How we caught up wiath each other on family and what is going on in each other’s lives. You were a dedicated Town of Greece employee and loved your family and friends dearly. You will be missed so much by all of us. Say hello to Basil for us. I know he is waiting for you to give you some of his work to do – as Basil always did. Miss you Barb with much love.

    Joan

  11. To Bob, Shelly and Julie- my deepest condolences to all of you. Barb was a wonderful woman, mom, wife and co-worker. I truly admired heI love of family she always shared with us at the Rec Dept. She was SO proud of you girls- she would gleem when she spoke of you. I agree with Joan’s comment- Basil was waiting with open arms to show Barb all of the sights- and yes, I am sure he has a special computer set up for her to do some work! I feel blessed to have been a co-worker of Barb’s- She will be missed.

  12. Very sorry to hear about your loss; I have a ton of fond memories of Mrs. Staub from growing up across the street (and in her home a large percentage of my time too).

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