Barbara Sack (1934-2021)

Barbara Lee Sack, age 87, of Bryan, Ohio, died on Monday, December 20, 2021, at 6:36 A.M. at her home surrounded by her family.

Barbara was a registered nurse who served at Toledo Hospital and later at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers.

She was an OB nurse and retired as the infection control supervisor over the Bryan and Montpelier hospitals.

Barbara was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and the Bryan Business and Professional Women’s club.

She enjoyed antiquing, going to auctions, traveling, going out to eat and was an avid collector of antique oil lamps.

Barbara was born on March 27, 1934 in Edgerton, the daughter of Elmer and Georgia (Blue) Clay. Barbara graduated from the Toledo Hospital School of Nursing.  She married Colonel Gerald E. Sack on September 12, 1958 in Toledo and he preceded her in death on March 12, 2018

Barbara is survived by her four children, Lori (Randy) Fisher of Bryan, Ohio; Amy (Frank) Thomas of Edgerton, Ohio; Jody (John) Shultz of Marysville, Ohio; Jim (Michele) Sack of Edgerton, Ohio; eleven grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren, plus one on the way and nephews, Doug and Jim McLain.

She was proceeded in death by her parents, husband, brothers, Donald and Darrell Clay and sister, Betty McLain.

Private funeral services will be held at the Krill Funeral Home, 114 East Hull Street, Edgerton, Ohio with Father Daniel Borgelt officiating. Interment will follow at Maple Grove Cemetery in Edgerton.

Memorials are requested to the Community Health Professionals Hospice program. To sign the online register or to send condolences, please visit www.krillfuneralservice.com.


 

2 Comments on "Barbara Sack (1934-2021)"

  1. Kathy Lineberger | December 21, 2021 at 12:58 pm | Reply

    I worked with Barb for many years at CHWC. Barb was a great nurse and a wonderful woman. Prayers that you all feel God’s love, comfort and peace during this time of sorrow. You are all in my thoughts and prayers!

  2. I enjoyed knowing and working with Barb for many years in Bryan. She was not only a great nurse, garnering the respect of all, but also a wonderful mentor to this “newer” nurse. We spent much time talking of our families, to the point of feeling as if I personally knew each of you. Her love and pride for her family was evident.
    I am sorry for your loss, and hope your many wonderful memories bring you much comfort.

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