Barbara was born at Saint Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City to her parents Arthur Belemont "Buck" Bartlett and Dorothy Mae Bartlett on March 17, 1948. Her eternal life began January 1, 2022 due to pneumonia caused by Covid-19 at Saint Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City.
Barbara went on to earn her high school diploma from South East High School in 19--. She earned her Master's degree in Science in 1978 as well as her Bachelor's degree in Education in 1982 at the University of Central Oklahoma. She became a registered nurse for over 30 years. She retired from Southwest Integris Hospital to take care of her daughter during her final years. When she retired, she was an ER RN.
In her younger days, she enjoyed bowling, traveling, collecting Barbie's, and family time. As she got older, she enjoyed going to the casino and bingo. She adored her dogs, Suka and Chichi. They meant the world to her. She loved spending time with her grandkids and great grandkids and going to their sports games and attending church every Sunday with them. She enjoyed doing arts and crafts and do it yourself projects.
Her hobbies were going to the casino, bingo, or to family's houses. She enjoyed playing her games on her computer and watching the different police detective shows. She would always be calling her grandkids almost every day to make sure we were all doing okay. She had the goofiest personality when she would play with her dogs or great grandkids.
Barbara Brinlee is a treasure to have had memories with. She will truly be missed and forever loved by her family and friends. May she forever rest in our hearts and protect us all. We love you!
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