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In accordance with her wish cremation has taken place and a service to celebrate her life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to Rose Arbor, c/o the funeral home. The family would like to thank everyone there who made Barb feel at home during her final days.
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Barbara Ann Page, 78, passed away November 22, 2022 in her sleep after a long illness. She was born November 24,1943 in New Troy, MI to Charles and May Klupp. Barb loved to read, she would carry a book with her everywhere just in case she had time to burn. She loved country and oldies music. The country music had to be male singers. Barb loved pumpkin everything. Every fall everyone would buy or bake her pumpkin foods and drinks. Camping and Bingo were two more things Barb loved to do with family and friends. She went by many names including mom, grandma, Mimi, and friend. These names were used by various people and she will be remembered forever by all. Barb was always there with open arms to listen to anything, and she always attended the family gatherings no matter the kind, especially if there was cake. Barb was always a fighter, she never gave up on her goals and it showed. Her love wasn’t invisible at all, anybody could see that she was a woman with a big heart. She retired from Bronson Hospital after 32 years of hard work. She worked a few jobs while there, including Patient Transport and Linen Service. She knew the old Bronson Hospital like the back of her hand and made a difference in many ways. She is preceded in death by her mother, father, brother Joseph “Butch” Klupp, and her ex-husband and friend Walter Page. She is survived by her children, Dorinda Diaz, Michael (Phyllis) Page, Matthew Page, and Brandi (Andy) Curtis; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; siblings, Dorothy Morris of Benton Harbor, Nancy Terlisner of Benton Harbor, Cheryl Cowan of St. Joseph, Charles Klupp, Jr. of Benton Harbor, and Deborah (Tom) Barnes of Tombean, TX; her sister-in-law, Leona Klupp; many nieces, nephews and friends.