Barbara loved to hunt with her family and fish with her dear friend Nancy. Her garden was always plentiful and shared with others, she liked to can dilly beans and make sauerkraut. She spent Tuesdays with the Crazy Quilters who will miss her greatly. Barbara was one of a kind and an accomplished quilter.
Barbara and her husband Ed owned and operated the Sey-Mik cabinet shop in Buckley, Wash. before moving to Thompson Falls in 1998. Here they started the Clark Fork Cabinet business and had many satisfied customers.
Barbara belonged to the Wilkeson, Wash. fire department, she was the assistant fire chief before joining District 12 in Buckley, Wash. She was a volunteer fire fighter for 16 years. Barbara was a member of the Elks in Thompson Falls and she also volunteered at the local food bank.
Barbara is survived by her sister, Rosalie (Hugh) Koetje of Randle, Wash.; children, Lisa (Duane) Meuchel of Thompson Falls, Joni (Duane) Little of Puyallup, Wash., and Bobbie (Shawn) Purvis of Boerne, Texas; brother-in-law, Darrell (Kathy) Seymour of Bonney Lake, Wash.; step-daughter, Christine Seymour-Medrano of Prosser, Wash. and step-son, Brian Seymour of Kalispell. She had eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, eight step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren and a dear friend/adopted daughter Marshanna Lee Padgett-Garrison.
Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Edgar Seymour, and her parents, Ed and Jane McNee.