July 5, 2012
NEW WASHINGTON: Barbara J. (Stein) Foster, 60 years of age, of New Washington, passed away on Thursday morning, July 5, 2012.
Bobbi was born October 30, 1951 in Norwalk, OH at Norwalk Memorial Hospital to Myrtle (Worcester) Daniel and the late Robert P. Stein.
In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her stepfather Kenneth R. Daniel.
Bobbi is survived by her mother, Myrtle Daniel of New Washington, OH, Sisters, Christine Laughbaum of New Harmony, IN, Vicki & Joe Brocklesby of Martinsburg, WV & Sara & Edward Padilla of Santa Ana, CA, Stepsisters, Barbara Pifher of Shelby, OH & Marlene & John McKinney of Shelby, OH, Stepbrothers, Roger & Sue Daniel of Tiro, OH, Steven Daniel of Chicago, IL, Christopher Daniel of Hadley, MA, Michael Daniel of Attica, OH, & Thomas Daniel of St. Mary’s, OH and several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
She graduated from South Central H.S. in 1969, the MB Johnson School of Nursing in Elyria, OH in 1972, she received her BSN at Barry University in 1993 and her MSN at Lorenz University in 2010. She was a registered nurse for over 40 years, starting her nursing career at Willard Hospital.
She thoroughly enjoyed her career in the nursing field, spending the last few years as a traveling nurse, loved spending time with her friends, nieces & nephews, reading, watching football, traveling and the warm weather of Florida. Most recently mentoring her niece Shelbi Daniel through nursing school and playing a rough game of hide n’ seek with her great niece Rylie Hoepf.
At Ms. Foster’s request there will be no formal services. Expressions of sympathy can be left at www.secorfuneralhomes.com and memorial contributions can be made to Stein Hospice in memory of Barbara J. Foster at www.steinhospice.org
Bobbi was a dear friend mine for the past 15 years. I feel so blessed to have had her as a friend.
I am so sorry for your families loss. I will miss her so much, she was a great mentor for me and I would not be where I am today in a job I love to do if it had not been for her mentoring, encouragement and believing in me. She touched many
lives in her short time on earth and now she is at peace in heaven watching over us. She w
ill always be in my heart. Many hugs to you Myrtle and your family.
I only knew Bobbi for a brief time when she became the Director of the the Emergency Department and Cardiology Services at St. Mary’s Medical Center in San Francisco. She was the type of manager you rarely see anymore, she was kind, just and her door was always open. I am sorry for your loss.
I was so sorry to hear of Bobbi’s passing.She was an excellent school nurse who always treated the students with respect and sincere concern. I enjoyed her sense of humor and her sincere concern for others. May wonderful memories help ease the pain of her loss.
Myrtle and family – thinking and praying for you in the days ahead. So sorry to hear about Bobbi, I didn’t know that she was back in the area but so glad you got to spend time with her. May she be at peace now. Hugs.
Myrtle and family, We send our thoughts and prayers with everyone during this time. Jane and Randy
Myrt, Chris, Vicki, Sara and all of the Daneil children,
So sorry to hear about your loss. I have lots of good memories of Bobbi when I’d take the early bus ride on Wayne’s bus. She was an awesome person and friend, too. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Jane (Stover) and Mark Bell
To Barbs family, I am sorry to read of Barb’s death and you all have my thoughts and sympathy. Even though I havn’t seen Barb, or any of you, since she and I graduated from South Central, I still have fun memories of her from our high school days. She had a great sense of humor and always a positive attitude. I remember that she and Janet Lockyer were good friends, and old neightbors. I am sure she was an awesome nurse and that all our patients appreciated her as all of you did. I am sure that she is now at peace. Thinking of you. Ed Walker
Dear Myrtle and family, We send you our sympathy and our prayers. Bobbie was so blessed to have you be with her all this time and God will bless you and her for taking care of each other. Love, Nancy and Charlie
Myrtle – I was so sorry to hear of Bobbie’s passing. It was so good to talk to her when I saw both of you at Drug Mart several months ago. I have many fond memories of our days in Steuben! I am keeping you and your family in my prayers. Love, Sandy
Myrtle, so sorry to hear of your loss….gosh I loved talking to Bobbie when at your house….what an awesome person she was and so smart…..
Remember the good memories and how she loved you….and dear friend I am always here for you …
Love and condolences , Lorna