Celebrating the life of

Barbara Grace Jarrett Reese

September 28, 1919 - March 28, 2022

Barbara Grace Jarrett Reese

Barbara Grace Jarrett Reese, age 102, died March 28, 2022 at The Springs in Savannah.  A North Carolina native, she was a long-time resident of Savannah and was a homemaker.  She was preceded in death in 1995 by her husband, Lewis L. Reese.  

Surviving are her son, Phillip Wayne Reese (Mary Louise); a daughter, Hildreth Kaye Reese DeBoard (Harold Ray); eight grandchildren, including a special granddaughter, Janice Linete DeBoard Kennealy; 13 great grandchildren; and one great grandchild.

A graveside funeral service and burial will be held Wednesday, March 31, at 11:00 a.m. at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens.



A candle has been lit!

- Stephanie Bloom, Hinesville, Georgia

A candle has been lit!

Sending love and prayers. Dinky and Rossie Carnes

- Rosalyn L. Carnes, STARR, SC

What a lovely lady. She is with the Lord now and in her heavenly home. We will miss you, Barbara……. Until we meet Again Jerry and Mary Alice

- Mary Alice Hendrix and Jerry, SAVANNAH, GA

Our condolences to Aunt Barbara's family. We so enjoyed getting to know her in the past ten years. She was a very special lady! May she Rest In Peace.

- Glennie & Ed Svoboda & family, Sugar Land , TX

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- Glennie & Ed Svoboda & Family, Sugar Land, TX

Ms. Barbara was a blessing to me ❤️ I visit her with Lizzie, the comfort dog from my church. We truly loved her.

- Cindy Baldwin, Rincon , Ga

Barbara is such an exceptional lady with love in her heart along with eternity. Her beautiful family speaks for her while she “rests”. Barbara will have a century of history to share with us when she returns in the resurrection. Acts 24:15 ,John 5:28,29 We want to survive the “great tribulation” Rev 7:9-14 ,and tell Barbara what happened when Christ’s heavenly Kingdom government replaces these warring nations. Isaiah 9:6,7, Daniel2:44 What exciting times just ahead. May we all be there to welcome Barbara. “Enjoy Life Forever” Love & Prayers, Sandy

- Sandy Wirfs , Monroe,, Louisiana

She was a special person. I loved her. My prayers for comfort for her family. She and I sat together many times at church. We talked about the Lord and the peace He brings. Rest In Peace.

- Gail Thurman, savannah, GA

Aunt Barb was so special to me. I loved her dearly. I am blessed to have had her as my aunt. I will always remember our special times together and especially at her 100th birthday. It was such a great time for us to get together. I am thinking of you with sympathy.

- Rachel Valentine, Townsend, TN

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel