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Barbara Ann Haller

d. October 16, 2021

Barbara Ann Black Haller of Abilene, passed away in the early morning of October 16, 2021.

Visitation will be from 5:00-7:00 pm, Tuesday, October 19, at The Hamil Family Funeral Home, 6449 Buffalo Gap Road.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Wednesday October 20 at Oldham Lane Church of Christ with Chris McCurley officiating.  Burial will follow at Potosi Cemetery.  Services are under the direction of The Hamil Family Funeral Home.

Barbara was born in Abilene to Orville and Leona Black on July 29, 1940.  She graduated from Wylie High School, attended Hardin Simmons University, and graduated from the Hendrick Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, where she was secretary of the junior class and was chosen School Queen in 1959. She was a member of the Texas Nurses Assn.  She worked as a nurse at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston for several years. Barbara was the beloved wife of James C. Haller for 61 years and the loving mom of two sons, David and Robert.  Barbara was an active member of the Oldham Lane Church of Christ.  She loved teaching children’s Bible classes wherever she attended church. She also spent time with her husband on many medical mission trips to Guatemala. 

Barbara was preceded in death by her father, William Orville Black and her mother, Mattie Leona Black.

Barbara is survived by the love of her life James C. Haller; children David and wife Glenda of Skiatoook, Robert and wife Julie of Austin; grandchildren: Kristal, Jonathan, Cadence, and Logan.

Memories may be shared and condolences submitted online at www.HamilFamilyFuneralHome.com.

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