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In Memory of Barbara Fryer-Glyde

Barbara Fryer-Glyde, wife of David Glyde, music coordinator of The Blue Devils, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, after a long and valiant fight with cancer. Please keep the family in your prayers and thoughts.

Barbara Jean Fryer-Glyde
7-24-57 to 11-15-05

Barbara is survived by her husband, David; two daughters, Tori Michaels and Tanya Smith; her parents, Henry and Marilyn Fryer; two sisters, Vicki Wood and Deborah Cummings; grandmother, Wilma Smith; grandchild Taylor Smith, and a grandchild, to be named Amiah, who will be born in December; numerous nieces and nephews. Family was always very precious to Barbara. She loved her family and friends very much.

Remembrances may be sent to the
American Cancer Association for Breast Cancer
P.O. Box 381
Hanford, CA 93232

Let your spirit fly free Baby
Your beautiful soul is in the best of places
Until we meet again
my Angel
my life s Hero
and Guiding Light
My Beautiful
Lady Love Forever

I Love You
David
(Nov. 22, 2005)


Loving Memory of Barbara Jean Fryer-Glyde


Lemoore resident Barbara Jean Fryer-Glyde, 48, was born on July 24, 1957, in Key West, Florida, and passed away, surrounded by her loving family, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, after a long and valiant fight with cancer. Barbara, with the strength of a leader and a heart of gold, deeply touched the lives of many people.

Barbara and family moved to Lemoore in 1960. Growing up in the Island area, she went to Island School and graduated from Lemoore High School. She went on to become a registered dental assistant and then grew so well versed, proficient and knowledgeable that she taught dental assisting at San Joaquin Valley College. Barbara earned her BA degree and credential in teaching from CSU in Fresno. She then became an elementary teacher in Fresno Unified Schools teaching in the first and fifth grades. Barbara and her husband moved back to Lemoore to teach and it is there where Barbara was most recently a first grade teacher. Barbara s dedication to the art led her on to pursue and earn a master s degree in teaching. Seeing and hearing Barbara in the classroom was beyond amazing. She managed her classroom as she did her life with unsurpassed passion, dedication and love. So many learned so much from Barbara not only because of her strength and brilliance as a teacher but also from her brilliance and integrity as a person. People describe her, in letters and by mouth, as caring, funny, a family girl, inspiring, full of life and the most loving, giving and golden of hearts who would make people happy. Barbara had a special love for animals and was very insightful and intuitive with them. She was enamored all her life with horses and a totally dedicated and avid horse woman. She always will be loved.
2005-11-23