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Jenn Will Live on in our Hearts  / Kimber Lenzo (Too Late to Say Goodbye )  Read >>
Jenn Will Live on in our Hearts  / Kimber Lenzo (Too Late to Say Goodbye )
I just finished reading Ann Rule's book, and the very same day I finished, the car in front of me had a Georgia license plate with Gwinnett County on it.  I live in California!  I have read a lot of Ann's books, but this one really struck me.  Maybe because when I was Jenn's age, my boys were the same ages as her sons.  I feel such sorrow for her entire family, I can't imagine the daily pain of going on without her.  Not only did Jenn touch her family and friends lives with love and joy, but thanks to Ann Rule she has touched the lives of complete strangers.  I hope this provides her family a small amount of comfort.  I will never forget Jenn.  Close
Sympathy / Kimberly Bouse (Reader of Ann Rule book )  Read >>
Sympathy / Kimberly Bouse (Reader of Ann Rule book )

I wanted to express my sympathy to those whom lost their sweet mother, daughter, sister, friend, and teacher.  I just completed the book written by Ann Rule and I have been completly addicted to this book from beginning to end.  My husband has always been an avid reader of Ann Rule's work but I by chance found the book in a deparment store at the check out.  When I picked the book up, I told my husband, this is the author you always read.  He at first did not even seem interested but when I started reading the description, I knew I had to have it for my self!  I started reading it only 4 days ago and as I said have totally wrapped up in it.  The life that Jennifer had to endure with Bart really touched me.  I once experienced life with a man that had very similar tendencies to that of Bart.  I have since been married for 5 years to a wonderful man and do not even try to remember or think of those days that I once lived during those years.  My heart truly yearns for Jennifer as I reflected those days that described how she felt by simply pleasing him and trying to "buy" time until she could get away.  Although, I did not have children with him, it was still complicated.  There are millions of women that suffer emotional abuse that noone understands or can see.  It seems as though the emotional abuse is far worse that the physical because of the ability to prove it.  Reading this book about your loved one, breaks my heart because she was not as lucky as me.  She never got the chance to find real love that she obviously deserved! It sounds as though her life on earth may have been cut short but GOD was obviously ready for her and felt as though she had completed her life in human form on earth.  While reading, it is apparent that she touched many lives around her and had two wonderful boys!  I hope that those similar to myself get a chance to read about Jennifer's life and be touched.  Jennifer may not be here visually but her story will help others appreciate their own life more and take the time out for small things because you never know when it is your turn to return to GOD.

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words of kindness  / Donna Martin   Read >>
words of kindness  / Donna Martin
I just read Ann Rule's book about the tragedy that has affected all of the people that knew and loved Jenn Corbin.  You could see the love displayed on the faces of her family in the pictures in the book.  I can't begin to imagine the sense of betrayal, anger and profound loss that all of her friends and family have had to experience in dealing with her untimely death.  I felt drawn to her sister, Heather Tierney in the book, not only because her open and kind face, but because she and her husband did not think twice about taking Dalton and Dillon into their family.  I found it interesting that Ann depicted that Heather draws strength from asking God to send her a sign to let her know that Jenn was okay.  The rainbow, the doves --all signs to reassure her and her family that Jenn is doing fine and is sending her love to communicate that love is everlasting.  No one can imagine what all of you have had to deal with, however, it has probably brought you even closer as a family-reinforcing that every day is a gift and that we are all here to serve a purpose, learn from our experiences and that we are all connected.  I will pray for your family and hope that with each passing day, the pain lessens a little more and your love continues to grow.  God bless you all. Close
Condolences / Jolene Rader (none)  Read >>
Condolences / Jolene Rader (none)
I am reading the book half way through. And I am just shocked at the brutallity of the man who took the life of his childrens mother. Dalton and Dillion I am so sorry for your loss. Heather, Rajel, Narda, and Max- I do not have words to express how to comfort you. God be with you and may each day bring about some peace and comfort to you. My sons are the same age as Dalton and I can not imagine the pain they would feel if they had to go through this. Jolene Close
In our prayers  / Nicole Nonis   Read >>
In our prayers  / Nicole Nonis

I just finished too late to say goodbye, I read bits of it to my husband. We send your family are deepest condolences. I can not understand how someone could take the life of someone so loving and caring. It blows my mind. I hope all of you are doing good and that your future holds nothing but bright days.

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my condolences to the whole family.  / Jennifer S.   Read >>
my condolences to the whole family.  / Jennifer S.
i just read " to late to say goodbye." and i am so sorry her sons had to find her. that is a very hard thing to live with.  the book touched me very much, i cried towads the end exspecially. i send my condolences and my prayers for the whole family, it is a terrible loss i am sure. god bless. Close
my condolences to the whole family.  / Jennifer S.   Read >>
my condolences to the whole family.  / Jennifer S.
i just read " to late to say goodbye." and i am so sorry her sons had to find her. that is a very hard thing to live with.  the book touched me very much, i cried towads the end exspecially. i send my condolences and my prayers for the whole family, it is a terrible loss i am sure. god bless. Close
Too late to say goodbye  / CURIEL REBECCA (NONE)  Read >>
Too late to say goodbye  / CURIEL REBECCA (NONE)
I read the book and it really toched me i felt as if i knew jenn and dolly. Im terribly sorry that someone so low and cold blooded could of took the lives of two innocent women that all they wanted was peace and happiness away from bart. May they rest in peace. Close
Hard to say goodbye  / Davina McNeil (none)  Read >>
Hard to say goodbye  / Davina McNeil (none)

 

                Hard to say goodbye.

I never knew Jenn barber corbin, i read about what happened to her in anne rule's book, too late to say goodbye. when i was reading this story i could not belive some one would do something like that to such a great person. it kills me to find out that she had to little boys she left behind. they will never have her there when they need her most or for important days of there lives like graduation and weddings and the birth of her grandchildren. and not only that but they will always know that there father is the one who took her away. i did not know her but while reading this book there came parts in it that all i could do is cry for her family that she had to leave behind. and it's not fair for them to live the rest of there lives without her. and if he was only cought the first time, maybe sweet jennifer barber would of never crossed paths with such an evil man.

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Thank you for opening my eyes  / Toy (new friend of Heather )  Read >>
Thank you for opening my eyes  / Toy (new friend of Heather )
Bless you Heather..........I will be more aware. Close
My thoughts!  / Cherie Holland (None)  Read >>
My thoughts!  / Cherie Holland (None)

I just read the book from Ann Rule - Too late to say goodbye - I'm sorry for your loss, I can't imagine what your entire family has been through, and still goes through on a daily basis. I pray for everyone, and especially her sons!

Bart deserves the same inhumane death!!

 

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Faith / Sarah S. (Read Too Late to Say Goodbye )  Read >>
Faith / Sarah S. (Read Too Late to Say Goodbye )

Dear Barber Family,

I read Ann Rule's book about your family's tragedy and want to express sincere condolences.  I am at the beach this week with my whole family which includes two sisters.  After reading the book and your website I am so saddened but also better attuned to my own shortcomings as a sister.  The time to be a great family member is right this minute because as Heather notes, we really do not know how long we will have our family members in our lives.

God bless and keep you.

 

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Thank you  / Lauri Case (none)  Read >>
Thank you  / Lauri Case (none)

Heather and Doug,

I am reading Ann Rules book. I am so very thankful for the two of you for raising Jenn's boys. What happened to  Jenn and Dolly is very sad. I can't imagine the pain the families have felt. The boys are so blessed to have your love. They will know how much their mother loved them through the two of you and Jenn's extended family. You are angels for loving and protecting the boys and making them feel safe.  Thank you

 

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MY CONDOLENCES  / Carmen Gonzalez (by the book too late to say goodbye )  Read >>
MY CONDOLENCES  / Carmen Gonzalez (by the book too late to say goodbye )

READING "TOO LATE TO SAY GOODBYE" MADE ME FEEL SO CLOSE TO JEN AND HER FAMILY ITS LIKE LIVING THAT "MOMENT" WITH THEM. MY CONDOLENCES TO JEN'S FAMILY.OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH HER AND HER BOYS...GOD BLESS

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peace / Loretta D. (NONE)  Read >>
peace / Loretta D. (NONE)
I have only met Jenn thru Ann Rule's book. I can only hope that you as Jenn's family can hear how she has a voice thru all these people who respond. Jenn's voice was heard by all of us. Apparently she has affected many, including myself. I have lost a sister, mother &  best friend way too early. I haven't lost them violently as Jenn. My family is similar to yours in that we are very close and i understand how the loss of one member is like a lost limb.I just wanna wish you folks peace. I think you were correct in believing rainbows, doves, and ladybugs are Jenn winking at you and Dalton & Dillon. And if Jenn comes to you in a dream and says everything is ok, believe it. Don't second guess it...It is a visit from your sister, mom, daughter...Peace to you, Barbers...
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I am so sorry for your loss  / Lori Niemiec (Reader of Book )  Read >>
I am so sorry for your loss  / Lori Niemiec (Reader of Book )
I have just finished reading Ann Rules "Too Late To Say Goodbye" and I couldn't put it down. I feel that i know all of you just by reading this book. It truly was well written, however, it is extremely sad that it had to be written. No one deserves what happened. I hope that the the boys are doing well, I know by reading the book that they are definately very loved and know that Jennifer is definately looking down on all of you and keeping a watchful eye. Watch for the doves. Close
Design Engineer  / Patrick Hing (NA)  Read >>
Design Engineer  / Patrick Hing (NA)

MY deepest sympaty and condolences go out to the family in the tragic loss of their lovely daughter Jenn.

I read the book by Ann Rule and it was devastating to read such a lovely and kind person taken away tragically from her loved ones and her bright future shortened by some mindless person.

God bless you all and may God guide Dalton and Dillon thoughout their lives andprotect them such eveil that pervades this worls today

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Condolences / Trisha Oldenburg (none)  Read >>
Condolences / Trisha Oldenburg (none)

I am very sorry about your loss Jennifer souded like a wonderful perrson and the book done by Ann Rule was done very well you and your family and Jennifers boys will be in my prayers take care sincerly Trisha Oldenburg

 

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INTRODUCTION / Katherine Martinez (READER)  Read >>
INTRODUCTION / Katherine Martinez (READER)

Reading so much about Jennier, I feel like I knew her. She seemed like the best mother ever and she was so genuinely, devoted and dedicated to just everybody in general. This book changed me. I have never lost anyone I loved but this makes me cry and feel as if I knew her and I am so sorry and I know that each day seems harder but as days go by, it will get easier. I read how in the book Heather said that the kids would distract her from thinking so much about the pain and I know the pain will always remain because you won't forget that person but also remember that the kids are the most beautiful and precious things in the world, all four of them, you live your life for them and Jennifer must be so proud. It does feel like just yesterday you heard her laugh or you saw her smile and it makes you realize how each day you such be so grateful no matter if it's a bad-- or good-- day. And thanks to this story, I APPRECIATE LIFE SO MUCH MORE THAN I DID BEFORE.

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Prayers / Marica Zavala   Read >>
Prayers / Marica Zavala
I live in SE Georgia and I remember hearing the news of what happened to both Jennifer and Dolly.  I was recently given Ann Rule's book and am thankful for getting the chance to read about these two incredible women.  My prayers are with you all. Close
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