• BARBARA JEAN COMPOLI

    January 22, 2020

    Barbara Jean Compoli, 28, of Chittenango passed away Wednesday. Barbara was born July 11, 1991 in Oneida. She was a life resident of the Chittenango area and was a graduate of Chittenango High School class of 2009. Barbara was employed as the manager of Panera Bread in Clay. She enjoyed painting and hiking and was loved by everyone. She is survived by her parents, Conrad and Lorie Howard Compoli, her brother, Jeffrey Compoli (Kayli) of Kirkville, her sisters, Christine DeZalia (Nathan) of Canastota and Marie Compoli of Chittenango and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be 7:00 pm Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at the Evangel Community Church, 500 McDonnell St. Chittenango. Calling hours will be 5-7 pm Tuesday at the church prior to the service.

    G.F. ZIMMER FUNERAL HOME

    CHITTENANGO 315-687-3366

     

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    Lorie and Conrad, I am so sorry for the loss of you beautiful daughter, Barbara Jean. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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    To the family, I never met any of you but I went to school and graduated with Barbara! Such a sweet soul. Always making those around her laugh. She for sure touched friends of mine and made an impact on everyone she encountered, I am deeply saddened and give my deepest condolences to your family.

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    Barb was a hard working, beautiful soul. She knew how to make everyone’s day better. She was always there for everyone and knew exactly how to make them laugh when they needed it. I’m sorry for everyone suffering from this tragedy, she will be missed and prayers go out to her entire family.

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    Barb, you were one of a kind. Your smile and easy spirit touched everyone who knew you. You loved life to the fullest . Fly high we will see you in the sky

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    Barb, you were genuinely one of the sweetest,kindest,most loving people I ever had the pleasure of knowing. I'll miss hearing you calling me Momma Val. May God hold you in His arms as we hold you in our hearts

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    Barb, You were such an amazing person and friend. You brought joy to everyone you came in contact with, no matter what you were going through. I’ll never forget any of our shenanigans with Jordan and Tina. You will be missed. Rest easy.

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    Lori, Conrad and family. I am so very very sorry for your loss. May the Holy Spirit Comfort you at this time and always. She was such a beautiful young lady. Prayers going up for you all. 😘🙏❤️🙏

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    GOD Bless 🙏🙏🙏

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    Sending our prayers to Conrad and the rest of the family from ours .

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    I have never met someone like Barb, she always knew how to put a smile on anyone’s face. She is so love and she will be so missed. My thoughts and prayers to family and friends ❤️

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    We remember Barbara when she was about 5 or 6 years old. We would babysit her and her siblings. Barbara had more energy than the energizer bunny!! She kept us on our toes! We had so much fun with her - she was always laughing and smiling. She was so cute with her thick, blonde curly head of hair. Barbara, you will be missed.

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    So sorry for your loss - Barbara was a special girl. Praying for God's comfort for all at this time!

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    Oh no 😢 I worked with Barb at Hilton Garden Inn. Always cheery and kind. So sorry to hear this sad news. Peace to you All ❤️

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    So sorry for your loss. She was a talented and beautiful lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.

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    To Barbara Jean's family, I am so saddened by your loss. She was a beautiful young woman, I had the honor of knowing her thru Dunkin Donuts, teaching and promoting her, so eager to learn and to please. God be with your family.

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    Was a true friend when I worked at Panera. Truely hope she's in a better place. Rip Barbie

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    I worked with Barb at the Hilton. She was such a nice person. A great loss for the world. Thoughts and prayers.

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    May you RIP Barbara Jean and may our great lord in heaven continue to watch over and bless all your family and friends that are left here on earth to carry on. May your memory live on in our hearts.

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    To the Compoli Family I am so sorry for your loss. May God hold you in his hands and give you peace.

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    Miss my baby!

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    Words can't express the sympathy and love being sent to your entire family and friends on the loss of Barbara J. Her smile and bright, bright eyes and laughter are remembered so fondly. So very sorry for your loss. ❤

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    Sometimes there are just no words, and this is one of those moments. This world truly lost one of the most genuine and amazing people I have ever met. She was so full of life, and love and compassion and could light up a room with her smile. I will miss her so much, and hope that she knew how much of a positive impact she made on my, and many others' lives. Until then Barb.... "The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?" -EAP

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    So sorry for your loss. May our heavenly father comfort you in this time of great sorrow. She is now with him and he is holding her in his arms.

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    I’m so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Barbara when she was at Dunkin in Cicero. She was a pleasure to work with. God bless and praying for you all

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    My heart is broken not just for myself but for everyone Barb touched in her short time with us. I worked with Barb at the Hilton Garden Inn. Barb was one of the best people I was given the opportunity to have known. She was kind, smart, and funny. Rest well my friend you were truly loved by many.

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    My heartfelt prayers go out to my cousin and her family. I never met my cousin Barbara however if she was anything like her namesake, God has got her now. Enjoy your time with your grandma Barb and I pray to see you both when He calls me there. God Bless!!! ACW

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    You will be missed cuz..I remember Christmas before you were born. Aunt Lori was trying to come up with a name for you. I remember her mentioning a few names, but Barbara ( after our grandmother) stuck..

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