Published DateMIAMI — Barbara J. (Baker) Orbon, 79, passed away March 29, 2013 in her home in Miami, Florida from a battle with cancer. Her husband of 30 plus years, Armando Orbon, was by her side.
She is predeceased by her mother and father, Georgia (Tibbets) Baker and Herman Baker of Holderness, NH.
She once owned the Pinnacle Apple Orchard in New Hampton, NH. She loved to garden and decorate her home. After she sold the orchard, she moved to Miami. She worked in a small antique and consignment shop. She loved her kitties. People would bring her stray cats and Mom would be kind and take care of them all. She had written poetry and at one time one poem was published into a song, which she won an award for. She was a very kind and warm person. She always made you feel comfortable — very hospitable and loving.
She leaves behind her two daughters, Deborah A. Boissionnault and her husband Donnie of Laconia, NH and Gail Sousa and her husband Ron of Canaan, NH; six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
She came from a large family of 10. All have passed but her two loving sisters, Beverly Smith and her husband Norman of Holderness, NH and Carolyn Calley of Holderness, NH; as well as many neices and nephews.
She loved the Lord and she went home to be with him. We all will miss this Wonderful Lady. We Love You.
There will be no services.