Barbara Louise Street
Wednesday 26th of January 1927 - Wednesday 29th of December 2021
Barbara Louise Street, age 94, formerly of Frankfort, IN and Noblesville, IN passed away on December 29, 2021 in Lexington, Kentucky. She was born on January 26, 1927 to Mary Elizabeth Morgan and Leslie R. McCorkell in Cherokee, Iowa. She graduated from Frankfort Senior High School in 1945. Barbara worked a variety of jobs, from the counter of a soda shop to a bookkeeper, but her favorite job was as a wife and mother. She married Herbert Max Street on December 30, 1961. They shared 28 wonderful years of marriage until his passing in 1990.
Barbara loved the Lord and was a member of Emanuel United Methodist Church in Noblesville, IN. She enjoyed making quilts for family and prayer quilts for the members of her Sunday school class. Barbara loved spending time with her family and friends, playing cards and games, and reading.
Barbara will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Carol A. Street (husband Brent Potter) of Lexington, KY and Susan S. Cook (husband Kenneth) of Noblesville, IN, along with many friends and relatives. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert, and two sons, Thomas Lee Walsh and Ronald Street.
No services are planned at this time. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to your local library or animal shelter.
Susan So sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Prayers to you and your family. Loved watching the video with so many of your family. Such special memories.
I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Barbara was such a sweet neighbor! My dog Wrigley and I would go on walks and he would always stop at her drive wanting to go for a visit. I enjoyed our talks which were always so heart warming. Rest in Peace my sweet friend!
Sue, I’m so sorry for your loss. She was so sweet and made beautiful quilts. I miss seeing you at the meetings
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I really enjoyed meeting and spending time with Barbara at many quilt classes and meetings. Always fun !
Kay Ellen Zieglersays
My condolences and sympathies to the family. Barbara was such a sweet, loving person who was always happy. I have a lap quilt that she made for me when I was sick, so I have a nice memory of her. She will be missed by all her friends from Emmanuel UMC. God bless your family.
I’m so grateful to have experienced Barb & Herb in my life. What awesome neighbors they were. They treated me like I was their own. They exhibited qualities I can never forget.