Barbara Lynne Johnson

John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, and whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life….

Barbara passed away quietly in the early hours of morning on Dec. 19, 2020. 

“I am so anxious to see my sweet family again! Please do not grieve for me for now I am in the presence of my Savior, Jesus Christ” was in a note she had written. 

Barbara was born on Nov. 28, 1949 in Robstown, to Herman William Bullock and Imagene Davis Bullock, the youngest of six children.

She said that she was “blessed with parents who loved me and worked hard to provide for me.” 

She also reminisced about when “Mother would spend hours sewing for me after teaching school all day long and Daddy would spend his summers working at the gin, grain elevator or supervising the watermelon harvest to make extra money.” She looked forward to being reunited with her beloved family and friends.

Barbara is survived by Pat Bullock McBurnett; her oldest sister; her two sons, Brent and Matt, who she writes “have both been my pride and joy”, and their wives Stacey and Alison, and her granddaughter Alexis.

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My prayers are with both of you. She was proud of her two sons. That was a beautiful tribute to the two of you she gave. I am honored to call you friend she made two beautiful Men and her legacy will continue. God Bless You. - Elida


I was so sad to hear about the passing of Barbara. I worked with her for many years and will remember her fondly. My thoughts and prayers to her family.

Synphorose Garcia

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