DRESDEN – On Friday August 9, 2019 Barbara Louise Page (Williams) of Dresden passed away peacefully surrounded by her family at Midcoast Hospital in Brunswick. She fought a long hard battle with cancer but has finally found her peace in Heaven.

She was the daughter of Edward and Ruby Williams, born on Dec. 25, 1945 in Bath. Barbara grew up in Woolwich, Bath and also Phippsburg with six siblings by her side. She married the love of her life, Jack Page, on April 10, 1965. She was the mother of two daughters, Sherry and Rose. Barbara was a loving Nana whom enjoyed Bingo, Oxford Casino, bowling, watching the Red Sox, poker, board games, and Yatzee. She lived for her family. She loved to tell stories about growing up and reminiscing about family memories.

She was predeceased by her mother and father; five siblings, Gracie Williams, Eddie Williams, Sharron Jaynes, Lester Williams and Denny Talbot, her loving husband Jack Page; and her eldest daughter Sherry Carr. She leaves behind three siblings, Charlie Williams, Patty Willliams and Norma MacMahann of Bath; one daughter, Rose Miller and partner Roger McNelly of Bath, one “Son”, Gary Carr of Bath; six grandchildren, Jaclyn Bruce and husband Kris Bruce of Bath. Keisha Foster and husband Lawrence Foster of Richmond. Monica Miller of Bath and partner Jeromi Frias of Richmond. Nicole Carr and fiancé Jon Willett of Bath, Kristen Carr and Fiancé Zak Kentopp of South Carolina; one grandson Daniel Carr of Bath; seven great-grandchildren, Kayla Connors and partner Xavier Robertson of Maryland, Kiara Allen and partner Drake Gilliam of Phippsburg, Karrissa Allen of Bath, Trinity and Ember Foster, Robin Willett, Jaelyn Mills; and one great-great-grandson Liam Gilliam.

In lieu of Flowers all donations can be made to:

St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Barbara’s name