Barbara Jean Quander

  • Born: May 27, 1936
  • Died: January 5, 2019
  • Location: Arlington, Virginia

Greene Funeral Home

814 Franklin Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Tel. (703) 549-0089

Tribute & Message From The Family

Barbara was born on May 27, 1936 and passed away on Saturday, January 5, 2019.

Barbara was a resident of Arlington, Virginia.


Condolence & Memory Journal

OMG....just finding out. Barbara was a very good friend of my mother Sheila and grandmother Martha. She referred to my brother Montayne and I as her grandchildren. Our family go back a long way with her since we were knee high to a duck and Russell Temple. Last seen her about a year ago at the nursing home laughing and talking with me and my brother. I miss you so much. I had you heavily on my mind and was going to come visit you. Kiss my mother, grandmother, Uncle Reggie, uncles, and aunt for me. RIP and we will be together again one sweet day.

Tammy, my deepest and heartfelt condolences to you, Tamika, Lil Toni and the rest of the family. Your mother had a very beautiful spirit and was full of life every time I talked to her. I love you too.

Posted by Tonia Randolph - SPRINGFIELD, VA - Family   February 08, 2019

Ms Quander was a wonderful neighbor to me on Ripley St. I missed her when she moved and was so sorry to hear of her passing. My condolences to the family. God Bless.

Posted by Kathy Reed - Alexandria, VA - Neighbor   January 31, 2019

Ms. B, I going to miss you something terribly. I will cherish our time together, and I love you so much. You are truly one of God's Angel and enjoy walking around Heaven. You will truly be missed. Love you!

Posted by Tony Manning - Lorton, VA - family   January 10, 2019

Gonna miss you Aunt Barbara. No matter how our conversations started, we always ended them talking about the goodness of the Lord. You would always say, "We know don't we Billie?" And yes we do. "To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." Gonna miss you!

Posted by Linda Harris - Fort Washington, MD - Family   January 10, 2019

Gonna miss you Aunt Barbara! When we talked, no matter how our conversations started we always them talking about the goodness of The Lord. You would always say, "we know, don't we Billie?" And yes, we do. We know that, "to be absent from the body is to present with the Lord."

Posted by Linda Harris - Ft. Washington, MD - Family   January 10, 2019

Sorry for your loss May Roman 15 verse 4 and john 11 verse 25 bring your family comfort

Posted by Rosa Harris - woodbridge, VA   January 10, 2019

Grandma I'm going to miss you so much!You were my everything and my heart!It hurts but I know you are in a better place and God makes no mistakes!I will always cherish the memories and always hold you dear to my heart!I promise I will make you proud of me Grandma!Love you always and forever!Love your granddaughter Tamika❤

Posted by Tamika Quander - Lorton, VA - Grandchild   January 09, 2019

My heart the monarch of all, ill miss you terrible and i know God makes no mistakes. Your in heaven smiling down on all of the family until we meet again grandma love always you granddaughter lil Toni

Posted by Toni Johnson - Lorton, VA - Grandchild   January 09, 2019

I will miss you my dear sister. I know Mama told you to take care of me and you did through all your comforting words of God and encouragement when I came to you for advise. No worries, your words of comfort are still with me and always will be. The love and memories of you will forever be with me. I love you but God love you more. I pray I will live my life pleasing to God and we will walk around Heaven all day together.

Posted by Catherine Vaughan - Woodbridge, VA - Sister   January 09, 2019

Mom my heart is heavy but I know you were tired so god took you I will miss you but I know you will be smiling down on me every day your daughter Tammy

Posted by Tamara manning - LortonE, VA   January 09, 2019

Tammy & Family, sending heartfelt condolences and prayers to you in the transition of your beloved mom. My prayer is that God will cover you in comfort and peace now and in the days ahead. May the memories you hold help to sustain you. Love and hugs! Vanessa Greene

Posted by Vanessa Greene - Alexandria, VA - Family Friend   January 09, 2019