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Barbara Pountain
  • September 03, 1943
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  • August 04, 2019

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Barbara May Pountain (Barb), 75, of Port Orange, FL, made her transition to heavenly life Sunday, August 4, 2019 while holding the hand of her loving husband, Ric (Richard), at the Halifax Health – Hospice Care Center in Port Orange, Fl. Barbara was born September 3, 1943 in Catskill, NY, to Cornelius (Connie) and Evelyn (Morse) Christian. She graduated from Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School and attended Oneonta State Teachers College. She and Ric were married Christmas Eve of 1977. It was the second marriage for both.  While Ric was in the Air Force, they lived in England, Oklahoma City, OK, Sumter, SC, Omaha, Ne, and Washington, DC. After service they moved to Morristown, TN before finally settling in Port Orange. Barb worked as a waitress, dental assistant, dental office manager, office assistant with the Base Exchange, Senior Loan Officer for SAFE Federal and SAC Federal Credit Unions, and as the volunteer Manager of the Port Orange United Church of Christ (POUCC) Thrift and Gift Store for fifteen years.  Barbara was a devoted fan of her New York Yankees. Her favorite book was the Bible which she read everyday. Hers and Ric’s favorite song was: “You Light up My Life.”  She was a member of: The Grange, DAR, and POUCC.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brother Neil Christian and his wife Peggy; and Aunt Catherine Morse, whom she was very close to. She is survived by her husband Ric; son Charles E. (Ched) Deckett (Rhonda) of Bellevue, Ne; sister Kathy Vroman (Butch) of N. Blenheim, NY; step-son Jamie Pountain, Chula Vista, Ca; and several nieces, nephews and grandchildren.

Barbara requested that there be no services. Donations may be made in her name to the POUCC Thrift and Gift Store, 651 Taylor Rd., Port Orange, Fl  32127.  Cremation under the guidance of Baldwin Brothers. Internment will be in The Gerald B. H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery at a later date. 

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  1. 17 Aug 2019
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