Barbara Ann Oryl

December 10, 1941 - October 6, 2021
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Wednesday 10/13, 9:00 am - 10:30 am
New St. Mary's Cemetery
515 W. Browning Road
Bellmawr, NJ 08031
Wednesday 10/13
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St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Wednesday 10/13, 11:00 am

Barbara Ann Oryl (nee Kain) On October 6, 2021, Washington Twp.  Age 79.  Beloved wife of the late Anthony Oryl.  Devoted mother of Michelle A Cheatham (PJ).  Loving grandmother of Brody and Felicity. Loved by nieces, nephews and cousins. Family and friends are invited to attend her viewing Wednesday 9:00 – 10:30 am at theContinue Reading

Cassie Boroski left a message on October 12, 2021:
Barb, I'm going to miss you. You were one of a kind you really were. Your adoration for Gerry was too cute for words. Your request every year for the homemade Gerry calendar was my honor. I'm going to miss our talks. I have attached a photo of Barb and her late husband that she asked me to find on my trip to Disney in 2019 right before Covid hit hard. It was located in Epcot. They have since taken the walls down during construction and hopefully they will relocate them elsewhere. RIP my friend. And again, you will be missed.
Bella left a message on October 12, 2021:
To the beautiful family of my sweet friend Lu~ We shared so many fun and special times together, she was such an avid supporter of Gerard Butler! We all should be so lucky as to find something to bring us the type of joy that Gerry brought to her life, in addition to a daughter and grandchildren that she was always bragging about! Lu adopted me, so-to-speak, and was such an amazing supporter of my military service! She sent me letters and checked in on me on FB when she could, a true angel. I'm so very heartsick to hear of her passing, but know she had health issues recently, and I am glad to know that she is no longer in pain and with her husband, who she missed dearly. If there's anything I can do to help, even if it's just to share my memories of Lu, please don't hesitate to ask. ? I share in your grief, she was a wonderful person and friend.
Holly Ghere left a message on October 12, 2021:
My uploaded picture is how I'll always remember our beloved Lu (short for Lugerry or Love You Gerry). It was taken at the 2010 gbGALS Fan Convention and Charity Gala and my husband is the kilted gentleman carrying her to the "Scottish Throne" we had as part of that year's theme. Barb had an undeniable zest for life. She was quick to reach out and check on everyone and was always there to share a fun Gerry picture or story to lift one's spirits. TO HER FAMILY, please know YOU ARE THE ABSOLUTE LIGHT OF HER LIFE. There was no knowing Barb without knowing about how much she loved her family!!
Marina Rice left a message on October 12, 2021:
With deepest sympathies. I will remember Barb from GB GALS group as an awesome lady.
Elissa O'Brien left a message on October 12, 2021:
My sincere condolences to Barb's family. Barb and I met at a Gerard Butler GALS convention in Las Vegas in 2007. What a great friend she became over the years! She had a fun-loving spirit and always had a smile and a hug ready. She is sorely missed.
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Belia Jimenez left a message on October 11, 2021:
My sincere condolences, I met Barbara thru the GALS family. We shared a love of Gerard Butler. We attended the Vegas Conventions and were roomies for a couple of Comic Con Conventions. She was so bright and friendly. Wherever we were she could turn to the stranger seated next to her and engage in conversation which usually led to GB. Thank you for your friendship Lugerry Bea
Kathryn Volkstorf left a message on October 10, 2021:
Barbara, better known to many of her GAL friends as "Lu", will be greatly missed. For more years, more than I want to admit to, we have been Internet friends that grew overtime to a deep friendship. We shared our lives through email stories and her friends and family members became mine as well even though we have never met. I will greatly miss her daily emails. She wanted all of the videos of her grandchildren that her daughter posted on Facebook but didn't know how to download them. I downloaded them for her and she was thrilled to get them. She has quite a collection of them over the years in her computer. Barbara was always so grateful for any help you could give when it came to her computer. Her "Knight in shining armor" was her neighbor Lou who came to her rescue with any computer problems she had or help needed around the house. She loved Lou and his family because he treated her like a mother. We GALS loved him for that. I loved hearing about her close cousin, Loretta and her husband, and how they visited her and helped her do things around the house that were hard for her. Loretta and Barbara were more like sisters and even visited Disney World together. Barbara was rich from the love she received from others who loved her enthusiasm for life and adventure. Traveling was a joy to her, especially when it met meeting in person the people she knew from the Internet. We all had a close bond from our many years of sharing our lives. How I will miss her emails and her sense of humor. Rest in peace my dear friend. Lu will be remembered fondly until my time comes to meet her in heaven. I hope they have Gerry movies there so we can finally see one together. Love you, my friend! Kathy Volkstorf (Forbes Girl)
Susan (Irish) left a message on October 10, 2021:
Barbara will be missed by so many of her girlfriends who shared her love of Gerry Butler. She was always one to keep us all laughing in Las Vegas and she never failed to reach out a hand of friendship. Before she got ill, she was always the first one ready to travel and party! As a friend of Barbara's who felt close to her but unfortunately lived on the other side of the country, I want to thank her Cousin Loretta, her neighbor Lou and his wife, and her housekeeper (I'm sorry, I can't remember your name) and her hubby for taking such good care of Barbara especially these last number of years. She talked about all of you so often and how precious you all were to her. God bless you. To Brody and Felicity, you were the light of her life. Your grandma really loved you so very much. She was so proud of you. To all of her family, my deepest sympathy. I take comfort in knowing that she is no longer suffering and has been reunited with her Tony and her Lord.
Tricia (Foley) Super left a message on October 9, 2021:
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Maria & Ken Cooley left a message on October 8, 2021:
Bill & Linda, So sorry to hear about the passing of your sister, Barbara. We will keep her and all your family in our prayers . . . Maria & Ken
Egizi Funeral Home left a message:
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