Barbara A. Munson
July 5,1949-November 30, 2018
Barbara A. Munson, 69, of Port Henry, died Friday Nov.30, 2018, after a long illness.
Born July 5, 1949, in Mineville, N.Y. She was the daughter of Leonard and Edith (Allen) Brace.
Barbara was a 1967 graduate of Moriah Central school and went on to a career in Dental Assisting after attending college in New York City. She later worked for a dentist in Plattsburgh NY
In 1972 her world was changed forever when she met the love of her life Dale. A few short months later in 1973 she became his bride and began a new adventure as a Coast Guard wife and her life would then be filled with happiness, joy and many years of exciting travels. Barbara saw the world. Every duty station was an adventure.
Barbara is survived by her only child, Jennifer White and her husband Jason of Melbourne, Fl . Barbara also has her special “little” Dale Joseph her only grandchild . He was the sunshine on a gloomy day and no matter how rotten her day could have been little Dale would always make Barb smile.
Barb is also survived by her brothers Joe Brace and his wife Germaine ( whom was not just a sister in law but her best friend and sister) of Cape Coral Fl and Tom Brace and his wife Debbie of Mineville. Barb also had special relationships with her nephews and niece. Jeff Brace and his wife Christy and their family of Pound,VA, Scott Brace and his wife Miracle and their family of Pound, VA , Jason Brace ( who was also her godson) and his wife Karen and family of Hampton VA, Chris Demarais and his wife Elise and family of Moriah NY and Nichole Brace and significant other Leroy and family of Ticonderoga, NY. Barbara also has many special aunts, uncles and cousins. She is also survived by several brothers and sister in laws and their families.
Barbara is predeceased by her beloved husband of 28 years Clyde Dale Munson, and her mom dad Leonard and Edith Brace.
Barbara was a beautiful and happy person that would always have a ready smile on her face and always willing to help anyone in need in anyway.
As per Barbara’s request there will be no calling hours and a burial and service will take place in the spring at a later date.