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Barbara Stuart Harris Goode, 82, formerly of Lynchburg, VA, passed away at her residence in Summerville, SC, October 6, 2022. She was born July 24, 1940, to Dorothy Elizabeth Stinnett Harris and Walter Bernard Harris I in Spottswood, Augusta Co, VA. She was preceded in death by her husband of 38 years, Leslie John Goode; sister Jo Anne Harris; sister Dorothy Bernard (Bunnie) Harris Monger; brother, Walter Bernard (Buck) Harris II (Ginny).
Left to cherish her memory, daughter Allison Litton Carner, Smith Mountain Lake, VA; son John Richard Litton Jr.(Renee) Ridgeville, SC; sister Harriet Bragg Harris Greaney (Dennis), Dallas, TX; grandchildren Bradley William Carner (Victoria), Lynchburg, VA; Ashley Carner Nash (Joshua), Rustburg, VA; Jacob Matthew Litton (Jessie), Ladson, SC; Samuel Elijah Litton (Paige) Columbia, SC; Jonathan Joseph Litton, Ridgeville, SC; great grandchildren Kate Rebecca Nash, Declan Hunter Nash, Wyatt James Carner, Jackson William Carner; nieces, Jill Yvonne Monger, Mount Pleasant, SC; Stacie Harris Reed (Joel) Cocoa Beach, FL; Katherine Elise Greaney Kelly (Ryan) Dallas, TX; Emily Caroline Greaney Weissmann (Eric) Tyler, TX.
A native Virginian, Barbara graduated from Marion High School and attended Marion College. There in Marion she met her first husband, John Richard Litton Sr. Together they moved to Lynchburg, VA where they raised their children. Barbara was a dedicated member of the Women of the Moose, and in 1993 was nominated as International Novice Co-Worker of the year by her chapter in Jacksonville, FL, where she lived for many years with her second husband Leslie Goode. They retired in Summerville, SC, nearer her son John Richard Litton Jr., who faithfully, along with wife Renee, cared for them during their last years of life.
Over the years many friends and family were blessed to receive one of the beautifully hand-stitched quilts Barbara lovingly made. Gardening was also a lifelong passion. She prided herself on the tomatoes she grew to share with neighbors. A "Celebration of Life" service will be held for family and friends at a date and time to be announced. The family suggests donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Palmetto Cremation Society, 5638 North Rhett Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29406.
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