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Barbara Jane Humble, 59, passed away Saturday, September 9, 2017.

Born June 21, 1958, Barbara was a mother and homemaker, with a spirit that would light up any room and a smile and laugh that would make anyone feel at home. While she was not an active member of a certain church, she was a devout Christian and loved Jesus with all her heart.

Preceded in death by parents, Anna Ruth and Clair Humble Jr.; brother, David Humble; and sister, Carol Frase. Surviving are sons, Joseph Ball of Kent, Charles Hughes of Pittsburgh and Matthew Ball of Los Angeles, CA; daughter, Samantha Ball of Boston, MA; grandson, Dylan Hughes; brothers and sisters, Sheila Blaho of Kelley's Island, Bonnie Watts of Florida, Dennis Humble and Judy Humble both of Akron, and Mark Humble of Norton.

Barbara would have wanted to be remembered most as a devout and loving mother, always making sure her family had the best she could offer. She also loved gardening and arts and crafts, with a natural talent to transform her surroundings into something beautiful. She also loved old music and movies, and could discuss them at length with her well known sharp as a tack wit.

Calling hours will be held Friday 6-8 p.m. at Bissler and Sons Funeral home, 628 West Main St., Kent, OH 44240.