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Rose and Tommy Mixon

Our deepest condolences to this lovely lady. She was one very special lady and we will miss her dearly

Celinia Crapps

I love this lady she was so special to me I’ll miss her my prayers are with y’all love C C

Nancy Douglas

This woman was the most loving person you would ever meet. She had a smile and a hug for every. I know she was happy to be reunited with Uncle Steve.

Shannon Carter

Praying for all the family I sure am gonna miss you .

Barbara S. Douglas


Barbara Douglas of Nassauville, Florida passed away on Wednesday, January 17, 2024 in Baxley, Georgia.
Born on January 20, 1935, in Jacksonville, Florida to the late H.J. and Estell Crews Mobley. She grew up on the banks of Christopher Creek in Nassauville, Florida and graduated from Yulee High School in 1953. After graduation she began working for Container Corporation in Fernandina Beach Florida where she worked hard and purchased her mom’s first washing machine. Barbara later married Steve Arthur Douglas in 1956. She and her parents were charter members of Springhill Baptist Church in Fernandina Beach.
Barbara was the captain of her high school basketball team while at Yulee High School. She played the piano and had a beautiful voice. She passed a love for music on to her children. She supported her husband Steve by working for Westpoint Pepperell in Opelika Alabama as he attended Auburn University. Needless to say she was a passionate lifelong Auburn Fan….War Eagle!
Between 1960 and 1965 the couple welcomed three children into their home. Steven Douglas (Karen) of Chattanooga Tennessee, Karen Kruchten (Ken) of Vero Beach Florida, and Greg Douglas (Cindy) of Omaha Nebraska. She was survived by nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren, and all remember her as a Godly mother and granny who loved them unconditionally and lived out a life that pointed them and others toward Jesus.
Over the years she was an active member of Ceder Hills Baptist Church in Jacksonville and Springhill Baptist Church, taught kindergarten and Sunday school and volunteered at Saint Vincents hospital in Jacksonville.
In addition to her children, Barbara leaves behind grandchildren Barbara Jean (Nick) Hartley of Bentonville, Arkansas, Jeana Pinckney of Vero Beach Florida, Andrew (Elizabeth) Douglas of Baxley Ga, Aaron Douglas of Savannah GA, Ally Douglas of Chicago Il, Zachary Douglas of Charlottesville, VA, Lauren (Sam) Douglas Turner of Lompoc, CA., Matthew Kruchten of Montclair, NJ and Alexis Kruchten of Altamonte Springs, Fl. Barbara is also survived by four great grandchildren: Noah and Aubrey Hartley, Callie Kearns, and Addilyn Douglas.
Visitation will be at 2:00 PM on Monday, January 22, 2024 at Springhill Baptist Church followed by funeral services at 3:00 PM.
She will be laid to rest in the Springhill Baptist Church Cemetery.
Donations may be made in Her memory to Springhill Baptist Church.
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