Barbara Lafferty

Barbara Lafferty, 78, born in Quinton, Oklahoma, passed away peacefully on September 2, 2023, in Amarillo, Texas.  Barbara grew up in Amarillo, Texas where she attended school at Forest Hills Elementary and Travis Jr High.

Memorial services will be held at 6:00 p.m., September 5, 2023, at the Arena of Life Cowboy Church, 8827 S. FM 1541, Amarillo, Texas.

Barbara was active within the community. She has served over forty-five years with the Boy Scouts. Beginning in November 1979, Barbara became an active member with Boy Scout Troop 62 and loyally served through day. She was an active member with the Girl Scouts and for several years coached her own children in various sports with Kids Inc. Barbara worked at Amarillo Auto Auction, and USA Auto Auction. Upon her retirement, she began working with Pace Reality Group where she was loved and will greatly be missed.

Barbara is survived by her family of Veterans – her husband, Ray Lafferty, of sixty-three years; her daughter, Lorene Fallon, and her two sons, John Lafferty and Gordon Lafferty; ten grandchildren, and thirteen great-grandchildren.



  1. Rose England

    A sweet lady and a good friend, A group of us ladies made many precious memories when our children were young.

  2. Liz Larson

    Fun and Fabulous Lady! God Bless her amazing family!

  3. Brent and Linda Moore

    She was such a sweet friendly lady and neighbor. We will really miss her.

  4. Glynn and Karen Abbott

    When we think of Barbara, it’s always her beautiful sweet smile, Prayers for her precious family.

  5. David & Carroll Kilpatrick

    Barbara lived the Scout Oath and everyday of her life. She will be missed.

  6. Sheri Kite Wood

    Loreann was my best friend in 6th grade. Had some wonderful times with the family. My boys got to go into pack 62 where our paths crossed again. Precious lady. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  7. Christina Jones & Aliyah Thrasher

    We will miss you so much. You’ve been like a second grandma to me and I’m so so sorry we hadn’t gotten a chance to catch up recently. This breaks my heart. Thank you for including me in your family, even after the divorce. Thank you for the love you’ve shown Aliyah. You are always in our hearts. We will miss you forever.

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