March 20, 1970 ~ November 17, 2019

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Carmel, IN

Barbara Ann Corra, 49, of Carmel, passed away on November 17th, 2019 in Carmel. Barbara was born in Rochester, New York to John Becker and Janet Ann (Wenners) Becker on March 20th, 1970. She went to school at Nazareth Academy. She married John Corra on June 15th, 1996 in Victor, New York. She was an amazing stay at home mom dedicated to her family. She was involved with Religious Education at St. Elizabeth Seton.

Barbara is preceded in death by her mother Ann.

Barbara is survived by her husband John, amazing children Alex Emma and Tara, her sister Brenda, brothers Marty, Miles and John, her father John, her in-laws Carl and Jean, many nieces and nephews, a huge extended family, our friends from home and our amazing family at Seton who have been so loving and supportive during this trying time.

There will be a memorial mass at 10:30am on Monday, November 25, 2019 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 10655 Haverstick Road, Carmel, IN 46033, with a gathering one hour prior.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

The family of Barbara Corra wishes to extend our sincere thanks to amazing medical professionals at IU Health, Carmel Health and Wellness and the amazing group of people at St. Elizabeth Seton. There are too many people to list but I must thank Chris, Pam and Sister Carole for all they have done for us.

Services

Visitation: November 25, 2019 9:30 am - 10:30 am

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
10655 Haverstick Road
Carmel, IN 46033


Memorial Service: November 25, 2019 10:30 am

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
10655 Haverstick Road
Carmel, IN 46033


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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Barbara Ann Corra's name.

American Cancer Society


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  1. We are deeply saddened to learn of her passing. We send warm thoughts and many prayers for your family at this time.
    Troy, Lisa, Spencer and Hayden Hanna

  2. So very sorry to hear of this. I remember Barbara as a beautiful, courageous, loving woman. Many prayers for all her family and friends. I picture her reunited with her precious mother,Ann.
    May the memories you have of Barbara and the love you shared bring you all peace and strength during this time. With continued prayers and love. Ruth Anne and John Trippe

  3. We are so sorry to hear this. Barbara was so brave throughout her illness. Her courage will surely be passed down to her children.
    Special thoughts to Jeanne and Carl who were ,and are,the most wonderful grandparents,in laws and parents
    Love Marlene and Dan

  4. We are so sad to hear this.Barbara was such a brave woman who surely passed down her courage to her children.
    Special thoughts go to Jeanne and Carl for being the best grandparents, in laws and parents and put their life on hold to help John,Barbara and their children. Pure love.

  5. Just remembering Aunt Barb’s beautiful and gentle smile right now and thinking about all of the fun times we had together as a family in Pittsford when we were younger! Uncle John, Alex, Emma, and Tara, you have a saint watching over you from heaven; she is with you every single day. Continuing to pray for you all at this time, and sending lots of love.

  6. Dearest John, Alex, Emma & Tara,
    No word holds enough power to ease your hearts pain. We share our deepest condolences for you all. Hold tight onto the memories of your mom/wife for comfort. Remind each other of special moments together. Lean on each other, your family and friends for strength. Laugh, cry and share moments that brought you great happiness. Celebrate her and the times she carried you and times she walked beside you and now know she soars above you. When you need it most she will be there sending you messages and reminding you of her love for you. She is strong in spirit as she was courageous during her illness. God Bless you all. Our love surrounds you.

  7. Dearest John, Alex, Emma & Tara,
    No word holds enough power to ease your hearts pain. We share our deepest condolences for you all. Hold tight onto the memories of your mom/wife for comfort. Remind each other of special moments together. Lean on each other, your family and friends for strength. Laugh, cry and share moments that brought you great happiness. Celebrate her and the times she carried you and times she walked beside you and now know she soars above you. When you need it most she will be there sending you messages and reminding you of her love for you. She is strong in spirit as she was courageous during her illness. God Bless you all. Our love surrounds you.
    Jean, Joe , Michael, Nicholas & Joseph

  8. So sorry for your loss and everything your family had to endure. Sending you love and prayers. I’m a phone call away if you need anything cousin. Love you man.

  9. My sincere condolences to you John.
    You are a strong man but some events can bring the strongest of us to our knees.
    Although her journey is over, your’s continues. I will pray for you and your family.

  10. My prayers are with your family. What a beautiful person, mother, wife and friend she was. She will be missed and loved in memory forever.

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