Barb will live on in our hearts as the dear person she was on earth, full of love and life. We had the pleasure of living next to her on Glacier View 1997 to 2005. She gave me courage and comfort after our car accident, and I learned so much about Life from her. Rest now in peace and comfort, dearest Barb. We shall keep the family and friends close in prayer during this most difficult of times.
Barb was such a cheerful and happy person. She was so involved in Niwot Elementary where I taught and had her two boys in class. I loved her positive attitude and will miss her.
We miss you.
Anette, Ingela, Rudolf
I am so sorry to hear about Barb´s passing. We started writing letters to each other at a very young age and as young adults we had an exciting trip in Europe. We have now and then been fortunate to meet in Sweden, we have also met you - her sons, Don and Bengt - on a few occasions.
We are all very grateful for her warm welcoming of our sons, Johan and Matias, when they visited Bolulder.
I know how hard it must be for you at this time of loss, my family and I send you our deepest sympathies.
Barb, I will always remember your happy smile and all the fun we had in our youth! Rest in peace!
Mona Hellsten, Onsala, Sweden (second cousin)
My sister Gerd and I planned to visit Barb middle of August when we were in Denver. I talked to Barb in the phone August 13 and understood that she was too tired to see us. It was so sad.
Barb and her family stayed with me during the family reunion we had here in Sweden 1999. It was great fun to have them as guests. When we this spring were planning to go to Denver in August I contacted Barb to see if we could visit her. I understood that she had hard times but we hoped that we might see her. But as the summer passed I realized that it might be not possible. I am glad that I could say hello to her in the phone but very sad for her and her family.
Gerd and I are cousins to Barb´s father Bengt and we send our love to Barb´s family.
Barb, rest in peace.
Eva and Gerd