Barbara Fuller Sikes
1943 - 2020
Barbara Fuller Sikes, 76, made her transition September 14, 2020 at home in Virginia Beach VA following a brief illness. Barbara was born December 29, 1943 in Hartford CT.

Barbara is survived by her sister, Martha Lee Sikes of Charlottesville VA, cousin, Jane Warner Ransom of Charlottesville VA, niece, Jennifer Sikes Keefer of Deerfield, NH, nephew, Christopher Allan Sikes of Thousand Oaks CA, and four grandnieces.

She was predeceased by her parents Ralph Fuller Sikes and Margaret Walsh Sikes and Brother, Richard H Sikes.

The family would like to thank Intrepid Hospice and Visiting Angels for their compassionate care, and thanks to her loyal circle of friends, especially Toni Romano, for their devotion, friendship and love over many years.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.

Memorial donations may be made to the Association for Research and Enlightenment, Inc., A.R.E., 215 67th St, Virginia Beach, VA 23451. Condolences may be expressed at
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Published by The Virginian-Pilot on Sep. 20, 2020.
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She was and is a wonderful woman. She helped me on so many levels in chiropractor college! I am grateful to her and she made the world a better place!
Linda Squires
May 10, 2021
Dear Martha and family,

I was so very sorry to hear that Barbara had transitioned. I was her MS Yoga Teacher, and Barbara was a core member of our Yoga Family. We all certainly knew that the past couple of years had been a struggle for Barbara with one physical challenge after another. All of which she met with grace and boundless faith. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to know such a loving and pure soul, and pray that she is now resting in peace. Healing light and love to you, and may you find inner peace.
Diane B. McCabe
September 24, 2020
Barbara was a gentle soul, and good friend , from the very first time my partner and I met her at ARE. It was about 14 years ago.
She and I both had a condition that affected mobility , and she joked, calling us "the gimps". She was a volunteer at ARE at that time. The three of us talk many times of the work of Cayce. She was well versed in it.
She was a special lady, and will be missed very much. She is now with the rest of angels where her soul is at home. Barbara, we are better for having known you! Karen Truitt and Ron Simmons
Karen Truitt
September 17, 2020
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