BARBARA ANN (MORR) REVSBECK Minneapolis, Minn. Barbara Ann (Morr) Revsbeck, 92, born on Sept. 12, 1929, in Akron, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Sept. 18, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband of 68 years, Eb W. Revsbeck; mother, Anna Morr (Zornig); father, Clarence Morr; daughter-in-law, Katherine Revsbeck (Daniel); loving sisters, Virginia Soorholtz, Joan Grovert, Miriam Hurley; and aunt and uncle, Corinne and Alfred Zornig. Survived by her three sons, Daniel, David (Patricia) and Douglas (Christy) Revsbeck; grandchildren, Corinne Klitzke (Bryan), Connor Revsbeck, David Revsbeck Jr., Katrina Revsbeck; great-granddaughter, Soren Katherine Klitzke; and many loving nieces, nephews and great-nieces and -nephews. Barbara graduated from Roosevelt High School in Cedar Rapids, in 1947, and later graduated from Cedar Rapids Business College in 1949. She then moved to Minneapolis, where she eventually met her husband Eb Revsbeck in 1950. Around Christmas time in 1950, Barbara moved in to live with Eb's parents who resided in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis after he received orders to serve with the U.S. Marines in Korea. She gave Eb this photo to keep with him during his deployment. While living there, she discovered Christ Church Lutheran located a few blocks away and became a lifelong member of the congregation. Barbara loved to sing and joined the church choir. Later, she joined the "The Mother Singers" choir at Wenonah Elementary School in Minneapolis where her children attended. Barbara spent her life's career as an administrative assistant with the Minneapolis Board of Education that spanned over three decades. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, with a visitation from 10 to 11 a.m. at Christ Church Lutheran, 3244 34th Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55406. Memorials preferred to the Minnesota Veterans Home Family Council or Christ Church Lutheran, in lieu of flowers. Face coverings are required if attending. Interment will take place later in Spring of 2022 at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. "A heart for any fate" -A Morr Girl.
I have so many memories of my Aunt Barb that would fill a book. She was beautiful, kind, and dearly loved by all who knew her. Shall miss her very much, and heaven has another angel looking down from above.