Barbara Dickensheet Obituary,  Death – Dickensheet & Associates, Inc. wishes to express their deepest condolences to Barbara Dickensheet’s family and friends as they mourn her passing and share the news of her passing with you. At 12:50 p.m. on October 7th, 2022, Barbara Dickensheet died away in a calm and serene manner at Swedish Hospital as a result of complications brought on by a lengthy battle with diabetes. The majority of Barbara’s life was spent in Colorado, despite the fact that she was born in Fargo, North Dakota, on the 21st of January, 1947. She was the second of H. Everett Corbin and Katherine Corbin’s five children, and she was the only girl.

Barbara is survived by her husband, William Dickensheet, her daughter, Christine Dickensheet, her son-in-law, Edward “Skip” Ritter, her sister, Paula Moody, her brothers-in-law, Robert Moody and Thorvald “John” Reed, her sister-in-law, Peggy Corbin, and her nieces and nephews, Brian Reed, Jolene Laughlin, Nicole Moody, and Jacob Moody. In addition, Barbara is survived by her sister-in Everett Dickensheet, Barbara Dickensheet’s son, died away in September of 2021, joining their other family members, Diane Reed, Wayne Corbin, and Jaimie Corbin. Barbara Dickensheet has now joined her son, Everett Dickensheet.

After completing her high school education at Lincoln, Barbara pursued a career as a cosmetologist and now works at the Brentwood Shopping Center in Denver, Colorado.
Barbara Dickensheet and William (Bill) Dickensheet co-founded Dickensheet & Associates, Inc., Auctioneers/Liquidators and Appraisers in 1983. Barbara was a vital component in the growth and stability of the firm. Bill and Barbara, who have been married for more than 55 years, have always been a wonderful combination both at home and in their professional lives. Bill will always treasure everything about his Barbie, including the fact that he deeply loves and misses her.

We, Christine and Everett, count ourselves extremely fortunate and blessed to have been given the opportunity to call her our mother. We will always be grateful to her for all of the love Mom showed us over the years and for the important life lessons she passed on to us. Service 11:30 a.m., on Thursday, November 17, 2022 Staging Area B is located at 3698 South Sheridan Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80236, and is home to the Fort Logan National Cemetery. In her honor, I ask that you perform a random act of kindness that was not requested or expected.