Barbara J. Ristedt
Date of Death: May 28, 2013
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Born August 27th, 1948 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to the late Henry P. Ristedt and Barbara A. Thayer, and died peacefully after a lengthy battle with cancer on the 28th of May at Ebeid Hospice facility in Sylvania, Ohio.Barb raised her family in Washington State, working in the dental industry for many years. She finished…

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Kimberly Ristedt left a message on May 11, 2018:
Mom you were the example of the person I hope to be someday! May your beauty and laughter shine in Heaven as it did here on earth! I love you and miss you...wondering how I will heal from this loss but I know your walking the journey with me.Love you BIG!Your Daughter and friend,Kimmy
Renee M left a message on May 11, 2018:
Although I only knew Barbara through the eyes of her daughter Kim I sure hope there is a Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware in Heaven with Isles gilded in gold. One visit to her house many years ago (to accompany Kim and the dogs) left such a decorating impression on me my jaw is still dropped. I know you will be missed by your loved ones, but they know it is only your physical being that is gone your love, spirit, and guidance remain. Much love to all of the Ristead familyLong time friend of Kimmy,Renee Mosley and family
Renee M left a message on May 11, 2018:
Although I only knew Barbara through the eyes of her daughter Kim I sure hope there is a Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware in Heaven with Isles gilded in gold. One visit to her house many years ago (to accompany Kim and the dogs) left such a decorating impression on me my jaw is still dropped. I know you will be missed by your loved ones, but they know it is only your physical being that is gone your love, spirit, and guidance remain. Much love to all of the Ristead familyLong time friend of Kimmy,Renee Mosley and family
Amy VanPoole left a message on May 11, 2018:
To my Aunty Barb,We love and miss you sooo much. One of my first memories of you was you walking off the Plane with a huge smile on your face with your spiffy leather jacket and a manopaly game in your hand for me and my brother. another favorite memory of mine is when you kimmy and grandma mac spoild me roten by taking me clothes shopping. I know that over the years we had lost touch and reconected but I wanted you to know that you and your family have never been far from my mind and heart. I know that you are in a better place and are finaly at peace. Probly rearanging heaven and planting a garden with grandma mac. we will all miss you but we will always have your lasting smile and kindness in our hearts. Amy VanPoole (Ristedt)
Carli left a message on May 11, 2018:
That's 2 clveer by half and 2x2 clever 4 me. Thanks!
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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