12 March, 1959 – 16 November, 2021
The world lost a beloved mother, Belinda Ann (Koenig) Dobbins, age 62, she passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 16, 2021.
Belinda was born on March 12, 1959 in Sterling, Colorado to Victor H. and Theresa Koenig of Sterling, Colorado. She was a resident of Kansas City, MO.
Belinda was preceded in death by her Grandparents, Frank and Katherine Kloberdanz, Her Father, Victor Koenig, a sister, Shari Storfa, two grandchildren; Cody and Bethany Irvine, Her husband, John Wayne Dobbins, and former spouse Larry A. Hardwick.
Belinda was a wife, mother and homemaker for most of her life. She enjoyed gardening and plants, cake decorating, crafting, interior designing, and more. She was very involved in her church Preparing the Way Ministries, and she loved to study her Bible and share the love of Jesus with everyone. She also enjoyed spending quality time with her family and friends.
She is survived by her Mom, Theresa Lambert of Sterling, CO., Her sisters, Diane Williams, of Port Orchard, Washington, Connie De Almeida, of Everett, Washington, Debbie Phillips, of Grand Junction, CO., Melissa Carlson and Husband Michael, of Grand Junction, Colorado, Felicia Hielscher, of Sterling, CO, Paula Hielscher, of Sterling, CO. Her brother, Ronald Hielscher of Burlington, CO., Her five children; Michelle Clancy and husband Aaron, Mindy Hardwick Yates and husband Ray, Shawntell Gamble and husband Tommy, Theresa “TJ” Moes and husband Matt and John Wayne Dobbins Jr. Belinda leaves behind grandchildren; Faith Irvine, Matthew Clancy, Hope Hardwick, Harley Hardwick, Hannah Hardwick, Tyler Becker, Love Brannlund, Aspen Molthan, Alicia Dunn, Dominic Dunn, Illijah Gamble and Isaiah Gamble. Great grandchildren that survive her are Grace Hardwick-Henry, Gabriella Riggs and Giovanna Riggs. She also leaves behind many nieces, nephews and former spouse, Jeffrey A. Goss. She leaves behind her furry grandchildren too, Zeuss, Archer, Lana, Katya, Babygirl, Hercules, Gunner, Kat, Oreo, Bella, Ashes, Smokey. And last, but not least, her spoiled, chihuahua, Bucky.
Belinda had a huge heart for the homeless and animals. In her honor, help a person in need or pay it forward. Be kind to whomever you meet for you never know what they are going through in life.
Visitation will be Saturday November 27th from 1 – 2:00 with services to follow at 2:00 pm at White Chaple, Burial with a reception to follow back inside.
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