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Barbara Ann Larkin

June 28, 1946March 30, 2021

In loving memory of Barbara Ann Larkin, born June 28th, 1946 in Rochester, NY, who passed away peacefully March 30th, 2021. Barb was a fun, generous, and loving mother, grandmother, and friend, with an infectious laugh. She enjoyed reading, travelling, and cooking, but mostly spending time with family.

She was a devoted Rotarian and President 2011-2012, who volunteered her time to packing and delivering Christmas Meals, as well as helping cook serve a pancake breakfast at the Fort Collins Peach Festival every year.

Barb was preceded in death by her parents Edward and Elizabeth, her sister Valerie, her brother Kenneth, her husband Thomas, and her daughter Abigale. She is survived by her son Bradley, daughter-in-law Farrah, grandson Jack, sister-in-law Julia, nieces and nephews, and many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Timberline Church 2908 S Timberline Rd, Fort Collins, CO 8052 on April 23rd, 2021 at 10:00 A.M.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Breast Cancer Charities, Multiple Myeloma Charities, or Rotary International.



Barbara Ann Larkin

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Marlene Aragon

April 11, 2021

Barb , you were full of life, your laugh will be my biggest memory of you. I remember when you shipped over the famous New York hot dogs for our team meeting at Boardwalk. Thanks for teaching me how to play Blackjack. It brings comfort knowing your with your precious Abigail and soulmate Tom. My deepest condolences to Bradley, Farrah and Jack. She loved you so much.

Kerrie Verba

April 11, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Barb’s passing. Such an effervescent woman with a heart of gold. I will forever remember her words of encouragement and wisdom. May you find comfort in the wonderful memories she left you.

My deepest sympathies.

Kerrie Verba.

Kerry Flint

April 10, 2021

I met Barb in 1991 while working at FNB. Over the following 30 years the plentiful times and memories we shared together I'll cherish with great fondness and joy. Barb's optimistic, fun loving, compassionate, infectious laugh and zest is how she lived her life. First and foremost was her deep, deep love for her family, her multitude of friends and the joy of her four legged dogs and horse. Rest in peace my dear friend. My heartfelt sympathy to Bradley Thomas, Farrah, Jack and extended family.

Betty Evans

April 8, 2021

My beloved Babs. How I miss you and all our good times. You are a compassionate and loving lady. Every hour of every day a memory of our friendship reveals itself. How could I have taken those memories for granted?
Put in a good word for me with the Big Guy!
Love forever and ever!

Bonnie Gorton

April 5, 2021

You will be truly missed, Babs. Our girls nights were filled with such laughter. You were a giver, always positive and a great cook/hostess. I will remember you with fondness and love. Thank you for your friendship.

Deb and Richard Haile

April 4, 2021

Neighbors for 20 years and we are already missing Barb's robust laugh that would spill over our shared fence. Barb was full of strength and positivity. We will never forget seeing her pull out of the drive in her convertible, Hank in the front seat next to her sporting his shades!

Richard and Deb Haile

Doris Gisi

April 2, 2021

May memories of her adventurous spirit, sense of humor and love for family and friends be a great comfort in this extraordinarily difficult time.

Virg Schoonover

April 1, 2021

My heart hurts for the great loss of Barb. I loved her genuine laugh and all her stories of her and Hank. Barb was such a kind soul. I will miss her greatly. My love to Brad and family.

Lu Burch

March 31, 2021

I am so very sorry to hear of her passing. I have a lot of great memories with Barb. She was definitely a strong lady who could made me laugh often. Sending many thoughts and prayers.

Anne Petenes

March 31, 2021

My sincerest condolences, the world will be a sadder place with out her. She was an amazing lady . . . .