June 18, 1944 ~ July 30, 2020

Born in: CA
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Barbara J. Huneycutt, 76, passed away July 30, 2020. Survived by daughter, Christine (Bill) Schwer; grandchildren, Shelby (Zach) Sandoval and Justin Schwer; great-granddaughter, Hadley Sandoval; siblings, Sharman (Bruce) Blattner, Allan Willits and Betty Harp; and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Preceded in death by parents; and siblings, Gene Willits, Linda Pilcher and Curtis Vanderpool, Jr. Barbara was born to Curtis and Hildreth (Willits) Vanderpool on June 18, 1944, in California. She fought a very courageous battle for 2½ years with cancer. Barbara worked for Parkwest Imaging in Pueblo for many years and for many doctors, in Arkansas as a Medical Transcriptionist and she helped many stray animals throughout the years. She was a beloved Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt and Friend. She will be dearly missed. Your wings were ready, but our hearts were not. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Thursday August 6, 2020, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Online condolences, www. MontgomerySteward.com

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Funeral Service: August 6, 2020 2:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Thank you to Kris and all of Barb’s family for sharing her with her “work family” at Parkwest Imaging. While she was employed as a medical transcriptionist, she was so much more to us. When she saw something that needed to get done, she just did it, there was really no stopping her. She knew what our patients needed oftentimes better than we did, and was relentless in making sure they got it. She was so caring and conscientious, we are better for having worked with her. She was also kind of our “mother hen,” keeping an eye out for anyone who might need a little morale boost or helping hand. She will be greatly missed by us all.

    In thinking about Barb and her impact on us, I was reminded of something George Eliot once wrote: “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?” I don’t know how guardian angels come into being, but Barb would make a good one.

  2. I am so sorry. I frequently spoke to Barbara on the phone. I will miss her so much. She was such a giving and loving lady.

    Donna Hill

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