Barby Jean (Ebel) Rockwell 69 of Amarillo, TX passed away on Friday, July 15th, 2022, at her residence.
A Celebration of Life will be planned at a later date.
Mrs. (Ebel) Rockwell was born on May 11, 1953, in Sioux City, IA. The daughter of Gerry Ebel and Bertha (Vershoor) Ebel. She married John Rockwell on May 27, 1987, in Sioux City. They had no children but many nieces and nephews. Barby worked at IBP in Dakota City, Ne, and Amarillo, TX for many years.
Barby and her mother Bert were very close as well as her niece Jennifer Solomon and Jens’s son Chandler Pithan, almost inseparable, her smile will be missed by all.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Gerry Ebel, and sister Susan (Ebel) Johnson.
6 Replies to “Barby Jean (Ebel) Rockwell”
So sorry to hear this shocking news! Barby was such a vibrant loving person….she touched so many lives in a positive way! Hadn’t seen her in awhile but can see her smile and hear that amazing laugh of hers as if it was yesterday. . My condolences to John and entire family and pray that you’ll find comfort and peace in time.
Barby was a precious soul! Everyone loved her and so did I. We will meet again sweet Barby!
I miss you so much already Barb. Our phone calls I will miss forever. I met you when we both worked at Zenith in Sioux City back in 1973 so we’ve been friends a long time. I gave you many rides home from work in my Nova you loved. Fly High with the Angels and watch over me. I am going through some scares right now, heart and possible cancer again I found out 7/29/2022. Love you forever. Joyce.
Today I learned of your passing. So very sorry.
Barby is bound upon the gossamer wings of moonbeam and sunlight. And even though we’re but a breath away from the face of God, you can hear her whisper through the veil, “This is not goodbye, it’s merely a pause until we meet again.”
Dennis and I are so very sorry and shocked to hear of Barby’s passing! She was one of the sweetest ladies We have ever met!
John, we offer our condolences to you and pray for healing and strength in the days to come.
Dennis and Belinda Skelton
Wow this is a shock to me. Barby was one of the nicest and compassionate person I’ve ever known. I’m saddened and may God please bless husband John through these difficult times!
Ronnie G. Walker