Barbara Anne Rollinger

Barbara Anne Rollinger

March 07, 1952 - January 01, 2016

Barbara Anne Rollinger

March 07, 1952 - January 01, 2016


NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA – Barbara Anne Rollinger, 63, of Newport Beach California and formerly of Schenevus, NY, passed away after a brief illness on Friday, January 1, 2016 at Kaiser Sand Canyon in Irvine, California with family at her side.

Barbara was born on March 7,1952, in Schenevus, NY, the first daughter of Anthony and Florence Dulkis. She graduated from Draper Central School in 1970, married Bruce Scofield in 1971, had two children; Michelle and Mark; and relocated to Southern California in 1976.

In 1982 she married M. Victor Rollinger, had another daughter Laura Anne and has resided in Newport Beach California. She worked for Hughes Aircraft for many years as well as in recent years as a teaching assistant at St Joachim Church Daycare in Costa Mesa.

She had such a great love for her family, her children, and her Yorkie Abigail Grace. Her love was always evident by gathering family together for holidays and as often as she could. She loved “the Farm” as well as Disneyland. She is survived by her Mother, Florence Dulkis, her husband Victor Rollinger, and 3 children; Michelle (Ed) Munoz with 3 children Luke (Heather) LaBare, Noah LaBare and Isabella Munoz, Son, Mark (Jennah) Scofield with 2 children Riley and Sawyer, Laura Anne Rollinger and step children Victor and Jeanette. Barbara has five siblings Dianne (Ed) Knapp of Oneonta and their 3 children and 6 grandchildren, Sue Dulkis and son Jeremy, Dave (Katty) Dulkis with 2 children, Jim (Martha) Dulkis and son and Tony (Julie) Dulkis with two daughters and many other relatives and friends in New York and California.

Her father, Anthony Dulkis predeceased her in 2009.

A Memorial Service is scheduled in New York at 3pm on Sunday January 17th, 2016.
Calvary Chapel of the Hills, 141 Legion Drive, Cobleskill NY with reception.

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  4. Sue Dulkis says:

    I do not remember what my older sister talked me into with these outfits; but it sure does make me smile…

  5. joni says:

    Florence my heart goes out to you and your whole family. Watching your baby girl transcend into her next life has to be so heartbreaking. I have such fond memories to my summer times with you and your family on the farm. Bobbie was my first experience at baby sitting – she was a challenge because I had so few skills – but oh how beautiful she was. I especially enjoyed having breakfast with her after Erik and Amanda’s wedding at the hotel. It was so nice getting to know her all over again. May God bring peace to your heart. God Bless Noel and Joni

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