Barbara Jean Fieberg

Barbara Jean Fieberg

December 15, 1929 - October 02, 2010

Barbara Jean Fieberg

December 15, 1929 - October 02, 2010


Barbara Jean Fieberg, 80, passed October 2, 2010, with her loving family at her bedside in Mission Viejo, CA, after a long battle with Leukemia.

A viewing will be held Friday evening, October 8, 2010 from 7 to 9 pm to be followed by a memorial service on Saturday October 9, 2010 at 1 pm.

Barbara was born December 15, 1929 in Zion, Illinois to Harry and Eleanor Davis Cunliffe-Owen and was a sister to four brothers and eight sisters.

She attended Zion Benton High School in Zion, Illinois. After high school she worked for the Chicago Northwestern Railroad as a payroll agent until a move to California in 1951. It was on the way to California, that she was married to Russell Fieberg at the Little Church of the West in Las Vegas, Nevada. They settled in Garden Grove, CA and had 2 children.

Barbara was a wonderful wife, mother, and friend. She was an accomplished painter, sculptor, and artist. She was active in local charities and was a volunteer at the San Juan Capistrano Mission. Barbara enjoyed life and was the always the life of the party, never wanting to miss a thing. She truly embraced living and had a wonderful time along the way, surrounded by her very special and dear friends and family. She touched many and will by deeply missed.

She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Russell, her son, Don, daughter, Carol, and four grandchildren, Eric, Lauren, Claire, and Chelsea

She is also survived by her brothers Phillip and James Davis and sisters Marcie Toomey, Carol Weber, Ellen Schmidt, June Yarbrough, Edith Ruth, and Mary Weil.

A reception following the services will be held at Don and Lisa Fieberg’s home at 24202 Bellerive Circle, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 949 249-2926

Arrangements are with O’Connor Mortuary Laguna Hills, CA.

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11 responses to Barbara Jean Fieberg

  1. You will be missed Barb, you were the sunshine to all those you loved and met along lifes journey and now you will brighten the heavens above. May the promises of our Lord bring comfort to your family until we meet again in paradise! Love and Peace, Suz

  2. Bonnie Wood says:

    All of us in the group known as the “Sweat Sisters” will deeply miss Barbara. She has always been so fun to be around and an inspiration to many with the way she lived her life to the fullest even while battling leukemia. She will be missed!

  3. Russ, Don, Carol and families,

    My love and prayers are with you all. Your happy memories will keep her with you forever.

    Barb and I were pals all through high school and continued after our marriages. Tom and I were witnesses at their wedding in Las Vegas. The four of us spent many weekends together camping, hiking and skating in the mountains, beaches and just having fun.
    After our children were born they all enjoyed the Christmas Eve get- togethers and especially the pool parties at Uncle Russ’ and Aunt Barb’s.
    Barb was a caring, talented, beautiful person, and I was privileged to be her sister-in-law for many years.
    We will all miss her and her beautiful smile and great sense of humor. I’m sure she is welcomed in heaven.

    God Bless you all.

    Love, Doris

  4. Our prayers are with all of you.

  5. So very sorry to learn of my friend Barbara’s passing. Condolences to the family.

    Jerry Rawlings

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