Barbara was born June 8, 1937, to William and Anna Goddard. She attended school district 11 schools and graduated from Colorado Springs High School in 1955.

   She married her high school sweetheart June 18, 1955 and they began their lives together. She was a homemaker in her younger years raising three children, being very involved in their education, and providing a wonderful home environment for her family and many puppies over the years while working a variety of side jobs to contribute to the family. As the kids got older, she started a career with Colorado National Bank where she worked until she retired.

   She remained centered on her family for all her years. She celebrated every win and provided encouragement through every life event of her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

   She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Campbell, and grandchildren, Nathan and Amy Bartel. She is survived by her children, Kim Bartel (Larry Bartel), Deb Schutte (Mark Schutte), and Scott Campbell (Christine); her grandchildren, Spencer Schutte (fiancée Rachael Rubio), and Parker Schutte, Cody (Jessica) Campbell, Cierra (Sam) Low and great grandchildren, Cheyenne and Carson Schutte and Keaton Campbell.

   A family only memorial will be held. Donations may be made to National Mill Dog Rescue, 5335 JD Johnson Rd, Peyton, CO 80831 on Barbara’s behalf. 

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  1. Barbara was a beautiful friend for 21 years. We enjoyed each other and had so many things in common. We both loved flowers, quilting, and just making this world a more beautiful place. I will miss her so much. We both went through good times and bad times, and we were both always there for each other. She loved her family so much. Our lives are richer because of this lovely lady. I am so sorry that my wonderful friend and neighbor is gone. My deepest sympathies to her caring and great family for all they did for her to make her comfortable in her final days. She will never be forgotten.

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