Barbara Lois Hedberg

June 15, 1940

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March 2, 2021

Barbara Lois Hedberg

June 15, 1940

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March 2, 2021

Barb Hedberg, 80, of Billings, Montana, formerly of Carpio, North Dakota, passed away at St. Vincent Healthcare on March 2, 2021. Barb was born in Lansford, North Dakota, on June 15, 1940, to Robert and Lois Heath.

On Nov. 18, 1961, Barb married Dennis Hedberg from Carpio, North Dakota. They had two children, Mitch and Michelle. They spent many years on the family farm and eventually moved to Billings in 2003 to be close to their kids and grandkids.

Barb took great pride in being a homemaker. You would often find her  washing clothes, ironing or vacuuming. She also loved spending time with family and friends and going to an occasional garage sale or shopping mall for entertainment. She also worked at Wal-Mart in Minot, North Dakota, and Billings as a cashier for over 15 years.

Barb is survived by son Mitch (Becky) Hedberg; daughter Michelle (Brian) Ross; grandchildren Tanner (fiancée Britt and son Brody) and Travis Nation, Brayden and Sydney Ross; mother-in-law Helen Hedberg; sister-in-law Diane (Kevin) Quisberg; as well as numerous nieces and nephews whom she loved so much.

Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 13, to be streamed at www.michelottisawyers.com.

Memorials in memory of Barb Hedberg may be made to “Resident Council” used in Employee Christmas fund at Westpark Village, 2351 Solomon Ave., Billings, MT 59102.

Mitch and Michelle would like to express their sincere gratitude to Westpark Village Memory Care for the outstanding care they gave Barb.

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16 thoughts on “Barbara Lois Hedberg”

  1. Such great sadness came to my heart when I heard the passing of Barb. Such joy she brought to my life while working with her at the Minot Walmart. I recently was taking about her and her tootsie rolls she always handed out. Barb was a kind sweet soul and I am glad I can call her friend. So sorry for your loss.

    1. Michelle Marie Ross

      Karla,
      Thank you so much! Mom thought of you as a special friend; she often talked about the fun times you ladies had!!❤
      Michelle

  2. JoAnn Savelkoul

    My sympathy to all of Barb’s family and friends. I went to school and lived in Lansford and she always had a smile for everyone. She also enjoyed a good laugh. My husband, Bob, was a buddy and classmate of Myron and John. I chuckled that the obit mentioned her enjoying being a homemaker as her mom, Lois kept an immaculate house with n’ere a thing out of place. Hugs, JoAnn Triplett Savelkoul

  3. Phil & Renee Steinberger

    Sending our sympathy, & love to Mitch, Shelly and all of Barb’s family and friends. May God be with each of you and fill your hearts with his peace and grace.
    Holding your families in prayer during this difficult time.
    Phil & Renee Steinberger

  4. Janet Luttschwager

    Barb was such a beautiful lady with a big heart for all. May she rest in peace with Dennis. We thought she had moved back to ND. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. She must have been an awesome Grandmother, she will be missed.

    1. Michelle Marie Ross

      Janet,
      Mom and Dad really enjoyed spending time with you and Kerm. We find peace in their being together again.❤❤
      Michelle

  5. Several relatives of mine had gathered at the farm to meet my visiting “friend” from Texas. When I called home to tell my folks that Marilyn and I had eloped, I heard Barbara in the background holler , “John got married?!” in her loud cheerful voice. She was always a joy to be around from the time I was a little kid. Cousin Barb coming to visit was the highlight of my day. She had us over for supper one night and I remember our 2 year-old pounding on the little toy piano and what a kick Mitch got out of that. She taught my new wife how to fix rhubarb, which my Texas bride was a stranger to. I talked to her a few times by phone at the assisted living and she was so proud of Mitch and Michelle and their families.

  6. To all who loved Barb
    Its a sad day for everyone who knew Barb to say goodbye! She was a joy to know and a blessing to be a sister in Christ. She will truely be missed, but am so thankful she Knew The Lord and is in heaven with Jesus, what a joyous reunion that must have been on March 2!!! Her family was everything to her, you were all deeply loved. I pray The Lord will comfort you all in the days and months ahead and know she is so happy where she is!!! Love Barbie

  7. Barb’s laugh came directly from the center of her heart. Instantly, you knew she loved and cared for you, and would do anything for you. I know she always cared for me, but I don’t believe she had any idea how much she meant in my life. Barb, in heaven, Thank You so much! Rest In Peace. Say Hello to Denny for me.

  8. Beautiful service for such a wonderful, kind and fun friend. The good memories are many. Deepest condolences to Mitch,Michelle and your families. Love you Barb. 💓

  9. Peggy & Terry Campbell

    Again, so sorry for your loss. She was such a great lady! We were honored to stay at her house on one of our motorcycle trips for a couple days year’s ago (and to see you both too) and were able to see her twice at the living assistant home and to be able to talk with her on the phone. So glad we were able to do that to be able to keep those memories with us. She will be so missed. May God give you all peace and comfort during this time.

  10. I am sorry to hear about your loss of your mother. She was a sweet lady to me I remember the snowmobile parties we had. I know it’s hard to accept that they are gone but they are always in your heart and mind
    She is with my folks and your dad. They are planning the next snowmobile party. Haha

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