ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Barbara Ramondino, 64, born on November 16, 1939 and passed away on June 27, 2004. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Terri Minneapolis on December 23, 2020
I just thought I'd look Barbara up to see if she was on Facebook, but found her memorial page here instead. So unfortunately I won't be able to send her a message about what a great help she was to me.

It is really nice to see the photos.

I too saw her at the church in S. Mpls when she rented a space and did counseling.

I was just thinking the other day how she was the only person who could work with me, her back bone, intuitive information she would get, the ability to stabilize someone.

I was thinking she must have had a spiritual contract to come in and do counseling with me because given the life my soul had set for me I'd need a very strong healing person at some point to square me away for the rest of my mission. (Which has included the ability to operate in the spiritual dimensions to take down some of the very most diabolical agendas there are.)

I can feel her here right now, she is saying hi to her family, she's already here visiting and will be with you through the holidays. In fact she is with you all quite a bit.

Thanks for this page. Your mom touched and helped many. 
Posted by Brad Moore on November 16, 2015
She was like a Big Sister to me. I miss her everyday.
Posted by Amy R on June 27, 2015
i loved her. She embodied grace and kindness with an open heart.
Posted by Stephen Mckinstry on October 27, 2014
Sorry
Posted by janie cox on November 19, 2013
""""By being here you have communicated that you care.
This gesture is of immeasurable value, and speaks significantly
about the impact of the life we commemorate.""""
""♥†Sorry4ur loss...""
Posted by Jennifer Johnson on May 9, 2011
The sweetest and dearest friend I've ever had. She had the kindest nature, and goodness belonged to her. I've never lost the sadness I feel from missing her. She was my dearest friend for almost 40 years. Live in God's love, sweet lady.
Posted by Jan Carlsen on April 26, 2011
I really loved her, she was always there for me,like having a second Mom...Love, Jan
Posted by Theresa Chaque on April 25, 2011
My Guardian Angel watches over me and my family. She makes flowers bloom to send me messages. She speaks to me in dreams. I will always love her forever.

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Posted by Terri Minneapolis on December 23, 2020
I just thought I'd look Barbara up to see if she was on Facebook, but found her memorial page here instead. So unfortunately I won't be able to send her a message about what a great help she was to me.

It is really nice to see the photos.

I too saw her at the church in S. Mpls when she rented a space and did counseling.

I was just thinking the other day how she was the only person who could work with me, her back bone, intuitive information she would get, the ability to stabilize someone.

I was thinking she must have had a spiritual contract to come in and do counseling with me because given the life my soul had set for me I'd need a very strong healing person at some point to square me away for the rest of my mission. (Which has included the ability to operate in the spiritual dimensions to take down some of the very most diabolical agendas there are.)

I can feel her here right now, she is saying hi to her family, she's already here visiting and will be with you through the holidays. In fact she is with you all quite a bit.

Thanks for this page. Your mom touched and helped many. 
Posted by Brad Moore on November 16, 2015
She was like a Big Sister to me. I miss her everyday.
Posted by Amy R on June 27, 2015
i loved her. She embodied grace and kindness with an open heart.
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Counselor and Friend

Shared by Amy R on July 16, 2013

I met Barbara in a Fullerton bookstore.  She was my therapist and and friend for nearly three years.  She taught me so much about love.  I'll miss her wonderful smile and beautiful spirit, and especially her unfailing kindness.  I also remember how she glowed when talking about Theresa and 'Baby do it' Kasen.  

I'm so fortunate to have had her in my life.  Thanks to Theresa for creating this memorial.  

Amy 

Laguna Beach Jan. 1st 2002

Shared by Theresa Chaque on June 27, 2013

Dave & Marissa came to visit for Christmas and stayed for New Years. We went to Laguna Beach on New Years day. It was cold and I forgot a jacket, and had to wear a very small one in the car. Just a few days ago I found sea shells in that jacket when I took it out to sell at a garage sale...

A person that helped me more then any

Shared by Renda Scheiber on September 9, 2012

MISS Barbara was a counsler at a small church in south Mpls - I got to have her as my counsler for a few months and she helped me more then anyone every has - then she told me she needed to move to California I cried so hard and have never forgot her I think Barbara very often.



love and hugs to her loved ones she was a gift