Information for Virginia Barbour Dibben
22 August, 1933 – 17 June, 1990
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Mrs. Virginia Dibben passed away Sunday, June 17, 1990, at
Nampa. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 21, at
the Alsip Funeral Chapel with Pastor Russ Adkins of Owyhee
Community Church of Nyssa, Ore., officiating.
Concluding services and interment will follow in the
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell.
Virginia was born Aug. 22, 1933, at Worcester, Mass., the
youngest of 17 children to William C. and Isabel (Hoffrnan)
Barbour. She grew up and continued to five in Massachusetts
until she met and then married Jess W. Dibben on May 6, 1950,
in Putnam, Conn. To this marriage a son and-two daughters were
born. She was a good wife and wonderful mother, a homemaker
that made a house a home. Virginia and Jess lived in several
states and had lived back in Idaho since 1970, and always
considered this their home. Jess passed away March 30, 1989,
and now they will be together again in heaven.
Virginia was always proud of her family and loved to tell
stories about her mother, father, brothers and sisters.
We'd never tire of hearing of them. She had a nature of
liking to talk and visit, and made friends easily. She filled
our lives with love and laughter, she knew how to laugh and
make us laugh. We all love you, Mom.
Virginia is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Dale
and Bernie of Delamar; her two daughters and sons-in-law,
Virginia and Pete Stephen of Nyssa, Ore., and Nancy and Dave
Halcom of Nampa; six grandchildren, Brian, Katy, Scott, Abe,
Jackie and Jason.
She also leaves her four brothers and their wives, Walter
and Mary Barbour, Worcester, Mass., Robert Barbour, Worcester,
Wesley and Phyllis Barbour, Fort Wayne, Ind., Donald and Kim
Barbour, Danielson, Conn.; her sister and husband, Dorothy and
Roland Brunnett, Bryant Pond, Maine; many nieces and nephews;
and a special niece/sister Arlene Talbot, N. Grosvenar Dale,
She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents,
eight brothers, three sisters and a grandson.
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