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In Memory of Barb Becker

Funeral Services

11:00am on Friday, October 30th at St. John in the Wilderness Church, 2175 1st Street in White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Barbara Diane Becker, “Bops”- River Falls, WI (1946-2015)

On October 23rd Barb became our guardian angel when she reunited with her adoring parents, Herb and Ethel Stores. It was a surprise that she left us on her 69th birthday, but it’s comforting to know that she has reunited with old friends and family and is now watching over the people she holds dear.

Barb was from Minneapolis, MN and the oldest of four children. She is survived by her adoring husband Harvey, to whom she was married for 49 years; her sons Patrick (Karen) and Jonathan (Lisa); two grandchildren Brent and Trevor; three brothers Kenneth (Elaine), Daniel (Maureen), and Greg Stores. She also leaves behind an abundance of beloved extended family and lifelong friends.

Barb thoroughly enjoyed her 36 year career with the United States Secret Service and cherished all her colleagues and friends from around the country and Canada. Barb loved welcoming people into her home and was an extraordinary entertainer. She was adventurous and loved to travel. She enjoyed music and going to concerts. She was an avid reader and an incredible cook. She loved her family deeply and was selflessly devoted to them.

We miss you Barb, and we thank you for your life, love and lessons. We will always remember your laughter, kindness, compassion and spunk. You were a generous spirit and we will treasure the many memories you have left for us. We will continue to live our lives as you inspired us to do. We love you Bops!

To celebrate Barb’s life please join us on Friday, October 30th at 11am at St. John in the Wilderness Church, 2175 1st Street in White Bear Lake, MN 55110. In lieu of flowers, please send Memorials to the Foundation of the Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service, 6919 Vista Drive, West Des Moines, IA 50266, or to the foundation of your choice.

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    • Barb was a very special person to us. We will always remember her thoughtfulness and good nature, her smile and laugh, her generous spirit. Barb will continue to live on in the happy memories we have of her. Harvey, our thoughts and prayers continue to be with you, Patrick, Jon and their families.

      With our deepest sympathies,
      Jodie and Jim

    • Barbara, it was a pleasure to know and work with you over the years. I know you will be missed and my condolences to your family.

      Suzanne Harp
      Atlanta

    • So sorry to learn of Barbara’s passing. She will be remembered for her unselfish dedication to her family, work, and friends. May your memories sustain you at this difficult time. Sincere condolences from a former colleague and friend at USSS Paris.

    • Barbara!
      I enjoyed the time we had together while doing you hair so much!
      It was a joy getting to know you! The last time I saw you I remember
      how beautiful you looked that day and I made sure to tell you! I enjoyed the excitement we shared for the concert you were going to attend with a friend that weekend! I hope you had a blast!
      I will miss you!
      Your friend,
      Tracy
      My condolences to the family!

    • Barb you will definitely be missed. I’ll always remember your trip to Albuquerque during Balloon Fiesta. You will always be remembered.

    • I had the honor and pleasure to know and work with Barb. A very special person. My sincere sympathy to the Becker family.

      Marybeth Cordon – Syracuse, NY

    • Barbara it was a honor knowing you. I thank you for all your advice and mentoring. You will be missed!

    • Barb – you were an inspiration in life; a great mother to Jon and Pat, the Apple of Harvey’s eyes and the grandmother that loved your grandsons unconditionally.

      Your light has been extinguished way too soon. We will all miss you and will never forget the happiness you brought to family and friends.

      Rest in peace eternal,
      Stephen