Barbara Ann Pell (Forbush)\n12-27-1962 - 11-7-2023\n\nBarbara was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on December 27th, 1962 to Mack Neil Forbush and Connie Q. Forbush. She passed away on November 7th, 2023 in Price, Utah after struggling with health complications. \n\nShe is remembered for her strong will and determination. Barbara was an avid reader and angler. Her passion for fishing and hunting has been shared with family and she is remembered for her love and respect for nature. One of her favorite fishing spots was Currant Creek Reservoir.\n\nNo matter the circumstances, Barbara maintained her sense of humor. She is remembered for her many jokes and witty comments. Her favorite parting line was, “Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do; that leaves out skydiving. I don’t see any reason for jumping out of a perfectly good airplane.” \n\nBarbara is preceded in death by her parents, Mack and Connie Forbush, as well as her sisters, Ruth and Pauline. She is survived by her brother, Rodney Forbush, her children, Chris Forbush, Holly Pell Tabaracci, Nicholas Pell, and Mathew Peters, as well as many other extended family members. The family wishes to extend a heart-felt thank you to the staff of NES of Price, Utah for caring for Barbara these many years. \n\nIn lieu of flowers, please take time to go outdoors and enjoy the sunshine. Take care of one another and reach out a hand to those who are struggling. Barbara will be missed by many friends and family, but we rest assured that she is no longer suffering. She has earned her wings in the eternities. \n\nArrangements are in the trusted care of Fausett Mortuaries where friends are always welcome and may share memories at www.fausettmortuary.com.