Barbara Ellen Eubank passed away peacefully on July 1, 2016, after a lengthy illness. Barbara was born May, 5, 1942 to Ralph and Elizabeth Eubank of Greenup, Illinois. She was little sister to Hugh Eubank and was a tiny spitfire with a cascade of coppery curls. Barbara attended the Greenup schools, growing up a typical 1950s teenager, in love with Elvis Presley. During her junior high school years, she was joined by little Debbie and Laura Eubank, who adored their big sister. After graduation in 1960, Barbara married Tom Haddock and moved to Atwood, Illinois, where she worked at an appliance store before adopting newborn Julie, in 1965. Tonya was born in 1967, and the family moved to Worthington, Minnesota. Barbara was now an All American Homemaker, which she remained for many years, with John arriving in 1971. During these years she was active in the United Methodist Church, Newcomers Club and Card Club. The couple also enjoyed dances at the Eagles Club. During the 1980s Barb ventured outside the home, working parttime for the U.S. Army as a Test Proctor, administering the ASVAB Exam to potential candidates. A job change brought them to Sioux Falls in 1997, where Julie, Tonya and John were already living with their families. Barb became very active at Southern Hills United Methodist Church and enjoyed predicting daily stock market activity. Barbaras last decade was spent with her late life love, Joe Weiss. The two found an instant connection and enjoyed shopping, winetasting and travel. Joe even inspired a new fascination with country life. Barbara is survived by her three children, Julie Sauer (Craig), Tonya Ling (Mike Phinney) and John Haddock (Kathy), all of Sioux Falls seven grandchildren three great grandchildren her mother, Elizabeth Eubank, of Greenup, Illinois sister Laura Allison (Jim), brother Hugh Eubank (Carole) and her late life love, Joe Weiss. Preceding her in death were her father, Ralph Eubank and sister, Debbie Driessen.