Rachael Pricilla Barnard

December 17, 1938April 1, 2013

Rachael Pricilla Barnard was born on December 17, 1938 in Merced, California and passed away on April 1, 2013 in Bullhead City, Arizona.


  • Visitation Wednesday, April 3, 2013
  • Rosary Thursday, April 4, 2013
  • Mass Thursday, April 4, 2013

Rachael Pricilla Barnard

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Jeannette Aguilar-Dowden

April 24, 2013

Mom ! I just miss you do much. I will remember the last words you told me, that was I Love You. I will never for get that. Your now in Gods hands . Sweet dreams Mom
Mom I love you too


Kristina Shroyer

April 17, 2013

In loving memory of Rachael. Thank you for taking the time to care, teach me how to cook and just to talk. You were like a mother to me.

Keelan crampsey

April 11, 2013

Oh Grandma, I'm still not quite sure what to say. There are a million things I could thank you for, but I think it's easier to say that I love you and I will never get over you no longer being around. My life has been shaped by you. You taught me the value of experiencing life, to never be afraid of the unknown and to move through life with a smile. Also, you taught me patience. I'm a better person because of you, and sadly the world is a little less beautiful now that you are no longer in it. I've missed you every minute that has passed without in this world, and I will miss you every minute until it is my time. I love you so much, and know that whenever I hit the freeway you will always be on my mind. I love you.

Lynn Harmon

April 10, 2013

To family of Mrs. Rachael Barnard. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss of Mrs. Barnard. Sometimes words aren't enough to get through death of a loved one. That's why it's a must to draw comfort from each other as family and friends.- Colossians 3:14-Says that Love is a perfect bond of union. May that bond comfort you all and bring peace and happines to the family. When you think of your mom may it bring a smile to your hearts.

Winkie Sanderson

April 4, 2013

Mom, I will always remember how you made life fun, how you would move all the furniture so you could teach us the latest dances. I will remember that you walked me to school everyday rain or shine after I got bit by a dog holding my hand and not letting go, your belly dancing, your silliness, your laughter, your smell, how you could eat like a line-backer and still have room for ice cream, how you feed fish cinnamon rolls cause you said everyone needs a snack, your hair and how you said you looked like a wild women, how your kitchen smelled like heaven, how you sat for hours painting or drawing, the wonderful times we spent traveling on vacation, how I took you to Oatman, Az and you feed the burros Skittles because you didn't have any carrots. I will remember our shopping trips and laughter was always part of it. I will remember our Family Reunions to Disneyland and how excited you were because all your grandchildren and great-grandchildren would be there. I will remember our long talks about everything. Most of all I will remember you, my heart will never be the same. I love you, Mom. Winkie