David Clayton & Sons

200 W Center ST, Duncanville, TX


Anthony "Tony" David Barrick

November 27, 1953May 19, 2019

Anthony “Tony” David Barrick

Tony Barrick was born on November 27th 1953 and passed away with his wife and loved ones at his bedside suddenly on May 19th 2019. Tony was survived by his wife Barbara Barrick, daughter Sarah Barrick, step daughter and son in law Heather and Jose Aguayo, step son and daughter in law Noah and Haven Barrick, step son Zachary Contreras, granddaughter Amelia Aguayo, new grandbaby on the way, twin brother Tim Barrick, sister in law Patty Barrick, brother and sister in law Gene and Judy Shelton, sister and brother in law Juanita and Randell Dickerson, sister and brother in law Melissa and Ron Pryzbylski, nephews Kyle Elkins, Brandon Gray, Josh Givens, Caleb Dickerson, Eddie Pryzbylski, Daniel Pryzbylski, nieces Ginafer Gray, Sarah Elkins, Stephanie King, Raenee Dickerson, Jenny Gentry, great nieces Jaycie Elkins, Marie Dickerson, Lilah Peterson, Olivia Gray and great nephews Kinsler “Gunner” Elkins, Blake Shelton-Gray. Tony was a beloved husband, father, friend, Papa and Poppy to all who loved him dearly. It brings me some peace and comfort within my soul he is fishing with family and friends on a beautiful crystal lake in Heaven. We will meet again and will dance again in the moonlight in the backend of a heavenly truck (Baby, I know your missing your truck). Until then meet me at Heaven’s gate to welcome me when the time our Lord and Savior calls me home. I love and miss you! I will hold you in my heart forever. Your loving wife, Barbara


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, June 15, 2019


Anthony "Tony" David Barrick

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Alice Richardson

June 5, 2019

Tony and I worked together at Circle Ten BSA for several years. He was always helping me when I needed it. Always had a good word to say. I am sorry for your lose. He will be missed.

Pat Scales

June 4, 2019

Tony was such a GREAT friend, and mentor during my Circle Ten BSA days. We shared many wonderful memories. His helpful, friendly way will surely be missed by all who knew him!

Charles Wickersham

June 4, 2019

Tony was always there at Wisdom, embodied the Scouting spirit in everything he did.
Via con Dios, mi amigo

Scott Remy

June 3, 2019

Tony and I have been involved in Scouting for about 40 years. Helping each other with the first NRA training course and as staff in the following courses. While at Camp Wisdom we would talk about the good times we had. Tony will be missed.

Jon Williamson, DDS, MAGD, FICD, FACD

June 2, 2019

Tony and I have been friends, scouters, and best "Buds" for over 25 years. We have shared Texas Ranger baseball games, Baylor University football games, Baylor Ladybears basketball games, Dallas Star hockey games, Dallas Maverick basketball games, numerous campouts and Boy Scout outings and recently pool parties. You will be missed my friend.

Regina Alexander

May 28, 2019

Their are so many memories I have with Tony.
I always Camp Mastered for him when he needed a little me time or Barb time.
He even made my kids a part of it as Jr Camp Masters. Our kids hung out and played together.
Tony you are my hero(you know why)and my angel. Thank you for being my friend, a mentor, a big brother, a teacher and so much more. I love you to the stars.
Barb I don't live close anymore, but if you need something or someone to talk to I'm here.
Kids(you're really not kids anymore)the same goes for y'all.
God bless and love to y'all

Tammy Schriver

May 24, 2019

The time Tony showed me things about Camp Wisdom and shared the history of this wonderful camp. Help me learn the ropes as a Camp Master. Tony you will be missed.