Thomas David Barron Jr.

July 22, 1960June 9, 2020

Thomas "Tom" David Barron, age 59, of Turner, OR passed away on June 9, 2020. Thomas was born July 22, 1960 in Lynwood, CA.

Tom married Bonnie on April 7, 1996. He worked in the HVAC industry for Jet Industries.

He is survived by his wife, Bonnie; children, Adam, David Tishmack; grandchildren, Darrian, Lexi Tishmack; great-grandson, Carson Zeek; and brothers, Randy, Kelly, Shelly Barron.

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Thomas David Barron Jr.

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Nico Jones-Walker

June 12, 2020

I love you Tombo❤️ You were always good to me even if you liked to tease me a lot! I’ll never forget your big smile and your face turning red! I loved going out with you and Bonnie and a couple of my kids! We took a picture but I promised I wouldn’t post it so I still won’t! You will always be in my heart forever and I’ll hold tight to all my memories! One day I’ll be right up there with you and your mom and dad and Nanny and all those we love in heaven! I hope you get to meet my son! I love you! Love always, your favorite cousin (haha 😉), Nico 😘

Kelly Barron

June 12, 2020

I love you brother tom. Missing so much it hurts.

Aunt Norma and Uncle Sy Scianna

June 12, 2020

Tommy, the last time you, and Bon Bon visited us, we played board games, and laughed, and had a lot of fun. You and Uncle Sy didn’t like losing to Bonnie and I. But, you were pretty good sports. We love you, and, we will miss you. Go with God, dear nephew. With lots of love, Aunt Normie and Uncle Sy.

Tamara Lyde

June 12, 2020

I’m so thankful that you and Bonnie made the trip to Nevada for a visit with the family when you did. I’ll hold tight to the memories.
Rest Easy Now, dear cousin. I love you.

Angoleana Brien

June 12, 2020

Uncle Tom was an amazing man, wise, kind, funny, honest and happy. He is very loved, by so many people and though he is no longer here with us physically, he will always be with us in spirit and in our hearts.

To the memories we made,
and the roads he paved.
From the life he lived,
to the laughter gave.
With talks that were shared,
and the advice that was gifted.
To treasures of pennies always collected,
and time that so quickly drifted.
From dinners enjoyed,
to waters we floated.
For memories held near,
to never be parted.
A love overflowing,
and legacy given.
You will always be loved,
and always be with us,
from the stars above,
to the streams below.
In loving memory to my uncle Tommy.

Arlene Stone Sprik

June 12, 2020

Tom was such a sweet kind man. He had a strong outward persona but a heart of gold. Way too many memories of camping and fishing trips. I suppose the memory that stands out first was of his daily stop at the ranch with big stick popsicles for my boys. He was always there for all of us. Love you and missing you already 💔 I know you and Uncle Jack are already hitting heaven’s streams (fishing ).

Ali Tishmack

June 12, 2020

The angels have gained a soft heart and a lot of joy!