OBITUARY

Roger Dean Barry

May 1, 1948January 3, 2019

Roger Dean Barry died on Thursday, January 3, 2019 surrounded by his loving family.

Roger is survived by his wife Linda of 52 years, son Dean, daughter Michelle, her husband Frank, grandchildren Karissa, Brittany, and Cody of San Diego, and brother-in-law Randall of Yakima.

He was a very patriotic and proud Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War. He loved camping with his family, hunting, hot rods, and “draggin’ the ave.”

Roger was a member of the local painter’s union 300 for 54 years. After his retirement, he moved back to Yakima from Seattle and became a member of the American Reflection Car Club where he met many wonderful friends.

Going to the car shows and spending time with his friends and family were the best days of his life.

He will be missed!

A viewing will be held on Sunday, January 6, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Langevin El Paraiso Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held on Monday, January 7th at 10:00 am at Langevin El Paraiso Funeral Home with a burial to follow at Terrace Heights Memorial Park with Full Military Honors.

To share a memory of Roger please visit www.lepfuneralhome.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Roger is survived by his wife Linda of 52 years, son Dean, daughter Michelle, her husband Frank, grandchildren Karissa, Brittany, and Cody of San Diego, and brother-in-law Randall of Yakima.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Frank Rearden
  • Randall McNeill
  • Terry Quiroz
  • Bill Trefry
  • Guy Belair
  • Bob Brogdon

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, January 6, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 7, 2019
  • Concluding Services Monday, January 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Roger Dean Barry

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Frank Rearden

January 6, 2019

Thanks my friend for a lifetime of memories. Thanks for being an amazing grandpa to Karissa, Brittany, and Cody. I will never forget our Friday nights watching you dance with the kids or the look on their faces when grandpa got home from work. The years of hunting and camping. Thank you for your service and sacrifice for this great nation, YOU ARE MY HERO and a huge reason why I still serve. I will miss the phone call during the next Army / Navy game. Thanks for the “old bull - young bull “ guidance. I have learned so so much from you. I was thankful to have you as my father in law, but most of all blessed to call you my friend.

Thanks for being a boss, a teacher, a mentor, and a confidant, and most of all a friend. You touched my life in so many ways and I’ll carry your spirit until we meet again. So I’ll leave you with this memory.....

We’ve seen the world through your eyes, now God is, I hope he’s buckled in and I know he will enjoy the ride!!! LOVE YOU OLD BULL!!!
V/R
Young Bull

JoAnn Scribner

January 6, 2019

Roger, Roger, Roger. Boy are you going to be missed!!!

You were such a gentle, caring, giving, compassionate, loving friend! You were always ready for camping and hunting trips. You would tell your stories and jokes for hours. You would do anything for anyone EXCEPT pull their feet or elk up the hill. (Haha!) Everyone called you ‘One Shot’ One shot and your deer or elk was on the ground! And you were there many times with your Jeep to pull our Jeep off a stump or out of any situation.

We love you Roger. We have been so blessed to have known you and Linda.

Love,
Bobby and Joann Scribner

Brenda Quiroz

January 5, 2019

Roger was always kind to everyone. He had a special place in his heart for animals, especially birds. He was best friends from childhood with Terry Quiroz (My husband), and even tho they had not seen each other in years
When Roger and Linda moved back to the Valley, it seems thier friendship started right back where they left it as teenagers. Terry could never have had a better friend in life then Roger. Roger was more like a brother than a friend. He will be missed more then words can say. I know for Terry. life won't be the same without Roger. We both love Roger and Linda so much.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY