Steven Daryl Barker
March 1, 1950 – December 15, 2012
Steven Daryl Barker March 1, 1950 – December 15, 2012 Steve, left this world to rejoice in a pain free afterlife on December 15th, 2012, in Yucaipa, CA. He was born and raised a native to the Redlands area. He enjoyed spending times with friends and family, fishing, and watching his favorite football (USC) and baseball (Angels) teams play. Steve had a larger than life personality that included: always greeting someone with a warm hello and a smile, as well as a hearty boisterous laugh that resonated with his love for life. He is survived by: his parents Jack and Allamay Barker, his sister Stacia Brady, his children Jason Barker, Matthew Barker and Mollie Hibbard and his grandchildren Luca Hibbard and Alexis Barker. He worked as a dental technician in Southern California. He will be missed and remembered for his kindness and good nature. A short memorial service was held at 10:30am, on Thursday , January 3rd , 2013, at Weaver Hughes Mortuary, Yucaipa, California. Arrangements were entrusted to Weaver Hughes Mortuary, Yucaipa, California
- Memorial Service Thursday, January 3, 2013
Steven Daryl Barker
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January 13, 2013
I met Steven through my daughter, Cheryl Meek at Jasmine terr. where they both stayed a short time. They were both looking for a better place to live.cheryl eventually ended up at Braswells in yucaipa and was so elated to know Steven was there , also as she missed talking to him at jasmine. She was very sick and he came over to her room to see her, even tho it was quite an effort for him. my husband and i would stop in to talk to him and he was always cheerful and friendly. Cheryl passed away June 19th and he was so sincere in his condolence to her, . We stopped to see him for some time, afterwards,, but it was hard to go there. Im sorry we didnt get in touch with him more ften. He was truly a friend for Cheryl as he kept her spirits up.
We never asked him why he was there.and am sorry to have missed his service. He was a good man.
Carl and Marilyne Meek