I'm so sad to hear of Red's passing. I have so many precious and irreplaceable memories and experiences from my childhood vacations at Hemlock Lake. Most of which include Red and your family. My prayers are with you.
I was sorry to hear of Red's passing. I always enjoyed talking to him and will never forget when he was our chauffeur in the motorhome. We laughed so hard my sides hurt the whole weekend. My sympathies to Gerri, Margene and Kim and family.
Your friend, Rick Barenbrugge
Red will be missed in so many ways. He was a regular member of a Friday morning bible study for years. Red, you were great and we loved you so much. Eulan Tucker
I had the pleasure of working along side Red as an appraiser. He was a wonderful man in every sense of the word. He made life better for every person he met. What a legacy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
To the loving and lovely Barron family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. There are a few people that we meet in this life that within a short period we see a kind, loving, funny and generous individual. Red was one of these special people. I am sure there is a special place for him with our Father in heaven.
Ken & McKenna Kampschaefer (LaGrange, KY)
I'm sorry to hear about Red's passing. The entire Barron family is in my thoughts.
The Barron Family;
He was one our local lending founding fathers! He taught many of us ! The NW Mortgage Bankers Association will continue to honor his memory with our golf outing, and be forever grateful for him being one of the pioneers whom started our organization. He helped many people and there families to achieve the American Dream of homeownership., along with his many other talents ..
May your family be comforted with the Lords strength and blessing.
Nita Haas, NW MBA President and ALL of the NW MBA family and the area real estate communities for which he served us as family!
We will remember you always Red Barron & miss you ! God bless you !!
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Geri, Cheryl, Kim & Margene.
So sorry to hear of Red passing. He was a devoted family man and was always very active in church. He will surely be missed. Take care and God Bless all of you.
Dear Aunt Geri and family, I want you to know how much I loved Uncle Red, especially during the time we all lost Aunt Marilyn. He was so supportive and he truly cared how I felt after her death, by stopping by and phone calls. It was always fun sharing time with you Aunt Geri and Uncle Red at the Christmas parties with the fireman, always a good time! The fondest memories I have, are the family reunions, the fun, music, games and just being with the family. Our deepest sympathies to all, we know he is in Heaven with our savior!
I salute your veteran. My condolences for your loss and gratitude for your loved one's service to our country. I will always remember Mr Barron as my favorite Sunday School teacher at St Peters UCC. His and Mrs Barron's friendship with my aunt and uncle- (Rev and Mrs M. Flatter). His service to our church and his wonderful sermons. And of course,babysitting Kimberly and Margene. With deepest sympathy for your loss.
Condolences to all who loved this fine man. We miss you, Red.
Prayers to the Barron family. Al (Red) was such a character. Loved running into him and Geri at various events. He will be truly missed but what an Angel he will be looking over his beloved family.
Sorry to hear about your loss - to one of the best bowling partners we could ever have - Charlie will have a shot and a beer in Red's honor.
Charlie and Mj
What a great guy! Lots of good memories. So sorry for your loss. I will be thinking of your family.
Linda Wamer (Diekman)
What a special man Red Barron was! We will miss his wonderful faith and his marvelous sense of humor. God bless you all as you deal with his passing.
Dave & Ronnie Fish
Keeping the family in prayer. My condolences to you.
We will miss our dear "Uncle" Red! So many precious memories - Wampler's Lake, Firemen's picnics, golf outings, Portage Lake. Nobody could play the guitar like he could! He was someone we always looked up to. Rest in peace, Uncle Red!
Love, Tom & Leigh Russow