“I love him very much and i could not go to sleep with out him
“Phyllis and Family,
Carolyn and I offer our heartfelt prayers. I have so many fond memories of Tommy as we cousins grew up. We had some wonderful dinners and playtimes together at Mammaw and Pappaw Barker's. We always looked forward to seeing you guys at the family reunions. Our prayer for you all is that the Lord Jesus Christ will surround you with His love and fill the void that is now in your hearts and life.
In His Love
“Daddy Tommy you took me bowling for the first time you took me to my first reds game, you were like a second dad to me, i will always cherish the memories of my childhood with you, you were such a special person a father to so many! We all love you Tommy! See you again one day.
“So sorry for your families loss we have been friends for so long it breaks my heart that you and your family are grieving but he is in a better place until you see him again love ya
“I love you so much big brother.I'm already missing your phone calls.
“Daddy, You Knew how much I loved you and what you meant to me.You taught me so much Daddy.My Work Ethic and How to Love .You Always called me Your Tender Hearted Cindy.I will do my best through God's Grace to stay strong and to be a rock to Mommy like you was always to me.Daddy you not been in heaven long and I am all ready wanting to pick up the phone to call you for so much. I leaned a lot on you and always ask your advice with the kids before I offered mine to them.I was so blessed to have...
“Will miss my Uncle Tommy so much, he is gone much too soon. My love to Phyllis and the family.
“You will always be in our hearts.
BARKER Roy Thomas, 69, of Gratis, OH, died Thursday, February 14, 2013. He was born in Montgomery County, KY, on June 6, 1943 to parents Roy and Edna (Woosley) Barker. Mr. Barker is survived by his wife, Phyllis C. (Back) Barker; son, Bryan Barker; daughters, Cindy (Dwight) DePew and Kessie...Read More