Bruce Barklow

Walnut Creek, California

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"Afternoon", as you would say to me, Gramps. It would be super early in the morning and you would say that. I would giggle and say its morning Gramps. And you again would say "afternoon". You were always so silly.You always would have a smile, and an honest good wholesome laugh. Im going to miss those things. The world has lost two of the most wonderful people I love. May everyone know how truely blessed they were to have known both you and Grandma. I will forever keep you...

We all miss you, Dad, but find peace in knowing that you are once again with Mom. I'm sure the two of you are dancing across Heaven together! Thank you for being the best father a girl could ever ask for! I love you...

Bruce and Martha were a tremendous blessing to the St. Agnes parish community over many years. Their example of faithful service continues to inspire.

God Bless them and their family.

Thank you Mr. Barklow for your military service.


Bruce's Obituary

Bruce BarklowNov 14,1927 - Mar 3,2013Resident of LincolnBruce Barklow of Lincoln CA passed away peacefully on March 3, 2013. Bruce was born on November 14, 1927 in LaVerne CA to Ovid and Olive (Deardorf) Barklow. Bruce served in the Army Air Corp. He was stationed at Lackland Air Base in Texas...

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