Eddie Barker

1927 - 2012

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I went to a Harlem Globetrotter game with my Dad and Grandpa in 1969 or 70 at the DCC. I was 10 or 11. I remember them talking to Eddie Barker courtside. They were both big fans. As I grew older I became a fan of Eddie Barker as well.

Mr. Barker had wonderful radio voice; I will miss him terribly.

A Fan of many years' standing.

So sorry to hear of your loss. We all have hope to see our loved ones again. to find our more
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I grew up in Dallas and remember Eddie Barker well. He was quite a good TV reporter.

Irving Jacob
Northridge, CA

Interesting life story

I will miss him extremely. I will miss being greeted with a smiling face.

The Koppelman's mourn..RIP

What a wonderful friend! Richard, Susan and Adam Block.

My condolences. During this challenging time and always, know that God is for us a refuge and strength. He is a help that is readily found during times of distress (Psalm 46:1).


Eddie's Obituaries

On July 23, a half-day after the last of his beloved family had made it to his bedside, Edmund Asa (Eddie) Barker left this life he so loved. Born Aug 18, 1927, Eddie (a.k.a. Lamb, Dad, Dadaw, Grandpa, Gramps, G'pa) was the adored only child of Edmund Asa Sr. and Nannie Mae Meek. His mother saved...

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