Barker, Ronald Alfred

July 29, 1941 – October 21, 2018
at the age of 77 years

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday November 2, 2018 at 1:00 pm at The Odd Fellows Hall, 3005 Wood Ave., Armstrong BC. 

Ron passed away peacefully with his 4 children by his side. He was born in Vancouver and raised in Websters Corners, the oldest of 6 children.  He was predeceased by his parents Jack and Dorothy Barker. He is survived by his partner Brenda Quesnel, his sons Michael Barker (Amanda) and Jim Barker (Linda), his daughters Colleen Barker-Greer (Tim) and Jayci Barker (Michael), sisters Elsie (John) Genereux, Ilene (Dave) Hoyrup, Thelma (Ron) Materi, Joyce Barker (Jim Boutilier) and his brother Bill (Shirley) Barker along with many loving grandchildren Katie (Doug), Owen, Hallie, Mitchell, Matthew, Ryder, Hope and Mackayla.  Ron was also loved by many nieces, nephews and extended family which included Mitchell, Michael, Michelle.
Ron was a loving father, grandfather and friend to everyone.
He worked extremely hard his entire life and loved his old cars, trucks and his animals. He had such charm, charisma and a great sense of humour. He will be missed by everyone. 
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC, 4 – 1551 Sutherland Avenue, Kelowna BC, V1Y 9M9.
The family would like to thank the Staff at Pleasant Valley Manor for their care.

 

3 Comments

  1. We are very sorry that Ron has passed. We really enjoyed our conversations with Ron talking cars and adventures, and will miss his quick wit and charm. I am certain Ron and his cousin, my father, Len Fielding, are kicking up some dust and getting some mud on the tires in God’s country. Godspeed Ron.

    Our sincere condolences to Ron’s family and friends. We are sorry this sad time is upon you.

  2. I got to know Ron through my Gravel business. In fact he helped me develop the business by selling me my first excavator and screening plant and a great deal of sound advice given freely

    I was sorry when Ron sold his dump truck because it reduced the number of visits I had from him. Ron continued to drop by on occasion just to Shoot the S**t

    I’ll miss him and will remember him.

  3. Very sorry for Ron’s passing. Great guy…….said it like it was. He had so many great stories of his life…encounters with faulty equipment….dealing with police road stops..lol…lousy drivers…..opinions on politics……and so on. He had a great passion for things made in the old days…..auto related logging and music. Will miss him.

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