Obituaries

Burdette L. Barnard

September 5, 1928 - February 25, 2013

Age 84, of N. Main St., Castile, died at home on February 25, 2013.

He was born September 5, 1928 in Rochester, son of the late Charles and Elmira Neff Barnard. He was a veteran of the US Army having served in the Korean War. He was employed for many years at Morton Salt Company in Silver Springs. He retired in 1994. Burdette was a member and past commander of the Wallace-Jeffers Post American Legion in Castile and was a member of the Castile Fire Department. He had been a member of the Silver & Gold Club in Castile, the Castile Historical Society, the Perry Veterans Club and the Loyal Order of the Moose #560 in Warsaw. Burdette was also an avid fisherman.

Surviving are his wife, Arlene Booth Barnard whom he married on July 12, 1951; his children, Charles (Patti) Barnard of Algonquin, IL, Diane (Dusty) Deiter of Silver Springs, Eric (Jill) Barnard of Lakeville; 8 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews.

Friends may call Friday 2 – 4 & 7 – 9 and Saturday 12 – 2 PM at Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, 35 N. Main St., Castile where his funeral service will be held Saturday at 2 PM. An American Legion service will be held Saturday at 1:45 PM at the funeral home. Burial will be in Grace Cemetery, Castile at a later date. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Important Dates

March 1, 2013 : Calling hours for Burdette L. Barnard - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

March 2, 2013 : Calling hours for Burdette L. Barnard - 12:00 AM to 2:00 AM

March 2, 2013 : Calling hours for Burdette L. Barnard - 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

March 2, 2013 : American Legion service for Burdette L. Barnard - 6:45 PM

March 2, 2013 : Funeral service for Burdette L. Barnard - 7:00 PM

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Mar 20.13 from doug scott:
Great man to work with.He will be remembered.

Mar 1.13 from Arlene Cline:
I worked with Pepsi for many years at Morton Salt. He and Lenoard Carney taught me how to run the forming press in the Carton Dept. He will be missed.

Feb 27.13 from Jean (Butler) Sullivan:
Arlene & Family: Sorry to hear about "Pepsi". I always loved living next door to you folks, as you remember I used to spend hours with you!! Remember when he was cooking the hot dogs on the grill and our dog Sandy snatched them while he went in for a plate? I remember he laughed but he didn't yell when he could have - that is the way he was, always kind, happy and smiling. You were wonderful neighbors and friends and he will be missed. My love and prayers are with all of you. Keep all those memories close to your hearts, he will be there for you always.
Love, Jeannie

Feb 27.13 from Denise Stowell:
Arlene, we are in Florida so we won't be able to personally tell you how very sorry we are at the passing of Burnie. We always enjoyed our chats when helping at the apartment. Take care of yourself and please know you will be in our thoughts.
Denise & Bob