HARKINS – Barry James
Passed away peacefully with Shirley and Tracey at his side at LRH on the 25th of August 2021 aged 67.
Much loved son of Jim and Shirley (Both Dec).
Loved brother of Shirley and Eddy (Dec).
Loved Uncle of Shane (Dec), Tim and Tracey and their families.
Cherished memories of our happy times together.Funeral Notice
A Service to celebrate Barry’s life will be livestreamed on Friday (3rd September 2021) commencing at 1.30pm.
To view the livestream please click here.
Barry was a true gentleman and will be greatly missed- deepest sympathy to Shirley & family xoAugust 26, 2021
Dear Shirley thinking of you at this very sad time, but Barry knowing you and Tracey where there would have helped him through this.August 26, 2021
All our love
Alison Michael Simon and Danny
Barry , you were such a likeable bloke and I have many memories of our times knocking around together when were younger, fishing and attending the odd racecourse together. Condolences to Shirley and Family. R.I.P.August 27, 2021
Baz, I have cherished memories of shooting, fishing, and going to the races together, but our best adventures were the many concerts and dining experiences we had. You were a gentleman and a great friend and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace . Condolences to Shirley & family xxAugust 27, 2021
We will always cherish the memories that we have made along the way Barry. From the fishing trips, the clay target shooting trips and all fun days we spent together doing the things we loved most.August 27, 2021
You were such a unique person but the best mate anyone could have.
Condolences to Shirley, Tracey and family
RIP Barry XX
Tony & Heather Disisto
To dear shirl, Tracey, Tim and family, wish we could visit to give you a big hug but due to restrictions we can’t, we are thinking of you all during this sad time and remembering a dear cousin.August 28, 2021
Lyn and John Roberts and family
condolences to Shirley his sister and the family for there lose he will be greatly missed, Hope everyone can watch in to pay tribute to the great man that was Baz Harko RIP, Moe FGA forever. from the committee and membersAugust 28, 2021
It is with heavy heart, we say good bye, Baz (Dero) our days of shooting, fishing, will not be the same. His humour and checky smile, often made our day.August 28, 2021
Farewell Gentleman, Moe F.G.A will never be the same.
Shirley and family we send all our love and best wishes and thankyou for being there for Barry . Miss you already Mate!!!
Barry (Dero)August 30, 2021
What a great bloke and absolute gentleman.
Always happy to help out and give tips.
Sadly missed condolences to family.
To Shirley and family thinking of you all at this sad time.August 30, 2021
Rest peacefully Barry (Dero) a great bloke taken to young.
Lots of love from Sue,Johnno and Amanda Wirz xxx
I will miss helping you out at shooting
David LAugust 31, 2021
So many great memories of you Baz, fishing trips, Moe F&G and duck hunting.
We will miss you, condolences to Shirley & family
Sulty, Karen & Josh xxxSeptember 1, 2021
Baz you will be missed many memories at the Gun club Fishing and up the Swamp. RIPSeptember 2, 2021
condolences to Shirley & family
HarkoSeptember 3, 2021
You were a mentor to me and a true gentleman. Thanks for the memories over the years and may you Rest In Peace.
Dear Shirley and Family thinking of you at this sad time and also the very good friends and members of Moe F&G. Barry you were a good friend and we enjoyed many travels together over the years to many clay target events, may you rest in peace.September 3, 2021
Rip baz (dero) gone to soon mate Russell (Bert) and Norma bechaz.September 3, 2021
Baz,September 3, 2021
So many memories of a great mate & neighbour, we will miss the cans over the fence or in the shed, the working bees & shoot days at the club. Duck hunting, camp’s , Jack Smiths & other fishing trips. Target shooting forays into “enemy ” territory & the never-ending yarns. Till the next time mate..
RIP Dave Tracy & the Twaddle family
So many great memories derro you took me to Dartmouth for the first time never forget great times god bless you champion manSeptember 3, 2021
You were my first mentor in the work life,,you drove me to work every day for 2 years…. Don’t be late or I’m leaving you!!
you taught me how to drive manual “effectively” and my last fond memory, two years ago just having a beer at 8am in your driveway. And having a laugh that it only took you 5 years to paint your fence!!
Rip.October 4, 2021