Tina Louise Barnard
|Posted 2019-11-06 by mhenderson|
|Published in the Daily Miner on Nov. 4, 2019 -|
Kingman, Arizona -
Tina Louise Barnard got her wings on Sept. 16, 2019 at 4:36 p.m. She
was taken too soon, leaving many heartbroken and lost family members
Tina was a kind, forgiving, generous and loving woman. She was very
much a people person. She loved tending bar and always provided
comfort and humor and brought joy to those around her. Her first
priority was always her family, in particular her children. She raised
her son and daughter by herself and worked tirelessly to provide for
their every want and need. Tina worked in many fields, but loved her
time spent working on the ocean, laying underwater communication
cable. Through this she was able to visit countries all over the
globe. For the last few years Tina was a mail carrier and made many
Tina was born in Oregon to Chester and Helen (Dailey) Barnard. She was
the youngest of nine children. She moved to Golden Valley in 2001. She
loved the desert and was torn between staying here and moving back to
She loved playing pool, socializing, going to Laughlin, horseback
riding, working on her yard and spending time with her "Fur babies;"
Shadow and Springer. However, above all with Tina it was always
As tragic as her passing is to all of us who knew and loved her, she
was an organ donor. In death she will continue to bring joy and
happiness by helping others.
Tina is survived by her son Kevin Barnard (Rachel) and daughter Ashley
Lang (Sean); brothers Marvin, Jesse and James; and sisters; Toni,
Teri, Renee and Tammy; 12 grandchildren and a great-grandchild; along
with many other family and friends she met in her life along the way!
Preceeding her in death are her parents, sister Tracy, and the Love of
her life, "Jingles" Layton. As much as we will all miss her, her
family and Jingles will be there to welcome her home!
A Celebration of Life will be held at The American Legion Post 22
(3435 N. Verde Road. Golden Valley, Arizona) on Nov. 9, 2019 at 11
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