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William Loyd Barger

Date of Death: February 8, 2010
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William L. Barger William Loyd Barger, 76, of Inwood, West Virginia, passed away, Monday, February 8, 2010, in Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Maryland. Mr. Barger was born in 1933 in Natural Bridge, Virginia. He retired as a self employed contractor in West Virginia. He was previously married to Eulah Belle Howell Barger of Martinsburg, WestContinue Reading

Brent L Barger left a message on June 1, 2016:
I'm sorry for the loss of another barger. i'm looking for my family that started the barger plantation off the james river in VA. We have a very deep family history and my family trail goes Va, Iawa, nebraska, now oregon. please help me find my family history and current family
Kelly Dawn Camden left a message on February 10, 2010:
My dearest Pap Pap I will never ever forget you and the times we shared together from me being a baby in your arms to you giving me away at my wedding...I'm pleasured in knowing that your at peace now and that you are in a much better place and not in pain!!! What I will remember most about you is how strong of a man you were and how much you loved your family, you were proud of each and everyone of us in different ways. There's so many stories I could tell it would take days so I will share the most fondest one and that was at my wedding, when the preacher ask who gives this bride you said her grandmother and I do and you kissed me with a tear in your eye then hesitated a moment before letting me go as if you did'nt want to let go of your little girl, later you never offered any explanation as to why you did it all you said was that you just loved me and needed an extra minute to gather yourself! Pap you will always be in my heart and I'm glad your up there with mom running and dancing!!! I'll love you forever until we all meet again.
Donna Kay (Davis) Loveless left a message on February 10, 2010:
I am so sorry for your loss. Although Daddy and Bill had not seen each other in a long time I pray that they are together in heaven. May God give you strength through this difficult time.
Tina (Stevens) Martin left a message on February 10, 2010:
Uncle Bill was a very different fellow. When I was little I use to hide on the floor board when we passed his house. He treated me so nice though. I remember him taking me to the pumpkin patch in Virginia, to Eva Pearls store for candy and soda. He always pinched my cheeks and would say "You lil fat so!" I am sure he will be missed. I haven't seen him in awhile although I did see him once a year at the Jefferson County Fair and he still would have me sit down with him and chat. Love and prayers go out to the family, especially Preston and his family and Caroline. Peace be with you Uncle Bill. Love, Tina (Stevens) Martin
Amy Barger left a message on February 12, 2010:
To my Pap Pap, I miss you so much it hurts, but I know your in a better place now. Not a day will go by that I wont think of you and remember how you were always there for every birthday, holiday, and any other day of the week whether it be a winter day or in the middle of summer sitting under the tree talking to dad. We all love you very much and will see you again some day. The thing I will miss the most about you is how you always would say to me and heather before you left is "I GOT MY EYE ON YOU" and now you will always be watching over us. I love you with all my heart Pap Pap Love Always Amy
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