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Darrel Barry

February 15, 1929 - May 15, 2017


D'Anna (Mahaffy) Fischer


So very sorry for your loss. Prayers are with you all.

Class of 1976

Sturgis, SD

Look back and thank God for such a precious life...look forward and trust God to see you through the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers to Cheryl and to all the Barry families.

Jack and Darlene Pullins

Quartzsite, AZ 85346

We want to send the family our love and prayers for the loss of a great man. He will be missed by all.

Mary Jorensen

Sturgis, SD

Viola and Family, you have lost a great man that enjoyed life. We used to have a lot of fun out at Cobb's scale loading out cattle and he was brand inspecting and sure enjoyed picking on me but soon learned I could give it right back. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and hang onto the precious memories and God will see you through he trying days ahead.

Fawna Goff

Sturgis, SD

Pam and family, My Deepest Sympathy. May the Lord Be With You Now and Always. You are in my thoughts and prayers

Dennis and Tina Kopp


To the family, So sorry for your loss. Keep the memories in your hearts and he will be with you always. In our thoughts and prayers.

Gary & Shirley Baker

Enning, SD

Viola and family.. we send our thoughts and prayers that the Lord will comfort you during this time.

June Winger Hitson

Spearfish, South Dakota

Darrel and I attended New Underwood High School the same years and stayed in the dormitory, had lots of fun! Darrel loved to play pranks, I have fond memories of Darrel. My sincere sympathy to the family.

Betty Quasney

Rapid City, SD

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Karen Ellis

Casper, Wy

He was always just like a big brother to me ,pulled lots of pranks and he never past up a chance to tease me. S.D. lost a great cowboy the other day, keep on riding in heaven.

Mike and Vicki Scott

San Antonio TX

Our condolences to the Barry family. Our thoughts and prayers will be with all of you. Love and hugs from the Texas bunch.

Jeanne Eppenbaugh-Iversen

Rapid City, SD 57702

Viola and family, Sorry to hear of your loss of Darrell. He made it to 88 yrs! The last time I saw him was at my Aunt Kathryn Harwood's funeral. And so long since I saw you, and I always told you how you looked like Connie Francis. Time has slipped by so quickly for your age group, and mine. God's comfort.

Norman and Theresa Hanzlik

Union Center SD

Viola and family our thoughts and sympathy are with you all. We will miss him, but we know he'd rather be his old self~full of life,spice, and tobacco juice. Call when you need anything.

Wes and Sue Labrier

Union Center, SD

Viola and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts & prayers are with you. May God deeply comfort your hearts during this time.


Howes, SD

Darrel was a wonderful man and good friend to all. A true cowboy. Honored to have known him. In our prayers, The Wondercheck family.

Diana Eveleth Cole


Viola and family - prayers and condolencese to you and your family - he was a good guy and a true cowboy - cherish all those wonderful memories and may God be with you always

Corinna Mooney Thompson

Faith, SD

Viola and family, I have so many memories of Darrel. The thing I think of most, is how special he made you feel when he talked to you. You are in my thoughts and prayers, now and in the days ahead.

Lawrence & Tera (Keffeler) Hockenbary

New Underwood, SD

So hard to say good-bye, so only say farewell!! Praying for you all as losing a loved one is never easy. Hugs to you all!!!

Roger McGooden

Broken Bow NE

Always enjoyed Darrel when he was working for Korkows. Loved his stories, especially the one about the bull snake that lived in his pickup hunting mice. Darrel's stories were the best. Our thoughts and prayers to your family. Roger and Renee

Randy and Connie Oliver

Newell SD

Viola and families, So sorry for your loss. May the good Lord comfort each of you at this difficult time. Darrel and dad had a lot of good stories and enjoyed each other visits. Hold on to all the great memories. He will be missed but know he is with the Lord and telling stories and not suffering anymore.

Sharon Elaine

My deepest condolences to the Barry family. Darrel has left behind many precious memories and he will be dearly missed. May your memories of him bring you comfort as the days and years pass by and you return to life's routine. May God grant you peace amidst your sorrow. 2 Thessalonians 3:16; John 6:40

Lonis Wendt


Viola: Unexpectedly, we learn of the loss of our old friend Darrel, who was always great to share time on a trail to somewhere. Our sympathy to you and all the family. A great guy we will always remember as a true friend. Lonis & Lois

Tom Huston

Sturgis, SD

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Do to a accident I didn't hear of your loss. Darrel was one of a kind. Always willing help one in need.I got to know him while working in the area. He always had a grin and a chew in his mouth.I remember the summer we had a contest to see who killed the most rattle snakes. Then the December when the high for the day was -35.We managed to get the cattle fed and moving cows to the river. I never known him to get upset. Will miss him.