William “Bill” Barney

5/20/1951 ~ 1/3/2023

William Douglas Barney
May 20, 1951 ~ January 3, 2023
Bill was born May 20, 1951 at Ft. Sill, OK. He died peacefully at Mt. Pleasant, UT January 3, 2023 after a brief illness. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Vaughn & Betty Barney; his brother Sidney Barney; his brother-in-law Wayne Dill; niece Calli Oldroyd and her children Justin & Julie Oldroyd.
He is survived by his sisters, Elizabeth “Beth” Hill and Sherrie Dill; nephews, Andy Hill (Michelle), Charlie Hill, Leroy Boren (Joanne); nieces, Nickie Ivory, Sandy DeLisle, Aimee Merick, Jeni Baxter (Mike) and a host of great and great-great nephews and nieces.
Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary. Viewings will be held Monday January 9, 2023 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. and Tuesday Starting at 10:00 a.m. prior to services both at the mortuary. Interment with Military Honors in the Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

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6 Responses to “William “Bill” Barney”

  1. Lori Reyes says:

    So sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. We became friends years ago when we worked together at the turkey plant. We always had a lot of fun joking around with him. I often would run into him at the grocery store and we would spend a few minutes catching up with him , prayers to your family at this time.

  2. Bill will be missed. He was my buddy at the turret plant. The Barney brothers are together again.

  3. Carol Blackham says:

    Bill was such a good man. Took time to visit with me in the store. Always thought so much of him.

  4. Rachel Brown says:

    Bill was such a sweet man, I feel blessed that i got to know in his last days.

  5. Scott Shelley says:

    A good family neighbor and high school friend. Bill’s military service and honors are appreciated.

  6. Cynthia Allred DeGrey says:

    Bill was a classmate in junior high school. He was also a dance partner during our Friday PE classes. I lost track of him after high school but reconnected with him as an adult. He was always so friendly and had a big smile on his face. Thank you, Bill, for your friendship and also thank you for your service to our country. I hope your family will find peace during this tender time.