Barry Lloyd Billett

February 5, 2018 7 Condolences Print Obituary

July 10, 1957 - February 3, 2018

Peacefully passed away in Edmonton on February 3 2018. He is survived by his wife Linda, son Kenneth, parent’s Don & Bev, brother’s Murray and Garry and sister Margie (Ritchie), Mother in Law, Marjorie, Father in Law, the late Robert K Brown, Linda’s sister’s Bonnie (Hawkeye), Cindy (Frank), Diane also his Quadra family

Barry lead a full life with a focus on helping his family, friends and community. Generous, loyal, passionate and dedicated family man. A long time volunteer for the Lauderdale community league to help all families in the community. Barry enjoyed fishing, camping, cars and construction, between his skills and his Dad Don, there wasn’t much they couldn’t repair or build.

We are grateful for the top notch care of talented treatment team at ICU at the U of A hospital.

A Memorial service will be held on Tuesday February 13 at 3pm at the Lauderdale Community Hall 12937 107 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5E 6H4

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the M.S. Society or charity of your choice

  1. I was saddened to hear of Barry’s passing. I dealt with him in business only and always enjoyed our conversations. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.

  2. Another good one,gone way too soon ? my hero
    Thank you Barry for just being you….you were a gentle giant,always so helpful,& caring, you had a great sense of humour,& a quick tongue, always in for a laugh,and
    what a great hearty laugh it was!!?,
    I will miss your jabs&jokes?

    We all have our memories/moments with Barry,& it seems those memories ALWAYS, bring a smile to my face,& then laughter,he had such positive energy.

    They say it takes a village to raise kids,& my village was Barry& Linda
    Barry& Linda taught them how to fish,went camping,had overnight sleepovers,read to them,taught them how to take care of cars,gave advice when needed,…I could go on & on.
    We all shared great times,& stories with him.
    Barry…always know that you were well loved & well respected
    ….and know,there is a little part of you,in all of us, me Brendan,Liam& Isabella,and we are all better people for having known you?? we will so miss you,but are so thankful for you.✌?❤️

  3. Barry left a legacy of love. He was quick with a joke, a laugh, and an offer to help. Barry truly had a heart of gold and will be missed by all who knew him. Words just cannot express the depth of the loss to family, friends, and the community.

    Our thoughts are with Linda, Kenneth, Garry, and family. May the many, many good memories bring a smile always.

  4. My heartfelt condolences to Linda and her family.

    Linda, I am so sorry to learn of this tragic news. Please know you are in my thoughts. xo

  5. Linda my deepest condolences to you and your family. I am sure Barry’s absence is huge but leaving so many precious and wonderful memories would hopefully ease the pain eventually. I love you and my thoughts and prayers are with you always.

  6. Linda, I am sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  7. Stan & I were so very sorry to hear of Barry’s sudden passing. We, along with daughter Kelly & grandaughter Jemma, enjoyed a lovely afternoon in downtown Ottawa in August of 2016. That time is even more special now, but even then gave me a chance to know what kind of cousin I had. Warm, funny and very much a family man! Sending Love and support from not just Stan & I, (Loralee), but from my Mum, Norine Anderson and all the rest of the family as well. Our Prayers are with you all.

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