Kelly Barron Death, Obituary – Another Gilchrist County person died away far too soon, and the time of their passing came much too quickly. Kelly J. Barron, who was 45 years old at the time of his death, passed away unexpectedly when he was on a fishing vacation in the location that he cherished the most in the entire world. He died without any pain or suffering while he was sleeping. His parents, Sandy Barron and Marcella Gentry, welcomed him into the world on February 10, 1977.
His birthday is celebrated as “World Birth Day.” “It is what it is” was Kelly’s favorite motto, and he tried to conduct his life according to the wisdom of these words. Because he maintained this state of mind, he was able to make the most out of virtually any situation. The community, which is full of people who had a strong fondness for him, has been left with a gaping void as a result of his passing away. His older brother, Kevin Barron, who passed away before him and is now buried next to him, also predeceased him.
Kelly is survived by his sister, Stephanie (Herbie) Vaughn; his nieces and nephews, Cera White, Christopher White, Conner White, Maddie Barron, and Tyler Barron; his sister-in-law, Cheryl Barron; numerous extended members of the Barron and Gentry families; and more friends than I could even begin to count if I tried. Kelly passed away on February 1, 2018. Honor the relationships that are important to you. In lieu of typical flower tributes, the family requests that contributions be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Your generosity would be much appreciated. A memorial service will be place in the Midway Church of Christ Cemetery on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 2:00 p.m., where the deceased was laid to rest. The Watson-Milton Funeral Home is in charge of making the appropriate arrangements for the funeral, and they may be reached at (352) 463-8888.