In Loving Memory It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Edward "Eddie" Barron, on October 29, 2023. Born on July 23, 1963, he was enigmatic figure who lived life fully and generously, Edward was known to his friends and family as a kind, stern, loyal, smart, and invincible personality. He filled the hearts of those around him with warmth and wisdom.
Edward took great pride in serving his country and his greatest accomplishment was attaining the rank of E5 Sergeant in the Army. His legacy, however, will not only be his military service but also his role as a teacher and mentor. He had a natural ability to guide others and was always available to lend a helping hand.
His favorite pastimes included watching his favorite TV shows like M*A*S*H and Forged In Fire, and cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Most of all, he relished tranquil moments of relaxation and pursuing his numerous hobbies, such as: knife making, hunting, fishing, woodworking, cooking, renovating, watchmaking, mechanics, tech, and leather work. A real renaissance man, Edward could do anything.
Edward was predeceased by his beloved parents Fernando and Lucy Barron and his siblings Debra, Richard, Fred, Concepcion, and Denise. Their memories brought joy to his heart and comfort to his soul, and undoubtedly, he is now in their tender company once more.
Edward is survived by his loving children Alexxis, Mya, LanaRae, and Michael Barron, to whom he was not only a father but also a mentor. He always taught them the importance of integrity, honesty, and striving to be the best they could possibly be, grounding his lessons in the wisdom of his own experiences.
He was a lover of everything life has to offer. His legacy will be one of service, mentorship, and love. His favorite places included the historic regions of Spain and Germany. He had a fondness for colors of the earth, particularly green, and his laughter was as infectious as his taste for life and food, delighting in everything. But above all, he was a beacon of steadiness and a pillar of strength to his family and friends.
He is profoundly missed by all who knew him. His passing leaves a void that can never be filled and he will be greatly missed by his friends and family.
A Funeral service for Edward will be held on November 29, 2023, at 9:30 A.M at the Annunciation Catholic Church, followed by MIlitary Honors at 2:00 P.M at the Fort Logan National Cemetery. As we remember Edward, we hold onto the thought that we will all meet him again one day in a place beyond time, where sorrow has no home. Until then, his memory will live on in the hearts and lives of those he left behind