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Jack E. Barrios

February 6, 1946 — January 25, 2012

Jack E. Barrios

In Loving Memory of Jack Edward BarriosFebruary 6, 1946 - January 25, 2012Jack was born of February 6, 1946 in Bremerton Washington. He passed away peacefully with his family by his side on January 25, 2012. He attended Mount Tahoma High School and United States Armed Forces Institute. He was drafted into the Army during the Vietnam War and served two tours in Vietnam. He received a National Defense Service Metal; Vietnam Service Metal with two Bronze Service Stars and a Vietnam Campaign Medal: Good Conduct Medal. After serving in the Army he followed his passion as a Professional Mover and worked for Pacific Movers until his retirement. He enjoyed the great outdoors with his family and friends. He loved to hunt, fish, and play golf. His family was very important to him. Preceded in death by his twin sister Jacqueline Subelbia, his mother Opal Floberg, father Vincent Barrios and step-father Rich Floberg. He is survived by his sister Patricia Brittain (Jerry), nieces/nephew and great nephews; 4 daughters Roni Barrios Mejia (Gil), Machel Chapin (Curtis), Shelly Hayes (Dan), Gloria Aitken (Scott) and a son Johnny Spencer (Michelle) and 12 Grandchildren; Anthony, Mariah, Alexa, Noah, Sophia, Brent, Payton, Kayla, Dustin, Bryce, Connor, and Carley. There will be a private memorial service for his family held this spring. Please make your donations to in Memory of Jack to the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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