Barry Don Mohan

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Barry Don Mohan, 55 of Waco passed away on Monday, November 2, 2015 at his home after a sudden heart attack.

Memorial Service: Monday, November 9, 2015 at 6:30PM at Concord Baptist Church, 4412 Concord Road, Waco, TX 76705.

Barry was born, lived, laughed and loved in Waco. He graduated from Waco HS. Barry & Jinny Orr were married 25 years ago. They spent months traveling the local rivers & lakes searching for rocks, fishing, and enjoying nature. Known for his quick wit and generous heart, Barry filled the world with love and laughter.

An irrigator by trade, Barry had many talents & helped many people. He loved to trade & barter. Barry loved his family & friends with all his heart. He especially loved his children Liz & John, grandchildren Mark, Jocelynn, John & Emma. Barry holds a special place in the hearts of his nieces & nephews Cody, Mattie, Nick, Lauren, Brooke, & Brittany.

Barry is survived by his loving wife Jinny, brothers & sisters in-law Leo, Gay, Bruce, Paula, Bryan & Janet, Aunts, Uncles, children, grand-children, nieces, nephews, cousins, & friends.

Barry was a free spirit. He lived & loved each day, every one, and especially his dog T. Barry lived life his way. The world is less interesting without him. Like the wind you can’t see, we know he will always be with us.

In Lieu of Flowers, Please donate to your favorite charity.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

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Condolence Messages

  1. Wayland & Barbara Hutcheson

    Barry….You left many with heavy hearts. Your kindness and love will be carried on through family and friends. God Speed until we see you again!

  2. Lisa Page McGaugh

    Barry was such an awesome person and having known him is a special memory for me. Always a kind spirit about him. Laughing and cutting up with everyone he met. That old yellow CTLS work truck & that hat is exactly the picture in my mind of him. I’m smiling just thinking of him.
    My thoughts and prays to family & friends.

    God Bless,

    Lisa Page (Richter) McGaugh and family

  3. Bill and Nancy Holloman

    Jinny and Family, Nancy and I want to express to you our most heartfelt sympathies to you at the news of Barry’s passing. I am his cousin (his mother, Mary, being my first cousin) and I have many good memories of the times that I spent with Barry and his family at the house on N. 27th in Waco. The writer of his obituary describes him well. We pray that you will feel strongly the love of family friends at this time of loss.

  4. Rhonda Staas & son, Casey

    Dearest Jinny and Mohan Family, Casey and I are very fortunate to have had the opportunity to share some very meaningful time with you and Barry . We often recollect those great memories with a great big smile. Casey looked up to Barry and cherished their friendship. We will miss his free spirited ways and that one of a kind quick witted humor that made Barry who we love and will always have that special place in our hearts as well as the hearts of many. May the healing of your broken hearts be painless. We love you.

  5. Sabra Jones-Madkins

    Uncle Barry was always the one person I could count on to be the same day in and day out. You and Aunt Jinny not only gave me food and shelter when i needed it..you were so much more..we were family. Those words were a familiar sound for me growing up. Life is too short uncle berry and without a doubt you were taken too soon. Your already missed. We love you. Sabra

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