We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Bateman Funeral Home
Bradley Wayne Barnhart, 55, of St. Francis Kansas was granted his angel wings on October 2nd, 2021 in Rock Springs Wyoming at the Memorial Hospital from complications of Covid-19.
He was born in Goodland, Kansas on November 24,1965 to Maurice and Shirley (Blue) Barnhart. He attended Goodland High School and was a graduate of Northwest Kansas Vo-Tech Diesel Mechanics and graduated with his class of 1984. He became an over the road truck driver and worked in the agricultural field. At the time of his death, he was on the road.
On June 19th, 1990, Brad married Mary Hahn in Goodland Kansas and they made their home in St. Francis Kansas. He was a self-taught woodworker and had a love of dogs especially German Shepards.
Brad adored spending time with his 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He also enjoyed watching baseball and westerns; John Wayne movies were his favorite. His fun-loving laugh brought joy to those around him. He was a big teddy bear to those who knew him.
Bradley was preceded in death by his father and mother, Maurice and Shirley Barnhart; paternal and maternal grandparents, Ed & Nina Brewer, Purl Lydia Blue; Uncle Floyd and Aunt Faye Blue; nephew, Nathan Barnhart; daughter, Bonnie Easterling.
He is survived by his wife, Mary of the home; earthly mother, Janice Barnhart of Colby, KS; brother, Jack Barnhart and nephew, Josh Barnhart both of Colby, KS; brother, Scott of AR; brother, Michael of KS; sister, Dee Barnhart of Goodland, KS; sister, Polly (Jerry) Norris of Salina, KS; daughter, Levelle (Dale) of IN; daughter, Glenda of OK; son, Floyd Clifford, Jr (Angie) of KS; nephews, Joel (Krista) Bose, of KS, Rickie (Kaitlyn) Bose of KS; niece, Jakalyn (Dylan) Glover of Goodland, KS. In addition to immediate family, he also leaves a host of cousins, family, and friends.
In lieu of flowers, please make all donations to the Peace Lutheran Church of St. Francis, Kansas 67756. Information and online condolences www.batemanfuneral.com