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BARRY ALTON BOATMAN, 57 of Granbury, Texas, passed away September 28, 2021, after a hard fought battle with FTD Dementia. Barry was born in Plainview, Texas on September 12,
1964. Growing up in west Texas, he graduated from Texas Tech University where he met his future wife Kim Kubica. They were married in 199…read more
1964. Growing up in west Texas, he graduated from Texas Tech University where he met his future wife Kim Kubica. They were married in 1990 in Dallas, Texas. Barry is survived by his loving
wife Kim, his sons Brock and Reid Boatman both of Dallas, his father Don Boatman, his mother Sandra Sawyer, a brother David Boatman and his wife Sarah, his in-laws Louis and Michelle
Kubica, a niece and nephew and many other aunts, uncles and cousins whom he adored.
While raising a family, Barry spent several years in the floor covering business, both family-owned and corporate. He loved building relationships with his clients and enjoying the company of
those in the industry.
Barry was the Project Coordinator for the family-owned business, ArtAbility in partnership with his wife. The two of them viewed it as an adventure, and his responsibilities were a critical part of
the success of the business. Clients loved his laid-back attitude and can-do spirit.
Barry was a loving husband and father who could spend hours fishing with his boys, then enjoy the day’s catch with his family over dinner. He gained a love of golf and found hours of enjoyment
in playing rounds at Stevens Park. Barry will be missed by many and forgotten by few.
A celebration of Barry’s life will be held in the near future, with details to be announced soon.
Saturday, October 30, 2021
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Pecan Plantation Club House Ballroom
817-573-2641 | Map
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Mary McMahan posted on 10/4/21
Bryan and I are so sorry to hear of your brother's passing. We are keeping all of you in our thoughts prayers..
Craig Schumacher posted on 10/3/21
Barry was one of the nicest guys I have ever met. A real sweetheart. Taken way too soon. I’m truly shocked, and saddened.
Tracey Bush posted on 10/3/21
Kim, Barry will be missed. I still remember you two walking me to my car after a long NEWH fundraiser and staying with me, since we started in the wrong garage, and many adventures thereafter. Love you! Big hugs, you are in my prayers!
Michele & Louis Kubica posted on 10/2/21
We love and miss you very much.
The professionalism, sincerity, compassion, and a real genuine need to show us comfort during this time was absolutely second to none.
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