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Howard Tatum Bareford Jr.

Howard Tatum Bareford Jr.

June 05, 1958 - January 10, 2024
North Chesterfield, Virginia

Howard Tatum Bareford Jr.

June 05, 1958 - January 10, 2024
North Chesterfield, Virginia

Obituary

BAREFORD, Howard Tatum, Jr., 65 years old, of North Chesterfield, VA, went to the Lord on angels wings on January 10, 2024 at Chippenham Hospital after a long battle with heart and complications from diabetes. HT was born on June 5, 1958 in Alexandria, VA and lived in Virginia Beach and Richmond for his entire life. HT graduated from Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach in 1977 and joined the U.S. Army soon thereafter. He became an M.P. (which he loved) and served in Hawaii and Korea with the 25th Infantry Division for six years. He was a lifetime member of Bensley-Bermuda Rescue Squad and became an EMT and worked for Petersburg Rescue Squad for many years. He loved the Redskins (they will always be the Redskins) and faithfully cheered them on. HT was known for his kind, tender heart and would always end his conversations with – “if you need me, call me”. He is survived by his parents, Howard T. Bareford, Sr. (Priscilla) of Chester, VA, his Mother, Betty Philyaw Bareford of Bon Air and formerly of Virginia Beach, two brothers-Allen F. Bareford (Alison) of Fredericksburg, VA, Wayne Q. Bareford (life partner Donna Slyer) of Littleton, N.C., two nephews, William G. (Shania) of New York, Arthur C. of Richmond, VA, and a new great nephew, Silas Alden of New York, and life long friends Barry and Linda Garber of Richmond, VA.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at Beulah United Methodist Church, 6930 Hopkins Road, Richmond, VA 23234. 

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: February 13, 2024 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Beulah United Methodist Church
  • Location: 6930 Hopkins Road Richmond, VA 23234 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (804) 275-2325

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2 responses to Howard Tatum Bareford Jr.

  1. Teresa Welch says:

    Im going to miss you😢 You were a great neighbor and an amazing friend. I come home and your door is not open my heart breaks because I know I’m never gonna see you again. Everytime I see wildlife in the back yard Im going to think about you and miss your phone call telling me theyre back there. May you rest in peace Howard fly high my beautiful friend🕊️

  2. JD & Brenda Black
    Howard was a good friend and a wonderful neighbor. He would do
    anything for you if he could. Always had kind way about him. Brenda
    and I would be setting on the porch and he would stop and say I’m
    going to the store do y’all need anything. I would go see him and have
    good talks about what going on in the neighborhood. When I would
    leave he always say if you need me call me. That was the kind of person
    he was. We will miss him dearly.
    Rest in peace ,
    Your friends
    JD and Brenda

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