ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Barry Faulkner, 59 years old, born on March 12, 1958, and passed away on February 2, 2018. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Debbie Faulkner on July 11, 2021
Barry was the love of my life. I knew the minute we met that we would be together forever, unfortunately our forever was shorter than we could ever have imagined or expected. No-one will ever be loved as much as I love him. He was, and always will be ‘my love’.

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Posted by Debbie Faulkner on July 11, 2021
Barry was the love of my life. I knew the minute we met that we would be together forever, unfortunately our forever was shorter than we could ever have imagined or expected. No-one will ever be loved as much as I love him. He was, and always will be ‘my love’.
his Life
Barry was the baby of the family, one of 6 children he grew up in Tottenham North London just a couple of roads down from Tottenham Hotspur’s Football Stadium at White Hart Lane.

In October 1976 he went on a blind date set up by his brother George and George’s wife Zena and met a girl called Debbie. That was the beginning of a life long love story. 

In June 1978 Barry and Debbie were married at Enfield Registry Office surrounded by close friends and family. 

In October 1978 (two years to the day of their first meeting) Barry became a proud dad for the first time to a little girl Sharon. 

In July 1980 a second beautiful baby girl Layla joined the family and in June 1982 the third and final daughter Tracey arrived and completed the Faulkner household. He adored all 3 of his girls and would have loved to have more children but sadly had to take the decision not to have more children due to Debbie’s health issues.

Barry was the youngest Bus Driver for London Transport at one point and then later took his HGV Class 1 test, passing first time after teaching himself to drive the lorry.

Barry loved Classic Cars and owned all sorts of classic British cars over the years, so many in fact he lost count of them all but could actually remember a lot of the registration plates. He eventually bought his brother George’s classic American car a1966 Ford Galaxie off him, Barry loved taking the cars (and the family) to shows each summer.
He was also a massive Elvis Presley and Stray Cats fan who loved to listen to their music most nights with his headphones on, he was unaware that we could still hear the music as the volume was so loud!

In 1995 Tracey won a two week holiday to Walt Disney World in Florida which was the beginning of the family’s Disney obsession, Barry enjoyed every minute of the Disney experience and relished going back as often as he could.

He was a devoted dad and husband who loved home life and spending time with ‘his girls’, he had the biggest, most tender heart when it came to family and their pets.
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