Anthony Daniel Barnhardt, 36 years old passed away at his home April 6th, 2020 in St. George Utah.
Anthony was raised by his Grandparents Carolyn and William Crocker in Vacaville California. Anthony loved to be around family and play football and baseball. He was quarterback for the Vacaville Bengals. He was the most valuable player for A’s baseball team.
He spent a lot of his childhood with his cousins Carrie and Quinton – “Anthony and Quinton” were double trouble together. Grandpa’s nickname for Anthony was hound dog. He loved the LA Rams. That was his favorite team. Anthony had a strong dislike for feet so naturally we all loved to torture him with toes.
After his Grandpa passed away, Anthony went to live with his Aunt Tiffany and Uncle Jesse and their three children Katie, Brittany, and Jesse Jr. aka “Boy” in Twenty Nine Palms California and in St. George Ut. He was very close with the kids. He was like a big brother to them.
Anthony then met Jessica, the love of his life at Taco Bell where they worked at that time. It was love at first Taco.
In 2008, Anthony and Jessica welcomed their beautiful baby girl Khloe, the other love of his life. He loved being a father. He worked at Viracon as a supervisor for many years. His grandpa instilled in him a very strong work ethic.
Anthony was always picky about his clothes and shoes. They had to be ironed and those shoes were never dirty. His hair was always perfectly cut. Lets just put it this way..he was a stud.
Anthony was always the life of the party, so funny and loving and cared about his family so much. Anthony, you will forever be in our hearts. Fly High Bub. We love you!
He is survived by his daughter Khloe Lynn Barnhardt and her Mother, Jessica Mock - St. George Ut., his sister Michelle Elizabeth Landrum – Renton WA. His Grandmother Carolyn Crocker – Chandler AZ. His Grandfather Grady Barnhardt, and many Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.
He is proceeded in death by his Mother Lisa Barnhardt, Grandfather William Crocker, his Uncle Grady Barnhardt, and his Great Grandparents.