Bud M. Barnes

Obituary

On Easter Sunday April 4, 2021 our beloved Bud passed away after falling causing an injury to his hip.  Bud tried his best to recover at the hospital but sadly didn’t make it.  He was born November 16, 1930 in Tennet, California. He graduated from Sutter Jr. High in (     ) and Sacramento High School in 1948.  Bud couldn’t wait any longer and married his high school sweetheart Shirley Edwards.  They lived 73 inseparable years together and spent the first 25 years in their Jonas Avenue home in Sacramento, CA.  With much love to give Bud and Shirley raised their 3 children David 71, Daniel 17 and Julie 57. 

At 17 years old Bud started his plumbing career.  He worked for Grinnell Plumbing Supply working his way from the bottom to eventually starting his own business.  (BNS) Bud N Shirley plumbing in 1965.  Moving forward he built a beautiful home on Creekside in Shingle Springs in 1975.  They spent many lively years here and created many memories that will forever be cherished.

Bud and Shirley moved for the final time building their forever home where their grandchildren Rachelle 47, Jessie 38 and Cambria 35 could roam the countryside.  Bud was a jack of all trades, he could do anything once he put his mind to it.  From chopping wood from daylight to daybreak, to building a boat out of shire will.  Bud’s accomplishments paid off giving his great grandchildren Lexi 20, Eden 7 Ayla 5 and Luca 1 a wonderful life.  Bud impacted many, making great friends that lasted a lifetime.  He was also a committed member of the Elks in Shingle Springs for 35 years.   Bud will dearly be missed but forever in our hearts.  Services will be held at 6020 Windridge Road in Shingle Springs, Ca 95682.  Starting at 1:00 PM on April 24, 2021.

Guestbook

  • Mary Anderson says:

    Shirley, we are so very sorry for your loss. Great memories and lots of laughs.
    Our hearts are with you.

  • Jennifer Puckett Cruise says:

    Shirley I am so very sorry for loss and Bud will be missed. I have such sweet memories of the time we got to come visit. I know my dad and Bud are having a laugh in heaven ❤️Hugs Jennifer Puckett Cruise

  • Jimmy Puckett says:

    So sorry Shirley Bud was a wonderful man from what I know of him the last time I seen you in bud weather in Las Vegas you both were doing very well you always had a sense of humor you always played the game fair show love peace and happiness and prayer is powerful love you both never got to spend much time together after grandma and grandpa passed but it was all fun when we had to gather in just two parks in Sacramento the I don’t forget those things I remember the boys I remembered you lie yes wonderful times God bless

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