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Barry James Favre

March 24, 1953 ~ June 20, 2022 (age 69)

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Barry James Favre, 69 of Davie, Florida, passed away Monday, June 20, 2022.
 
He was born in Miami Beach, Florida to Emmit and Dorothy (Dorvit) Favre. He was a Welder/Marine Fabricator and received his General Education Diploma. He was a member of the Florida Citrus Model Train Society.
 
Barry served in the United States Army from 1968 to 1972.
 
Barry was a race car driver, demolition driver that was at the Hialeah Speedway. A stepfather and a widower of 24 years. His main and favorite hobby since the age of four was model trains. He was a very handy man that was able to make and build things for his house. He even converted his carport one year into a train room. He built tracks for his step grandsons and stepdaughter. A memory that is special to her was that he purchased a puppy for her that cost $5 and a six-pack of beer (1982). He was a Florida born and raised and refused to live elsewhere. 
 
If you knew this man, he was not for pomp and circumstances so that there will be no funeral services nor memorial services. 
 
He is survived by Christina Friedrich, Davie, FL stepdaughter; Gaylon Lamz Greenwood, AR step grandson; Bethany Lamz Toledo, TX step granddaughter; Major Rigdon Davie, FL step grandson; Logan Rigdon Davie, FL step grandson.
 
PLEASE DO NOT SEND FLOWERS TO THE FUNERAL HOME AS THERE ARE NO SERVICES AT OUR FACILITY
 
 

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