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Patric Noel Barrio

Dec. 24, 1992 ~ Sept. 3, 2019

Patric Noel Barrio, 26, lifelong resident of Littlefield, passed away Tuesday, September 3, 2019 in Lubbock. He was born December 24, 1992 in Lubbock to Fernando and Carol ›Cano› Barrio.

Patric was a proud Littlefield High School Alumni, graduating with the Class of 2011. He married his high school sweetheart, Allyssa Savala, ›ovember 8, 2014 in Littlefield. Patric was a devoted husband and father, and he doted on his family. He also was a wonderful son, a great brother and a loyal friend, but he was especially a ›daddy›s boy›, his dad was his world. Patric was proud of his heritage and his family, and he en›oyed spending time with them. He liked to BB›, was an avid Oklahoma Sooners fan, and he en›oyed watching sports. More than anything, he loved coaching his son, Jayden›s basketball team, and he was a role model for them.

Everyone who knew Patric would say he had a ›heavy hand›, as it was his trademark to slap you on the back when he welcomed you. He was also never shy of eating off of his friends and family›s plates, and if he loved you, then he was always teasing you. His sense of humor and his beautiful smile will be missed by all who loved him. Patric was an outgoing person with a vibrant soul who never met a stranger. He was always there for anyone in need, and it was always fun to be in his presence. Patric always said he didn›t want to live ›ust to live, he wanted to leave a legacy, and he did. He fulfilled God›s purpose for his life, and was a man, husband and father that those who knew him strived to be.

Patric is survived by the love of his life, his wife, Allyssa Barrio of Littlefield› three sons, Jayden Barrio, Maximus Barrio, and Patric Barrio, Jr., all of the home› his parents, Fernando and Carol Barrio of Littlefield› brother, Fernando Barrio, Jr. and Sasha of Littlefield› four sisters, Alexandra Barrio and Adrian of Lubbock, Ja›min Barrio and Tucker of Littlefield, Giovanni Barrio of Dallas, and Mickey Flores of Littlefield› grandmother, Alicia Duran Barrio of Mexico› motherin-law, ›eronica Savala of Littlefield› nieces and nephews, Carter Barrio, Stephen Bara, Micah Bara, J.B. Bara, Macken›ie Flores and Shiloh De Los Reyes› special aunts, Michelle ›argas and Jessie of Littlefield, and Sandra Barrio of Colorado› special uncles, Danny ›argas and Mary Ann of Florida, Richard Cano and Eli›abeth of Odessa, and Manuel Barrio of Odessa› sister-in-law, Patricia Bara and Jeff of Amarillo› brother-in-law, Sergio Savala of Lubbock› and numerous other aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family members and countless friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Daniel and Beatrice ›argas› and his father-in-law, Billy Savala.

Memorial services were held at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the First Baptist Church in Littlefield with Bill Stubblefield officiating. Arrangements were under the personal care of Hillcrest Funeral Home in Littlefield.

Serving as honorary pallbearers will be OJ ›apata, Kevin ›apata, Jessie Orti›, Tucker Foley, Michael Lucio, Dakota Gage, Dominic Scott, Marcus Kennard, Mar›uis Huey, Morris Randle, ›ach White, Santos Garcia, Jeff Bara, Sergio Savala, Blake Torres, Omar Martine›, ›Cheeto› Thomas Richardson, and ›Dorito› Anthony Jackson.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to the ›Barrio Boys› memorial fund at First Federal Bank in Littlefield.

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