He was married to Shirley Stokes on March 16, 1978, in Wilson, Ark.
Survivors include his parents, Jerry Frank Barrow and wife, Betty, of Huntsville, Ala., and Dean Fisher and husband, Edward, of High Ridge, Mo.; one son, Chad Barrow, of Nashville; three daughters, Toni Pegher and her husband, Joshua, of Nashville, Deanna Barrow, of Lebanon, Tenn., and Renee Wigger and husband, Jim, of Pacific, Mo.; four grandchildren, Katherine Barrow, Natalie Pegher, Haleigh Wigger and Savannah Wigger; three sisters, Toni Fisher, Darlene Thomas and Sharon Baker; four brothers, Dennis Fisher, Ricky Barrow, Kenneth Barrow and Richard Barrow. He is also survived by his Yankee daughter, Ivy Allaire and also his mother-in-law, Pearlie Stokes.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ernest and Frankye Barrow and Lula Rose and two brothers, Jimmy Barrow and John Fisher.
Answering the call of his country, he served in the Vietnam War under the First Air Calvary, 127th Aviation Unit from 1968 to 1969.
He was a musician, artist and a carpenter, among many other things.
Jerry touched many peoples lives and hearts. He was a loving husband, father and pawpaw, who will be missed very much by many.
Funeral services were held today, Friday, June 30, at the Bread of Life Pentecostal Church in Cardwell, Mo. with the Rev. Denny Clark officiating.
Burial was in the Cardwell Cemetery with full military honors.
McDaniel Funeral Home in Senath, Mo., was in charge of arrangements.