September 17, 1942 ~ July 27, 2018
Born in: Alamosa, CO,
Resided in: Walsenburg, Colorado
Keith 'Woody' Barker, 75, passed away July 27, 2018. Survived by children, Brian Barker of Wichita, Kan., Brenda Pace of Pueblo and Kim (Teddy) Archuleta of Alamosa; grandchildren, Brooke, Derek, Chandler, Macey and Wyatt; and siblings, Carol (Darrel) Huenergardt and Ted Barker. Preceded in death by parents; and brother, Kip Barker. Woody was born to Merle and Helen Barker on September 17, 1942, in Alamosa, Colo. and owned Team Indy Transport Service. He spent much of his life involved in Sprint Car and Indy Car Racing and was inducted into the Belleville High Banks Hall of Fame and the BCRA Hall of Fame. Woody had a love for farming, tractors, drawing up his house plans, taking long drives on old country roads and spending time with his children, grandchildren and his dogs. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, August 18, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, Pueblo. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com
Worked for Keith in New Mexico.
Very nice gentleman….
To the entire Barker family. Thank you all for sharing Woody with me. He was a great man and a better friend. He was always kind and friendly no matter where we were. All the laughs and stories we shared. Woody, thank you for always being my friend. Your smile and kindness will always be in my heart. Until our next race together, God Speed.
My deepest sympathy goes to Karen, Brenda, Kim and Brian. I have many great memories of Keith and all the fun times we all spent together. It has been years since I have seen you girls but understand you are Wonderful young women. Brian, I never met you but heard many good things about you as well. Karen you are a good woman and wish you and the family much Peace with the loss of a fun filled man.
Ted to you and your family…my thoughts of love and sympathy ♡
My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. Losing someone you love is truly difficult and I know Keith will be missed. Please know our Heavenly Father holds out promises that can help us with our sorrow. One such promise is that death soon will be done away with forever (Revelation 21:4) and another promise is that “there is going to be a resurrection.” (Acts 24:15) I pray these promises from God, who cannot lie, (Titus 1:2) bring you comfort. For more comfort from the Bible visit www . jw . org.
I love knowing that you are once again able to frown at me in that way only you could, Woody – you will be in my heart always, that will never change!
Enjoy praising God with the saints and angels; and all that bench racing with friends & heroes till we meet again my beloved friend.
Rest in Peace my friend. I Enjoyed the time we were able to spend with you and you will not be forgotten. Please say hi to my Dad, Jack Petty when you go to that race track in Heaven. Our Thoughts and Prayers will be with your family and loved ones throughout this difficult time.