Guest Book for Austin Ray Barnhart (Auni)

Provided by Yost - Gedon Funeral Home & Cremation Services LLC

Posted by: Ken Hassinger
Wed August 19, 2020
-Austin was my HVAC student 2019-2020. He was one of those students that all of the employers wanted to hire. He was popular with his classmates and his instructors. He will be missed greatly. I am so sorry.
Ken Hassinger
HVAC teacher

Posted by: Tom Boughton
Wed August 19, 2020
Holly, I am sorry for your loss. I only wish I had the words to comfort your heart. Just remember our loved ones live on in our memories. My heart breaks for you at this time. God Bless you and your family.

Posted by: Wayne and Kelly Falls
Wed August 19, 2020
Brian and Holly, our hearts are heavy thinking about what you are going through. You are both in our thoughts and prayers, we can't imagine what a shock it has been for you both, there are no words that would make this better, but we are here for you if there is anything that you guys need. Austin was a great kid and grew into an awesome young man, he will be missed by many. There will be a day when you get to see him again, until then hold all your memories close to your hearts.

Posted by: Jason Bufford
Wed August 19, 2020

Autumn Morning was sent by Shelly.

Holly, we are so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family. Shelly and Jason Bufford


Posted by: Angela Heivly
Thu August 20, 2020
We will forever miss his smile, laugh, and hunting stories. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.
The Weavers

Posted by: Marie Weaver
Thu August 20, 2020
Holly, Brian and the entire family of Austin,
I canโ€™t express enough how deeply my heart aches for your entire family. Austin sure brought happiness and smiles to peoples faces no matter where he was. I will never forget the day I walked into the lunch room at CPI and there he sat! He had everyone in there laughing. He will be greatly missed! He definitely is one of a kind and you guys sure did an amazing job raising him! The marsh creek crew will definitely miss him! ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ˜ญ

Posted by: Lin Greenaway
Fri August 21, 2020
Though I didn't know Austin very well, he was well thought of at the Bureau of Forestry office where he worked for a time.  I know he enjoyed it here and was asking about returning to work for us.  I was shocked and saddened to hear of his passing, we will miss him.