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Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary
23287 Sierra Highway
Newhall , CA 91321
(661) 259-0800
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Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary
23287 Sierra Highway
Newhall , CA 91321
(818) 365-3292
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Billy Dillard Barnett - Tulsa World

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Citation, Army of Occupation Medal, Good Conduct Medal, WWII Victory Medal, and 2 Battle Stars. He was proudest of his Combat Infantryman Badge. Bill and his foxhole buddy, Donald Grovert of Newhall, Iowa, kept each other safe through battle and remained close friends for the last 70 years. Near the end of the war, his unit was the first US Army unit to reach the Elbe River and held at this position where retreating German army soldiers, escaping the Russian Red Army, surrendered to American soldiers. Then he was in the Army of Occupation acquiring the necessary service points to return to the US. He was appointed to West Point by OK Congressman Boren three weeks before discharge but told the officers, who were happy for his appointment, “Please tell Congressman Boren “No Thanks”, I’ve had enough of this army life and want to go back to Oklahoma and earn my degree at OU”. He later told his family that he anticipated he would have been shipped to the Pacific had Truman not forced a Japanese surrender with the dropping of the atomic bombs. After discharge on Febru- ary 14, 1946, he returned to Earlsboro, OK finding that his mother’s dark black hair had turned completely white during his 3 years of service. The admitting office at OU asked what he wanted to major in since he had taken civil engineering at Ohio State and accounting at OU. He responded, “he’d just take what was first on the list (“A” for Accounting) since every day from then on was a blessing.” He graduated from OU in 1947 and went to work for Magnolia Oil Company in Alice, TX. Magnolia Oil later became Mobil Oil, and then ExxonMobil. Bill held various managerial positions in Falfurrias, Midland, Corpus Christi, and Houston, Texas where he retired in 1987 with 40 years of service. He served as a Municipal Judge during his retirement in Roman Forest, TX. Bill and Elvera relocated to Tulsa in 2009 to be closer to family. In 1948, Bill met the love of his life, Elvera Gertrude Wieland in Falfurrias and was married on November 26, 1949. Bill is survived by his wife Elvera of 62 years of marriage, son William Robert Barnett and wife Jennifer of The Colony, Texas, daughter Brenda Kay Barnett Ba...




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