James Barding

James Robert Barding (Bob) 58 of Sandwich, passed away at sisters home in Sandwich after a courageous battle of lung cancer. Bob was born May 26,1961 to James W. and Lucille Barding in Sycamore, Ill.

He served in the U.S. Military as a PFC. in the Army. Bob was a Raiders Fan and Cubs Fan, but his deepest love was his two sons, Chad and Dustin. If you talked to Bob that was what he talked about how proud he was of his sons. He loved watching them play football during their High School years.

Bob went to Somonauk HS. He was a catcher on his Baseball team. Bob was a kind, quiet, fair, person with a good sense of humor.

Bob had his CDL and drove for Waste Management years ago, and other Companies.

Bob was deeply loved by his family and his five sisters. He will be greatly missed. He is survived by his two sons James Chad Barding (Shauna) of Yorkville ILL. Dustin Barding of Leroy, ILL two precious grandsons James Eli and Austin Jerry. His sisters Mary Wiley of Sandwich, Pat Schaefer of Sheridan, Linda( Bill) King of Sandwich, Brinda Hyatt of Sandwich. And several nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents James W. And Lucille Barding, Step-Father Richard Perrot, Sister Norma Albright, 4 Brother-in-laws, Larry Albright, Fredrick Schaefer, Joesph Schaefer, and Bobby Hyatt. A Celebration of Life for Bob will be February 16, at the VFW in Sandwich  from 11-2pm

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Laurie Stiles

Bob was a great guy. He will be missed by all who knew him. RIP my friend. Sincere condolences to his family and friends.

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