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Barry Kamplain

December 15, 1947 - September 19, 2020

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Posted by:
Troy Kamplain

Posted on:
October 4, 2020

Thanks, dad for all the long evenings playing catch in the yard and at the ball field. Thanks for all the rides to the lake on "Old Blue '48." And, for all the bicycle builds. I will never forget all riddles. You are definitely one of a kind and I miss you, Love you, Dad... Z-Bear.....Rest In Peace, Prez - T-Roy

Posted by:
Mary (Eggemeyer)(Kamplain) McFarland

Posted on:
October 2, 2020

Rest in peace Bear. Thank you for the many sweet memories that only we had, thank you for the two beautiful son's we have. So glad glad your standing in the sun healthy and whole with Pop. Till we meet again one day.

Posted by:
Mary (Eggemeyer)(Kamplain) McFarland

Posted on:
October 2, 2020

Rest in peace Bear. Thank you for the many sweet memories that only we had, thank you for the two beautiful son's we have. So glad glad your standing in the sun healthy and whole with Pop. Till we meet again one day.

Posted by:
Billie Kamplain

Posted on:
October 2, 2020

We will never forget you, Zbear. Your legacy will live on through your sons and grandsons. I see a spark of you in Liam's eyes. Rest in Peace, Barry. BK

Posted by:
Lonnie Jones

Posted on:
September 29, 2020

Barry was a man\\\'s man. He didn\\\'t take any bullshit and meant what he said. I will always remember the great times we had together, and some of the not so great times. Papa Joe and I visited Him often when he was in the hospital. Most the time Papa would say stop we got to get him a couple Coors lights. Even in the hospital, Barry would have a beer and talk about old times with the Orphans motorcycle club and the Ironhorse rider\\\'s. He held that position as president for quite a few years. We can\\\'t say exactly when it will happen, but I have no dought that the Ironhorse rider\\\'s will figure out how to show honor to a great friend and Brother. Barry , tell Debbie, Mike and Mason we all said hello and we\\\'re looking forward to seeing you all on the other side. Ride on!

Posted by:
Your street Sis Debbie

Posted on:
September 29, 2020

Dear Brother Barry, your genuine brotherhood and love will not go forgotten. Honored to know you and to be loved by you. Always a Smile and hug for me anytime any place. Your prayers and love for your fellow brothers and sisters will be remembered. Now free to ride proud after your service to your country, family and community through Ironhorse Riders Association. Ride brother Ride!

Posted by:
Joe Castro

Posted on:
September 29, 2020

Barry will be missed by brothers and sisters that knew where his heart was at.He was a past president of the Iron Horse Riders of Sandpoint Idaho,a riding motorcycle club that helped with scholarships for the LPO School,The Food Bank,The Bash For Cash at the Panada Theatre .LIVE TO RIDE AND RIDE TO LIVE. RIDE FREE