Rodney Yarbrough

Rodney Yarbrough
Rodney Yarbrough

Rodney Yarbrough, 72, of Amarillo, TX died December 25, 2020.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, December 30, 2020, at South Georgia Baptist Church.

Rodney was born in Haskell, TX on January 14, 1948, to Rosalee and Glendon Yarbrough. He had worked as a barber for many years in the Abilene area. He had also worked for Coca Cola, Sam’s Club, and AISD in maintenance. He was a long-time Amarillo resident.

Survivors include his wife, Connie Yarbrough, of Amarillo, TX; daughters, Julie Fisher, of Cold Springs, TX, Kerri Shubert, of Amarillo, TX, and Heather Mendoza, of Amarillo, TX; son, Rodney Yarbrough II and fiancée Krystal Moore, of Amarillo, TX; and seven grandchildren.

12 Replies to “Rodney Yarbrough”

  1. Thank you for all your kinds words and prayers for our family. We are sadden by this sudden loss. He had been sick for awhile but now he is with our parents and family before us well and breathing and celebrating in his Heavenly home!

  2. Connie & family we are so sorry! I just found out today! Rodney was always so nice to us and very kind to Philip Jr! Prayers for you all!

  3. Rodney was a great person, when he worked for Coke and I worked for United , I always enjoyed him and his sense of humor, he could have you in a good mood if you were having a bad day. The world was a better place with Rodney in it!

  4. Connie & family,
    I’m so sorry for your loss! Rodney was just the nicest, most outgoing & kind person! I know mom & dad thought the world of him too. I’m praying for you all @ this time.

    Barbara Oliver Wise

  5. Connie,
    Our prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with you and your family.
    Rodney was such a friendly guy. You will be in our thoughts through the coming days.

  6. Connie,
    Our prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with you and your family.
    Rodney was such a friendly guy. You will be in our thoughts through the coming days.

  7. Rodney you were one unique friend! Never a dull moment when I would see you . Prayers to your family. Rest in Peace my friend.

  8. Rodney, you most definitely will be missed. As someone who appreciated your sense of humor and sarcasm I know my life has been forever changed for knowing you. I know someday I will see you again and you have some new stories for me.

  9. I loved Big Rod and the Yarbrough family so much. Prayers for comfort, peace, healing and guidance for you all. ❤️

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