Barry Baz Green
Died 6th Jan 2017

You will notice the word Barry is crossed out on this page and he wished to be called BAZ and god help you if you called him Barry and I am not risking it

Pat I and our Family, would like to thank you all for attending today to lay Barry Baz to rest and to celebrate his life. We have been overwhelmed by the many messages of condolence received via cards and social media

We would particularly like to thank The Fusiliers Association for their help and support at this difficult time, and for their part in today's service. Our thanks are also extended to the ambulance service and police personnel who attended to Barry Baz, his neighbours and Intensive Care Unit at Fairfield hospital for the care and compassion and to the Rev Rhiannon Jones for her kind words

Barry Baz did not have good health for the last 14 months or so, indeed he was far more poorly than he chose to show to us all. It gives us great comfort to learn that despite this, he always put others first and had time to spare to listen and help other people with their problems and worries. His Fusilier colleagues and his friends consider him to be a true gentleman.

So Barry Baz as you liked to be known by, run ahead, give mum dad and nephews grandparents a hug from us all. We will look for a shining star looking down on us from above, or a glow , as you always said and I quote " this will be my last 10"

Sleep peacefully big brother God bless until we meet again, we will love you always God bless
Affectionately as you called me" our little Kid"


Baz safely in Wellington Barracks Memorial Garden
21st April 2017


Since Baz retirered I don't think he missed a parade or funeral