Barry L. Brinkley

February 11, 1966 ~ May 24, 2022 (age 56)


New Braunfels, TX- Teacher and Coach Barry L. Brinkley’s love and laughter didn’t end when he

went peacefully to be with the Lord on May 24, 2022.

Football was a life-long passion for him. In high school, he was all district six times, three on

offense and three on defense, and second team all-state. He furthered his career playing at

Texas Lutheran College. His chosen vocation spanned four decades that included Carrizo

Springs High School, Laredo LBJ High School and Kyle Lehman High School.

Barry is survived by his loving wife Cynthia C. Brinkley, “Son” Benjamin E. Brinkley, “Mother”

Rita DeVilbiss and “Stepfather” Collins DeVilbiss, “Father” Melvin Brinkley and “Stepmother”

Donna Brinkley, “Sister” Cathy Brinkley Triplitt and “Brother-in-law” Scott Triplitt, “Brother”

Dwayne DeVilbiss and “Sister-in-law” Janie DeVilbiss, “Brother” Ramsey DeVilbiss and “Sister-inlaw”

Tara DeVilbiss, “Brother” Daniel Brinkley, “Sister” Dee Brinkley, “Sister -in-law” Lilia L.

Herron and “Brother-in-law” Roy Herron and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews,

cousins, friends, colleagues and others for whom he cared.

In memory of Barry Brinkley, please donate to:

Hope Hospice

611 N Walnut Ave.

New Braunfels, TX 78130

Ph. 830-625-7525

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