Barton L. ‘Bart’ Borror

September 15, 1986 ‒ June 17, 2017

Columbus, Ohio

Barton L. “Bart” Borror, age 30, of Columbus, passed away unexpectedly, Saturday evening, June 17, 2017.

He was born on September 15, 1986, in Columbus, OH, to Clinton L. Borror and Marsha D. (Westbrook) Borror. Bart graduated in 2005 from the Central Crossing High School.

With a kind soul to help others, Bart served his community as a health care provider in social services. He often went into the homes of those in need, and helped them to get through the week.

Bart enjoyed spending time with his family. Holiday gatherings were a time to harass his siblings, nieces and nephews, and an opportunity to share a meal with those he loved, and those who loved him.

Bart always enjoyed visiting his grandma’s farm, where he was well fed and spoiled.  He also enjoyed traveling and was especially fond of a trip to the west with his family.

Bart was humorous, kind, and sensitive, as were his interactions with most. For his siblings though, Bart always liked to have fun and often was the instigator of the group. His one of a kind character will surely be missed by his family and friends.

Those left to cherish his memory include his mother, Marsha; father, Clinton; brothers: Nathan Borror of Grove City, Aaron (Elizabeth) Grassel of Commercial Point, and Jonathan Borror of Columbus; sisters: Samantha Hunter of Grove City and Scarlet (Paul) Kilzer of Dublin; grandmother, Patsy Westbrook of Mount Gilead; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service with is family will be held at Rivercliff Cemetery in Mount Gilead.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to serve Bart’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Im truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you for the days ahead, Revelation 21:4

  • I am sorry for what happen and i loved him as a person. Bart was a good person i was one of his clients , and it hurts me and at the same time makes me glad to have even had the chance to be the last one that was with him. My condolences…

  • My heart is broken. I’ve been praying for his family since Saturday when I got the call. Barton took care of my brother who is in a wheelchair. My whole family is going to miss you so much Barton. I feel like this is a bad dream and just want to wake up and see you walking in the house on Saturday mornings. Im glad we spent Saturday afternoon together and had many good laughs and cake and ice cream. My heart goes out to everyone in his family. Fly high Barton until we meet again 🙏🏼

  • My condolences to all of the family. Barton took care of our brother and really enjoyed helping others. My family and I grew close to Barton and he was a friend to all of us. We had a lot of good conversations and good times. Barton often told us stories about his family and his upbringing with his siblings. I hope you all find peace during this tough time. Barton will forever be missed.

  • At this difficult time, may we all turn to memories that will bring us comfort and peace.

  • You will be missed my friend, I’m glad you were part of my family for over 2 years. Fly high my friend

  • You will be miss we may not be family by blood but we are family you may be gone but u never be forgotten I am glad you was part of my family you will be miss Barton fly High My brother see you again some day

  • You will be miss we may not be family by blood but we are family you may be gone but u will never be forgotten I am glad you was part of my family you will be miss Barton fly High My brother see you again some day

  • Prayers of strength & comfort to Bart’s family. Bart was my little shadow when he was just a small tike. He loved to have fun & knew I couldn’t say “no” when he would look at me with those big bright eyes & long dark lashes. He was such a little lover. I loved his sweet laugh. Unfortunately I lost touch with him & his brothers as they grew up. I pray he is at peace. May God hold him & his family tight in this most difficult time.

  • Barton was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. I’m so lucky that he was part of my life in the time he was here with us. I will treasure his memory and he will forever live on in my heart. I love you Barton. R.I. P. my dear, dear friend.

  • Condolences from the Burt family. Bart was a caregiver for my father and a GOD send to my Mother. He was loved and will be missed a lot . We are truly saddened and will have your entire family in our prayers…

  • You couldn’t ask for a better friend than Bart Borror. The most honest, caring person I’ve ever came across in 30 years of being on this earth. I can honestly say I would be a very different person today if Bart never came into my life when we were young. The best friend i ever had, or ever will have. Bart taught me to accept someone for who they truly are. I will always cherish all the amazing times we had growing up.

    I love you bro.. I’ll never forget those big ol baby blues of yours!!

    Condolences to the Borror family. You truly have an amazing son/brother/uncle/grandson.

  • I just found out today.. What a terrible friend I am. I should have got your new number last I saw you. I love you my firiend

  • Thank you for your friendsship and all you did for my family.. I’m so sorry. I should have talked to you more like I used to. Thank you for spending your last few months with us, and for spending your last Thanksgiving with us. See you later

  • I am so sorry Samatha and family… I seen this fell my knees! I know he’s n better place but if need me for anything just to talk please call me 614-400-4553.. Sam ill try stop by next day or so see u and kids.. R.I.P BART!!!

  • Barton will truly be missed. I use to hang with Barton. I just found out today of this terriable news. I was going to meetings with him. I’m sad and heart broken. My thoughts and prayers are with you.