Condolences for Kenneth Duane Barnes, Sr.

John & Paulette Colson posted on 7/31/15

So sad to hear of this. John has fond memories of when they were cousins growing up. Their Mothers were sisters, thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

John & Paulette Colson posted on 7/31/15

So sad to hear of this. John has fond memories of when they were cousins growing up. Their Mothers were sisters, thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

JIll posted on 7/31/15

Kenny was a great guy. I spoke to him every Sunday at church and he always made me smile. I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you .

 

Kevin Brinkley posted on 7/30/15

Sorry for your loss.Good friends and good times.you in our prayers and thoughts.

 

Kevin Brinkley posted on 7/30/15

Sorry for your loss.Good friends and good times.you in our prayers and thoughts.

 

James posted on 7/30/15

To the Barnes Family: I am sorry to hear about the passing of Kenneth. It is never easy to deal with the death of a loved one no matter the circumstances. May the God of Comfort help you to endure as you grieve Kenneth's death (2 Corinthians 1:3).

 

James posted on 7/30/15

To the Barnes Family: I am sorry to hear about the passing of Kenneth. It is never easy to deal with the death of a loved one no matter the circumstances. May the God of Comfort help you to endure as you grieve Kenneth's death (2 Corinthians 1:3).

 

Vickee huff and Dorothy Embree posted on 7/30/15

It's with great sadness to hear of the loss of Kenny. He was such a nice guy very friendly and wonderful church helper his smile and kindness will be missed greatly he always spoke to mom and I and enjoyed playing bingo and being sure to talk with my mom going to be missed a lot May God bless his family in this sad time and may kenny's memories get you through this his smile and kindness will be missed

 

Jean (Snedigar) Deiss posted on 7/30/15

It's difficult to talk about the loss of a cousin, as he was also a wonderful father, grandfather, brother, cousin and friend to so many other people. Duane was that sort of person who was calm, collected and always willing to help. His mother, Aunt Lois, was one of my best friends too! I babysat Duane and his brother and sisters every summer when I was a teenager and it was so much fun, I could hardly wait to be there! Duane was such a great child and grew into a kind and caring adult. To Joe, Brenda, Sandy, Randy, and Ron - I just feel so much sorrow for you as know the feeling of the loss of a sibling (losing David, and Elaine). Although I cannot make the trip from Florida to be with you, I will be there heart and soul. My condolences to you and your families. I pray for comfort and God be with you during this difficult time. Love and Hugs! Cuz Jean and Rich too!

 

Jean (Snedigar) Deiss posted on 7/30/15

It's difficult to talk about the loss of a cousin, as he was also a wonderful father, grandfather, brother, cousin and friend to so many other people. Duane was that sort of person who was calm, collected and always willing to help. His mother, Aunt Lois, was one of my best friends too! I babysat Duane and his brother and sisters every summer when I was a teenager and it was so much fun, I could hardly wait to be there! Duane was such a great child and grew into a kind and caring adult. To Joe, Brenda, Sandy, Randy, and Ron - I just feel so much sorrow for you as know the feeling of the loss of a sibling (losing David, and Elaine). Although I cannot make the trip from Florida to be with you, I will be there heart and soul. My condolences to you and your families. I pray for comfort and God be with you during this difficult time. Love and Hugs! Cuz Jean and Rich too!

 

Lonnie Clemens posted on 7/30/15

I always knew your Dad as Dwayne or Duane. Depending on how it is correctly spelled. A couple of years ago. He let me know that he wanted to be called Kenneth. Never knew that was his name. The obituary was written nicely. Thank you for sharing it with us.

 

Lonnie Clemens posted on 7/30/15

I always knew your Dad as Dwayne or Duane. Depending on how it is correctly spelled. A couple of years ago. He let me know that he wanted to be called Kenneth. Never knew that was his name. The obituary was written nicely. Thank you for sharing it with us.

 

Michelle Thielen posted on 7/29/15

I would like to extend our condolences for your loss. Kenn was such a great man and so very generous. One day at church we mentioned it was our son's birthday in passing and he went out and purchased him a remote control car to give to him after church. I am sure this is just one of many generous acts he has performed in his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. The Thielens