Chapel Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

8701 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK


Franklin Harold Barnett

16 mars 193420 mai 2020

Franklin H. Barnett, 86, joined his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, in his eternal home, on May 20, 2020 in Oklahoma City. Frank was born to Jay W. Barnett and A. Marie Barnett on March 16, 1934 in Timber Lake, South Dakota.

Frank was known for his joyous wit, steadfast integrity, and his love for Jesus. If he could have found a way to watch Sooner Football while playing golf with his entire family at church, he might never have left us.

Frank joins in Heaven his beloved son, Ryan and was also preceded in death by his parents and brothers Jay Jr., Leslie, Robert, Johnny, and David. He leaves behind the love of his life and wife of 58 years, Naomi; his brother, Ray Barnett and wife Bonnie, of Rochester, Minnesota; his son Frank Barnett, Jr. and wife Christy, of Kettering, Ohio; his son Brad Barnett and wife Julie of Plano, Texas; his son Jay Barnett and wife Tasa of Edmond; grandchildren Frank III, Justin, Lindsey, Corben, Bryce, Avari, Elise, Christina, and two great-grandchildren, Ava and Emerson.

Visitation will be at Chapel Hill Funeral Home on Monday, May 25th from 6 pm to 8 pm. A celebration of Frank’s life will be held on May 26, 2020 at 2 PM at Heritage Baptist Church, 14317 N. Council Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73142.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to Restore Hope Foundation, 8521 N. Classen Blvd. Ste. B, Oklahoma City, OK 73114.


  • Visitation

    lundi, 25 mai , 2020

  • Memorial Service

    mardi, 26 mai , 2020


Franklin Harold Barnett


Rowena Ehrman

26 mai , 2020

The services for Frank was so beautiful. Hearing Frank's son Jay talk about the bus ministry at Britton Church of the Nazarene brought back some fond memories. My dad also drove a bus route for the church from Britton to Piedmont. I would often go with him on Saturday's to check on the families and children that would ride the bus on Sunday. It was a gift of sacrifice and love to drive that big clunky bus. Frank expressed his joy everywhere he went. I remember big tears in his eyes when he was my Sunday School teacher as a young girl. He would be telling us how much Jesus loved us. Thank you for sharing his story. For those that are saved from much, much grace is received. I love you all.

Gary and Dianne Weber

25 mai , 2020

Frank was such a Godly example for our Lord and Savior and I know that he is rejoicing in the arms of Jesus! Gary and I want to send our love to the family .
Love and prayers,
Gary and Dianne Weber

Linda Clark

23 mai , 2020

I will always miss your genuine love and concern for how I’m doing and how my family is doing. Your presence, laughter, and sense of humor leaves a hole in our family gatherings now. One day, we will all be together again. I love you, Uncle Frank ❤️

Cathy Fiedler

23 mai , 2020

Jay, Brad and families, my prayers and thoughts are with you all. Uncle Frank has a very special place in my heart. He was a very loving, caring person. Loved him. God Bless. Love Cathy

Tracy Rader

22 mai , 2020

Frank has been a bright spot for me over the years at church. He always makes me feel like a million bucks when he greets me with a big hug. His hands lifted in worship and smiling face as the congregation sings is my sweetrst memory of him. He will certainly be missed!