OBITUARY

Beth A. Barnes

September 16, 1948March 7, 2018
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Beth Barnes was born 9/16/1948 and died 3/7/2018. She graduated from UT in 1970.

She owned B. Barnes Travel from 1981-2014. Beth lived and breathed with love for travel, her career, friends, family gatherings, luncheons, holidays, animals and spoiling her beloved nieces and nephews.

Thank you to Gracy Woods and New Century Hospice for the love and kindness given her in the last two years with you.

Funeral Services are scheduled Friday, March 16, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills, 9700 Anderson Mill Rd, Austin, Texas.

Photos, fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com, and may be viewed by slides at her funeral service.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, March 16, 2018
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Rose Marie Dillon

March 18, 2018

Our family has participated in the Nursing Home ministry at Gracy Woods for several years. My youngest daughter Vivian started coming with us once she turned 5 years old last year. She met Mrs. Beth and there was an immediate bond formed. Every month that we went to the ministry, Vivian would go in and talk to Mrs. Beth while the rest of us handled the service. It was a sweet time of visitation. I had a picture but could not find it to load. Our prayers go out to your family during this time.

Andria Miner

March 15, 2018

I always enjoyed visiting with Beth when she would bring Scruffy and Bosley in to see us at the Griffith Small Animal Hospital. They were such sweet cats and Beth cared for them very much. She even shared a special holiday photo of them that we featured in our Cat Calendar several years ago. Beth had a kind smile and a caring nature; I will remember her fondly.
Sincerely, Dr. Andria Miner

David Brooks

March 15, 2018

To Brian, Bonnie and Katherine . . . my condolences.

Derek Brooks

March 14, 2018

Beth was the sweetest person I ever met. Always quick with a smile and a very warm heart towards everyone. Beth set the standard extremely high for how to live with joy and an over abundance of happiness. Our family now has an empty place at the table. Rest In Peace Cuz

Claudia Tracy

March 13, 2018

I will always remember Beth for her lovely smile, her gracious style & her generous heart.

Claudia

Jill Nicholson

March 13, 2018

I was honored to work with Beth for several years as an outside travel agent. She cared deeply for her many clients and knew travel inside and out. She was also a gracious lady and a special sister of many years in P.E.O. Chapter R, Austin, Texas. My sympathy to her lovely family.

Jill Kohnert Nicholson
Austin, Texas

Ann Eby

March 13, 2018

Beth brightened my heart every time we talked. She'd begin each conversation with "How are YOU?!" as if I were the most wonderful and delightful friend in the whole world, and before the end of the conversation, I'd have a big smile on my face and a kinder word for the next person I met.

Oh, Beth, you had such a shining spirit! And we were so blessed to have you shine on us.

To Beth's family, I send appreciation and love. The Barnes family is an amazing family!

Ann

Virginia Bettis

March 12, 2018

It has been some years since I had seen Beth, and was saddened on seeing the notice of her passing. She was such a delightful and caring travel person. She always had a warm and inviting smile and wanted to help us have the best travel experience. Sending thoughts of peace and sympathy from the Bettis family.

Pat Green

March 12, 2018

To Beth's Family,
I was so sorry to read of Beth's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. With deepest sympathy, Pat Green

lori prager

March 12, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and love are with you at this difficult time.
Love,
The Pragers

Biography

Beth Barnes was born 9/16/1948 and died 3/7/2018. She graduated from UT in 1970.

She owned B. Barnes Travel from 1981-2014. Beth lived and breathed with love for travel, her career, friends, family gatherings, luncheons, holidays, animals and spoiling her beloved nieces and nephews.

Thank you to Gracy Woods and New Century Hospice for the love and kindness given her in the last two years with you.

Photos, fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com, and may be viewed by slides at her funeral service.