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WILLIAM BIGBEE BARNETT

November 15, 1947June 5, 2019

WILLIAM BIGBEE BARNETT was born on November 15, 1947 and passed away on June 5, 2019.

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Martha Blankenship

June 15, 2019

I worked for the veterinarian where Billy brought his dogs. I can’t remember a time that he didn’t have a big smile on his face when he came through the door. My thoughts and condolences go out to all his loved ones.
Martha

Michael Perez

June 14, 2019

My sincere condolences to the Barnett family, I came to know Billy through the Gator Bike Ride, he always spearheaded the event and made sure every aspect was taken care of, he was a pleasure to work with year after year. We will miss him! Our condolences from the entire staff at the Lynchburg Ferry.

Michael Perez
Lynchburg Ferry Superintendent

Glen and Sandra Gibson

June 8, 2019

Martha and family. Cannot tell you how it sadden us to hear about Billy. He was a he'll of a guy and will be greatly missed. We truly enjoyed the years we spent with you and Billy at the YMCA Gator Ride. Our hearts are broken and we hold you in Our thoughts and prayers .

DIANE SMITH

June 8, 2019

When my mother worked for The Baytown Sun as a carrier in the late 60s and early 70s, we got to know Billy and also Johnny Caverretta, who wired our paper bundles for us. Billy was all business; a hard worker who put his all into anything he did. I ran into Billy again some years later at The Amber Stein; we were still connected through the newspaper because John Wadley owned the bar. It was my favorite place and I always requested a champagne cocktail because Billy made them the best. It's been one shock after another as I watch my classmates and friends leave the world to explore the universe. I grieve for him and for his family and their loss. He was an unforgettable man.

JP NOLAN

June 7, 2019

TO MY FRIEND BILLY, I REMEMBER YOU IN HEART AND SPIRIT. I DID ELECTRICAL WORK FOR YOU AT HOME AND OFFICE..THEE OLD BIGBEE GLASS. LIVED IN WOOSTER AND ENJOYED YOUR SMILE AND LAUGHTER. YOUR EASY WAY OF CONVERSATION AND YOUR DEDICATION TO THE NEEDS OF BAYTOWN, I'M SURE WILL BE MISSED..GOD BE WITH YOU MY BROTHER. JP NOLAN, LAS VEGAS, NV.