OBITUARY

Harry M. Barnes

February 15, 1926August 9, 2013

BARNES, Harry M. – Age 87, died Friday, August 9, 2013 at his home. Mr. Barnes was born February 15, 1926 in Fairmont, W. Virginia. He served his country during W.W.II as a CB Radio Operator with the U.S. Navy. Harry loved the Lord Jesus Christ and his favorite verse was Romans 8:28. Surviving are his children, Susan (Rex) Stairs, Harry (Debbie) Barnes, James Paul (Jennifer) Barnes, 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at Trinity Baptist Church , 4222 N. Elms Rd., Flushing, MI. In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Faith Independent Baptist Church, 7900 Northern Ave., Glen Dale, Maryland 20706. Share your condolences with the family at www.reiglefuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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Fredrick Kearney

August 20, 2013

A true soldier of the Lord. A walking Bible. You will be missed dearly. Praying for the entire Barnes family. Fredrick & Antoinette Kearney & family Ghana, West Africa

Candy Smith

August 19, 2013

To Paul , Harry & the rest of the Barnes Family & Friends. I want to say we are sorry for your lost from earth . I know Mr. Barnes is now in Heaven with God & his lovely wife Mrs. Barnes. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all. May God Bless you all and ease the pain that you feel missing your Loved One Mr. Barnes. love from the Fix Family ( Debbie Fix Barnes )

marla adelman/bray

August 16, 2013

Remember Mr. Barnes from years ago in Lanham, Md. Wishing the family peace during the time of loss.

August 16, 2013

I'm so sorry for your loss. May God give you the comfort you need at this very difficult time.

GERMAINE SMITH

August 14, 2013

I wish that I could make it to the funeral. Yet, your words of encouragement and godly example will live on with me pass the closing of the casket. I still remember moving you up to Michigan to be near your wife. You were in a room by yourself now. I stood in the backdrop as you took your few remaining books, and put them on your single bookshelf. You stared awhile; then turn to me saying, "Bro. Germaine, I lived a good life. God has been so good to me." With that Pastor Harry Barnes grin, you said those words! If that was not enough, when the nurses walked in your room to check on you, you started checking to see if they were 100% sure they were on their way to heaven--You gave them the gospel! Praise the Lord! I'll never forget that day. Thank you for the memories.

The Smith Family (Germaine, Natalie, Jasmine, and Janese)

GERMAINE SMITH

August 14, 2013

I wish that I could make it to the funeral. Yet, your words of encouragement and godly example will live on with me pass the closing of the casket. I still remember moving you up to Michigan to be near your wife. You were in a room by yourself now. I stood in the backdrop as you took your few remaining books, and put them on your single bookshelf. You stared awhile; then turn me saying, "Bro. Germaine, I lived a good life. God has been so good to me." With that Pastor Harry Barnes grin, you said those words. If that was not enough, when the nurses walked in your room to check on you, you started giving them the gospel! Praise the Lord! I'll never forget that day. Thank you for the memories.

The Smith Family (Germaine, Natalie, Jasmine, and Janese)