OBITUARY

Joseph Walton Barnett

September 12, 1940May 7, 2019
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BARNETT, Joseph Walton 78, a longtime resident of Montgomery, died peacefully at home on May 7, 2019 after an extended illness. He was preceded in death by his parents, Issac J. and Arrie Agnes Barnett along with 15 siblings. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Lois E. Barnett his sons, Mike (Amy) Barnett and Jay (Raelene) Barnett. He was affectionately known as “Pop” by his grandchildren, Caitlin, Dalton, and Wyatt Barnett, whom he cherished and loved. Joseph was born in Sylacauga, Alabama on September 12, 1940. He graduated from Childersburg High School in 1960. Joseph was a very successful merchandiser with Winn Dixie. He was a well-respected employee for 40 years. His bright blue eyes and sweet smile will be missed. In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice of Montgomery or Capitol Heights Baptist Church. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Alabama Heritage Funeral Home on Friday May 10, 2019 at 11:00am with Rev. Warren Culver officiating. Burial will follow in Alabama Heritage Cemetery. Visitation will be held at Alabama Heritage Funeral Home on Thursday May 9, 2019 from 6:00 pm. until 8:00 p.m. To offer online condolences please visit www.alabamaheritagefh.com

  • FAMILY

  • Lois E. Barnett, Wife
  • Mike Barnett , his wife Amy, Son
  • Jay Barnett , his wife Raelene, Son
  • Caitlin, Dalton, and Wyatt Barnett, Grandchildren
  • Issac J. and Arrie Agnes Barnett, Partents
  • DONATIONS

  • Hospice of Montgomery or Capitol Heights Baptist Church.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 9, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Service Friday, May 10, 2019

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Reid Foster

May 9, 2019

In honor of Mr. Joe... I blew off my driveway which I watched him do every morning for 10 years while being his neighbor. Mr. Joe also knew everyone in the neighborhood and knew how to get little things accomplished like trash cans moved from the curb to the house without him ever touching a trash can. All it took was a kind word and little something $$ extra $$ placed under the can for it to get moved back from the curb. I have watched and chatted with Mr. Joe from across the street for 10 years and I have been influenced and challenged by his spirit of love and pride for our neighborhood. He will truly be missed here on Holly Ridge Drive and (truth be told it should be called BARNETT ROAD, for some time) Blessings and love to all who knew this great neighbor of mine.

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