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Alberta "Bertie" Louise Ellen Jane Barnett

December 17, 1949April 16, 2021
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Alberta Barnett was born on December 17, 1949 in Anadarko, OK to Albert and Daisy Walker. She passed away from Breast Cancer at home on April 16, 2021 on Frontier Hospice at the age of 71.

Alberta married Larry Barnett on January 20, 1969 and they shared 52 years together. She was a Homemaker. They had one Daughter Tammy Sue Barnett.

She was a Member of Nicoma Park Christian Women's Fellowship, Coordinated Mobile Meals, and was a Sunday School Teacher.

She also enjoyed being outdoors, taking walks and spending time with her step-grandboys. She enjoyed being around and talking with everyone she met especially her church family. She was active in R.S.V.P. the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program, Woodman Life (Paternal Side) and NARFE - National Active And Retired Federal Employees.

She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister-in-law, Sharon Walker.

She is survived by her husband, Larry Barnett; daughter, Tammy Anderson and husband Duane; two brothers, Leland O. Walker and Della of Omaha, NE and family, Floyd L. Walker of Wichita, KS and family; Step-grandboys Dylan, Levi, Riley, and Logan Anderson; and many nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank Frontier Hospice for all services provided.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, April 26, 2021 in the Bill Eisenhour NE Funeral Home Chapel, Oklahoma City, OK.

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  • Memorial Service

    Monday, April 26, 2021

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Jenny Nowka

April 28, 2021

Such a blessing to have had the honor of knowing Alberta. To know Alberta, was to love her immediately. A loyal servant of her God and her church family, Alberta is the epitome of empathy and kindness. I will always remember her selflessness and compassion, accompanied with a diligent work ethic and character of integrity. Sincere condolences and much love to Larry, Tammy, family and friends. Rest in peace sweet Alberta xoxoxo

Jan and James Chandarlis

April 26, 2021

Alberta is the sweetest kindest person I have every known. She was so supportive when my mom passed. When I brought dad down to visit, Alberta and I would walk around the yard. We would talk about the past and she would laugh out loud telling the story of how her and Larry met. Stories about her mother and father and growing up with her brothers that she loved so much.
Alberta, I hope you are hugging my mom like we spoke about. Please know how much you are loved.

Gary & Beth Billings

April 22, 2021

We have been neighbors of Larry & Alberta for the last 10 years.

Having good neighbors is a blessing and Alberta, truly was a great neighbor. Always a joy to visit with her, either across the fence when she was tending the garden, or during her frequent evening walks.

What was so remarkable about Alberta, was that she was always upbeat. I never saw her down, even in the face of her own illness. Her faith undoubtedly gave her the courage to keep going, and she was very much an inspiration.

And her smile! She always had a smile, and it was contagious too. Many an evening, I would be racing against darkness. Fussing with the mower or whatnot. Frustrated and ready to give up. Then, I would see Alberta across our fence smiling. Whatever troubles you were having, she would have you smiling in no time.

We all need a neighbor like her and she certainly will be missed. But, I am sure we will see her again one day. Not sure if there are any fences in Heaven, but I am certain she is there, smiling!

Bonnie Bower

April 22, 2021

Alberta was a kind, humble servant. What a sweet lady. She will be missed so much.

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