- 88 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 15, 1923
- Date of passing: Dec 9, 2011
|Let the memory of Luevenia be with us forever|
Mrs. Luevenia Barker Barnes was born July 15, 1923 in Chambers County, Alabama to the late Wallace Barker, Sr., and Carrie Lee Sims Barker. She united in marriage to the late George Barnes. She departed this life on Friday, December 9, 2011 at her home surrounded by her 4 loving sons.
Luevenia (Lue) Barker Barnes accepted; Christ as her personal savior and joined the Mt. Hermon Baptist Church and served faithfully for 64 plus years until her health began to decline. She was a member of the Senior Choir #1, Pastor Aide and Missionary Ministry.
She was involved and was well known in the Lanett community. Lue was a member of the Les Dames Esquire Civic Club and served as club mother for the friendship club, a home maker and loved cooking for family and friends. She also loved traveling and attending family reuions. On her 88th birthday, her 16th great-grandchild was born, Chloe Madison Redd.
Luevenia was preceded in death by one son, Willie George Barnes, two sisters, Rosie Lee (Barker) Truitt and Fannie (Barker) Billingsley, one brother, Wallace Barker, Jr.
She leaves a legacy of love to her three sons: John Lee Reed, Tony M. (Bettye) Barnes and Melvin (Shelia) Barnes, all of Lanett, AL; one brother, Willie F. (Marion) Barker, Lanett, AL; three sisters, Mary B. Williams, Lanett, AL, Magdalene Combs, Higland Park, MI and Frances Fears, Southfied, MI; twelve grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; a special friend and caregiver, Mrs. Sharon Blessett; two sisters-in-law, Ocie Lee Barker and Mary Lee (George) Williams, both of Lanett, AL; one brother-in-law, Rev. Monroe Johnson, Louisville, KY; a host of relatives and friends.
Professional services provided by Davis Memorial Mortuary Inc. in Valley Alabama. http://davismemorialmortuary.com
"Jackie Penn and Family lit a candle at
To the family of Ms Luvenia. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal"
"Johnson Family wrote at
To the Barnes family, we are so sorry for your loss. We hope you find comfort in knowing that God sees your grief and has promised to wipe the tears from your eyes and provide you with strength and comfort. (Revelation 21:3, 4 & 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4)"
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