Carol Sue Barrett

February 2, 1936 - September 30, 2021
First Baptist Church Chapel
Thursday 10/14, 10:00 am

Carol Sue Barrett was called home to rejoice in the presence of the Lord on September 30, 2021. Carol was born February 2, 1936 to Alice and Ernest Harry on a farm between Muleshoe and Morton, TX. She was the youngest of a ‘yours, mine, and ours’ family with five sisters and one brother, includingContinue Reading

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Linda Davidson left a message on October 15, 2021:
So sorry to hear of your loss. What a wonderful woman she was and what an inspiration of joy. When Amy and I showed up at her house she was so excited to see us. We had so much fun with her. She played right along with us two 20 year old's just like she was 20 herself. We went to a water slide and she slid down and giggled right along with us. I'm not sure how old she was then but she wasn't a spring chicken by no means. So much fun. I know you all will miss this wonderful lady. I love you all and will prayer for your comfort.
Spears Ron left a message on October 14, 2021:
There are no words to express the sadness I feel as I learned of Carol's passing today. Carol lived on the opposite end of the block where I lived as we grew up in Lubbock. We didn't know each other then but through our work and friendship in Texas Classroom Teachers Associaition, we not only became friends but were family to each other. I always enjoyed visiting her and Clyde and the year I was State President in 1990=91, Carol was my Legislative Chairperson and right hand. She was there when I lost my twin brother and through the years our friendship grew. I was honored to serve as her elections Chairperson during her state convention and always cherished the friendship that we had. Jodey, I know how much she loved you and Harry and I know that today, while we miss her and are sad at her passing, she is smiling, happy and rejoicing to be with Harry, Clyde and her Savior. May God bless you as you cherish your memories of Carol. She was a very special friend and I will miss her.
Kevin & Carol Barrett left a message on October 14, 2021:
Our thoughts & prayers are with you all. Carol was an amazing person & friend. We loved when her & Clyde would travel in their RV and visit us in PA. Carol was sho talented & kind she would do anything for anybody no matter what. Love you & miss you. Kevin & Carol Barrett (The other Carol Barrett) (PA)
Nicole & Brian Wethli left a message on October 13, 2021:
We’re sending love and prayers to all of you. I’ll always remember aunt Carol for comforting conversations, her delicious enchiladas, and that big ‘ole camper that made them so happy. ❤️ Nicole (Barrett) Wethli & Family
Ann Shofner left a message on October 13, 2021:
One of the greatest women I have ever known! She had a heart as big as Texas and shared it with everyone. There will never be another Carol Barrett.
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Nancy Rosenberger (Clyde's cousin) left a message on October 13, 2021:
So very very sorry for "YOUR" loss as well as the rest of the world. What a REMARKABLE woman she was. We were always happy to see her & Clyde when they would come to PA for visits. I know Clyde will be waiting with open arms for her. Sending our DEEPEST sympathy. Nancy & Bob Rosenberger.
Judy and Bill Arrington left a message on October 13, 2021:
Carol was such an amazing person and so very talented. We loved when she and Clyde (he’s my dad’s first cousin) travelled to PA and we could all visit. They both came to our daughter’s wedding in 2014 and we had such a great time. Prayers for peace and that they are together again. 🕊 Judy and Bill West Friendship, MD
Carolyn and Misty Belcher left a message on October 12, 2021:
With deep sympathy for your loss. Prayers for Gods peace and His comfort through this time.
Candie Conrad left a message on October 9, 2021:
Aunt Carol, I know you are dancing with Harry and Uncle Clyde. I love you and will miss your beautiful intelilect,
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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