Jeannette Frazier Barnett

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Jeannette Frazier Barnett was born in November, 1936, in Columbus, Ohio, to the union of Lloyd and Ella Frazier, Sr. She was the eighth of eight children. Jeannette went to be with the Lord, at the end of January, 2023, at 86 years young!

She graduated from East High School, and immediately went to work at Western Electric, which became AT&T, and then Lucent Technology. She retired from Lucent Technology in 1994, with over 35 years of

Jeannette was married to the late Charles O. Barnett, 1968, for 19 years. Jeannette was a life long disciple of Trinity Baptist Church, for over 60 years. She sang in the Major and Mass Choir, was a member of Lott Cary Foreign Mission, The Eastern Union Missionary Baptist Association [E.U.M.B.A], and the Ohio Baptist Convention

Jeannette was an avid bowler, participating in multiple leagues, at bowling centers, including, Arrow Lanes, Columbus Square Palace, Fiesta Lanes, Lincoln Village, Holiday, HP Lanes (formerly Mr. Bills and Amos Lanes), Piketon, and Wayne Webb Lanes, (formerly Rainbow Lanes). She traveled with family and friends, in Ohio and out of state, including Arizona, California, Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, and Oklahoma.

She also enjoyed the theatre, yearly “Girls Night” to attend “The Nutcracker”, traveling around the world to Africa, and spending quality time with her family and friends. Jeannette was an avid sports enthusiast, regularly rooting on her favorite teams, including The Ohio State Buckeyes and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jeannette was preceded in death by her parents; Lloyd and Ella Frazier, Sr., husband; Charles O. Barnett, brothers; Reverend James, Daniel, and Emmanuel Frazier, and sisters; Ernestine Bussey, Barbara Yarborough, and Marva Garrett.

Jeannette leaves to cherish her memory, daughters; Cheryl Helms (Geoffrey, I), and Jennifer (Romel) Moore, six Grandchildren; Geoffrey, II (Asia), Chandlar, Romel David, Daniel, and Charles, brother; Lloyd Frazier, Jr., (Joyce), sister-in-law; Charlotte Frazier, many nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

Jeannette Frazier Barnett was and is more than a conqueror!

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Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at Columbus Christian Center, 2300 N. Cassady Ave. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. LIVINGSTON AVE.

Condolence Messages

  1. Maxine Dillard & Patsy Barnes

    May God comfort you and your family during this difficult time.

  2. Ernestine Battle

    You have our prayers and condolences. Jeannette is one of the Sweetest people to grace the doors of Trinity . I speak for our entire family in saying we love you All. May you have comfort in knowing she is safe in His arms. Blessings from The Battle Family.

  3. Dorothy Tanner and Family. TBC

    To the Frazier Barnett Families.
    My Deepest Sympathy and Condolences to the families. Jeanette was a beautiful spiritual lady.
    She will surely be missed. May God be with you all during this time of sorrow. RIH Ms. Barnett. ❤️✌

  4. Carla Rodriguez (Winbush)

    God our Father, Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives, and by Your command we return to dust. Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, their lives change but do not end. I pray in hope for the Frazier Barnett family, relatives and friends, and for all the dead known to You alone. In company with Christ. Who died and now lives, may they rejoice in Your kingdom, where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together again in one family, to sing Your praise forever and ever.

    Cheryl & Jennifer, I love you both and thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Hold on to God’s loving hand. HE is your comfort, strength, and peace. Mother Barnett is at peace and resting in the arms of our Heavenly Father.

  5. Jeanette and Jennifer, so sorry to hear about your mother’s homegoing. God be with you. You kow that from Him you will receive comfort.

    Love always,

    Elder Delores Medley-Greene

  6. Sylvia Caldwell-Joab

    Cheryl and Family,
    My Deepest Sympathy to you and your
    families. Jeanette. She was a very sweet
    and kind person, always had that beautiful
    smile. Precious Memories will always keep
    her with you.
    Love and Prayers ❤

  7. Theodore Jackson

    Hello Columbus Family,
    We send our deepest condolence to your immediate family during this time of bereavement. Sorry we are not able to be physically with you today. However, we are lifting you up in prayers today and days ahead.
    I have tried to watch the service via livestream. However, I know the funeral was not offering it. We will talk with you soon.
    Cousin Joseph

  8. To the Family, The Life Member Club of the Telcom Pioneers has made a Memorial donation in memory of Jeannette, to Pilot Dogs Inc. To aid the blind in their quest for mobility in our sighted world. Our prayers are with you now and forever

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