Mary Barrett

In Memorial

Mary Elizabeth Barrett, age 67, was born November 20, 1954 in Beardsfork, WV. She departed this life on January 7, 2022.

Mary was always there to assist with others and in the time of their needs and had a charitable heart. Mary always baby sited for family members and for other families in the community. Mary loved to clean wanted things around her neat and in order, she always had you laughing, she loved to make everyone around her happy and she was a selfless person, always assisted her heart to others, Mary ” NOOCHIE”, will truly be missed.

If Mary was still with us, she would say the Golden Rule: That comes for the bible, be kind to one another, encourage one another to build up and not turn down another person spirit.

Mary is proceeded in death by her parents, Samuel Barrett and Augustine Barrett; and five siblings, Clarence, Sylvia, Robert, Victor, and Samuel Jr.

Mary is survived by her only child, Victoria Barrett; grandchildren, Jessi Erby, Jasmine Erby, Jerrell Erby, and Jaronn Collins; great grandchildren, Lang Erby and Qaung Erby; siblings, Thelma Jones of Kentucky, Larry Barrett and Herbert Barrett of Ohio, and Diann Barrett of North Carolina; and a host of nephews, nieces, great nephews, great nieces, other family members and friends.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 2:00pm Saturday, January 22, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Dear Aunt Noochie,
    I will miss so many things about you. I sit here remembering all the fun times we shared together. You were the most down to earth and free spirited person. You lived your life the way you wanted. You have left me with with some great memories. Although my heart hurts that you are gone, I am filled with comfort as you are now with the Lord and other loved ones. May the Angels Lead your way home.
    Love Always

  2. Alita Lightfoot

    I love you so much aunt noochie i had so many good memories of you. Thank you for loving me and the boys and always having my back when i needed you. I love you always and forever

  3. I will never forget the last time I seen you in Columbus you had me laughing so hard I was in tears. You always had such a great sense of humor and your wonderful smile could light up the night. Love, your cousin Star

  4. Noochie I’m so glad we had the opportunity to get together in Wv prior to this Pandemic. We laughed, danced and shared so many memories. You will be truly missed but never forgotten. May you rest in Paradise. Cousin catch that 2 steps with mommy and Aunt Hytheren in Paradise.

    Love cousin Sissy

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