Wendell Barnett

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Wendell M. Barnett Sunrise September 23, 1958 Sunset August 11, 2017.

Wendell was born to David L. Barnett and Ann M. Barnett. He was one of six brothers. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, four brothers Leon Howard, Willard F. Barnett, Martin E. Barnett, and Brett A. Barnett.

Wendell is survived by brother, David (Kay) Barnett ;cousins, Gail and George Barnett, Jody Spurlock; sister in law, Betty Howard; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Wendell Graduated from East High School and attended O.S.U for three years. He was employed by the Columbus credit Bureau. Wendell enjoyed football, tennis and fishing.

Visitation 5:00pm and Funeral 6:00 noon Tuesday August 22, 2017 at MARLAN J GARY FUNERAL HOME,  THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe-Bixby, turn north on Lonsdale Rd.)

 

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Condolence Messages

  1. So very sorry for your sudden loss. I never physically met Wendell but we became good friends on Facebook. Will miss his humor.

  2. Carolyn Blackwell

    May it help in some small way to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you . Soo sorry to hear about his passing,

    Richard and Carolyn Crosby
    East High Class 1975

  3. To the Barnett Family
    It seems so hard to comprehend that (Wendell) you are no longer here. Our Prayers go out to family.
    Van and Paula Boone

  4. Rodney Alan Wright 69 YMCA tigers

    YMCA tigers, East High Tigers, Cincinnati Bengals are Stripes never changed.
    May peace be with you and your family.

  5. April (Graham) James

    I grew up off of Clifton and parkwood with the Barnett Family, So sorry to hear about Wendall. May the family and friends find peace and understanding, and comfort in this time.

  6. Condolences and Comfort to the entire family, God Bless, Much Love
    RIParadise Wendell, will never be forgotten all the years you and your brothers spend riding dirt bikes and motorcycles, and racing at Smith Lake , and while bonding and learning with my dad Roosevelt McClendon at the garage on Berkeley. My family will be praying for peace at this difficult time,

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