Earl "EB" Bruce Barnes Jr.
Don and I send all of you our sympathy. Earl was a friendly, kind-spirited neighbor and we will miss him. We especially remember him playing with his much-loved dog, Mahoney in the front yard. He knew we were Penney shoppers and always brought us Penney's savings coupons. Know that you are in our thoughts. We hope memories of happier times will sustain you in your loss.
Amy & Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. My mother worked at the North Hills Penney's during the 70's until her death in 1984 and she loved working there; they were her second family.
We were saddened to learn of Earl's death. He was quite a guy!
Our North Hills neighborhood has very few "old-timers" left.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy.
Nancy and Ron Coble
Doris, Amy and Rick,
I just read in the paper monday about Mr. Barnes...I did not see it until after the service or I would of attended. we all have many good memories of Boylan Pearce and HPKing and our times together...my heart goes out to you all...my mother passed away a year ago january at 92...daddy is still at home with 24 hour care (wheelchair, oxygen and catheter just turned 92) but good of spirit and mind..they were married 67 years ...a long time like you all... steve and I have been married 23 years and our daughter is a freshman in college at UNCC...thinking of you all
Blair Wall Smallman
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time! Mr Barnes was such a sweetie and I am so glad that I got to know him over the years when he came into the office.
Love to all of you,