To Brandy, Bart, Blue and families. My deepest sympathy for Larry's passing. I remember as a kid he was a bigger than life presence. He will be missed. Many Blessings Melissa Doyle-Jackson
Our Sympathies for Larry and his family.
I just heard of Larry's passing this evening. My heartfelt condolences to the family. We had lots of fun at Del Frisco's where I lost lots of crummers. My prayers with you all.
God bless you and your family...
Joe maldonado and family
Was so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. We were neighbors when we were very young on Lee Ave and later both of our families moved to Haltom City and we were classmates. Larry always had a smile and was always joking around. I think of him often and wonder what happened to my old friend. Prayers for the family and know that someday we will meet again.
Larry, Rest in peace. You had a wonderful life and left a lot of cherished memories with so many people. You will be missed and remembered by many. Our prayers are with your family.
Go with GOD my lifelong Friend.
Prayers to the family. Many great memories of my old classmate. Larry never met a stranger and everyone that met him never forgot that meeting.
Deepest sympathy to the Family of Larry. I met Larry when he was in Nashville involved in the music industry during the 90s and early 2000s. Will always remember how friendly, kind and dedicated he was. It was easy to see how much he loved his Family.
It's very difficult to express just how much we will miss Larry. Growing up together in the Ft. Worth Stockyards, Larry and I spent a lot of time together knocking around at Grandma and Grandpa Gould's house where we were pampered and loved by them. I remember those days with much love and happiness. Me, being a little older, would tease Larry and he would cry. Then he outgrew me. I stopped the teasing. I have always had tremendous respect for Larry. He was a model for what's right about America...work hard and succeed. When odds were against him he fought back. Never a quitter. I'm certain Larry made a lot of friends along the way...always the jokester with a broad smile and a boisterous laugh. I will miss you, cousin. May God bless you, take you into His arms, and comfort your loved ones during this difficult time. I know that we will meet again someday. Perhaps to take another walk together just down the street to the New Isis theater to watch Gene, Roy, and the Durango Kid.
I was so sad to read of Larry's passing. I met Larry through my friend & co-worker Jeanette Taylor. My husband & I went to several parties to celebrate he & Eddie Raven's birthdays. He will truly be missed. May God be with you during this time of loss.
Always sorry to hear of ones passing. I remember Larry from jr.hi and into early adult hood,as always a nice fun loving guy,and a very intelligent hard worker,to get things right the first time.Condolances to his family.
To the family of Larry Barnett,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I was blessed to get to know and work with Larry and a lot of the family while I worked in the Law Offices of Bill Smith and Lee Smith. There was never any doubt of Larry's love and devotion to his family and friends.