I remember George being a senior while I was an 8th grade student. George was very sweet to me; I guess he realized that I was quite 'young' as I embarked upon my high school years. I am sure he grew up to be a wonderful man; I am sorry for your loss.
We are so sorry for this sad time and for your loss. You are in our hearts and prayers.
Our prayers are with you, Terry Beth and family, even as George's goodness shines on in the lives of his children and grandkids. How can we forget the fun he had with Rockhurst High School theater and his pride in his children's generous service to so many, especially Elizabeth's career and Jimmy's work at University of Dallas and Simple House. George's joy in life will continue to witness Hope to us all.
I remember George fondly from our high school years at Westport High and all the times we ran into each other in the years after. My deepest sympathies to the whole Barnes family. We lost him way too soon. God Bless. Cindy Haskin(nee Major).
Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers and wishing you peace.
My deepest sympathies to Mrs. Barnes, Elizabeth, Jim and the entire Barnes family. I will always remember our trip to Blob's Park with Mr. Barnes with great fondness. My thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. Love, Nell
I remember fondly when my family would visit your family when George and Fred were not yet in school. We loved to come to Uncle Ott's and Aunt Dora's big house in the city.
May your memories bring you comfort. May your faith bring you hope. Peace, love and prayers...
Only met George a couple of times, but he was one of the nicest people I ever met. Will always remember the wonderful speech he made at Mike and Elizabeth's wedding...so heartfelt and moving! My condolences to the Barnes family.
Thanks for everyone's support. I'm add one of my favorite photos of George and Terry
To George...peace be with you. Great memories of our youth. I know you will be missed by all of us at Westport...especially the class of 66. My thoughts go out to your family.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Barnes family at this time. Attended Westport High with him and Fred ,many good memories !! Rest in peace GEORGE !!
George was my manager at food barn (Safeway). Knowing George gave me a work ethic I still have today. He will always be remembered........
My thoughts and prayers to the family. I went to Westport with George. So sorry for the loss. He will be missed by all.
I am so sorry to hear of George's passing. He was such a nice guy and always had a smile on his face. I went to High School with him. Westport Class of 66.
Rest now, George, your work here is done. I am sure you have left some wonderful memories for your family and friends.
Our hearts and prayers are with the family.
Our Hearts and Prayers go out to Mrs. Barnes & her family. Mr.Barnes will be missed, we enjoyed being able to know him.
Colleen (Mimi & LuLu's)
I also was at Westport with George and remember how fun loving and friendly he was always! We will miss him always.
George was always up beat, & had a smile for everyone.
Prayers to all the family. His Westport family will surely miss him.
My thoughts and prayers are with George's family. I, too, graduated from Westport in 1966 with George. What a great person, R.I.P. George.
Judy (Decker) Morgan, Phoenix, AZ.
My thoughts and prayers are with George's family. I also attended Westport with George and he always had a smile. He will be missed!
So sorry to hear about George. He was one of the most genuinely friendly people I've ever known. I enjoyed his honesty and his sense of humor. We will be thinking of Teri and Fred and the family.
We lost a good one. This world could use more people like George.
My condolences to all of the Barnes family.I had the honor to have went to Westport High School with George and graduated with him with the class of 1966.R.I.P. George.
Terry Beth and family-you are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.
Our sincere condolences to Terry and her family, and to Fred and John. You're in our prayers.
My condolences to Fred and John and to Terry and her family. All are in our prayers.