“Dear Mr. Barnett you will be greatly missed. We walked the same halls of the same schools from Woodrow to Mabank. I was never in one of your classes but I know a lot that was we would meet & talk in the halls. You were a sweet & caring person thank you for our little talks. We have lost a Great Teacher but he touched many hearts. Thank you, for touching mine.
“I am saddened to hear of Joe's passing. When he was a member of MPAC, he was always such a dear man. A gentleman to the end. Our word is a little dimmer but heaven, a good deal brighter. Our love and prayers to Libby and his family.
“Kim & Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sheri Hatzenbuehler Proske
“Joe put a positive mark on our family for over 25 years. I enjoyed and will miss our conversations from my job, sports, life in general and Faith in God but there are so many more! I will miss you but hold you close at heart!
“Thank you to the many wonderful folks that have embraced our family during this difficult time. We feel the Love.
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Joe S. Barnett, 76, died March 30, 2013, of Alzheimer's Disease in Austin. Services will be held at Round Rock Presbyterian Church in Round Rock, Texas, on Friday, April 5, at 2 p.m.Joe was a 1954 graduate of Waco High and a 1958 graduate of UT. Joe retired from Dallas ISD in 1992, where he had...Read More