Wayne-Barnett-Obituary

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Wayne L. Barnett

Waco, Texas

Jul 12, 1942 - Jul 16, 2013

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I want to thank everyone for all the support and encouraging words. Its hard to be thankful this year but I am extremely thankful for the last 20.

Wayne, Dave, Freeda, taken by Charity at Bandido Kenny Smith 1%er funeral

My Brother Wayne,
Been a month since you passed and I still look at my phone every day to see if I've missed a call from you. I miss so much our times together, just doing what we do...the last 10 years have been the best! Thank you for being my friend and my Brother and showing me what the real meaning of friendship and Brotherhood, truly is. I look forward to seeing you at that roadside park in the sky and riding next to you again. Ride like the wind Brother!
ALL of my Love,...

To the family of Wayne it has been a long time since the days of Axtell but still remember them well. You will be missed by all that new you for you were one hell of a man. I was proud to know you. RIP my friend with the other Bro's before you..

Wishing the family a smooth transition through the stages of grief. May your hearts be filled with smiles when looking back on your memories together. Such an honorable man!

Dear Charity I'm so sad to here about Wayne . I wished I could be there just to be with u . U know I have been were u are and theirs not really any words to be said . I know he's in Heaven . My heart goes out to u . I love u and Wayne very much .I miss ya'll all the time . But remember he will always be right by your side forever and always .Love your friend sandcrab.

Wayne was a great friend to Mad Brad. He rescued me 18 years ago. May you and Brad be riding peaceful and pain free among the clouds.

Iam sorry i miss saying good by to a good friend Wayne always was a man of is word and stuck to is guns he was one of a kind and will be truly miss.

Wayne, you taught me so much over the years I don't think I'd be the woman I am today without your friendship. You and Charity are such amazing wonderful friends. I will always miss you. I can't think of you now without that laugh and it just makes me smile. Rest in peace, much love and respect!

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Wayne L. Barnett, also known as Bandido Barnett, of Killeen, passed away July 16, 2013. He was born on July 12, 1942 to D. C. and Violet Barnett in Waco, TX. Wayne graduated from University High School in 1961, and immediately joined the Air Force. He proudly served for 20 years, before retiring....

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