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January 17, 2018
Words are never adequate in moments like these. Mr. Barnard's unfailing support of our local Veterans is a legacy that will not soon be forgotten and he will be greatly missed by this community. We pray for your peace during this difficult time.
January 16, 2018
I had the privilege of knowing Doug for 50 years. He and my Dad worked at the Ga. Railroad Bank together. He was a wonderful person and always took and interest in me, even when I was a teen. I had not seen Doug in a few years, but I did have the opportunity to talk to him when he was nominated for the ARC Hall of Fame. I was helping out the committee, and called him to get a resume. I new his age, because he was a little younger than my Dad. However, I was immediately struck on how sharp his mind was, and the things he could remember about the early days at the Bank. We had a pleasant conversation, and I was so happy that we were able to honor him while he was still alive. He was the epitome of a "Southern Gentleman", and was a great Statesman for Augusta. I and all Augustans that new him were truly blessed.......and we will miss him. Praying for Betty and his family.
January 16, 2018
Pam, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I loved both of your parents and pray for comfort for you and your family.
January 15, 2018
Dear Betty,
The Davis family is so sorry to hear about Doug. Keith always held hiim in such high esteem. The Augusta community has lost a gem but he was most assuredly received at the gates by multitudes who love him. We love you and will be praying for God's peace to surround you over the coming days and weeks.

Love,
Lori, Michael, McNeill and Dot
January 15, 2018
Betty- My thoughts are with you and your family. I always enjoyed seeing his smiling face when I would come visit. Miss you both! Much love Jennifer and Genevieve (Acute Care Veterinary Clinic and Meow Town)
January 14, 2018
Dear Betty and family, We are so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. We remember fondly our times with you and pray God will strengthen you during this sad time. Our condolences to the whole family as we will be unable to be at the funeral. Love, Martha & Otis
January 14, 2018
Family of Rep Barnard, it was always a pleasure to talk with Doug at Dental functions and at Ga Legislature. He was so helpful always honest and a fine Southern gentleman. His legacy in Ga and Augusta area will live on
Dr Patricia Palmer-Monk
January 13, 2018
Mrs. Barnard, my family and I (Corey Bernard named for Congressman Barnard in 1977) send our Condolences and love to you and your family. I thank God I could personally meet, serve and speak with him. It's perfectly fitting that his Home going is on Martin Luther King Day!!! Magnificent men of God. I'll be there and here for your assistance.

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