Earl Faggart Barringer
1931 - 2021
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Mr. Earl Faggart Barringer 89, of Concord, passed away on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at his residence surrounded by his family and friend.

The visitation will be Sunday, September 19, 2021at 1:30 p.m. at Wilkinson Funeral Home. A service to celebrate Earl's life will follow at 3 pm at the Wilkinson Chapel, officiated by the Rev. Jimmy Barrett with burial to follow at Carolina Memorial Park in Kannapolis.

Mr. Barringer was born on Sept 26, 1931, in Cabarrus County, son of the late James R. Barringer and Maude Faggart Barringer. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his children's mother, Joyce Bodenheimer Barringer; sisters, Faye Sikes, Ila Watson, Geneva Harvell; brothers, James Barringer, Frank Barringer and Leonard Barringer.

Earl was a member of Poplar Grove Baptist Church, and was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during the Korean War. He retired from Consolidated Freightways. He enjoyed fishing, cooking for his family and friends and spending time with his family.

Mr. Barringer is survived by his daughters, Donna Barringer of the home, Debra Pidatella (Mike) of Magnolia Texas; granddaughter, Jennifer Janke (Konrad) of Conroe TX; and one great grandchild, Clara Janke of Conroe Texas. He is also survived by one sister, Ola Sells, of Harrisburg, and various special nieces and nephews.

Memorials may be made to Poplar Grove Baptist Church 3476 Poplar Tent Rd, Concord, NC 28027.

Mask wearing is required for the vitiation and service.

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Published in Wilkinson Funeral Home from Sep. 16 to Sep. 17, 2021.
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