Earl Wade Barnett

Sanston, Virginia

Age 60


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Earl Wade Barnett, 60, of Sandston, passed away suddenly at his home on July 7, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edgar Howard and Edna Mae Barnett; sister, Francis Barnett Wilson; brother, Howard Edward Barnett; and a very special nephew, Vernon Wayne Barnett. He is survived by his...

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Please accept my condolence family and friends of Earl. As a lover of life I'm sure he will appreciate the gift of life God has given in mankind's behalf. (John 3:16)

I will treasure all the memories my family had with you when we came to va. Thank you for always opening your house and making it our home away from home. You will always be special to me. I wish I could tell you one last time how much I love you.

I had the pleasure of meeting Earl and working with him for over 13 years at Slurry Pavers. He was a good man with a good heart. He made me laugh regularly. You will be missed my friend. My deepest sympathy to all of his friends and family. R.I.P. Earl

Earl your positive attitude and words of wisdom will be missed greatly. when arriving to work every morning your easy going smile and the way you seem to make a problem just vanish only can be done by a man of your caliber GOD BLESS YOU WELCOME TO YOUR NEW ADDRESS YOUR TIME STARTS OVER 000 HEAVEN.

I had the chance to work with Earl at Slurry and he was one of the Nicest guys in the world. He would help you any way he could. He will be missed very much. My heart Goes out to you and your family

Uncle Earl was a special man. Even though I didn't get to see him as often as I'd liked, the times with him were joyous. I will miss you greatly Uncle!

Uncle Earl was a special man. And even though I didn't get to see him as often as I'd liked, the times together were joyous. I will miss you greatly Uncle!

To the Barnett Family:
I know that our hearts are broken but also know that time will heal our hearts but leave behind the scars to remind us of the love we all shared with one of the best men I ever knew. My heart is also filled with wonderful memories of Earl. He was a very special friend and I will miss him very much. Earl, you may be gone from here but you will never be forgotten.

I had the pleasure of working with Earl for almost 20 years, and I am so glad that I did. The little things like his morning rounds by my office to simply say "Morning Pat" will be truly missed. I will always enjoy remembering some of his "Earlisms" and through those memories he will continue to put a smile on my face.