Kaye Barrier

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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I was blessed to have a life long friend in my sister in christ, Kaye. I will miss spending time with her, her laugh and love for others. I will see her again one day when we will meet at the feet of Jesus. Our loss is Heavens gain because no one can replace her in our hearts. Love, Debby and Sonny Cox

Kaye and I were childhood friends ~ no matter how much time and distance came between us we always took up where we left off. One of my fondest memories was when she entered and won the Miss North Carolina Wheelchair Pageant. My mom made Kaye the most beautiful needle point cover for the back of her chair. Cardinals, dogwood blooms and other things that represent NC. She always allowed God to be in our converstions and guide us no matter where we were on our journey together.

So sorry to hear this. Richard and I went to school with Kaye. May God bless her family and give you peace.

Dear Family,
God has acquired an Angel, for sure! May He Bless & keep you in your time of sadness...

I knew Kaye and had been out of touch with her for many years and by chance saw this obit today. I have so many fond memories of her. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Kaye worshiped the LORD in her life and anyone who was in her presence was aware of this. All who met Kaye were blessed by any casual or spiritual encounter. I was blessed by being paired with her in Stephen Ministry training where it was intimate. I really came away with much respect for that lady. I have been blessed with other Bible studies with her and Missy as well and they made a dynamic team for spreading GOD's Word at Church as well as their home. I will miss seeing her because...

Deepest sorrow for your loss of your mom........
Remembering you fondly,

Lane Stallings

I am so sad to hear about Kaye. I worked with her a long time ago in Charlotte. I remember the excited when she and Buddy added Jason and Jessica to made their family complete. We both left work to have our families and over the years I had lost touch with her. She was such a special person! My thoughts and prayers go out to her Jason and Jessica and their families.

We pray God's great arms of comfort for the family and caregiver of Kaye. She will certainly be missed.


Kaye's Obituaries

Kaye Cline Barrier North Myrtle Beach Kaye Cline Barrier was lead into the presence of her God by the hand of her Savior on Friday, November 16, 2012. Born, Phyllis Kaye Cline, 1947 in Concord, NC, she has made her home in North Myrtle Beach, SC since 1992. She was a graduate of Winecoff High...

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