Kenneth R. BARETT

White Bear Lake, Minnesota

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Lori & Family,
God will definitely show you the way to smiling again. I know this experience will change you forever. Just remember all the good times you shared with your dad and all the love he gave you throughout the years. He is not gone. He will live in your heart forever.

With his infectious laugh, smile and if you were lucky a little jab in the shoulder he let those around him know he enjoyed life. We all are better for knowing you Barett! I will never forget your stories of life you shared and I too will eventually join 10 gallon blood donor club.

Mr. Barett was like a second dad to me considering Terri and I begged for sleepovers every weekend! I will miss this man dearly even though I haven't seen him in quite a while. He was bigger than life in my eyes. I am sorry for your loss Pat (Mrs. Barett to me still), Terri, Lori and Brett. Thank you for sharing him with us.

Brett and family,

I'm so sorry for the loss of your dad. Having lost my dad years ago, I truly understand the walk you are taking and the shoes you are doing it in. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you move forward with your memories. Brett, I remember the stories you told me when we were co-workers at PowerMation of your dad, and I have to say it made me laugh thinking about us sitting around the lunch table and you sharing your stories of him. Mostly what were you...

we always said to each other that we have to quit meeting like this. You will be missed so much. Pat and family we are so sorry about your loss, you have are deepest sympathy.
Richard and Sharon

I will miss my Uncle Ken. He made a difference in my life and will be missed. Sorry for your loss, Aunt Pat, Terri, Lori & Brett and families.

We are so sorry to hear of Kenny's death. Great friend, great sense of humor, great ball player, great fireman, and a very great man that will be missed. Don and Helen Peterson

I'm sorry of the passing of your father and husband this past week. I have many wonderful memories of your dad growing up "down the street" from your parents.

We're so sorry for your loss of Ken. We cherish the friendship we've had with your family through the years. We'll miss his great smile, and all of his fun stories. Rest in peace, good friend. Lola and Orval Frieler


Kenneth's Obituaries

Retired WBL firefighter Age 83 of White Bear Lake Preceded in death by brother Loren, sister Shirley Kinning. Much loved father, grand-father, and great-grandfather. Survived by his loving wife of 63 years Patricia; children Terri Barett, Lori (Dean) Duffney, Brett (Lisa); 7 grandchildren David...

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