Myrtle Mickey Barnes

China Grove, North Carolina

Jul 18, 1914 - Feb 28, 2012

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Dona I spoke to my sister last nite she told me about your mother she lived a long a wonderful life and I offer my condolences. Roy Land, Miami, Florida

"Dear Family; Please accept my condolence. Keep close to your heart loving memories and cherished moments. May the Hearer of prayer comfort you. Psalms 65:2

Dona,i know your mother had a big smile on her face when she took her last breath cause her next breath was with Jesus. i bet she is singing all over heaven. Our prayers go out to you Dona .mrs.Barns was a special lady at Liberty bap. love and prayers Billy and Robin mcdowell

Dona, I have special memories of your mother singing and you playing the piano at Central Baptist Church when I was a teenager. I know you'll always treasure the memories of times shared with your mother and feel blessed that you had a Godly mother who loved you so much. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Watching the above photo clips of Aunt Myrtle brought back so many many memories. She will be missed deeply. Now.. the Bangle sisters are once again reunited as angels. May God be with you at this difficult time.

Your mother will be remembered always by those of us who had the pleasure of knowing her and her music at Big Elm. What a delight she was and how dedicated she was to sharing the gospel through her music. She made a difference for so many. Thank you for sharing her with all of us. God bless you!

We will miss Mrs. Barnes lovely smile and singing voice over at CJ's on Thursday nights. My husband & I didn't know all of you too long but thought she was a very sweet lady.

Cat & Richard Tobin

Tammy, the girls and I all wish to express our deepest sympathy to you. Mrs. Barnes was a wonderfully sweet woman, and we are so glad we had the opportunity to live next to her, and to get to know you. We love you. Mike Mallimo and family.

Dona, We just wanted to let you know that our hearts go out to you during this difficult time in your life. The loss of a mother is really hard to cope with. Just remember all the wonderful years and good times you had with her and know that she is in GODS' loving arms now. We were glad we got to meet your Mother, although it was for a short time. She had the most beaming personality and always had a smile on her face. She really love to sing and we love to...


Myrtle's Obituaries

Myrtle 'Mickey' BarnesSALISBURY - Myrtle "Mickey" Bangle Cross Barnes, 97, went to be with the Lord from her home, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, following a period of declining health. Born July 18, 1914, in Rowan County, she was the daughter of the late Paul Thomas and Carrie Lingle Bangle....

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