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Terry Lee Barnes June 19, 2019

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“I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:”  2nd Timothy 4:7

Mr.Terry Lee Barnes, son of the late Mr. James & Mrs. Clara Mae Barnes was born November 7, 1949 and departed this life Wednesday June 19, 2019 at Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Lumberton, North Carolina. He was 69 years old.

Terry attended Lumberton City Schools and graduated from South Lumberton Junior-Senior High School in 1969, and from Robeson Community College with a degree in Masonry.

After graduation, he joined the US Army and after completing his tour. received an honorable discharge.

Terry worked for many years at Scottish Packing Company and Kash and Karry as one of their best meat cutters. Later he was employed and retired from West Lumberton Elementary School (PSRC).

A very humorous person, Terry kept his friends entertained with his witty jokes. He was a loving and caring person who enjoyed fishing with his brothers, nephews and close friends. He also enjoyed singing and playing around.

He loved the Lord and worked diligently at McCormick Chapel AME Church, Hilly Branch Baptist Church and in the community, volunteering at the Lumberton Christian Care Center. His life reflected the saying: If I can help somebody as I travel along, then my living will not be in vain. When Hurricanes Matthew and Florence hit Robeson County, he became a volunteer worker helping all who were struggling to get back on their feet.

Terry was faithful at his church Hilly Branch Missionary Baptist under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Joseph M. Dunham. He served in many capacities; the Male Choir President, Trustee, church custodian, and member and choir representative with the Big Six.

Terry belonged to Antioch Lodge #113 and Allen Mingo #325 Consistory. NC. Terry became a 33rd Mason in 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Terry met the love of his life Lasenia Smith Barnes and they were blessed to have three wonderful children whom they loved dearly. William “Tyke” Odom III, who preceded him in death, Monica Terell Barnes and Omeshia Barnes Adedara (David).

He leaves to cherish fond memories: His wife Lasenia, daughters Monica and Omeshia (David), his sister Linda Barnes,  his brothers Donald (Lucille), Charles (Wanda) Barnes all of Lumberton, North Carolina; One step-sister and one step brother. Grandchildren Justin Odom, Tajinee Barnes, Lee Terrione Barnes; and Diondre Townsend all of Lumberton.  Sisters-in-law: Alice Faye Evans (William) of Lumberton, North Carolina and Esteen Williams of Newburgh, New York; Brothers-in -law; Delano Smith of Lumberton North Carolina, Norman Smith (Terry), and Lacy Smith all of Charlotte, North Carolina; Aunts. Estella Brown, Winston-Salem NC; Joyce Brown of Kansas City, Missouri; Uncle; Willie Lee Brown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Funeral is Wednesday at 1:00 PM at McCormick Chapel AME Church in Lumberton, NC. Special Rites will be conveyed at 12:00 noon at the church. Visitation will be on Tuesday from 4:00 to 6:00 at McCormick Chapel. Burial will follow in the Moores Landing Cemetery off Old 74 with Military and Masonic Rites.

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    Tommy Horton class 2007 VP says

    Wherever you may chance to be; wherever you may roam: far away in foreign lands or just at Home, Sweet Home; It always gives you pleasure, it makes your heart strings hum just to hear the words of cheer – “I see you’ve traveled some.” When you get the brother’s greeting and he takes you by the hand, it thrills you with a feeling you cannot understand. You feel that bond of brotherhood; that tie that’s sure to come when you hear him say in a friendly way, “I see you’ve traveled some.” And if you are a stranger in a strange land, all alone If fate has left you stranded, dead broke and far from home, if a stranger stops and takes your hand, it thrills you – makes you numb, when he says with a grip of fellowship, “I see you’ve traveled some.” And when your final summons comes to take a last long trip. Adorned with Lambskin Apron white and gems of fellowship. The Tiler at the Golden Gate with square and rule and plumb will size up your deeds and say “Walk in, I see you’ve traveled some

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    Samuel & Brenda Powell says

    You are in our thoughts
    as you find your way though this.
    We are praying for your healing,
    with the passage of time.
    We know you’ll miss him;
    we send our understanding
    and consolation.
    Know that the strain, the pain,
    will eventually ease.
    May your pleasant memories
    sustain and comfort you.
    You are in our thoughts.
    Samuel & Brenda Powell

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    Re. David and Carolyn Powell says

    Sad to hear of Bro. Terry’s passing, may GOD continue to bless the family during this time of loss

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    Barbara Guise says

    My deepest sympathies to all. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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    Mary P. Templeton says

    I am saddened to learn of Terry’s passing, but I know he’s in the arms of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Terry and I worked together at West Lumberton Elementary School in the 1990s. He was such a pleasure to know and I could always depend on him to assist me with any needs that arose. He had a quiet, pleasing manner about him and a smile that could win over anyone! When my daughter was getting married, Terry and his friend assisted in making her wedding reception a success. I saw Terry a few years ago in Ruby Tuesday, following church. We had such a nice reunion! I will continue to keep his family in my thoughts and prayers in the days to come. Thank you for sharing Terry with me and all the staff at West Lumberton Elementary School. He enriched our lives beyond measure!
    With deepest sympathy,
    Mary Templeton
    North Myrtle Beach, SC

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    Kenneth Addison says

    Sorry for your lost.Rip

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    Mrs. Mayme Tubbs says

    We all loved “Mr. Barnes” at West Lumberton Elementary School. From the Tuesday and Thursday French teacher, 1991-1998.

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    Sheriff Burnis Wilkins says

    Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

    Thinking of Your Family at this time.

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    Larry T Brooks says

    My prayers are for the family of Terry during his untimely passing. He was such a good person and hard worker during my tenure at West Lumberton Elementary School.

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    Pastor Stephanie Revell says

    To Pastor Forrester Barnes,
    I was saddened to hear of the loss of your brother, Terry. My thoughts are with you and your family and praying for God’s blessings of comfort, peace, and joyful memories upon each of you.
    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Pastor Revell

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    Sharon Locklear says

    Prayers and thoughts are with the family!

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