Lynette Crouch Barnett
July 5, 1959 -
October 2, 2017

Visitation

October 4, 2017
5 PM until 8 PM

Service 

October 5, 2017
11:00 AM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral service for Mrs. Lynette Crouch Barnett, known as “G” to her granddaughters, age 58, of Flintville, will be conducted at 11 AM on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at Higgins Funeral Home with Jeff Walden officiating. Burial will follow in Campbell Cemetery beside her husband, Frankie Carl Barnett, who passed in 2008.

Mrs. Barnett was a native of Lincoln County, TN and daughter of the late Earl Smith and Jewell Evangline McAlister Crouch. She was a Girl Scout Leader with the Flintville Troop, worked for Cato Fashion Store and of the Baptist Faith.

Survivors include her daughter, Leah Evangline Barnett of Flintville; son, Frankie Chad (Brittany) Barnett of Fayetteville; granddaughters, Piper-Jo Barnett and Ily Barnett; sister, Beverly Crouch (Terry) Posey of Elora; and several nieces and nephews.

Visitation with the family will be at 5 PM until 8 PM Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at Higgins Funeral Home. Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Mrs. Lynette Crouch Barnett.

Video Services

19 Comments

  1. Billy and Cindy Langford,

    Very shocked about lynette-last time I saw her she was enjoying her grand-daughter-praying for God’s comfort for Leah and Chad and family-always enjoyed times we were together

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  2. marcella scott

    With sincere sympathy to the family May God wrap his arms around each of you.

    John 3.16

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  3. marcella scott

    With our sincere sympathy to the family of Lynette. She was a precious lady and will be sadly missed .
    Marcella Mccorkle Scott

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  4. Amy Osteen

    So sorry to learn of Lynette’s passing. I remember when she “tricked” me to get me upstairs at the COOP for a baby shower in 1984!! She helped me so much at CATO
    May God be with you all at this difficult it time.

    Reply
  5. Sherry Culpepper

    Beverly and family, I am so very sorry and a bit shocked to hear this news. My heart breaks for you all. Please know my thoughts and especially my prayers are with you cousin. To Lynettes children and grandchildren, I have and always will miss her sweet smile and light-hearted laugh. She had a Good heart and loved her family fiercely. God Bless you all.

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  6. Rhonda Wilbanks

    To know Lynette was to love her, she was one of the kindest spirit I’ve ever meet. She alwayed maded me smile. She never meet a stranger and talk to everybody like she’d known them a lifetime. I know shes looking down from Heaven with Frankie by her side with a great big smile and rejoicing with all her love ones that have gone on before her…
    RIP my sweet friend….

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  7. Rhonda Wilbanks

    Lynette was one of the kindest spirit I’ve ever meet. She alwayed maded me smile. She never meet a stranger and talk to everybody like she’d known them a lifetime. I know shes looking down from Heaven with Frankie by her side with a great big smile and rejoicing with all her love ones that have gone on before her…
    RIP my sweet friend….

    Reply
  8. Loyce Ann Hutto

    I am so sorry to hear about her passing wish we could make it up there for it..Will keep praying for you all me and Eva both

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  9. Teresa Sullivan

    I loved Lynette. We worked together at The Cato Corporation. She had such a kind, gental way about her. Even after we both left Cato, we kept in touch. She always sent love thru facebook posts. She will be greatly missed. So sad to hear about her passing but I know she is standing with her beloved husband and parents in a place with no more pain, no more tears and no more sadness. Lynette is in the arms of our Lord and Savior.
    Deepest sympathy to her children and family. May God hold you, comfort you and sustain you as you prepare to lay Lynette to rest.
    Your work on earth is done Lynette. You did good. You will never be forgotten. I hope you know how much I enjoyed our friendship. Rest in peace. ??

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  10. Brenda Bowers

    A truly loved soul. No more pain. Prayers for her loved ones, may the Lord comfort you with his peace during this time.

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  11. Bobbie Panter

    Lynette was a friend and fellow student from Elora Elementary on through Flintville High School. Her laughter was infectious, She was a precious person. Prayers and condolences to her family.

    Reply
  12. Karen Karch Gilliam

    I was shocked to learn of Lynette’s passing. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Reply
  13. Janice Durham

    so terribly saddened by Lynette’s passing–have known her since she was about 2 yrs old–may the Lord hold all the family in the palm of his hand and give them peace.

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  14. Pam Camp Shores

    So sorry to hear this, I grew up with Lynette. Prayers and comfort to her family.

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  15. Cindy Wall

    I’m so sorry to hear this. Lynette was always so kind.

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  16. Debbie Morris

    So shocked to hear about Lynette. My prayers are with you all.

    Reply
  17. Cathy Jennings

    I was so sorry to hear about Lynette. May God sustain you with His love as well as your many wonderful memories.

    Reply
  18. Pat Dillon

    I am saddened to hear of Lynette’s passing. I am praying for the family. So sad to hear this news. My deepest sympathies to the family.

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  19. Ola Archer

    I am so deeply saddened of the passing of Lynette, a lifelong Elora neighbor and friend. My deepest sympathies for her friends and family. Ola Archer

    Reply

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19 Comments

  1. Billy and Cindy Langford,

    Very shocked about lynette-last time I saw her she was enjoying her grand-daughter-praying for God’s comfort for Leah and Chad and family-always enjoyed times we were together

    Reply
  2. marcella scott

    With sincere sympathy to the family May God wrap his arms around each of you.

    John 3.16

    Reply
  3. marcella scott

    With our sincere sympathy to the family of Lynette. She was a precious lady and will be sadly missed .
    Marcella Mccorkle Scott

    Reply
  4. Amy Osteen

    So sorry to learn of Lynette’s passing. I remember when she “tricked” me to get me upstairs at the COOP for a baby shower in 1984!! She helped me so much at CATO
    May God be with you all at this difficult it time.

    Reply
  5. Sherry Culpepper

    Beverly and family, I am so very sorry and a bit shocked to hear this news. My heart breaks for you all. Please know my thoughts and especially my prayers are with you cousin. To Lynettes children and grandchildren, I have and always will miss her sweet smile and light-hearted laugh. She had a Good heart and loved her family fiercely. God Bless you all.

    Reply
  6. Rhonda Wilbanks

    To know Lynette was to love her, she was one of the kindest spirit I’ve ever meet. She alwayed maded me smile. She never meet a stranger and talk to everybody like she’d known them a lifetime. I know shes looking down from Heaven with Frankie by her side with a great big smile and rejoicing with all her love ones that have gone on before her…
    RIP my sweet friend….

    Reply
  7. Rhonda Wilbanks

    Lynette was one of the kindest spirit I’ve ever meet. She alwayed maded me smile. She never meet a stranger and talk to everybody like she’d known them a lifetime. I know shes looking down from Heaven with Frankie by her side with a great big smile and rejoicing with all her love ones that have gone on before her…
    RIP my sweet friend….

    Reply
  8. Loyce Ann Hutto

    I am so sorry to hear about her passing wish we could make it up there for it..Will keep praying for you all me and Eva both

    Reply
  9. Teresa Sullivan

    I loved Lynette. We worked together at The Cato Corporation. She had such a kind, gental way about her. Even after we both left Cato, we kept in touch. She always sent love thru facebook posts. She will be greatly missed. So sad to hear about her passing but I know she is standing with her beloved husband and parents in a place with no more pain, no more tears and no more sadness. Lynette is in the arms of our Lord and Savior.
    Deepest sympathy to her children and family. May God hold you, comfort you and sustain you as you prepare to lay Lynette to rest.
    Your work on earth is done Lynette. You did good. You will never be forgotten. I hope you know how much I enjoyed our friendship. Rest in peace. ??

    Reply
  10. Brenda Bowers

    A truly loved soul. No more pain. Prayers for her loved ones, may the Lord comfort you with his peace during this time.

    Reply
  11. Bobbie Panter

    Lynette was a friend and fellow student from Elora Elementary on through Flintville High School. Her laughter was infectious, She was a precious person. Prayers and condolences to her family.

    Reply
  12. Karen Karch Gilliam

    I was shocked to learn of Lynette’s passing. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Reply
  13. Janice Durham

    so terribly saddened by Lynette’s passing–have known her since she was about 2 yrs old–may the Lord hold all the family in the palm of his hand and give them peace.

    Reply
  14. Pam Camp Shores

    So sorry to hear this, I grew up with Lynette. Prayers and comfort to her family.

    Reply
  15. Cindy Wall

    I’m so sorry to hear this. Lynette was always so kind.

    Reply
  16. Debbie Morris

    So shocked to hear about Lynette. My prayers are with you all.

    Reply
  17. Cathy Jennings

    I was so sorry to hear about Lynette. May God sustain you with His love as well as your many wonderful memories.

    Reply
  18. Pat Dillon

    I am saddened to hear of Lynette’s passing. I am praying for the family. So sad to hear this news. My deepest sympathies to the family.

    Reply
  19. Ola Archer

    I am so deeply saddened of the passing of Lynette, a lifelong Elora neighbor and friend. My deepest sympathies for her friends and family. Ola Archer

    Reply

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