Patricia B. Owsley Barnes, age 74 of
Lexington passed from this life on Sunday, November 27, 2016 at
the Pine Meadows Health Care Facility in Lexington.
Patricia was born February 13, 1942,
in Somerset, daughter of Vivian Berrien Owsley and the late
Charles Clifford Owsley. She was a graduate of the Old Dunbar
High School in Somerset. Before her health began to
decline, Patricia enjoyed attending her church and visiting
other churches, as well as shopping and spoiling her
grandchildren. She often held three jobs at a time,
especially at Christmas-time, so she could enjoy shopping. She
was a loving and dedicated Daughter, Wife, Mother and
Grandmother. She was a member of Phillips Memorial CME Church,
of Lexington. Patricia was the widow of the late Osrow Ed
Barnes, who preceded her in death on April 16, 2013.
Patricia is survived by her Mother,
Vivian Berrien Owsley, of Lexington; two loving daughters,
Yolanda Barnes, and Charlesetta (Roy Johnson) Barnes, of
Lexington. Her grandchildren Devont’e Barnes, Ashlee Tarrence
and Chole’ Fields; Her great-grandchildren Charlesetta Davis,
Nina Davis and Ashtyn Buster; a special cousin Teresa E. Pope,
of Buffalo, New York; Her brothers-in-law; Thomas
(Patricia) Barnes, Ernest (Sandra) Barnes, Bishop Eric (Bernice)
Barnes, Edward T. (Carrie) Barnes, John H. Barnes, Billy
J.Barnes, Ronnie Barnes, Freddie (Jaymee) Stephens, Anthony
(Misty) Stephens, and Michael Stephens. Her sisters-in
law; Shirley (Bishop Wm. P.) Hardin, Betty (Edward) Cook, Bertha
(Raymond, Jr.) Cowan, Jeanetta Alexander and Gwendolyn Barnes.
Patricia was preceded in death by her
Father; her Husband; her brothers in law, Herman Barnes, Chester
Alexander; and sister in law Rosemarie Barnes. Two nephews,
Anthony Barnes, Ronald Lee Barnes; and niece, Sara Rose Barnes.
Visitation will be held on Saturday,
December 3, 2016, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Phillips Memorial
CME Church, 421 Corral Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Funeral will be held on Saturday,
December 3, 2016 at 1:00 pm at Phillips Memorial CME Church, 421
Corral Street, Lexington, Kentucky with Bishop Eric Barnes and
Pastor Delmeteria Cason Combs Officiating.