In Remembrance

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Thomas Robert Barnabee Jr.

March 5, 1937 - June 18, 2022

Private Service.

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Posted by:
Edna Petersen

Posted on:
June 29, 2022

Ralph and I danced to Bob's calling over the years. He was a guest at our house once and Ralph put potatoes in Bob's shoes. I remember the great times we had meeting so many people. So sorry to hear of his passing. Maybe he's calling up yonder.

Posted by:
Bill & Jody Snyder

Posted on:
June 28, 2022

Bob was one of my best friends. He was a wonderful person and a great caller. Bob and Connie's house was always open to friends, for coffee and conversation. The world has lost a wonderful person. Connie I wish we were closer so I could give you a hug. But know that we are thinking of you and have you in our prayers. Bill & Jody

Posted by:
Amy Gardner

Posted on:
June 27, 2022

Oh. . . . . I just enjoyed Bob so much! He sat directly behind me in the North Shore Voices choir, Quick witted and good joke teller, when I turned around to add my 2 cents to whatever those tenor guys were talking about, he'd say "Amy! Face the front!". It became an ongoing joke between us as I do sometimes stick my nose into where it doesn't belong. Sometimes I barely made a move to turn around and he'd start with his joke command. Besides being an excellent tenor, he was just so jovial and good hearted!!! I will miss him greatly. We all will. Condolences to Connie, family and friends.

Posted by:
Linda Sullivan

Posted on:
June 27, 2022

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. We will keep Connie and family in our prayers. Lots of fond memories square dancing with you and Bob! ????

Posted by:
Dean A Fishel

Posted on:
June 27, 2022

Our deepest sympathy to Connie and all Bob's family and loved ones. How we loved calling Square Dances and helping people have fun with music. I sing real low bass and when we could call together WE had fun. It was wonderful we got to share those experiences. Dean & Mary Fishel.