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September 2, 1948 ~ January 19, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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My life has come to an end, and it is now time for me to be poured out as a sacrifice to God. I have fought the good fight; I have completed the race; I have kept the faith. II Timothy 4: 6-7.
As dawn of a new day began on Friday, January 19, 2024, for many it was the beginning of a new day, but here on earth for Timmy, it was the beginning of his journey home to be with the Lord.
Timothy Nicholas Barnett, the son of the late Viola Johnson, was born on September 2, 1948, in St. Michaels, Maryland.
He loved to watch professional wrestling matches and he liked traveling to see wrestling matches in person. Friends remember his huge smile and most of all, his Faith in God.
Timmy was a member of Thurman Memorial Church of God in Christ. Timmy was very active in his Church. He was a Deacon in Training, played the drums and collected the offering. He was a witness for the Lord and boldly declared his faith. Timmy continued to witness even while he was hospitalized.
In November 1994, Tim became a resident of the Chesapeake Group Homes. He lived in various houses based on his roommate preferences. Timmy was an active member of the Center for 30 years. Timmy would share how he received encouragement and instruction from his Pastor.
Timmy leaves to cherish his precious memory, sister, Catherine King and his brother-in-law, Reverend Dr. Terris King, nephew, Terris King II, niece, Reverend Miya King-Ridenhour, great nephews; Chase King and Christopher Ridenhour, great niece, Rhian Ridenhour, cousin, Darlene Chester, his special friend, Josephine Brice and other cousins and friends.
Timmy loved the Lord, his family, his Pastor and his Church. He will be missed by all who loved and knew him.