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February 11, 2019


Robert Wayne "Bobby" Barber
August 20, 1961 - February 9, 2019

Robert Wayne Barber, affectionately known as Bobby Barber, made his earthly departure to his Heavenly eternal home on Saturday February 9, 2019, at the young age of 57 years, after fighting a “good fight”. He was born August 20, 1961, the eldest son of Robert Henry Barber and Emma Lee Jenkins Barber. Bobby worked for many years as an air conditioning/refrigeration repairman, until he was involved in an automobile accident that caused severe back issues to the point he could no longer do his work. Though he was no longer able to do a lot of the physical labor, he refused to let his disability stop him from ministering to others in whatever way he possibly could, whether it be baking a sweet treat for another family going through this very type of difficult hour or helping a widow with her small appliance repair needs or standing as the door-keeper and greeter at Ben’s Ford Baptist Church. One of his greatest joys in life was ministering to others. Bobby was the president of the Washington Parish Chapter of WoodmenLife and he worked diligently to provide new American flags to the graves of deceased veterans in cemeteries throughout the area. He also loved the outdoors and enjoyed working with his cows. He will be greatly missed by many throughout the community.

He leaves to cherish his fond memories: His precious wife of nearly 38 years: Audrey Seals Barber of Bogalusa; Daughter and Son in law: Tena Barber Martin and Beau David Martin of Bogalusa; Son: Royce Barber of Bogalusa; Granddaughter: Victoria Danielle Martin that was his pride and joy, the apple of Paw Paw’s eye and his #1 sidekick; Sister and Brother in law: Debbie Barber Burdeaux and Fred Burdeaux of Bogalusa; Brother: Paul R. Barber of Bogalusa; 5 Sisters in law and a Brother in law: Martha Young of Bogalusa, Elaine Passman of Franklinton, Barbara and Tommy Hall of Pine, Kathaleen Passman, Cindy LaCroix both of Franklinton; 2 Brothers in law and a Sister in law: David and Marilyn Seals of Franklinton, Casey Seals of Tylertown; Also numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, countless cousins, friends and extended family including his brothers and sisters in Christ at Ben’s Ford Baptist Church, whom he loved dearly.

He was preceded in death by his parents Robert Henry Barber and Emma Lee Jenkins Barber, many aunts and uncles and a very special cousin that made his home-going journey a couple days prior, Aaron Hughes.

Visitation will be at Ben’s Ford Baptist Church (58521 Hwy. 439, Bogalusa) on Tuesday February 12th from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm and after 10:00 am on Wednesday. A home-going celebration service will be held in the church at 2:00 pm Wednesday with Rev. Caleb Martin, Rev. Lynn Martin, and Rev. Jimmy Byrd officiating. His earthly body will be laid to rest near his precious momma and daddy in the Springhill/Magee Cemetery near Franklinton. Crain Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers: Royce Barber, Steven Burdeaux, Ronnie Charbonnett, Allen Fortenberry, Percy Knight, Richard Moran, Virgil Seals, Chris McClelland

Honorary Pallbearers: Darron Simmons, Willie J. Penton, the men of the Senior Adult Sunday School Class of Ben's Ford Baptist Church

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