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May 20, 2021

Obituary

Barry Scott Stringfield

August 13, 1953 - May 18, 2021

Barry Scott Stringfield, age 67 and a resident of Franklinton, passed away Tuesday afternoon May 18, 2021 at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. He was employed at REA for eleven years before taking time off to raise his family. Barry worked alongside his family in the dairy business for several years then returned to Washington/St. Tammany Electric Co-Op in 2004. He was currently a lineman supervisor and a very dedicated employee, always quick to respond to the needs of his community during storms and power outages. Barry was an avid outdoorsman who loved fishing and hunting in the Bogue Chitto River swamp where he grew up. He was a loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather that enjoyed spending time with his family.

Survived by: Wife of 43 years: Cathy Warren Stringfield of Franklinton; Children and Spouses: Lisa and Brent Hoggatt of Franklinton, Denny and Melissa Stringfield of Mt. Hermon, Lindsey and Anne Stringfield of Franklinton; Grandchildren: Kaitlyn Hoggatt Stuart and husband Matthew Stuart of Pine, Sarah Hoggatt of Franklinton, Brianna LaSalle, Addyson Stringfield, Wyatt Stringfield all of Mt. Hermon; Sister: Linda S. Day, her son Scott Day and grandson Taylor Day all of Mobile, AL; Brothers in law and a Sister in law: Stephen and Nina Warren, John Ira Warren and their families

He was preceded in death by his parents Ashley Stringfield and Franklie Welch Stringfield and his grandparents.

A graveside funeral service will be held at 11:00 am Saturday May 22nd in the Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery (42592 Bethel Road, Franklinton) with Rev. Ray Wuerzer officiating.

Pallbearers: Wade Magee, Kelton Breland, Andrew Jenkins, Darryl Cooper, Tim Martin, Allan Broadway

Honorary Pallbearers are Dennis Robbins, Raymond Fisher, Robbie Stringfield and all his fellow coworkers and friends at WST.

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