Raymond Lee Barrett

Raymond Lee Barrett
Raymond Lee Barrett

Raymond Lee Barrett, 84, of Amarillo, TX died Friday, June 10, 2022.

Memorial services will be at 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at Hillside Christian Church Chapel, 6100 S Soncy Rd.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Raymond was born September 1, 1937, to S.L. and Opal Barrett in Breckenridge, TX where he graduated from Breckenridge High School.  For more than thirty years, Raymond worked for Southwestern Public Service/Xcel.  In his spare time, he loved to fish, golf, play pool, and spend time with family and friends.

Raymond was a member of the Optimist Club, Widowed Persons Society, and longtime member of Paramount Christian Church and Hillside Christian Church.  He was a volunteer at BSA Hospice Care of the Southwest.

Raymond was a loving father and husband.

He was preceded in death by his wife of forty years, Louise Barrett; and his second wife, Veradelle Barrett.

Survivors include his daughter, Celinda Barrett, of Amarillo, TX; and the children of Veradelle, Jan Hazelwood and husband Greg, of Corsicana, TX, and Julie Hawkins and husband Gary; and seven grandchildren.

At the family’s request, please do not send flowers, but instead donate to any of these organizations, Hillside Christian Church, BSA Hospice Care of the Southwest, or SPCA.

10 Replies to “Raymond Lee Barrett”

  1. Celinda, please know I am thinking of you and praying the treasured memories of your dad bring you comfort and peace. You have my deepest sympathy.

  2. Cindy, thank you for introducing and sharing your awesome dad with all of us. Who could picture him without his huge, encompassing smile? You’ve always been your daddy’s girl and he obviously coveted the honor. With loving wishes, DJ

  3. Lee was one of the most Godly man I’ve known. I worked with him at SPS/XCEL and he always had a kind word to say and a smile on his face. I saw him at Paramount Terrace.

  4. I have known Lee, Lucy and Cindy for 56 years. Celinda(Cindy) was in first grade with me at Coronado Elementary. Lee was our Kids Inc softball coach. I loved him and he always remembered me and gave me a hug. Lucy was our brownie troop leader. I always appreciated what they both did for our community. Comfort to you, Celinda and prayers for the void I know he leaves in your heart. 🙏🏻

  5. Lee was one of the kindest man I knew. I had the pleasure of working with him at SPS/Xcel for many years and he always such a pleasant attitude. My father, Ted Cummings, and his wife Tommie, ran around with him and Vera. They all had a good time and were good friends. He was also a good neighbor to my in-laws, Jim and Pearl McLemore. He will be greatly missed.
    Prayers for the family at this time.
    Katie and Rick McLemore

  6. Lee was such a special man. He would go out of his way to remember not only your name but significant facts about your life. He always had a smile on his face along with his “listening ears.” Celine’s, he will be missed! I know this leaves a hole in your heart and your life. I’m thankful he is visiting with Jesus now!

    1. Shirley,

      Dad loved people. He always enjoyed seeing you!
      I do miss him! But, I know that I will see Mom and Dad plus the rest of our families in Heaven for eternity. I’m going to enjoy life, serve Jesus and look forward to that day. Hope you and your family are doing well.

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