Carl C. Barrentine
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Carl C. Barrentine, born Dec. 20, 1947, and residing in the Farmstead community and formerly of Fayette County, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012. He was 64.

Carl was preceded in death by his father and mother, Carson and Velma (Gant) Barrentine; and his brother James Barrentine.

He is survived by his wife, Geraldean Barrentine; two sons, Brian Barrentine and Darrell Sellers (Christy); one daughter, Amanda Barrentine Black (Chris); two stepsons, Greg and Shawn Fanin; three stepdaughters, Dana Daniel (Barry), Terra Tidwell (Kelsey), and Charlotte Fanin; four grandchildren, Brianna, Julin and Kanyon Barrentine, and Cole Sellers; and six step-grandchildren, Erin and Megan Fanin, Christoper and Bobby Haggard and Kara and Cody Tidwell.

He is survived by two brothers, Lecil Barrentine (Charlotte) and Willford Barrentine (Betty); and two sisters, Oleta Brunner (Milford) and Lynda Wright.

Viewing by the family will be at Collins Burke Funeral Home today, Oct. 18, 2012, at 5 p.m. and by friends at 6 p.m.

Visitation will be Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, from noon until 1 p.m. at Collins Burke Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be officiated by Pastor Dennis Farley at Collins Burke Funeral Home Chapel in Jasper at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, and conclude with a graveside prayer at Flatwoods Community Baptist Church Cemetery by Pastor Robert Madison.

Honorary pallbearers will be local UMWA miners David Beavers, Darrel Brown, Joe Fields, Bobby Halbrook, Roger Hulsey, Byron Miller, Harold Rollo and Terry Rutledge.

Carl worked 36 1/2 years in several local mines, and he was very, very proud of his career. His last workplace was Shoal Creek Mine, where he retired in April 2009.

The three things Carl enjoyed most in life were serving God, gardening and shooting the bull with his UMWA brothers.

Carl was a wonderful loving husband, father, grandfather and brother, and was a true friend. He was something important to everyone he met. He kept and lived his faith in Jesus Christ until the very end, and he was an inspiration to everyone around him.

Collins Burke Funeral Home, Jasper; 205-384-5571