In Memory of

Harlin Barnett

February 5, 1936 - April 23, 2020


Harlin G. Barnett, 84 of Independence, Mo. passed away on April 23, 2020. He was born on February 5, 1936 in Viola, Arkansas. Harlin was a Home Improvement Contractor. He was also proud to be a U.S. Marine. He enjoyed fishing, singing, guitar, horses, crap tables and playing a game of Pool. He loved to talk and tell stories. He enjoyed life and was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Luther and Dorothy Barnett, two sisters; Emma Darlene Elpers and Ester Pearl Talburt Howerton.

Survivors include his wife Delores Barnett of Independence, MO. Son Glen Barnett and wife Carol of Raymore, Mo. Daughter Tana Barnett-Duley of Lee’s Summit, Mo. and Grand Daughter Lacey Duley of Belton, Mo. Stepsons Rob Daniels, Jerry Daniels and Jeffrey Daniels and families of Eldon, Mo. Sister Carolyn Sue Fine of Willow Springs, Mo., and a host of Cousins, Nieces, Nephews and friends.


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We loved Harlin, he was like a brother! My husband and I spent a lot time over the years with him, he will be missed! A wonderful man, we called him and my husband The twins, he was short my husband is tall ( like the movie) He was a great cook, great personality, a wonderful man! R.I.P

He will be greatly missed! I loved his stories and when I was young going fishing! God now has a wonderful Angel! I love you and R.I.P

You are missed by so many, I’ll always remember you singing High Cotton while pulling up your pants and lifting your legs! You was one of a kind, telling jokes, stories, and showing how much a man can love his wife, my sister! Thank you for serving our country, the angels are going to have a great time with you! R.i.p.

We are so sorry to hear about Harlin. Prayers to Delores and all the kids and grandkids. We love you.
Artie and Wendi Jones &
Cherry Quesenberry

so sorry dee i no your going to be so lost butyou will make he will be miss i no love you by

RIP fly high with your new wings you will be sadly missed by everyone you was truly a good man and a dear friend miss you

Our hearts are broken we are so sorry for the loss, our loss is heavens gain. He was the best brother, we loved him very much. Please keep in touch, if theres anything we can do let me know.

We are saddened to hear about the loss of life fro Harlin G Barnett. He was a huge impact on our lives growing up and really appreciate everything he did for us. He treated my 2 brothers and myself as good as anyone could. I’m happy to remember all the fun things we did, especially the times where he wanted to race on foot. Even when he didn’t win he knew he truly did because of the wonderful memories he created from it. He was a hard worker and instilled that in all of us..he really went out of his way to make the times we had together fun and exciting..I will be forever grateful to him for all he did for us.

Prayers for comfort From the Holy Spirit for you all at the Home going of your dear Dad! We have very fond memories of working for Harlan so many years ago with love- the Capra’s

So sorry Tana to see that!! So many great Times we had on the farm with your Dad. We almost lost my Dad. My thoughts and prayers be with you all!!

Harlin was an amazing person. He’s been a part of my life for nearly 40 years. I’ll always be grateful for all the things he taught me. Reflecting over the past few days, I realized just how much influence he had in my life. He taught me how to work with my hands, using tools and materials I hadn’t before. He taught me how to be self sufficient and be my own boss. We had many laughs together and many days together driving around in that old Nissan truck, going to and from work. I will miss him. But, I know he’s always there, because I think of him in almost every decision I make. Thank you Harlin. ❤️


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063