Roderick Barnett

Obituary of Roderick S. Barnett

Roderick Stefan’ Barnett was born January 15, 1989 in Nashville, Tennessee to Pamela Welch Barnett and Donald Ray Barnett. He attended Glencliff High School until he became ill. He later completed his G.E.D. After receiving his diploma, he enrolled in Nashville State Community College; majoring in Computer Programming. Roderick was a huge football fan and his favorite team was the New York Giants. His other hobbies included comic-con and a huge collector and trader of figures of the Abbott Collection. Roderick worked in the Health Care field as a Home Health caregiver. He was also employed with Game Stop as a PlayStation Gamer, card collector and card trader, allowing him to do what he truly loved. Roderick was loved by many and he will be sadly missed. He was preceded in death by his father, Donald Ray Barnett and two godfathers Bobby Adkisson and Roderick Raney. He leaves to cherish his memories his mother Pamella Welch Barnett; sister Reoneshee` Welch; nephew DeQuontrae Strong; niece DeKai McGowan all of Nashville, Tennessee; his four brothers Ryan B McMurray, Thomas E Forsythe, III, Anton Hines and John Allen and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
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Wednesday
4
May

Public Walk Through of Family & Friends

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Lewis & Wright Funeral Directors
2500 Clarksville Pike
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Masks must be worn at all times while inside the building.
Thursday
5
May

Visitation

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, May 5, 2022
Lewis & Wright Funeral Directors
2500 Clarksville Pike
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
6152552371
Masks must be worn at all times while inside the building.
Thursday
5
May

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm
Thursday, May 5, 2022
Lewis & Wright Funeral Directors
2500 Clarksville Pike
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
6152552371
Masks must be worn at all times while inside the building.
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