Edith Mae Barnes Pipes
Funeral Date: 2/7/2016

Obituary:
Edith Mae Barnes Pipes, age 78, of Warren, AR, died Thursday February 4, at Ouachita Medical Center in Camden, AR. Born May 27, 1937, in Wilmar, AR, a daughter of the late James W. Barnes and Lottie Mae Boston Barnes, she was a retired beautician, member of Southside Baptist Church and the widow of Travis “Cowboy” Pipes who died February 1, 2001. They were united in marriage February 8, 1958. Survivors are one son Steven Pipes (Vicky), Memphis, TN. One daughter Janet Kelley (Randy), Locust Bayou, AR. One brother Jim Barnes of Canada. Three grandchildren Kristen Pipes Smith (Brad), Collins, MS, Jamie Pipes, Jackson, MS, Keith Kelley, Locust Bayou, AR. Four great-grandchildren Madison Smith, Drew Smith, Anna Claire Smith all of Collins, MS and Genesis Pipes, Hattiesburg, MS. Funeral service was 1:30 p.m. Sunday February 7, at Frazer’s Chapel with Rev. David Williams and Rev. Eddie Raines officiating. Janice Sullivan was organist and soloist was Brad Smith. Burial was in Parker Prospect Cemetery by Frazer’s Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Roy Harper, Jeremy McDougald, Tim Rook Ledrew Smith, Billy Ethridge, Billy Biggs, Cliff Rodgers and Hal Turner. Honorary pallbearers were Eddie Lewis, Harvey Helton, Greg Harton, Bro. Troy Harris and Dr. Kerry Pennington.

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Name: Robert & Marleyne Barnes
Message: Steven, Janet, Jim, & all the family we are so sorry of the passing of your dear loved one.

Name: Angie Harrod
Message: So sorry for your loss. Ms Pipes was always so sweet to our family. Praying for you guys!

Name: Robert & Laverne Laster
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Name: Marlene Elliott
Message: My sympathy to the family of this sweet little lady.

Name: HOLLY GRAHAM
Message: Sending sympathy for Steven and his family from Caliber Patient Care of Memphis

Name: James Wright
Message: So sorry for your loss. Mrs. Pipes was always so nice. Remembering your family in my prayers for peace and comfort.

Name: Tammy Hensley
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Name: Betty & E. B. Walker
Message: Mrs. Edith was undoubtedly, one of the sweetest ladies we ever knew. She is reunited with his husband and other family members and could not be happier. Janet, Randy and Keith, you are in our thoughts and our prayers. We love you all,

Name: Dana Rice Harvey
Message: So sorry about the loss of Ms. Edith. She was a sweet lady and I enjoyed working with her when I first became a cosmetologist. You all are in my prayers!!

Name: nancy davis
Message: So very sorry for the Loss of Edith she was a sweet and dear friend to my mother.My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Name: Jim Barnes
Message: Love you sis.

Name: Ruth Hunter
Message: Eidth Mae was a childhood friend. We went to Wilmar school together for many years..Also attended our yearly all school reunions . Always looked forward to seeing her.

Name: BERNADINE JONES
Message: EDITH WAS A SWEET PERSON AND ALWAYS HAD A KIND WORD AND A SMILE. HER "CAN DO" ATTITUDE WAS INSPIRING. SO GLAD I HAD THE CHANCE TO KNOW HER.

Name: AJ C.
Message: I am sorry to hear the passing of Edith Mae. May you be comforted by the Bible in John 5:28, 29 and Acts 24:15 that there will be a resurrection to life of all our dear loved ones.

Name: Peggy Baggenstoss
Message: My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow. Love, Peggy Duncan Baggenstoss