Rebecka Ann Barnett, 45, of Sunset, passed away into the arms of her Savior on March 7, 2022, in Dallas, Texas.
Visitation will be 1:00 pm Saturday, March 12 at U-Turn World Ministries.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm Saturday, March 12, 2022 at U-Turn World Ministries with Pastor Kevin Alexander officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant Grove Cemetery #3 in Chico. Arrangements are by Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home.
Becky was born in Kerrville, TX to Carl and Deborah Sue (Jessup) Pearson on October 9, 1976.
Becky married Chris Barnett on May 25, 1996 in Keller TX. She was a devoted wife to Chris and a loving mother to Nathan and Gracie. She was a homemaker as well as a small business owner. Becky spent many years expressing her creative talent through cake making for her business, The Cake Mix. Her cakes were delicious and a must-have at events.
Becky was a friend to all who knew her. To know her was to love her. She had long-lasting friendships that were incredibly special to her. Time spent with Becky was guaranteed to include shenanigans, laughter and unforgettable moments. Becky loved her Lord and Savior with everything in her. You didn't have to be around her long before you knew that. She expressed that love and devotion by being a faithful member of U-Turn World Ministries. For a short time before her illness, she and Chris served as Associate Pastors. She loved serving the Lord through the various ministries at U-Turn. She enjoyed singing in the choir, helping with children's ministry, cooking for events, serving in the prison ministry, and working with the Food Pantry Ministry.
Becky is preceded in death by her father, Carl Pearson.
Becky is survived by her husband, Chris Barnett, of Sunset; daughter Gracie Barnett of Sunset; son Nathan Barnett and his wife Natalie of Paradise, mother Deborah Hamilton; sister Amy Pearson; brother Scott Pearson; in-laws Cathryn Barnett and Phillip and Brenda Blankenship; and a host of other family and friends whom Becky loved dearly.
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