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SPENCER, La. -- Barrett Thomas Kenney passed away in a tragic motorcycle accident, along with his long-time partner Melinda Weeks, in Spencer, La., on July 19, 2013, at the age of 63.
Barrett was predeceased by father, Barrett Leroy Kenney. Barrett is survived by his loving mother, Rhoda Fillmore Kenney of Jonesboro, La. Barrett is lovingly remembered by his daughters, Terrie Salvato and husband John of New Hampton, N.H., Tina Kenney of South Portland, Erica Otwell and husband Brad of Weston, La., his son Barrett Kenney II and fiance Brittnay Weeks of Marion, La.; and grandchildren, Kevin, Elizabeth, Camren, Landen, Cole and Barrett Colin. He is also survived by his sister Linda Emanus and husband John of Jonesboro, La., his brothers, Richard and wife Nanci of Weston, La., David and wife Andrea of Portland, and Todd and wife Jennifer of Ruston, La. Barrett is also survived by many nieces and nephews along with the children and grandchildren of Melinda Weeks.
Barrett was born in Portland, attending Portland schools. During his years in Maine he worked alongside his father and brother David at Canada Dry and later Nappi Distributors, relocated to Kentucky and then settling in Louisiana to be close to his family.
Barrett enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, hunting, fishing and riding his Harley Davidson taking many rides with all his brothers, nephew and son Barrett II. He was a volunteer for DAV (Disabled American Veterans) providing transportation for our disabled veterans, was a member of ABATE and the National HOG Chapter.
The funeral service is being arranged by Farrar Funeral Home, 312 Smith St., Farmerville, La. (318)-368-3043. Condolences for the family may be offered online at www.farrarfh.com.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to:
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) West Monroe Chapter West
Ouachita Senior Center
1800 North 7th St.
West Monroe, Louisiana 7129
Farrar Funeral Home - Farmerville
312 Smith St. Farmerville, LA 71241
Published in Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram on July 23, 2013