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Laura Ashley Barnes of Lawrenceville, GA passed away Friday, January 14, 2022. Born April 18, 1989, Laura passed away tragically at the young age of 32.
She is survived by her three children, Brianna (8), Liam (5), and Isabella (3); her parents, Lloyd and Kathy Barnes; four siblings, Greg (and Melanie) Barnes, Melissa (and Joel) Martin, Allyson Muck, and Catherine Barnes. Laura was engaged to be married to Travis Gordeuk, whom she loved dearly. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends.
A Memorial Service for Laura will be held on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, from 2 – 4 PM at Tim Stewart Funeral Home, 300 Simonton Road SW, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
Bob and Dianne and Frank says
My heart breaks for all of you. I can not imagine the pain you are going through. I truly wish I could take it away from you. Laura was a sweet and loving person who will be so missed so much. I pray our Lord will grant you peace . Please know how much we love you and your family and that we praying every day. Words just can’t convey the sorrow we feel at the loss of such a sweet young woman. May our God bless you all during this time and start to heal broken hearts. Lloyd and Kathy , Bob and I love you and Katie and Alli so much. Please know how much we care.. Sending our thoughts and prayers and all our love.
Dee & Ron McClenny says
I am a friend of Laura’s….she was a beautiful soul with the best heart. She loved her kids and mom and dad so much…that’s all she talked about…I want you to know you have my deepest condolences and prayers for peace for you and the children…may she soar with the angels.
Sara Stephenson says
My thoughts and prayers go to your family during this time. I am so sorry and I pray that you all may find peace and hope out of this tragedy.
I read about Laura and felt I should write to you and the family. I did not know them but as part of my Christian ministry I want to offer you some words of comfort and hope as you grieve the loss of your loved one. The bible describes the world we live in at 2 Timothy 3:1-7. Perilous and critical times unlike any other time in history we have to deal with. Unfortunately Laura lost her life to death and I am sure your hearts are sadden.
The good news is that Our Creator can read Laura’s young and beautiful heart and He wants her to live forever.
Jesus, God’s son said at John 5:28-29 that in the future all those who’ve died will be resurrected. The bible further says that in the future the earth will be cleansed and full of God worshipping people.
(Psalm 37:10,11,29). We will live forever and death will be no more (Revelation 21:3-4). These promises from God are for us all. I hope you and the family find comfort and peace during this difficult time.
You will see her again! Please stay strong and keep praying my friend.
For more information and bible comfort please go to JW.org and search any bible question you want and I promise you will find the answers you need.
Your friend in Christ,
Amelia Davis says
To the Barnes family and to Travis my prayers are with y’all. I will be there in spirit tomorrow as I can not get off of work.
Laura and I have been friends since middle school and became closer in highschool and after graduation. I miss our deep talks about life and how much she adored her children.
She was so full of life and loved everyone.
She is flying high smiling down on us all. She was my go to person for many talks in life. We had some wild times together that I will always cherish. She will be deeply missed .
Phil and Donna Tyler says
May you feel comfort from the “God of all comfort” now and in the future at the loss of beautiful Laura. I’ll be praying for Barnes Family and friends with love.