Clarence T.'Bucky' 'Charlie' Barrett, Jr., age 76, of Whitney Ave, New Haven, passed away April 19, 2010. Bucky is the husband of Bobbie Streater Barrett. Born in Winsted, CT on Oct. 9, 1933 he was a son of the late Clarence T. & Eileen Brown Barrett, Sr. Bucky is survived by his daughters, Jill Sanders & her husband Stanley of Bridgeport, Susan Hayes & her husband Marcus of Charlotte, NC and Tanya Reid-Fuller & her husband Maurice of New Haven; his son, James Barrett of Hamden; 11 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren and his niece Elizabeth Whitley. Bucky was predeceased by his 1st wife, Carole J. Winston Barrett and brothers, Andrew & James Whitley. Clarence is a US Navy Veteran and a Minister of Jehovah's Witnesses for over 50 years. He was employed at Halsey - Themper in Hamden for 25 years. Prior to that he was a supervisor at the former H. Kasden & Sons Co. Friends may visit with his family from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM on Saturday April 24, 2010 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Newhallville Congregation, 885 Wintergreen Ave., Hamden. His funeral service will begin at 10:00 AM. His Interment will be held privately. Arrangements are in care of BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden.

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  1. Bobbie and your family find strenght and encouragement from Jehovah God. My prayers are with you and your family. With all my love Renata

  2. Bro. Barrett made an indelible impression on me years ago as he conducted the Watchtower Study. Always jovial but frank. I was a young boy when my family started attending the North Congregation on View Street. My wife and I are now missionaries serving in the Carribbean islands. Our prayers are for Jehovah to comfort you in the days following the death of a loved one. 2 Cor. 1:3,4 Agape love Vincent & Adrianna Seabrook

  3. Brother Barrett was always encouragement to us. He could always make you laugh and give serious thought to any situtation. We will miss him very much. May you find strength and encouragement from Jehovah God

  4. May our most deepest feelings of brotherly love be with all of the Barrett family at this difficult time of transition. Brother Barrett was very dear to our family and we will never forget how encouraging he was to all us.

  5. Barbara,there are no words to express our feelings. Please know that we are thinking of you and that you are in our prayers at this time. Bucky will be missed.

  6. Bucky was as good as they come in our times of imperfection he truely relied on Jehovah and gave whomever he spoke to what Jehovah had given him as gifts in his life. I personally will miss and remember you as a brother and true friend. Thoughts and prayers to the Barrett Family.

  7. May Jehovah’s spirit console you and your family during this period of grief. Jim & Claudette – East Rock Congregation

  8. You have finnished the race, Now rest in JEHOVAH’S memory. when you wake up You’ll have plenty of work to do.

  9. With my heartfelt sympathies and condolences in the loss of your husband. I know you have such very fond memories of him and you will miss him as I do with my mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Shirley Farm(3 Brother’s patron)

  10. Bucky, your loved ones will miss you dearly. Ryan talks about you with such fondness, he really misses his Grandpa Bucky. Go mbeannaí Dia duit

  11. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your lost & all that known Bucky. I have know him since the early years of 60’s and up. B ucky and his mother have been very dear friends of the Witherspoon family. Please know that he is view by Jehovah as a true brother to all.

  12. Dear Sister Barbara, and family I send my sincerest condolonces to you and your extended family. Bucky, was always fatherly, in my younger teen- years, and told me the things that were important to me, to help keep me in line….The Love of him never dies, and Jehovah through Jesus, has already planned all the rest. Very Loving, Brother, Scott Wadley

  13. I have not seen Bucky in many years, but I have thought of him often. I began missing him long ago. I was still looking forward to his great sauce, chile and fantastic lemonade when I heard of his passing. He was a great guy, easy-going and fun to be with. I only hope that I can somehow see him again one day in the future. Condolences to his family (Jim I hope you’re fine). -Paul Opotzner

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