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On July 12, 1946, Barnie Franklin Flowers, was born to the late John and Reather Bennett Flowers.  After a lengthy illness, Barnie departed this life on Monday, September 16, 2019 at Ambassador Nursing and Rehabilitation in Wadesboro, North Carolina.

He confessed Christ as his personal savior at an early age and joined the Gatewood Station AME Zion Church.

After high school at J.F. McRae High in Morven, North Carolina, Barnie enjoyed several employment entities.  Later, he joined the US Army in 1968-1972.

Bernie was one of twelve siblings of whom three sisters Melgie Criswell, Sallie Allgood, Johnsie Flowers; six brothers, Thomas, Edward, Rufus, Roy, Bernard and Lorenzo preceded him in death.

Bernie is survived by two sisters, Geraldine F. McCoy (Robert) and Bettye J. Flowers-Roseboro (Charles).  He leaves a host of nieces, nephews, other loving relatives and dear friends.

The Memorial Service for Mr. Flowers was held on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 5:00pm, Smith's Memorial Chapel, 604 Salisbury Street, Wadesboro, North Carolina.

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  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Smith's FH
  • Thursday, September 19, 2019
    Mr.Flowers he was a nice person R.I.P
    ~ HENRY collins   wadesboro, NC
  • Saturday, September 21, 2019
    Praying for the Flowers family in the passing of your love one. May God continue to Bless you.
    ~ Pat McCoy   Morven, NC
  • Wednesday, September 18, 2019
    To the family. I would like to share my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear love one." When someone you love becomes a memory that memory becomes a treasure. May that treasure fill your heart with love and bring you peace." (Rev.21:4). My thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
    ~ Lucy Culbertson