Dr. Barbara Jean King, 75, of Denton passed away Aug. 7 at Serenity Hospice Place in Dublin.
Mrs. King was born April 21, 1946, in Byron and is preceded in death by her parents, Kingman Price Gibson and Velma Patterson Gibson and sister, Patricia Goman. For 30 years, she and her husband served in prison jail ministries and drug and alcohol ministries. She loved to dance, play scrabble, sew and was a member of Jacob’s Well Ministry. She was a College professor at Clayton State College
Survivors include her husband, Ken King of Snipesville; daughters, Kimberly Anne King of California and Donna Blount of Alamo; grandchildren, Macie King, Keaton King, Kadie Robbins and Adam Blount; great-grandchildren, Payten Warnock and Bentley Robbins.
Services were held Aug. 11 in the chapel of Wainright-Parlor Funeral Home with the Rev. James Smith, the Rev. Billy Sellers and the Rev. Ken King officiating. Interment followed in Mt Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were all employees of Serenity Hospice in Dublin and Snipesville Community Bible Study.
Active pallbearers were Larry Dale King, Adam Blount, Tim Smith, Mike Mize, James Smith, Justin King and Art Smith.
Music was rendered by Star Harrison and Daniela Marzahi.
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Wainright Parlor Funeral Home was in charge.