Wednesday

Obituary : Dianne Barrett , Wife of church bus driver killed in South Texas crash

The wife of the bus driver killed while driving a group of church members home in Uvalde last month was found dead in her home Tuesday, authorities told mySA.com.
New Braunfels emergency personnel were called to a home on Walnut Heights Blvd. Tuesday morning around 9:45 a.m. Upon arrival, they found Dianne Barrett deceased, said police spokesman David Ferguson.

Dianne Barrett passed away just days after a memorial service for her husband. He was killed as he drove church members near Concan from a campsite in Leakey.
The driver of the truck that hit them was on pills and admitted to texting and driving, according to DPS

Just days after his memorial service. She sat down with WOAI/KABB-TV last Friday for a interview. Sharing her story and her husbands life. She said, "I'll see him again. Hopefully not too soon. But I'll see him again.

She died two weeks after her husband, Murray Barrett, 67, was killed in a bus-truck collision that left 13 dead, the San Antonio Express-News reported. Information about her death hasn’t been released as the family awaits her autopsy results.

People are posting condolence message on facebook.

Yareth Coutiño Jenn, though I've only seen you at BBD a few times, and did not realize you lost someone in that crash, I've had the situation & people affected in my prayers. My consolation, not knowing anyone personally in the crash, but having been to Alto Frio several times when we took our youth group & girls to camp, was that everyone in that bus was coming back from that retreat closer to God. Their relationships and faith I am sure had been strengthened during their time in the retreat and although their loved ones will grieve their loss, they are rejoicing w/Our Lord. I send you my prayers that God provide comfort & peace in your heart during this time and that He reassures your faith that you will be reunited w/your dad one day.

Beth Hudson Stenstrom Yes, this is the beauty of it... We know your dad is with Christ in a wonderful place. It will still be super hard for you all who are left behind, though, as you will miss him terribly, especially around holidays and birthdays. Remember to take time for yourselves.... drink a lot of water (it helps with stress) and cry. The first year is the worst, but you will get through it together.

Ninette Winston Need you to know Jen my heart is grieving for your loss ... what a wonderful man he was. Thinking about the hurt you family is experiencing just brings me to tears . Knowing that we know where he is comforting... but the deeper loss of his hugs .. smiles ... you and your family will miss...so please spend time to grieve and reflect on what a great dad you had on this earth . Will be praying our heavenly Father holds you tight during this time of loss. Much love and hugs Jen to your family, from my family.

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