Ray Barefoot
In Memory of
Ray Dean Barefoot
1940 - 2017
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Obituary for Ray Dean Barefoot

Ray Dean Barefoot, 77, of Boene, Texas passed away November 12, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. Ray will be put to rest at Wallace Creek Cemetery.
Ray was born to Birdine and Nettie Mae Lusty Barefoot on May 13, 1940. His public schooling starting in Lometa and then moving to San Saba where his grandparents, Maurice and Cora Lusty lived in Wallace Creek Community. He attended school in San Saba until the 8th grade then onto San Angelo, Texas where he completed public school.
Ray attended cosmetology college in Globe, Arizona and after graduation, he moved back to San Angelo where he owned 3 hair salons. After a few years he moved to the Hill Country in Kerrville, Texas, where he owned and operated the hair salon, Barefoot Hair Designs. Ray had sons, Tim and Angel Barefoot and his sister, Thed Birge all working together at Barefoot Hair Designs. Ray was baptized in San Saba where he attended the Assembly of God Church in San Saba and San Angelo. Lylithed Barefoot, sister, said “you are my life’s hero.” The funeral service is for the living, because it enables family and friends to gather and express their feeling. It’s a time to pay tribute, reflect on memories, gain strength from others and to begin to accept one of life’s many changes. A funeral service lets you say goodbye and begin the healing process.
My 4 children: Stevie Ray of San Angelo, Timothy Charles of Boerne, April Star and Angel Barefoot of Kerrville, Texas; grandchildren: Margo, Melissa, Aaron and Anna; 2 great-grandchildren: Kale and Kile. Ray had a large family: 5 sisters and 6 brothers: M.S. Barefoot, W.R. Barefoot, F.H. Barefoot, O.G. Barefoot, V.D. Barefoot, W.R. Barefoot, Leola Barefoot Hamrick, Mary Barefoot Patton, Bille Barefoot and Lemual Barefoot.
Ray prays that his family and friends will except Jesus Christ before it’s too late. If there were any bad feeling to anyone, I pray you have forgiven me.
Memorials may be sent to Wallace Creek Cemetery or to Assembly of God Church in San Saba.