Lauren Elizabeth Barnhart Reed

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Memorial service

Saturday October 20, 2018

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Faith Presbyterian Church

301 Bailey Ranch Road, Aledo, TX, USA

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Lauren Elizabeth Barnhart Reed, 32, of Willow Park passed away Friday, October 12, 2018. Memorial service: 10a.m, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at Faith Presbyterian Church, 301 Bailey Ranch Rd. Aledo, TX 76008. In lieu of floral remembrances, please donate to the Aledo Thanksgiving Trot on-line at gofundme.com/lauren-barnhart-reed-turkey-trot or by mail to Lauren Reed-Aledo Thanksgiving Trot, PO Box 701, Weatherford, TX 76086. Lauren was the 2015 recipient of that blessing and it went a very long way in support of her medical treatment.
Lauren was born February 14, 1986 in Bedford to Joe Neal and Sharon Sparks Barnhart.
She was a cheerleader and a 2004 graduate of Weatherford High School. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Texas A&M and upon graduating she began her teaching career as a math teacher and cheerleading coach at her alma mater Weatherford High School.
Lauren was an Elder at Faith Presbyterian Church, she enjoyed running and riding bicycles. She adored her family, especially her daughter and will be remembered for her boundless faith. Lauren leaves behind her loving and devoted husband of 8 years, Eric Reed; daughter, Leighton Reed; parents, Joe and Sharon Barnhart; sister, Leslie Briles and husband Patrick; grandparents, Sam and Dot Park; aunts and uncles, Paige, Steve, Dana and Sid; nieces and nephews, Brayden, Addalyn and Annistyn. She is also survived by her family in marriage, Rod and Kim Reed, Melissa and Derek Rosson, nephews Reed and Sterling, Courtney and Kyle Sulak, Bill and Evelyn Reed,
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