Robert “Bob” Francis Barnett who was born on June 12, 1971, Robert died unexpectedly on September 19, 2020. Bob was a longtime resident of Kingston MA. He was a self-employed contractor and avid fisherman. The waters of Rocky Nook where he grew up was his favorite place to be. He was the loving son of the late Harold & Pauline Barnett also of Kingston. He is survived by his older brother Harold and his wife Meredith and their four children, Taylor, Hayley, Harrison, and Payton. Also survived by his fiancé, Robin Freeland and many wonderful friends.
Bob grew up on the Shores of Rocky Nook learning to hunt and fish with his father and brother. His carpentry skills were learned at a young age when he built his first three story tree fort with his brother and friends. His childhood summers were split between fishing in Rocky Nook and vacationing in Stratton ME with his grandparents and aunt and uncle.
He graduated from Silver Lake Regional High School and was enrolled in the vocational carpentry program. After graduation, he took a job repairing cars and later purchased Kingston Towing. He loved running the towing company and sponsored a team of cars in the demolition derbies each year at the Marshfield Fair. He met his now ex-wife, Michelle at one of the derbies and they were married for 7 years.
His family is planning a private service and burial.
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