Mr. Barry "Slim" Cottle

  • Born: November 12, 1971
  • Died: May 28, 2021
  • Location: 291 B. Gardner Rd. Four Oaks, North Carolina

Sanders Funeral Home

806 E Market St
Smithfield, NC 27577

sandersfuneralhome@yahoo.com
Tel. (919) 934-8416

Tribute & Message From The Family


Memorial Service:
Saturday, July 10
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Sanders Funeral Home Chapel
806 E Market St
Smithfield, NC 27577
(919) 934-8416

Barry W. Cottle was born on November 12, 1971, to Jimmy Wright Cottle and Vickie Mae Capps Coats. He departed this earthly life on May 28, 2021.

After attending school, Barry worked most of his life in construction until he relocated to Columbia, SC. He began working at I-Hop on Two Notch Road in Columbia, SC. Barry loved basketball, music, football, and NASCAR. Barry was liked and loved by many.

Barry is preceded in death by his parents and his great-nephew, Hayden Michael-Dale Johnson.

He leaves to cherish his memories: his daughters, Jessica C. Higgins and husband, Derrick E. Higgins of Dunn, NC, Tlyee H. Cottle of Benson, NC, Reyvin L. Cottle of Cora, WV, Tracsette Elmore of Cora, WV; his grandchildren, Dakota B. Higgins, Klole-Lynn J. Higgins, Maddox C. Higgins, Anaya G. Cottle, Izaak A. Cottle; his sister, Joy Lynn Valdez, and husband, Levi Valdez of Four Oaks, NC; his niece, Destiny H. Johnson of Four Oaks, NC; a great-niece, Everlee M. Snider and several aunts, uncles and cousins in NC and out of state.


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

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Your finally at peace, I wish i was with you right now.

Posted by Samia Justice - Columbia, SC   July 20, 2021

I miss you as each day goes by... I will watch for the shiny star in the sky until i see you again.

Posted by Samia Justice - Columbia, SC   July 20, 2021

I miss you brother

Posted by Joy Valdez - Four Oaks, NC - Sister   July 04, 2021

We at O'Neal Revival Tabernacle can only imagine and yet not really know the grief that you bear. Please know that our sympathy and prayers are with you.
-From Dr. O'Neal and the church family.

Posted by Elder Porter    June 28, 2021