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Long-Time Councilman Clarence Barnett Passes Away

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The city of Yakima lost a long-time servant of the community Friday.

The Yakima Herald is reporting that Clarence Barnett died at the Cottage in the Meadow hospice at 6:30 p.m. He was 93.

Barnett served the city of Yakima as a councilman for 22 years, including being mayor from 1984-86.

The death was confirmed by long-time friend and state Rep. Norm Johnson.

Barnett not only served the city of Yakima, but also his country as a member of the U.S. Army fighting in World War II. He retired from the Army as a Lieutenant Colonel.

Barnett leaves behind his wife, two daughters and several grandchildren.

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