Condolence: Elizabeth, so sorry to hear about your Dad. One of my best memories was Mr. Bobby calling me Cindy "Long". Our memories are what can give you comfort at this time. Your Dad, you'll see his reflectin and hear his voice echo in the things he left behind- in the memories that will touch you when you least expect them, in the stories he shared, the family traits he passed down, in the love that will keep him close to your heart forever. I've walked this road and know that it is hard. But your faith will keep you strong. May the Lord keep your family in His care. Love you, Cindy
Condolence: I am sorry to hear of your loss and pray God will bless and comfort you during this time. I am the daughter of Wesley Barton and the granddaughter of Brice Barton. I met Ruby, Annie Nell, Bobby Joe and Charles several years ago when they visited with my family in Hope. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Rick and Anna Barton Adkison
Condolence: Elizabeth, Billy, and Mrs. Annie Nell, I am thinking about you all at this sad time. I am sorry to read the news. Elizabeth, we were friends from 2nd grade on thru all the school years at our hometown of Nashville, Arkansas and our Fathers were good friends and continued to live at Nashville where they could run into each other around town. Friendship is a special blessing from God. My heart aches for you all. I buried Daddy Thanksgiving. "Bo" Bissell and Bobby Barton were friends forever. Nashville has lost 2 good farmers, cattlemen, 2 good Fathers. I love you all. I'll be praying for you as you go thru what I am feeling during the grieving times. It is painful and tough. God is Our Strength and Helper! I am so sorry for your loss. I hope it helps to know I truly care. I love you all, Pam Bissell
Condolence: So sorry about your Dad. Have a lot of good memories when we were growing up. We know he is in a much better place with our Lord. What a glorious reunion they are having. God is with you and will carry you through this. Praying for you.