Betty Jean (Huddleson) Barton

Born: Sun., May 15, 1927
Died: Tue., Jul. 25, 2017

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Betty Jean Huddleson Barton, 90, wife of the late Oliver Kash Barton, died peacefully at home on Tuesday, July 25, 2017.

Born May 15, 1927 in Carlisle, Kentucky to the late Frank & Carlie Lawrence Huddleson, she was a retired employee of the South Central Bell Telephone Company and member of the Carlisle Christian Church.

Survivors include a son, Billy (Gail) Barton; a daughter, Lois Terrell, both of Carlisle; a grandson, Rodney (Serena) Brierly; a granddaughter, Kristi (Kevin) Morris; 4 great-grandchildren: Joshua (Katie) Brierly, Spencer Morris, Lincoln Morris and Mandy (Ricky) Cline; 4 great-great grandchildren: Landon & Hagen Brierly and Bailey & Briley Cline; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces & great-nephews.

Also preceding her in death were 3 sisters, Margaret Wade, Dorothy Eads and Madeline Hunt, and a grandson, Troy Barton.

A private family burial will be conducted in the Carlisle Cemetery. There will be no visitation.

Charitable donations may be made in Betty's memory to the following organization:

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Butch and Monica Johnston
   Posted Wed July 26, 2017
We want to express to Betty's family how sorry we are for their loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with them in the coming days.

Ruby hamrick wagoner
   Posted Wed July 26, 2017
Fond memories of the sisters as we were growing up, 😊 If you saw one you saw all 3 , big reunion in heaven going on , love to all the family. Ruby and wayne

Linda Linville
   Posted Thu July 27, 2017
My deepest sympathy to Lois & Billy & all the family for your loss. What a wonderful lady Betty was & always had a smile on her face when she saw you. I just cherish the memories I have of growing up and being best friends with Lois, Betty always welcomed in in their home anytime. She was a one of a kind. Going up to see her on the switchboard with Lois was always a thrill. Thanks Lois for sharing your Mom with me and being my friend. I will never forget those times. Love and prayers, Linda

Linda (Vanlandingham) McGray
   Posted Sun July 30, 2017
Dear Lois and family. I was so very sorry to hear that Betty has passed. I have such nice memories of all of you. Betty was one of the sweetest people I've ever known. Please accept my very deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Janie Osborne-Dumas
   Posted Tue July 10, 2018
I’m so sorry to learn of Betty’s passing. We called her Betty B at work.
She was like a mother and grandmother to all of us girls and boys!
Was an excellent cook and we loved having potlucks. Her dishes were
All the rave and we all wanted the recipe. Such a lovely person!
I haven’t seen her for several years. She was especially fond of her grand-
Children and very sad after the loss of Troy!
God bless you Betty B, you made a mark on my life, I will never forget!
Love you, Janie

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