Karla Sue Barton
”1982 - 2021”

    Karla Sue Barton

    Walking with Grief

    Do not hurry
    As you walk with grief; It does not help the journey
    Walk slowly, Pausing often:
    Do not hurry As you walk with grief
    Be not disturbed By memories that come unbidden.
    Swiftly forgive;
    And let Christ speak for you Unspoken words.
    Unfinished conversation Will be resolved in Him.
    Be not disturbed.
    Be gentle with the one Who walks with grief.
    If it is you, be gentle with yourself.
    Swiftly forgive; Walk slowly,
    Pausing often.
    Take time, be gentle As you walk with grief.
      Anonymous A Celtic Prayer

      Karla Sue Barton of Wyandotte, OK passed from this life Saturday, April 24, 2021. She was 38.
      Karla was born June 4, 1982 in Kansas City, KS to Paul E. and Glenda (Birdsong) Barton. Karla had lived most of her life in the Kansas City area moving to Wyandotte 9 years ago. She had worked in Kansas City as a school bus aid for public school system.
      Karla was preceded in death by her father Paul E. Barton, niece Austina Barton and nephew Melvin Shamblin. Survivors include 2 sons Gage D. Delibro of Minnesota and Kai Delibro of the home, 2 daughters Kaitlyn Donell and companion Dakota Embrey of Bonner Springs, KS and Alyssa Grace Delibro of the home, her mother Glenda Barton of Wyandotte, OK, 2 brothers Paul Barton and wife Shelba of Wyandotte, OK and Kevin Barton of Wyandotte, OK, 1 sister Kim Guyeft of Wyandotte, OK and 1 grandchild Luna Embrey .
      Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at Bassett Grove Cemetery, East of Grove, OK. Native American Rites by Jeromy Olson. Scott Rogers, Devin Spark, Mark Morrison, Brandon Logan, Lance Barton and Tracee Barton will serve as pallbearers. Karla will lie in state at the Ottawa Indian Building.
      Services have been placed in care of the Paul Thomas Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Miami, OK.
      Resource: Paul Thomas Funeral Home

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