I did not know Ray at all but to see his creation of the Twins log live on in this day and age of ever changing franchises is a great tribute to him and Major League Baseball. Preserving the creators of such things a teams, logo of the greatest sport is a awesome tribute to Ray and his family. As Detroit Tigers Fan I have a lot of respect for the Twins and their fan base. Rest in peace Ray..
May the peace of God that excels all thoughts guard your hearts and mental powers through Christ Jesus be with all of you. I am sorry to hear about his death. Please find strenght and encouragement in God's promise at Isaiah chapter 25 verse 8. Please allow His words to console you. May His love be with you always.
Rest in peace, Ray. My deepest sympathies to Joyce, Tony and the rest of the family. I was fortunate to know you and your family through my parents' involvement with the old McCarron's Elementary Friday night volleyball group in the 1960s.
Rsy was a very gifted man who was blessed with a marvelous sense of humor - funny even to a young lad like myself - that I still remember 40 years later. Somehow, I never knew or had forgotten he had created that Twins logo. To me, his greatest work was the skilled caricature he drew of my parents (Quentin and Dorothy Brandt) and the hilarious farewell poem that accompanied it when we moved to Wisconsin in 1969. A classic that adorned my parents' homes for decades...
Our deepest condolences to the the family of Ray Barton. May "the God of tender mercies and comfort" ease the pain of your loss during this very difficult time.
May happy memories and warm thoughts comfort you in this time of sorrow.
John 5:28, 29.
Hey Ray - Even this White Sox fan has always liked that logo and I'm happy it has endured for so long. The style takes me back to being a kid and the cartoons on the back side of baseball cards. Rest in eternal bliss, Ray. Your talent remains with us.
WE ARE SENDING OUR LOVE,PRAYERS,&CONDOLENCES TO THE BARTON FAMILY,FRIENDS,&ALL WHO KNEW MR. BARTON.
Thank you and may you rest in peace.
I've always liked that logo. I think it said, "Win Twins". It's folksy and friendly.
May the Peace of the Lord be with him.
i am sorry about your lost. from the jones family. illinois
May the God of all comfort, comfort you during these difficult times.
There is no sorrow that God in heaven cannot heal. May your memories bring you comfort and joy.
im a minnesotan long time twin fan here in arizona may he rest in peace go twins
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
To the the family of Ray Barton - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow,I know that Ray will be missed by many.
THANK YOU FOR THAT MAY YOU REST IN PEACE YOUR IN FAR BETTER PLACE THAN US MAY GOD CARE FOR THE FAMILY DURING THIS TIME
We are deeply saddened over this great lost. Please accept our condolences and sympathy. May God give you the strength to carry on and may you find comfort from His Word, the Bible. 1 Pet. 5:7
To the Barton Family,
We have known Ray for the past 25 years and have admired his work at the Twin Cities Model Railroad Museum. It has been our honor to know him and enjoy his many talents, from building buildings to writing our news letter. He will be greatly missed!!!
Rita and Lenny Leier
To the Barton Family:
We were sorry to hear about your loss. As the daughter of a huge baseball fan, you probably don't realize how many lives have been touched by this logo. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
May the God of all comfort be with you. He knows your pain and promises to be "near to those that are broken at heart, and those who are crushed in spirit he saves."
My condolences are
kept in a prayer
sentiments go out
to Joyce and family
Thank you Ray'such talent
you have givin after many years
GodBless you RIP~RAY BARTON~