Dorothy-Barton-Obituary

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Dorothy J. Barton

Haddon Township, New Jersey

Jul 2, 1928 – Jan 17, 2021 (Age 92)

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BORN
July 2, 1928
DIED
January 17, 2021
AGE
92
LOCATION
Haddon Township, New Jersey

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Dot passed peacefully on January 17, 2021, age 92, in Cherry Hill, NJ.


Beloved Wife of the late Stanley Barton & William D. James, Jr. Loving Mother of Holly Mansfield of Lincoln, CA and Eileen Kamulda (John) of Pennsauken, NJ.  Adoring Grandmother of 3 Ashley Mansfield (Sarah-Beth), John Kamulda (Katie), and Richard Kamulda (Amanda).  Great-Grandmother of 7 Chase Mansfield; Madison, Allison and Bradon Kamulda; and Everett, Elizabeth and Cassidy Kamulda.  She is also survived by her 2 Step-daughters Patrice Shanker of Cherry Hill, NJ and Joanne Fischer of The Villages, FL, her 4 Step Grandchildren Kevin (Kelly) and Brian (Maria) Fischer; Matthew and Brent Shanker, and 2 Step Great-Grandchildren Ethan and Emily Fischer.  Also survived by her Sister-in-law Eleanor Magee (Ralph); Nephew William Magee (Renee) and Niece Constance O’Brien (Gary).


Dot was born in Camden, NJ the daughter of the late Frank and Helen Armstrong and was a long-time resident of Leisuretown in Southampton, NJ.  She had held positions at Bell Telephone and as a medical receptionist for a physician’s group in Haddonfield.  She enjoyed spending time at the Jersey shore, sailing and traveling with her late husband, Stan, and participating in their “Bridge Club” and her “Girl’s Club”.  She was an exceptional seamstress and a member of a local Quilters Guild.


Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing, Monday, Jan. 25, 2021, 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at Jackson Funeral Home, 308 Haddon Ave., Haddon Twp., NJ, funeral service will follow at 12:30 PM. (To view Dot's service live stream on Facebook, please like Jackson Funeral Home and go to the page shortly before service begins at 12:30pm)


Interment Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken, NJ.


In lieu of flowers, contributions in Dot’s memory may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, 322 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001 (alzfdn.org) or Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, 34 Washington St., Suite 310, Wellesley Hill, PA 02481 (curealz.org). 


Arrangements by Jackson Funeral Home, Haddon Township, NJ www.jacksonfh.net

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Mom, It’s with a saddened heart I’m saying goodbye to you. It’s taken me awhile to write this because partially, I didn’t want this to be goodbye, and, partially struggling with how to say it. Then, remembering one of your favorite hymns “In the Garden”, know you are now in His garden enjoying the flowers (with no allergies), at peace and free from pain.
Thank you for your “Mother’s Love” and hope you've alway known how much you meant to me. I will cherish those good memories we shared...

This is probably one of the hardest things we have had to do. We have to say goodbye to one of the kindest sweetest people we know. Thank you for always being there for us. You are always in our Hearts. Rest in peace mom.

So many happy memories, from high school, to trips and "girls club" Always a good friend. You will be greatly missed

I worked with Dot at NJ Bell in the early 1980’s. It was my first job out of college and she was so kind and helpful to me that I still remember her all these years later. I also remember how proud she was of her daughters and their families. My condolences to all of you.

Dear Eileen, I am so sad to hear of your mom's passing. She was a great lady. I will always remember her kindness and for always welcoming me to join outings with your family. I hope fond memories of her will help to ease your loss.

Dear Holly and Eileen, sorry to learn of your mother's passing. She was very good to my mom for many years. I'm sure you remember all the good times they had at girls club.