Roberta-Carlton-Obituary

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Roberta Lee Carlton

Arlington, Texas

Sep 11, 1942 – Apr 11, 2016 (Age 73)

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Roberta Lee Carlton, 73, entered the gates of Heaven on April 11, 2016.She was born September 11, 1942 in San Diego, California the daughter and eldest of three children born of Lela L. and Robert A. Williksen. She married her high school sweetheart, Gerald Ray "Jerry" Carlton on April...

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Remember her and her friendship well. I believe she lived on 70th Street, where I moved near in college. Blessings to her family.

Roberta and her family lived across Amherst St from our family from our ages 5-13. She and Alice Fox and I share so many fun memories although I hadnt seen her for decades...I am sorry we didnt connect recentlyI would love to know about her family. (husband Jerry?)

My Sincerest Sympathy to Jerry and family of Roberta. Although, we were distant cousins ,many miles away I recognized the kindness,compassion ,and generous loving spirit and charity of friendship...that Roberta had within her. Aunt Lela,my mother (Neva)
and Aunt Honey (Glenice) ...all had the same Spirit in them
Also. May Roberta ..Rest In Peace ....and may her wonderful loving Spirit ....ALWAYS..be with her family and friends.....~*~

While our's began as a business relationship, I quickly learned through her persona that she was a kind and loving person, personable, caring and with a zest for life. She will be missed.

I was so sad to see this. Roberta was a great lady with a passion for life. My prayers go out to Jerry and her entire family.

Chris Eaton
Fort Worth, TX

Roberta always had a smile on her face and a friendly voice in our "early real estate" days . She was the bright light and in charge of "fun times and laughter". What a great loss to so many.
Fond memories.

Mary Ann Ricca

Jerry, please accept our sympathy in the loss of Roberta.

Art & Jo-Ann Kaikkonen
Gun Barrel City, Tx.

Dear friend. You will be missed.
Pam and Ray Rimer