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Delta Lee Barden

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Delta Lee Barden, wife, mother, daughter, sister and woman of unwavering faith, passed away Nov. 6, 2017, surrounded by family and friends. The Lord called her home at the age of 86. Delta was married in March 1948 to Roosevelt Barden.
She retired from Warrick/Sanyo Manufacturing Company after 30 years of service. Delta was a black business owner who ventured into entrepreneurship with two small businesses, which involved her passion for fashion and love of children.
She was a devoted member of Rising Sun Missionary Baptist Church, where she served on the mother board and beautifying auxilary.  She was also active in the community.
 Her loving parents, Genie and Henderson Jones, preceded her in death. She was one of five siblings, Genie Mae Williams, Neuvertral Little, Ollie Jones, Eddie Jones, and Henderson Jones Jr., who all preceded her in death. Her eldest son, Lee Daniel Barden, preceded her in death. 
Delta is survived by 13 children, Gloria Ching, Roosevelt Barden, Lynn Barden (Lelah), Joanette Conway (Odester), Dywarn Barden Dawson, Dale Nabors (Percy), Willie Barden (Felicia), Chiffon Barden, Karrie Barden (Tina), Autrey Barden, Bruce Barden (Tiffany), Brice Barden (Amanda) and Bryant Barden (Monica).  She also leaves to cherish her memory 30 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Visitation will be Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Kincaid Funeral Service. Funeral services for Mrs. Delta Barden will be Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, at 12 p.m. at New Rising Sun Missionary Baptist Church with Pastor James Brooks delivering the eulogy. Burial will be at Casteel Cemetery.
Kincaid Funeral Services of Forrest City is in charge of arrangements.
Published in Times-Herald on Nov. 9, 2017
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