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ARTHUR JOHNSON BARTON
Date of Passing: Oct 28, 2023Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
ARTHUR JOHNSON BARTON
Arthur Johnson Barton passed away on October 28, 2023 at the age of 81 years.
He is survived by his wife, Marg, of 28 years, his children, Brian (Kelly Scallion) and Kathy (Dave Lushney), his grandsons, Scott (Julie Desrochers), Cam (Caitlin Fennel) and Matthew Lushney, his great-grandson Quinn, sister-in-law and brother-in-law Gail and Ray Brown as well as his 5th floor canine friend, Harley.
In accordance with Art’s wishes there will be no funeral service. The immediate family will hold a small private service.
The family would like to pass on their appreciation and gratitude to the staff and caregivers at Poseidon Long Term Care Home for taking such good care of Art over these last few months.
Bardal Funeral Home
843 Sherbrook Street, 204-774-7474
Tribute Wall: www.bardal.ca
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 04, 2023
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
I was able to reconnect with Art after our family reunion. My brother Brian and cousin John , made arrangements to meet for lunch semi-regularly and talk about old times . We had lost touch for many years and I was glad that I had this time to learn about his life and family. I was sorry to see his health problems slowing him down over the last few year but it never stopped him from making time to meet up with us. My condolences to his family, he was a great guy and going to miss him and his stories which were our family history. Rest in peace cousin. - Posted by: Paul Johnson (cousin ) on: Nov 27, 2023
My life intersected with Art’s when he was married to Audrey. He and his entire family were great to be around. He was my Math teacher in Glenboro. Two memories I want to share. The first, I applied for a job delivering groceries for the local Co-Op store. I got the job but had fibbed during my interview stating that I could drive a manual transmission. Art lent me his pick up so I could practice in the short time I had to make my statement true by the time I had my first shift. The other is about several times Art and family hosted us at their cottage near Ingolf. Those were truly fun times for us. Art, you were a joy to be around. - Posted by: Carlos Vialard (Student and friend) on: Nov 04, 2023
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