Mary Kay Barton

Born in Cedar Rapids, IA
Born on Dec 30, 1942
Departed on Feb 11, 2019

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Mike, I just heard. So sorry to hear about this. She was a great lady. Will always remember the fun times mom and dad had with both of you.

Mike. So sorry to hear of your loss. Sending prayers.

Our memories are what keep our loved ones alive in our hearts forever. We had such fun in our neighborhood and Mary Kay was the one who wanted to and ofttimes did direct the proceedings. She and Mike were a great help during the passing of my mother and I'm sure she too will rest in Peace.

Mike, sorry for your loss. Sending prayers. Harold and Marilyn Heth

Mike, sorry for your loss. Sending prayers. Harold and Marilyn Heth

Mary Kay was a dear friend throughout elementary and high school. I have fond memories of her kindness and winning smile. Do know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. God bless this kind soul. May she rest in peace.

Mary Kay was the most loving and supportive mother-in-law a girl could ask for. She raised he most amazing son and daughter whom she loved with all of her heart. Enjoyed the most amazing time with her when she and her husband visited us In Boise with hours of long talks, cards, and laughs. Our family will greatly miss her.

Mary Kay and I were the same age (she's 2 months older). I moved next door when I was 5 and we grew up together. When I was 16 and had a car, I would drive Mary Kay and a lot of her girl friends to St Regis. Oh, and we went to a lot of dances at Ce-Mar Acres. I feel so sad and my thoughts are with her family.

We were next door neighbors on Center Point Road when we were very young. We had so much fun playing and growing up together. Our thoughts are with all her family.

Mary Kay touched so many lives for the good. I’m grateful I had the chance to know her.. she will be missed. Thoughts are with you Mike & Family.

Sending my thoughts and prayers Cindy. It is so hard to lose a loved ones. May you find strength in the memories you will always hold in your heart. Sincerely, Sally Attwood

We are so sad to hear this news. Mary Kay was such a part of our lives growing up in Cedar Rapids, with so many wonderful memories. We were planning on seeing her when we come back to Iowa next month. She was such a dear friend and we had so many laughs and good times. She will forever remain in our hearts. Tom and a Celia McGowan

We just talk on Saturday...really going to miss our talks! Please give Denver a hug for me. Joe and I will miss you! RIP Ang