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1936 Barbara 2023

Barbara Dalton

March 19, 1936 — March 24, 2023


    Barbara Anne Jackson Dalton, passed away on March 24, 2023, in Roosevelt, Utah, at the age of 87. 
    Barbara was born on March 19, 1936, to William and Ruth Richards Jackson in Los Angeles, California. She married John McAlister Dalton on August 3, 1957, in the Los Angeles, California Temple. She and John settled in Wellsville, Utah, where they lived for many years until they retired in Logan, Utah.
    Barbara’s greatest loves were her family, her membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and her various callings within the church, especially her calling with John as a temple worker in the Logan, Utah Temple. She loved sharing her testimony.
    She was a gifted seamstress, and for many years made all of her daughters’ school clothes. She also made wedding dresses, draperies, and countless Halloween costumes, including a devil costume that was worn through three generations. Barbara loved gardening and growing flowers, daisies being her favorite. She was an animal lover, and was very patient with her children when they would bring home stray animals. Her entire married life she had dogs, cats, and horses. 
    She is survived by her two siblings, Jane Jackson and Flint (Joyce Ramsey) Jackson, her seven children, Elizabeth Morgart, Kelly (Don Lamborn), John (Karen Slusarski), Paul (Aimee Rimmasch), Amy (Clel Robinson), Flint (Lisa Hulse), and Barbara (Mike Turner), her eighteen grandchildren, her sixteen great-grandchildren, and her beloved corgi, Murphy.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, her brother, William Jackson, and her son-in-law, John Morgart.
    A family graveside service will be held at the Logan Cemetery in Logan, Utah.

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