Rev. Stanley Dale Barron,
Sep 15, 1935 - Sep 2, 2017
Posted by Ann Weber
STUMPFF FUNERAL HOME
BARTLESVILLE, WASHINGTON CO, OK
Rev. S. Dale Barron, Sr. 81 of Dewey, passed away early Saturday morning at his residence. Services will be 10am Monday, 9/11/2017 at the Skiatook Church of God, 624 S. Javine, Skiatook OK. His pastor, Rev. William Vance and Sis. Janet Tilly of Pawhuska Church of God will be officiating.
Final committal rites will be accorded on the family plot of
the Dewey Cemetery at 2:00pm. Services and interment are under the direction of
Stumpff Funeral Home.
Dale was born on September 15, 1935 in Bowlegs Oklahoma to mother Emma “Bessie” Elizabeth Swingel (Phillips) and father Stanley Swingel. He was later adopted by William Raub “Bob” Barron when he and his mother were married. Dale met Nellie P. Dillon in 1947 when they attended Sunnyside School in Tucson, AZ and were married on Dec. 10, 1949. They moved to CA where Dale was a brick mason. Dale became a minister of The Church of God in 1955, and had been an ordained minister since he retired in 1995. Rev. Dale Barron pastored the Bartlesville Church of God on 2 occasions, 1972 – 1973, and then went evangelizing and building churches all in the upper north and east, the second being from 1982 til 1995.
Survivors include three sons: Robert H. Barron of Muskogee, Stanley D. Barron, Jr. and his wife Jalana of Dewey and Raymond L. Barron and his wife Laurie of Chesterfield, VA….two daughters: Lena E. Barron of Tulsa and Karen E. Florence of Collinsville. 15 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and 3 1/2 great great grandchildren, along with many many nieces and nephews.
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