Frances M. Argo Barden, age 82, of Stone Mountain, GA passed away Friday, September 17, 2010. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph V. Barden and son, Charles M. Barden. She is survived by children, Geneva B. Bloodworth of Stone Mountain GA; Lamar Barden and wife Carolyn of Rome GA; Bruce Barden and wife Becky of Dallas GA; Nancy Jankoski and husband Mark of Enterprise, AL; Robert Barden and wife Kathy of Loganville, GA. 11 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren; sisters, Alta Hendon and Christine Sorrells; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Barden was retired after 29 years of service from the State of Georgia Telecommunications Department, and was a member of Pine Lake Baptist Church.

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  1. Dear Nancy, please know of my prayers for you and your family at the loss of your mother. “Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon her.”

  2. On behalf of all the Army Directors of Religious Education around the world and the extended family of retired and former DREs as well, please know that our thoughts and prayers are surrounding you in this time of grief and loss. Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord. And light perpetual shine upon her.

  3. We Love and miss you so much MeMaw. You are an amazing women, Jesus now has a very special angel in his presence. We will see you again in that wonderful Heaven.

  4. Nancy, I share with you condolences from my mom, Bekah and I, at the passing of your mom. May you experience the peace and joy of the One who has gone to prepare a place for His family!!

  5. Dear Geneva GeeMomma, I am thinking about you and your family during this time of loss. MeeMaw will be greatly missed by alot of people, including me.

  6. Nancy,

    Janet and I send you our love and prayers during this time of grief, in sure and certain hope that your mother is resting from her labors in the loving arms of Jesus. May His peace be yours. Claude and Janet Crisp

  7. Leonardo and I and the kids would like to extend our condolensces to you at this time. The natural pain is something that we will all face, but the joy that we face is eternal because we know that we will see each other again. This separation is only temporary. May the Holy Spirit fill you with His eternal peace. May your family grow closer at this time and feel His presence and warmth when you most need HIM. Know that you are covered in prayer.

  8. David and I send our prayers to your family during this time of sadness. We’ll be praying for you in the days ahead.

  9. All of you are being remembered in our prayers. Mrs. Barden was a great inspiration to us through the years as a faithful servant of our Lord, and Saviour Jesus Christ. We treasure many fond memories of her. The memories all of you have will help you through the days ahead, they will not be easy days but God will be there to carry you through,depend on Him for your strength. In Christ Love

  10. Nancy,
    Please know you and your family will be in my prayers during the coming weeks. I know the loss of a parent is filled with many, many emotions. I pray that you and your family are filled with a sense of peace knowing that Frances is now with our Creator and being blessed with a heavenly reward.
    God bless you and yours Nancy,
    Pat

  11. Dear Nancy & Family,
    Pat & I and our family wish to express our sincerest condolences at the loss of your mother. May God grant you peace and comfort in the days ahead. And may He surround you with many loving, supportive family and friends. He is our strong Tower!
    Praying for and thinking of you & yours,
    Pat, Marti, Tim & Mary

  12. to the Barden family, my sincerest Condolences, and the fondest of memories go out to Frances, and my heart and prayers go out to all of you. Frances was and will always be one of my most trusted and admired friends, i thought the world of her as i still do! May my memories of her remain as they are right now

    God bless you all
    Lois Lutton and son C. Scott Lutton

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