Lady Alexander #24 and Fidelity #36 mourn the passing of Sister Betty Baron

Helen Elizabeth Ferguson Barron passed away March 21, 2018. Born April 24, 1923 in Campbellton NB, Betty was the daughter of the late Edward Boyd and Elizabeth "Bessie" (Murray) Price.
Sister 'Betty' met her love and soul mate James Munroe Barron and upon learning to bake bread, Munroe popped the question. Betty continued to hone her baking skills while bringing up their five children. After moving to Riverview in 1968, Betty's baking was appreciated at school functions, by neighbourhood children both in Campbellton and in Riverview.
She was a member of Riverview Baptist Church. Mom was proud of her heritage, being a descendent of the Rev. Joseph Crandall. She was a member of the Women’s Missionary Society and loved to getting out to Morning Bible Study and her friends. Her faith in the Lord carried through out her life.
Betty was a Life Member of both Lady Alexander Chapter No.24 in Campbellton and Fidelity Chapter No.36 in Riverview.
Being the last remaining member of her immediate family, Betty was predeceased by her parents, husband Munroe, son Douglas, daughter–in–law Melody Peters Barron, siblings Wanda Illman, Jim Price, and Howard Price.
She is survived by her daughter Brenda (David) Maxwell, Barrington NS, sons David (Brenda), Parkindale; Bill (Pam), Rothesay; Bob (Karen) Upper Coverdale; daughter–in–law Barbara Barron, Kamloops BC; sister–in–law Lois Price, Campbellton, NB. Betty was the grandmother of 11 grandchildren, Beth, James, Heather, Carter, Mark, Sally, Ashley, Kyle, Rob, Brad and Drew one step–granddaughter Angela and seven great-grandchildren, David, Emma, Betsy, Chase, Paisley, Kinsley and Jade.
Betty requested there be no viewing. A memorial service will take place at Riverview Baptist Church, 122 McClelan Avenue, Riverview on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 2:00 pm, with Rev. Mark Smith leading the service. Reception following the service. Interment will be in Fair Haven Memorial Gardens. Fergusons Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858–1995) in care of arrangements.
The family thanks the staff at Canterbury Hall for their kindness and superb care of our Mother. We also want to thank the staff oh 4th floor Moncton Hospital for the care in her last days. You have all been so kind and helpful to our family.