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For those who've asked about the Asbury United Methodist Creche Scene...It was created by Edson Barton. Edson and Connie Barton were long time Asbury church members and active Croton citizens, both buried in Bethel Cemetery...you may find these photos of interest. Click on the images below.
For the 2018 Advent and Christmas Services at Asbury United Methodist, click here.
THE OBITUARY FOR EDSON BARTON FOLLOWS, FROM 2002; G. Edson Barton, 86, a lifelong resident of Croton, died Monday, August
26, in Harrisburg, PA. He was born in Bayshore, LI and moved to Croton
shortly after. He was a graduate of Croton-Harmon H.S. He retired from
Compagnie Parento, Inc., of Brook St., Croton, in 1980. He was a very
active member of Asbury Methodist Church where he served on the Board of
Trustees. He served on the Board of Education of Croton-Harmon Schools
for 15 years: 10 years as its President. During this time, five
construction projects were completed, including the Carrie E. Tompkins
Elementary School. Mr. Barton served on the Croton Free Library Building
Committee and was a former Committeeman of Troop 25, B.S.A. He was a
Past Member of Collabergh Lodge #859 F & AM, and a Trustee for 50
years. He was Past Grand Director of Ceremonies of the Grand Lodge,
State of New York, and a past District Deputy. His wife of 64 years, the
former Constance Smith Barton, and two children: Roger of Loveland, OH,
and Mary Beth of Newport, PA survive him, along with six grandchildren,
five great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Two brothers, Eugene and
Stanley, predeceased him. Calling hours will be Monday from 2-4 and 7-9
PM at the EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 41 Grand St., Croton-on-Hudson,
NY. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday at 11 AM at the Asbury
Methodist Church. Interment to follow at Bethel Cemetery in Croton.
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