John Barton Death, Obituary – We must break the news to you with a great deal of sadness that John Barton passed away on the 13th of December, 2222, at his house in the presence of his family. We say this to you despite the fact that we are filled with a great deal of pain. This material has been provided to us with the goal of inflicting a significant amount of suffering upon you. We are sorry that you may need to deal with any difficulty that this may bring you. It is with the utmost regret that we must share the following information with you, but unfortunately, it is necessary. On this particular day, a memorial service is held to pay respects to the deceased member of the group in question.
His passing was peaceful and was not disrupted by any noise or turmoil that may have been occurring at the time. The memorial ceremony for John will be held at the St. John’s C of E Church in Pilling in the afternoon of Thursday, December 22nd, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon. This will take place on the day after John passed away. This memorial service is being conducted in honor of John. John went away quietly while sleeping on the Thursday before the previous one. The funeral will take place on Monday, and the time of day, as well as the day of the week, have already been decided upon.
Because of the news that we were able to raise a grand total of £48,118 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association through the event, we are glad to share it with you. This occurred as an immediate reaction to the medical diagnosis that was provided to John. We have arrived at the decision that we ought to host the Barty Party, and we are delighted to reveal this information to you. Your assistance with this initiative is very appreciated, and I cannot thank you enough for it! (MNDA). Many, many thanks to everyone who helped achieve this objective in any manner, whether it was monetarily, by the provision of support, or in any other way.
We couldn’t have done it without you! If it weren’t for you, none of this would have been a possibility. It is my deepest desire and most sincere wish that the amount of money that is raised would be adequate to assist medical researchers in locating a remedy for this horrible ailment.