Obituaries: Barnett, Moulton |

Obituaries: Barnett, Moulton

James Ivan Moulton

James Ivan Moulton passed away Aug. 3, 2017. He was born in Neenah, Wisconsin, on July 20, 1928, to Ed and Ivy Moulton.
A celebration of life will be from 1–3 p.m., on Aug. 19, in the Lake Wildwood Oak Room.
After graduation from high school he joined the Army and served in Seoul, Korea, with the Army of occupation.
After the service he graduated from Rose Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, where he met and married his wife, Helen. They were married 65 years. He began his career with Douglas Aircraft and ended at Apple Computer, where he was awarded four patents.
They raised their four children in Sunnyvale, California, and moved to Lake Wildwood in 1994.
Jim was active in golf, bridge, poker and loved his acting career with Lake Wildwood Little Theatre. He cherished his good times with family, golfing and boating.
Jim is survived by his wife, Helen; daughters Debi, Diana and Peggy; son Michael; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Our family wishes Jim a great new adventure wherever that may be.

Reverend Beverly James Barnett

On August 3, 2017 Beverly Barnett passed away in his home on Lake Wildwood. He was 89 years old. Born in Iowa and graduated from Houghton College, NY, Bev served 28 years in the USAF as a chaplain. After retiring, Beverly and his wife Margie built a home on Lake Wildwood in 1984. He was a member of the Penn Valley Community Church where he served as a Sunday School teacher for many years and occasionally filled in as pastor. Bev received a Doctorate in Ministry in in 1992. He is survived by his wife, Margie; his son Mark (Karen) of Eagle River, Alaska: his daughter Deanne (Stephen Mahoney) of Burke, VA; six grandsons and two great-grandchildren.
To God be the glory!

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