Martha Naomi Kittley Sloan

May 28, 1935November 26, 2018

Services for Martha Naomi Kittley Sloan, 83, of Canton, are scheduled for 10 am Friday, November 30, 2018, at Eubank Funeral Chapel in Canton, TX with Bro. Steve Glosup officiating. Interment will be in Cana Cemetery in Canton.

Mrs. Sloan passed away November 26, 2018 in Colorado City. She was born May 28, 1935 in Rule, TX.

Mrs. Sloan grew up in Rule and graduated from Lamesa High School. Martha moved to Canton in 1971. Due to health reasons, she had spent the past three years in Colorado City where she was cared for by her oldest daughter, Pam, and her husband, James. She loved making ceramics, baking, cooking and watching Westerns and Bull Riding. Martha was a member of Jackson Baptist Church in Canton.

Mrs. Sloan is preceded in death by her parents: Ben and Peggy Kittley and Lela and George Adams; her husband, Paul Hugh Sloan; sister, Patsy Adams and brother, Jimmy Kittley.

Martha is survived by her three daughters and their husbands: Pam and James Guess of Colorado City, Patti and Danny Brock of Kaufman and Paula and Robert Knowles of Canton; eight grandchildren: Joni Lacefield, Paul Guess, Abby and Jay Baker, Sally Brock, Andy and Courtney Brock, Nicole and Odin Henson, Jared Knowles and Allie Knowles; eight great-grandchildren: Kyla, Riley, Coleman, Bryson, Taylor, Lane, Charlie Dean and Jack; brother, Sam and Donna Adams; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Pallbearers will be Paul Guess, Andy Brock, Jared Knowles, Odin Henson, and Jay Baker.

Family will receive friends 6-8 pm Thursday at Eubank Funeral Home.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 29, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 30, 2018

Martha Naomi Kittley Sloan

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Paula Knowles

December 5, 2018

My mother was one of the most generous & kindest people I know. She gave without hesitation. She loved her children, grandchildren & great grandchildren. She loved being around her grandchildren & great grandchildren ....working puzzles & laughing with them!! She always had candy for the neighborhood kids & would buy anything they were selling for school. Her mind was sharp & she fought a good fight, but she was tired. I will miss calling her every day on my way home from work.....telling her everything going on, all the funny stuff Coleman, Taylor & Bryson said or did, telling her daily about how I couldn’t wait to get off I-20 because it was so dangerous, even telling her who was being mean to me or anyone else.....and she always had my back.
Rest In Peace are missed so much!!
I love you......❤️😢❤️😢❤️
Your baby.....Paula Sue

Randy & Connie Chambers

November 29, 2018

Just wanted to express our sincerest sympathy to Martha's family.
Martha was such a sweet friend with a loving spirit. We know she will be missed by her family & friends. You all are in our prayers and thoughts, may God bless you with strength and His love.

Taylor Knowles

November 29, 2018

We loved Nana Sloan so very much and she will be missed. Taylor just loved visiting her and came home with lots of stories. Taylor is beyond blessed that she got to have her Great Grandmother in her life and we will forever cherish her. Y'all are in our prayers.

With Love,
Taylor Knowles
Amy Calhoun