March 21, 1923 – January 31, 2020
Emilie was born in Alma, Texas to Louis and Mary Zabojnik. She lived on the family farm with her four brothers, Louis, Frank, Aubrey, & Stanley, along with her five sisters, Mary, Francis, Theresa, Ella, and Polly. She is survived by just one sister, Ella Babek.
Emilie attended school and grew up in the Alma / Ennis Texas area. On June 23, 1947, she married Charles Barto at St John’s Church in Ennis. They soon moved to the Dallas area to begin a beautiful life together that they shared for 47 years until the death of Charles in 1994.
Emilie was an active member of the KJZT, The Catholic Czech Club, and the Women’s Guild of St. Bernard’s Church in Dallas.
Emilie lived a full and happy life of 96 years. She will live in the hearts of her family and friends she made along the way. Death will be powerless to destroy her spirit and all the memories we have of her.
Emilie is survived by her three children, Diana Latham, Don Barto, and Gary Barto, son in law Scott Latham, daughters in law, Chris and Terri. Emilie is also survived by three grandchildren, Julie Holland and husband Keith , Luba Barto, and Ethan Barto along with three great grandchildren, Kaleb, Jordyn, and Kaitlyn Holland.
Visitation will be 6 – 8pm Monday, February 3, 2020, at Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home with recitation of the Rosary at 7pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be 2pm Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in the North Chapel of Calvary Hill Mausoleum, Rev. Leon Duesman, Celebrant. Entombment will follow in Calvary Hill Mausoleum.
In lieu of flowers, the family desires donations made I memory of Emilie Barto to the Dementia Society of America by mail to PO Box 600, Doylestown, PA 18901, or online at www.DementiaSociety.org/donate .
Son in law:
Daughters in law:
Chris and Terri
Julie Holland and husband Keith
Three great grandchildren:
Kaleb, Jordyn, and Kaitlyn Holland.
- VIsitation Monday, February 3, 2020
- Rosary Monday, February 3, 2020
- Mass Tuesday, February 4, 2020
- Emilie Barto
February 4, 2020
My mom Liz Renfro said she gave me a gold Christmas angel but she also give me blanket right after my daughter was born and i still have it tell this day. She was a great and wonderful person she will be missed.....
Ruth & Nancy Holman
February 3, 2020
From the Holman family in Violet House - we will certainly miss seeing Emilie each day in activities. She brought an energy and brightness with her. Our heart felt condolences to all the family.
February 2, 2020
Emilie will truly be missed by the Oxford Glen family. She was our precious jewel and enlightened our hearts with her quick wit and infectious smile. We thank the family for entrusting us to care for Emilie. She touched us in so many ways. Although she is gone in spirit her memory will live on in our hearts. May the family find joy and comfort in knowing she is now at peace.
God Bless you all
February 1, 2020
Working for Oxford Glen in activities I met Emily and instantly connected. I saw her dance and sing and interact. My best memory was hearing or listening to her pray to the group before we got started with our daily activities. I have a video I watch often of her praying. I know Emily has earned her heavenly crown. RIP my friend.
February 1, 2020
I remember Emily’s and Charlie’s garden and how I used to mow the yard for them. And how generous they were. When Charlie passed, she didn’t want to put a Christmas tree anymore, so she gave my daughter Tara her angel, which she still has. We loved Emily and I still miss her. She was a wonderful neighbor