Cedar Lawns Memorial Park & Funeral Home

7200 180Th Ave Ne, Redmond, WA


Thomas Pellas BARTON

September 16, 1965May 26, 2019

Thomas Pellas Barton was born on September 16, 1965, in San Mateo, California. He passed away on May 26, 2019, at his home in Redmond, Washington.

Thomas (Tom) graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1992 with a degree in Marketing. He had a long and successful business career working in the local Washington wine community.

Tom was above all else, a devoted and loving father. He is survived by his son, Daniel Pellas Barton (14) of Redmond, Washington. Tom's greatest joy in life was time spent with his son of whom he was immensely proud.

Tom has a large family who survives him, loved him and will miss him, including both his mother and father, four sisters and their families.

No public services will be scheduled. He is being remembered privately among his family, friends and loved ones.


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Charles Corning

June 7, 2019

Jutta and Chuck Corning
June 7, 2019

Tom, thinking of you brings such an avalanche of memories that choosing is difficult. Your generosity was well known and we remember Flathead Lake, trips on Lake Washington and Lake Union. But most of all your devotion to Daniel was great and only equaled by your pride in his many accomplishments. Rest in peace, Tom Barton....

Jutta and Chuck.

Julie Robins

June 5, 2019

Stan Barrett

June 5, 2019

Heartfelt condolences to Tom’s family. Such a sad and tragic loss. Tom was a genial, capable and hardworking manager of my winery reporting for ten years. My family and team at Woodinville Wine Cellars are shocked and experiencing grief at this news. Let’s take each moment as a precious gift, sharing our appreciation and love to family and friends daily.

Cathy Barton Whitney

June 4, 2019

Tommy, my little brother, the youngest of 5, all of us siblings have taken different paths, and life has separated us...,But we will forever be bonded by having begun our life journey in the same boat.
Now, our family chain is broken, and nothing will ever be the same. But as God calls us one by one, the chain will link, once again.
Little brother, this is so sudden, so unexpected, with so many things left unsaid...I thought there would be time...
I am so sorry, sad and heartbroken.
Tommy, may you be at peace, free from pain and troubles. I pray angels are watching over you with their wings wrapped gently around you, whispering you are loved and blessed.
May Daniel find the courage and strength to face the days ahead through the love of his mother Julie, friends and entire family.
Love, your eldest sister, Cathy

Bridgit Griessel

June 4, 2019

Tom, we will miss you deeply, Thank you for all the time you sat with us brainstorming business ideas and sharing your stories about Daniel. It always filled my heart to hear you speak so adoringly about Daniel, I could see on your face how you would light up inside when you spoke about him. It was so heartwarming to hear a father bursting with pride for his son. Thank you for sharing your time with us, we will miss you and hold your family in our prayers. B and Steve

Claire Newman

June 3, 2019

Your pride and devotion of your loving son Daniel was always evident in the continuity of your presence on the field. We will remember you fondly helping coach our sons and your unwavering support of each one of them in their roles as kids and players in a game they/we love. Holding all those that love and loved him in the Light and you process this loss.

Julie Robins

June 3, 2019

Tom, rest in peace without any pain, only love in your heart. You will be greatly missed. I will take good care of our sweet boy. Julie