Barbara “Noppy” Stallard Carlton

Barbara “Noppy” Stallard Carlton, 92, of Amarillo, TX passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on December 5, 2019.

Born in Tucumcari, NM on October 4, 1927, she was the only child of Amy Sellman Stallard and Farley Stallard. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. She was best known for her loyalty, compassion, cheerfulness, gratefulness, encouragement, comforting kindness, wisdom, and good advice. She was a spunky, stylish, one-of-a-kind woman with a beautiful singing voice and a great sense of humor. She will be missed by many.

She is preceded by her parents; and son, Philip Carlton.

She is survived by husband, Wayne Carlton of Amarillo; son, Marc Carlton; cousins, Jeannie Davis, Sharon Stallard Harrelson, Binto Stallard, Jr., Johnny Dale Stallard, Mitch Stallard, Olleen Stallard Swartz; grandchildren, Joy Carder, Daniel Carlton, Alicia Easter, Brian Carlton; great-grandchildren, Eli Carder, Hadley Carlton, Raiyne Carlton, Zach Carlton; sister-in-law, Evelyn Hibbs; and extended family, Cheryl Carlton.

Viewing will be held Monday, December 9, 2019 from 6-8 pm at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Memorial services will be held December 10, 2019 from 6-8 pm at the Carlton residence. Flowers can be sent to Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.

4 Replies to “Barbara “Noppy” Stallard Carlton”

  1. Thanks everyone for your comments. Noppy was the best grandmother anyone could have. She was a ton of fun to be around and talk to. She loved British TV shows, especially British humor. She had expensive taste, but she also knew how to be sensible with her money. She loved to help anyone in need and was extremely generous and would often give without even a second thought. She cared for all of us grandchildren like we were her own. She wasn’t perfect (who is?), but she always did the best she could to help others and was humble enough to admit when she was wrong. She didn’t have the easiest life, for sure, but she died with a smile on her face (my favorite part). I can’t wait to see her again. Love you so much Noppy!!!

  2. I met your lovely Noppy at the Amarillo Town Club years ago. We would take our swims and then spend time visiting. She came into my life when I needed her most as grace often does. As a young mother I learned a lot from her stories and she so loved her family. She remains in my heart, beloved.

  3. My Dearest Noppy as known By Your Devoted Husband, Son and Granchildren, “Barbara” As I knew You. It was My greatest Pleasure to have known you in my life. I Was Very glad to see You and Wayne every other Sunday to spend The Day with You Both !! Im so sad I didn’t get to say goodbye. I Miss You Dearly Already, Prayers for You and Your Family In this time of Sorrow. I know for sure your Are An Angel in Heaven. Love You , Isabel

  4. Dear, sweet Noppy,
    You were one of the most giving people I’ve known. I enjoyed and cherished your friendship. We shared many adventures, and many laughs over the past ten years. I will always remember you and the many fond memories I cherish. You will be truly missed.
    Love always,

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