Sally A. (Nienhuser) Carleton, 91 of Pittsburg, KS passed away Sunday, June 19 2011 at the Carrington Place in Pittsburg.



She was born April 24, 1920 in Falls Church, Virginia, the daughter of Ervin and Maude (Davis) Roberts  Sally moved to Mound City when she was 14 days old, where her grandparents raised her. She graduated from Mound City High School in 1939.

Sally A. (Nienhuser) Carleton, 91 of Pittsburg, KS passed away Sunday, June 19 2011 at the Carrington Place in Pittsburg.

She was born April 24, 1920 in Falls Church, Virginia, the daughter of Ervin and Maude (Davis) Roberts  Sally moved to Mound City when she was 14 days old, where her grandparents raised her. She graduated from Mound City High School in 1939.

Sally married Dale Carleton on September 24, 1925 in San Francisco, CAL. He preceded her in death on January 8, 1995.

Sally worked for Crawford County Extension Services as a Nutritional Aide for 16 years. She also worked as a daycare provider where she took care of many children. She was a member of the Red Hat Society Club.

Survivors include 4 daughters, Colleen Baker and husband Lyle of Orrville, OH, Pat McMichael and husband Bob, Debby Gebhart and husband Jeff, and Cindy Wood and husband Rod, all of Pittsburg. 8 Grandchildren; David McMichael of Kansas City, KS; Jessica Wood of San Diego, CAL; Holly Wood and Turner Wood of Pittsburg; Chris Baker And wife Alyssa of Toledo, OH; Nathan Baker and wife Abbie of Orrville, OH; Kristin Myrick and husband Schaeffer of San Bernardino, CAL; Brandon Gebhart of Pittsburg. 7 great-grand children: Tayo Piyapant, Courtney, Kyla and Andrew Baker of Toledo; Cameron, Jordan and Deslie Baker of Orrville.

She was preceded in death by her husband and parents.

Memorial Service will be 10:00 A.M. Friday, June 24, 2011 at Bath-Naylor Funeral Home in Pittsburg with Lyle Baker officiating. Friends are invited to the Corner Bistro to visit with family after the service. Condolences can be sent to  www.bathnaylor.com Arrangements made by Bath-Naylor Funeral Home in Pittsburg.