Paula Gloria Barton

Paula Gloria Barton, age 68, born December 22nd, 1951 in Berkeley, California, passed away peacefully at her home in Woodstock, on Thursday, December 10th, 2020.

She is survived by Joe Barton, her husband, and Hella and George, her sister and brother. Joe and Paula were soul mates with a deep love for one another.

Paula was a long-time and much beloved resident of Woodstock, New York. She had a gentle yet powerful way of connecting sincerely and from the heart. Paula was a generous and kind soul. She was a seeker of Truth, on multiple levels and an overall amazing woman. Paula was a well-traveled individual with a special fondness for India.


Paula was also a strong activist, involved in activism on local and worldwide issues, throughout her life. She was someone who believed in standing up for Truth with strong conviction and with a desire to make this earth a better place to live. Paula was not afraid to speak her mind and speak truth to power.

Paula was a local public access TV producer of her show called “Farther Down the Rabbit Hole” and on Woodstock’s local progressive radio station WIOF-LP Woodstock 104.1. She was also a longtime producer on Manhattan Neighborhood Network in New York City. Paula was an accomplished film producer on YouTube with millions of views.

Paula will be greatly missed by her family, her many friends and by those who had the privilege of knowing her.

She will be laid to rest in the Woodstock Cemetery, on Rock City Road, in Woodstock, New York.

“Love is the bridge between you and everything.” — Rumi

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There are 7 comments

  1. Rusty

    I am sure she may not have loved it all that much, but I found out about her passing from Howard Stern prank calls. She brought a lot of happiness to people and I was sorry to hear of her passing. RIP and condolences to her family.

  2. Roger Holzem

    I loved her on the calls with Rusty from Howard Stern! There was no way one couldn’t love this woman she was so positive. I found her because of the Stern Show at a timeI needed positivity! May she Rest In Peace

  3. Philip E Bennett

    Paula had a wonderfully creative way of thinking about the world and she looked fantastic in a bikini. I had the great honor of being interviewed by her as she was wearing her Napoleon hat. The world is a poorer place without people like her. I hope she’s in a place where all questions are answered. Goodnight Paula.

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