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Sullen raising funeral funds for Kristen Marie Barton

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April 05, 2010 10:00 AM

From Jeremy Hanna, Sullen Clothing

Early Saturday morning March 27, around 3:30 am, our Sullen Angel Kristen Marie Barton fell asleep at the wheel and was killed off of Tyler rd in Riverside.

She designed and modeled several custom Sullen Dresses at a Sullen Fashion Show at Club Sutra that Friday Night along with all of our other Sullen Angels. She would never drink while she was working so I am happy to say she was driving Sober that night.

We are very sad and heart broken that she is no longer with us. Her family is not in the position to cover all funeral costs so we are doing everything we can to help out. We are selling a very limited edition shirt….the “SG Kristen Marie” for mens and women.

All proceeds will be going to her funeral expenses. The shirts are $40. Or you can donate $5, $10, $15, or $20 by going to the link.

Please visit the Obituary for Kristin Barton.

You can watch this Video link that Sullen TV Producer, John Bayles made for her this week,

Kristin Marie Barton RIP. She is also in a number of other videos on Sullen TV, such as ASR with Shawn Barber, Musink, and Rock the Arts.

Here are direct links to donate:

MENS T Shirt: http://www.buysullen.com/Home/Tees/Kristin-Marie - $40.

WOMENS T Shirt: http://www.buysullen.com/Home/Tees_2/SG-KRISTIN-MARIE - $40.

Or for just a small donation to her family for funeral costs -http://www.buysullen.com/Home/Tees_2/Kristin-Marie-Fund.


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