Clenna June Barker, 51, Noblesville, passed away Tuesday morning, Feb. 12, 2019 at Riverview Health in Noblesville, Indiana.

Born July 19, 1967 in Noblesville, she was the daughter of Marvin Dale and Effie Jane (Bowman) Barker and Sandra Joy (Mason) Hart.

After graduating from Tipton High School, Clenna proudly served her country with the United States Air Force from June 10, 1986 until June 10, 1995. Making the most of her time in the service, she took advantage of every opportunity to further her education, earning both her Bachelor of Science and Master's of Business Administration.

Along with a tireless work ethic and a constant desire to keep learning, Clenna also had a servants heart. For many years she worked in the Family and Social Services Administration's Disability Determination Bureau, helping countless individuals navigate their way through a system that can be daunting.

When she finally had some time to herself, time to herself was exactly what she wanted. Somewhat of a homebody, she loved getting lost in her own space. Whether it was sitting down with a good book (preferably one of the Classics, but also a good mystery now and then) or geeking out on the computer (taking on all who dare challenge her gaming skills), she was in her element. She was also a collector. She enjoyed adding to her coin collection as well as knick-knacks and other memorabilia from her youth. When her health allowed, she loved camping and working in the garden.

Family held a very special place in Clenna's heart. Blessed with a great love for music and the gift of a beautiful singing voice, she felt very honored, and fortunate, to be able to delay her entry into the service long enough to be able to perform at her sister Joanie's wedding.

Survivorsinclude her step-mother, Effie Jane (Bowman) Barker; 2 sons, Kyler Bartlett and John Bartlett, both of Colorado; a daughter, Lilli Bartlett of Colorado; four brothers, Chris Lee Barker of Kirklin, James E. (Angela) Barker of Fortville, Ferlin Ogden of Tennessee and Billy Hutt of Tennessee; two sisters, Joanie S. (Craig) Isenhower of Sheridan and Sky Hutt of Tennessee; and by her three canine best friends, Ginger, Hera and Pepper. Hanging out with her dogs was most definitely her favorite thing do in the whole world.

She was preceded in death by her father, Marvin Dale Barker; her mother, Sandra Jane (Mason) Hart; and by her brother, Teddy Ogden.

Services with Military Honors are scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, 2019 at Kercheval Funeral Home, 306 E. 10th St. in Sheridan. Family and friends may pay their respects from 4 p.m. until the time of service.

In honor of Clenna's love for animals, memorial contributions may be presented to either the Hamilton County Humane Society or to the animal rescue organization of your choice.