In Memory

Barry Barnett

Barry Barnett


In Memory of Barry Alan Barnett March 6, 1950 - June 21, 2017

Obituary BARNETT Barry Alan; age 67, born March 6, 1950, passed away June 21, 2017. Beloved son of the late Sol and Bea Barnett. Barry is survived by his beloved and devoted wife, Susan Bender Barnett; sons Michael Barnett, David Barnett (Jennifer), Nicholas Bender, and daughter Megan Bender Center (Chris Center); adorable granddaughter, Maddie Center; and brother Ronald (deceased) and sister-in-law Linda Barnett. Services will be held at BERKOWITZ-KUMIN-BOOKATZ MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1985 S. TAYLOR RD., CLEVELAND HTS., Friday, June 23 at 12:00Noon. Interment Mount Olive Cemetery.The family will receive friends immediately following the burial at the home of Linda Barnett, 21 Hyde Park, Beachwood (The Village) until 8:00PM. On Sunday, the family will be at the home of Susan Barnett, 8631 Deer Meadow Blvd, Streetsboro, Ohio 44241 1-6PM. Please Omit Flowers,Contributions are suggested to the or St Jude’s Hospital or to the charity of your choice.

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06/22/17 03:43 PM #8    

Randy Hibshman

So sorry to hear about Barry. We had reconnected at the reunions and kept in touch. He was the best bowler I knew and a good guy.

06/22/17 04:43 PM #9    

Gail Lach (Sands)

So sorry to hear about Barry.  I used to see him at Geraci's on a regular basis and we had the best conversations.  Condolences to his family.

06/22/17 06:26 PM #10    

Joel Saltzman

Barry and I first met in 1st or 2nd Grade at Northwood. He became the lanky, wide-ranging First Baseman on out Pirates Little League team. Barry was always fun loving and affable at Wiley and Heights. We reconnected  frequently with smiles all around when we ran into each other at Geraci's, and elsewhere around town when I returned to Cleveland in the late 70's. In recent years, Barry was most helpful on a continuing basis to my Sister-in-Law's father, as he managed Bud's townhouse developmenton Fairmount and Richmond. Barry posted often to Facebook friends on his joyous island travels with Susan.  My sincire condolences to Barry's entire family.

06/22/17 08:10 PM #11    

Nancy Udelson

Barry was just a really nice sad he won't be at the reunion...he was really looking forward to it.


06/23/17 11:58 AM #12    

David Chervin

Another shocker - l knew that Barry had been sick several years ago and know that he courageously wrote recently about his relapse. I too hoped to see him fully recovered next year at the reunion. I have many great memories of him from both Wiley and Heights. My sincere sympathies to his family.

06/23/17 12:14 PM #13    

Helene Siegel

‚ÄčI never had the pleasure of knowing Barry, all that well. However, I recall that he was on the quiet and kind side. My sincere condolences to the family.

06/23/17 02:14 PM #14    

Karen Barnett (Barnett-Woods)

From one Barnett to another you will be missed Barry.

06/23/17 02:44 PM #15    

Larry Micohn

Barry was both a friend and a relative (2nd cousin), and thoughts of him will always invoke memories of those happy times growing up. 

06/25/17 08:52 PM #16    

Steve Seidman

I knew Barry at Wiley and at Heights.  I am so sorry to learn of his passing.  Condolences to his family.

06/30/17 03:21 PM #17    

Mary Kaufman

Barry and I were friends going back to our homeroom days. He was always kind and thoughtful. Condolences to the family.

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