Diane, I was so sorry to hear of Barry's passing from you. I wished we all could have visited more over the years. I cherish the memories of coming to visit with you all during the summer of 1966 and you all showing me around OKC.
Sincerely, Brad in KY
I knew Barry while working for Pepsi Cola in OKC. Sorry I missed contacting you before now good buddy.
Condolences to the family. I'm certain he will be missed greatly
Every day I long to touch your sweet face dad. I cry as the days go by... knowing I will never see you again. I pray you see me again on this journey. The last seven years I spent my summers in Texas with you. Many football stories pour from my heart. I am a third generation sooner...and Nick decided to take the same road. You created a deep love for the sooner nation.... don't send my boy to Texas.... the dying mother pled...don't send my boy to Texas...I'd rather see him red... .......I miss you so bad today dad....
I love you
Barry, oh how I'll miss you... I have so many wonderful childhood and adult memories of you. You were such a loving and kind spirit with an amazing sense of humor. You will be missed by all who knew you. It was a privilege to be your little sister. This quote gives me great comfort. "Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear".
See you in heaven big brother.
Barry, I still find it difficult to look over at the corner of the bar and not see you there every day. In the past 5 years you have grown to be more than a customer to me, you became a friend. I will miss you probably more than you would have ever believed if I had tried to tell you so before you left us. You have left an imprint on so many lives. What an amazing honor it was to get to know you.