I am so sorry for your loss.
My sincere condolences to the family of Barry Marler. It takes a special person to be in Law enforcement. He is surely missed by the community. May the day soon come when "death is brought to nothing."(1 Corinthians 15:26)
God bless the family of Barry Marler in their time of grief.
Barry Marler was my Commanding Officer at the Atlanta Police Department during my formative years as a police officer. I loved and respected him. I was always in awe of his social intelligence. In the several times I worked for him I learned the difference between management (doing things right) and leadership (doing the right things). He was blessed with a natural ability for leadership.
I worked for him when he was Evening Watch Commander, Task Force Commander, and as the Commander on the Midtown Detail. The midtown area was primarily a foot assignment in the early seventies. After assembly each morning, we would walk the perimeter together and discuss events, politics and life. We stopped and talked with citizens and he was never too busy listen to them. In fact I always knew him to be kind to everyone without regard for rank or social status.
I have been blessed by having such a man to work for and who was such a positive influence on me. As I progressed through the ranks, I always remembered the lessons taught to me by Barry Marler about character and personal and professional integrity. Throughout my career I always strived to emulate all qualities that he passed on to me.
As long as his memory exists in the hearts of those who knew and loved him in this life, we will possess a piece of his being and will undoubtedly pass this on to people that we know and love, and this will go on forever.
You will forever live in my heart and I will always love you. Your loving wife.
May the "God of All Comfort" be with you.-2Cor.1:3
I had the honor of meeting Barry in the Cradle Roll at Gordon Street Baptist church in the early 1930's! Barry dutifully learned and lived the principles taught at both the church and from his Christian mother and father. Barry was always of a cheerful disposition throughout his life: his never ending sense of humor; his keen knowledge of people; his dignity and honesty -- all of these culminated in living a Christian life so evident in both his and that of his family. Barry was always one of my best friends all through high school. Those immutable Christian values were evident in his thinking and his life; and others were to benefit from his character. I am thankful that I had such a wonderful friend for so many years.
My sincere condolences to the Marler family. May the God of all comfort be with you during your grief.
Sorry for your lost just pray that you will see him again soon.
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
To the family sorry for your loss you have my sympathy.
He was a Good Man!
He was my Capt. on the APD in 1971.
May God (Ps 83:18, John 17:3) grant you peace and great memories of your love one. My sincere Condolences.
Tribute To Grandfather from Naomi Cota:
This man was more than a grandfather to me. He has inspired me to be a better person. He taught me that the most important thing in life is to be there for others. He taught me that generosity, kindness and love were essential to have a truly fulfilling life. He was a wonderful man; always trying to find more ways to share Christ's with the world. God has gain another beautiful person to be at his side.
Rest in peace Barry. You were one man I worked with that had unquestioned integrity. What an example you were for all of us. - Retired APD brother
Worshiped with Barry and Julie at East Point Church of Christ. He was always the first to step up when something needed to be done. Sincere sympathy to the family.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I worked with Larry at Peachtree Ctr. I was a new young Property Mgr. I owe so much to my security knowledge to Barry. He will be sorely missed and the memory article is perfect and how I remember Larry always helping others. Please know Dorthy & Stan my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I have always held a special place in my heart for Barry helping me in my career.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies. Romans 15:33.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Dorothy: I missed seeing you and Barry at FBC Jonesboro when he was unable to attend. He had such a sweet spirit about him. My thoughts are with you.
Barry will be deeply missed it is so obvious, by so many who loved and appreciated his kindness and deep concern for all who knew him. Jeremiah 29:11-13 gives us a wonderful hope.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
ghts and prayers go out to each of you in this time of grief. God be with you all. The Frank and Sarah Mouchet family.