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July 21, 2018

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July 4, 2016
Emily and family-I read of your Dad's passing. David Burns and I were backpacking in the Smokies and toasted your father. I recall how I would cross his path in his later years jogging on the Oklawaha Greenway. He was a wonderful man who shared his passion for adventure with his children. What a wonderful legacy! I know these last few years have been tough but the lion's share of memories which you been blessed with are of a life that embraced adventure.
My best to you all.
June 28, 2016
Jason, Sorry to read of your dad's passing. May you find peace in the memories.

Pat Sams
June 22, 2016
I grew up with Barry in Hackensack in the same house. We were first cousins. Barry was about 12 years older than I. So at 4 or 5 years old I wasn't allowed to cross the street alone. But at about 3:30 in the afternoon I was allowed to walk up the hill, take a right, and go to the far corner of the street. That's where I would wait for Barry as he walked home from high school. Right on schedule Barry would always arrive and the 16 and 4 year old would walk the 3 or 4 hundred yards home. The high light of my day.
I shall always remember those walks. My intelligent, calming, inquisitive cousin paying some attention to a little kid.
With his great sense of humor, I couldn't respect anyone more than I did Barry. I am beyond sorrow at the news of his passing.