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NATHAN BARRY Obituary
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October 15, 2018

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December 16, 2017
I met Nathan in 1946 when we returned from military service at the end of World War II. Nathan's service was a good forecast of his future business success- he had risen rapidly from Private to Master Sergeant. We were students and fraternity brothers at Boston University. Nathan was an excellent student and received numerous awards including election to Tau Mu Epsilon, the honorary scholastic society for students at the School of Communications.

After graduation Nathan worked for a large corporation for several years and then formed his own executive search organization. Many of our most prominent corporations relied on Nathan to obtain their top-level executives.

Nathan traveled frequently during these years, but always returned home for week-ends with Ruth and Susan, As his expanding business required more of his time, Nathan had to put away his tennis racquets and skiis. He excelled in both sports and I was embarrassed every time I accompanied him to the New Hampshire mountains. I was clumsily navigating the novice slopes while Nathan was zooming down the expert trails.

Nathan made time for the less fortunate in our society as he readily donated his time and money to a host of local
charitable organizations.

Nate was the quintessential "good guy" and it is difficult to believe that I will no longer hear him laugh at my
old jokes. Nathan, you did well--army, college, business, family. It was a pleasure and privilege to have known you. for more than seventy years and I know that you rest with the angels.
December 3, 2017
The feelings of helplessness can seem unbearable when coping with the loss of a dear loved one. May you find comfort and hope from the Inspired Word at Psalm 25:8.
November 30, 2017
My condolences. He was a real gentleman and was always so nice to me .
November 29, 2017
Deepest sympathy for family and friends during this difficult time. May our Father of comfort bring peace to your heart. 1Thess 4:13.