Captain Monday was a friend and mentor for over 30 years. In 1987 he helped me start my career at Kidder Peabody. After he started his own firm he would call me just to visit and hear how my family and I were fairing. He was a kind man, generous with his time and talents. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing. My prayers to Carole and family.
Our deepest sympathies are offered to the whole family. Barrett was not only a personal friend, but also a trusted advisor. I loved dropping by his office and spending time with him talking about everything under the sun. He was a very good listener, as well as having knowledge about any topic that came up. With my son going to A&M, our bond seemed to get stronger.
I will treasure the memories of our close friendship during our early days as "Aggies." With my sincere condolences.
Barrett and I were roomies at Aggieland in the Summer of 1958 and enjoyed a special bond. He was a unique and special person. I am deeply saddened by his loss and my prayers extend to his family.
Dear Carole & Family, Chelsea and I add our condolences for your loss. I'll always remember that you and Blue hosted the last-minute, off-campus Class '61 reunion at your place near Navasota; and the cocktail party in your stateroom on our 2008 Mini Reunion. Blue's generosity will be missed.
Barrett was a long time friend, dating back to high school days. He was a founding member of "The Moonglows", a fellow broadcaster in the 50s on a pirate radio station (for which we were lucky not to be jailed), a rock steady drummer in the Spring Branch HS Band, and always a positive and upbeat influence. RIP old friend, and thanks for the memories.
Barrett was in the same Sons of the American Revolution chapter as I am. I only joined in the last few years, so our paths did not cross, but I admire his naval service and appreciate his service to the community and our country, I know he will be missed. Praying for comfort for the family.
It was an honor to work beside Mayor Monday. Not only was he a true gentleman, he was kind and professional in in business matters. We are sad to know he has passed. If we can he of any assistance, please contact us. The Monday family is in our thoughts and prayers. In Christ Peace: Gary Brye (Ret, MVPD Police Chief), Cleve Calagna (Ret, Villages Fire Department Chief) & our families.
"The Bear" and I were very close at Spring Branch HS, and remained in touch for a decade or so. I'm shocked and sad about our loss. He was a wonderful person! bless his family.
Ken Jordan Col. USMC(Ret); San Diego, CA
Barrett was one of my most favorite people that I had ever met. I worked with him back in the 1980's at Rotan Mosle. Lucky for me, my family had financial ties with him over the years and I was able to hear how he was doing. However, his passing was such a shock to us. He will be sorrowfully missed. With my sincere condolences.
January 10, 2014 We will remember the miles we ran with the Memorial Morning Runners and supporting our Aggies. We will meet again on the trail. God Bless us all. Nick
Haven't seen Barrett since we graduated from high school but never the less remember him fondly. I always looked up to him and his leadership. I had hoped to again see him at our next SBHS reunion. Barrett see you on the other side my friend.
Barrett has been such a special friend … for nearly sixty years. He often took time to phone me just to check on my health, etc., and to chat as only he could do. I loved him dearly, and though I seldom saw him, I counted him as one of my best lifelong friends. Like so many others, I'll miss him. My love and condolences to his fine family. I know your grief is too deep for words. God bless you all. Love, Kay Nelson Weise, SBHS class of '57
Hand Salute to a fellow Veteran and classmate of Spring Branch Senior High School! RIP Charles! Larry, Class of '60 SBSH!
Dearest Carole & Family,
I was so saddened to hear of the loss of Barrett. You and your family have & will be in my thought & prayers.
Marie & Jim Pouns
The members of the class of 57 of Spring Branch will all miss Barrett. Fondly, Diane "Cookie" Koch Pringle