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January 29, 2005
This is a letter to my husband.

My darling Barry,

It seems that time has been both our friend, as well as, our enemy. It was good timing which brought us together at UCLA, considering I was a 4 year Senior and you were on the 6 year plan! In a short time we were married and after 23 years, we were still going strong. And they said it would not last! I think a few fraternity brothers were placing bets on how soon we would divorce! I guess we fooled them all!
Again time played an integral part in our lives when you began working in accounting and had to spend, what seemed like endless hours at the office! But no matter what, you always figured out how to spend time with me and later on with our son, Gentry.
As the other children started arriving, ( Brenden , Natalie and Pierce), there was nothing you cherished more than the time you spent with us…coaching or rough-housing with the kids and just watching sports or movies at home.
Regardless of the time demands of your work, you were able to teach your children well. You were proud of them and found joy in their individuality.
Now you have been taken from us prematurely. We had just started talking about how we would celebrate, in a couple of years, both your 50th Birthday and our 25th Wedding Anniversary. A party was a must, but so was a trip to London, Dublin, Madrid and Paris. However, time has dictated that I must carry on without you!
I promise you that I will turn the children you were so proud of, into 3 decent loving men and one great woman.
And, although visiting Paris, Madrid and the British Isles without you will be bitter-sweet, your children and I will make the trip and we will carry you in our hearts where ever we go!

In addition, just as you wore your wedding ring for 23 years, it is now time for me to wear it close to my heart for the next 23.

Our hearts are broken…but the say, time will heal the pain.
Hold Spencer tightly in Heaven…kiss him for me!
In time, I will rest next to you on this earth & our souls will be together for eternity in Heaven…
….You were their one and only dad and my one and only love.


All my love…your bride
January 29, 2005
My dad was a great person! He would always make me laugh when we were messing around. My dad was a great coach in sports and I liked it when he coached my teams with me and my cousins in basketball. I miss my dad very much and I wish he was back.I miss going to the carwash with him after my games. I miss all of us sitting together watching UCLA games at home.
January 28, 2005
I met Barry when I was almost 11 yrs. old when my sister, Gilda, started dating him. From that moment on, he always treated me like his little sister from helping me with homework, teaching me to play backgammon, helping me write my speech for 8th grade student council elections, to visiting me in the hospital (by himself!) after my surgeries when I was much older. I have so many fond memories of the times when Barry and Gilda would let me tag along with them to UCLA football and basketball games, movies, restaurants, trips to the mountains or Palm Springs, and so much more. He was a great big brother and I will always love and miss him.

He was a great uncle, too. My daughter who's 3 yrs. old already asked me where her Uncle Barry was. I told her he's up in heaven holding her cousin, Spencer's hand.
January 28, 2005
MOLLY
I WAS SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOSS, PLEASE KNOW OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THIS VERY TOUGH TIME. IF YOU EVER NEED TO TALK JUST KNOW "THE BENCH" IS ALWAYS OPEN. MUCH LOVE LORI MAC AND ELDINA