Dear Alice and Family,
George was indeed a very special man to all of us. The Woodfield days were very special to me and to my sons, getting to know and love George and his family. I can only imagine how much he will be missed. Our deepest sympathies for all of you.
Heidi, Arthur and Chris Levy
George Barber meant a lot to many people. What is more important he was a man of God.
Mr Barbar was a giant . His kindness, compassion and dedication are forever etched in our hearts and minds. He never hesitated to offer a helping hand;to friends and strangers. May we remember him well by following his example in life.
Dear Alice and Family:
You and George were very special to both of us and all our family.
George will always be missed .We all love you and your family.
Although it has been some time since I have visited with George or his family, I recall fond memories of his kindness and support during my public career. Martha and I would like Alice and the entire Barbar family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time.
Working for The Barbar Group, and briefly directly for George Barbar himself, back in the late 80's was an incredible learning experience, one I have always appreciated.
Your family's great love for each other and familial strength was always an inspiration and I hope you will carry his wisest and best qualities within all of you. It was clear to everyone who knew him how proud he was of his family.
It seems fitting to end this note to all of you - his beloved family - with the complimentary close he placed on all his letters. I am sure you can each picture his smile as he wished it to everyone, applying it equally to their professional and personal lives --
I wish you all the success in the world!
Desiree McKim (nee Granrose)
Dear Allice and Family
Please accept our deepest sympathies
on your great loss. George will always live in our hearts. We considered him part of our extended family. I'm glad that I had the chance to spend some time with him a few weeks ago.
Our prayers are with You and your family.
Sandra and Steven Mintz anf family.
To My Fellow Realtors Anthony and Andrew and their Family,
I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your father. I just lost my sister and although we hate to see them ill, we are never ready when God decides to take our loved ones home. As a believer, I wear an inner smile when I think of family members who have passed as I know that there is a wonderful place for their spirits to soar to where their is joy and love unending.
Your father can also rest for awhile, as I know he did a wonderful job in raising his boys. Anthony is a kind gentle man and Andrew is my patient teacher and mentor in the arena of real estate governmental affairs. Surely your father is a proud Papa.
Let us continue on life's path showing those that have gone before us that we shine every day for all that is loving and good.
Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
My sincere condolances to the family
He will be missed , The Hatem family offer sincere condolances to all the family and may God's bleesing be with them
Dear Alice & Family:
I was so sorry to hear of George's passing. I remember with fondness of my family's time in Kingston and the true friendship and help given so generously by George and all of you.On behalf myself and all of my family I wish to extend the sincerest condolences and sympathy. As George was a very good Christian in thought as well as in action and I am certain of that he has been welcomed in Heaven and is having a wonderful Lebanese feast with all the angels and his friends who have gone before!!
Dear Alice, Anthony, Philip, Vicky, Johnny and Andrew,
I was very surprised to hear of George's sickness a few weeks ago and then to hear on Sunday of his going home to be with his Lord was a surprise. It was a stark reminder of my own dad's passing at the same age of 74. I know the deep sorrow you are feeling at this time. God's grace will prove to be sufficient today and the days ahead. As Christians you will experience the peace and comfort only He can give at this crucial time. Remember to trust in the Lord and not yourselves. He will care for you. Take comfort knowing He will hold you in the palm of his hand. I remember with fondness working with the family on the 6th floor. It was wonderful to get to know and love all of you. I have some precious memories of those days. Our love, prayers and sympathy are with you at this time.
God bless all of you,
Linda and Bob Hafler
Brevard, North Carolina
Joseph and Samira Ajlouny of West Bloomfield, Michigan and snowbirds to southern Florida offer their deepest condolences to the family. George was a gracious man and we will not soon forget his kindness and hospitality to us, and indeed, to the entire Melikite Christian community. We will remember him and his surviving family members in our prayers. May his memory be eternal.
Your entire family is on my heart and in my prayers during this difficult time. Yet, I cannot help but smile imagining Mr. Barbar's contagious smile in Heaven-enjoying the many who have gone before him.
May the God of all compassion give you His peace.
We were so saddened by this terrible news. We have many memories and my family sends their love. You will be missed alot. Your father was a wonderful and caring man.
ROBERT AND VIRGINIA VERRILLI
In 1981 I met George and for watched him shape the future of Boca Raton. A visionary with a profound feeling for family and a life of integrity. One of the last of a special group who cared about their adopted Country and fellow human beings.
My entire family wishes sincere sympathy to the family of George Barbar. My personal experience with the Barbar Family has always been one of absolute integrity. George was a great leader and an asset to Boca Raton community.
Gary and Vinnie Gordon, Rob and Gail Gordon, Merri and Ian Koolik, and all of the Gordon family, as well as the entire Gordon Homes organization wish our sincere condolence to The Barbar Family
Carol and I were saddened to learn of George's death. We have enjoyed his and his family's friendship since they came to Boca Raton in 1974 and have shared many happy occasions. His gentlemanly manner and generosity, whether evidenced by building a demonstration project in downtown Boca, or taking the Boca Raton Community Church choir Christmas carolling on the "Lady Alice", are but a few of the ways he left his mark in Boca Raton. We are privileged to have had George, Alice, and their family as our friends-and extend to them our deepest sympathy.
So sorry to hear of Mr Barbar passing. I lived in Boca from 1983-1990. I met him several times and he always had time to talk and kind words. When I travel to Boca and see downtown and play at Woodfield I will think of him. He will be missed.
We met thru business associates in
Kingston, Ja. during 1960's. You
kept your word. The Hedges family
left Ja. after selling Ariguanabo
Textile Mills. We lost sight of
you, as we dispersed. WE pray that God opens the doors to his Kingdom
for you. Further, that you live in Glory under his eternal reign.