David E. Barbrie
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Lessons learned from David E. Barbie; Eat the pizza, Take the swim, Go to the party, Don't be silent when dealing with sextists, facists, racists or mean people, Accept yourself wherever you are at this moment, Love your family, Spoil your grandchildren, Play your music loud, Laugh even louder, Vicks Vapor rub can fix anything, Pancakes work for any meal, Celebrate holidays like you are a child, You are never too old to be a ladies man, Drive fast, Take the trip, Pack light, Let your children be who they need to be, Clothing is optional, Go to Burning man, Biting your finger relieves stress, Change your oil on time, Beware of identity theft, Watch the Sopranos, Don't eat sugar free gummies, Love never dies, Forgive and than forgive again, and especially dont fear the reaper.

David E. Barbie, 64, passed away on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. He was the 3rd son of Nicholas and Gloria Barbrie of Millville, MA. He leaves behind his beloved siblings Christine Pontus, Nicholas Barbrie, Deborah Philips, William Barbrie, Michael Barbrie, Wendy Baxter and Lorna Ward. He was the husband of the late Diane Gauthier whom he missed dearly. He was the father of Andrea Barbrie and Natalie Barbrie. He was the grandfather of Luc Duval, who was the love of his life.

He was a brilliant computer technician with over 40 years of experience. But most of all, he was a kind man who believed in a better world.

Funeral services will be postponed until it is safe to gather. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Disable American Veteran Association at dav.org located at PO Box 14301 Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301.

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Published in Woonsocket Call from Apr. 12 to Apr. 13, 2021.
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April 14, 2021
What a beautiful obituary!
I knew him from high school but knew his sister Deborah the most.
Very nice family.
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to the whole family at this sad time. I'm sure he'll be missed very much !
Cheryl Hebert-Nault
Classmate
April 13, 2021
My deepest expressions of sympathy to the entire Barbrie family. May he rest in peace. And may the family feel the comfort and peace of the Lord through this difficult time.

A Millville friend,
Jane M. (Salome) Pouliot
JaneM. (Salome) Pouliot
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