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Barry Jonathan Panzer

Thailand - Barry Jonathan

Panzer, 55, passed away on December 27th after a courageous 2 year battle with cancer. He fought the good fight all the way with strength and dignity and passed peacefully with his loving wife Sawanee "Nui" Panzer and beloved friends Jacqui Suksamran-Borant and Malepho "Fon" George by his side.

Barry was born in Red Bank, NJ, and grew up in Marlboro, NJ, graduating from Marlboro High School in 1981. Among several jobs, he worked for Olympic Limousine for 15 years.

Barry was predeceased by his loving mother Joan Bartholomew Panzer in 1977, and is survived by his loving wife Sawanee "Nui" Panzer of Klong Prao, Koh Chang, Thailand, father Dr. Milford D Panzer and step-mother Diane of Jupiter, Florida, brothers William (Mary) of Suwanee, Georgia, Joel (Maureen) of Salinas, California and Stewart of Lakewood, NJ. He is also survived by his nephews Jordan and Philip Panzer, along with his loving Aunt Sandy, cousins and many dear friends.

Barry lived on Koh Chang Island, in Thailand, for the past 14 years and was involved in several business enterprises. His most shining accomplishment was Crust Bakery, which he ran with his wife Sawanee and assisted by a loyal staff of hardworking and kind people. Throughout his time living in Thailand, he had the opportunity to meet and befriend different people from all walks of life; many of those friendships lasting for years. They were indeed his family in the Far East.

Funeral services were held in the Wat Klong Prao on Koh Chang from December 28th through January 1st . Barry's father and brother Joel were in attendance.

If you would like to honor Barry's life, please make a donation to an animal welfare . And please take a moment to share an act of kindness and tell those close to you that you love them.

For letters of condolence, please contact Stewart Panzer: [email protected]
Published in Asbury Park Press from Jan. 20 to Jan. 21, 2018
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