Barry-Lersch-Obituary

Barry Lersch

Denver, Colorado

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L ersch, Barry Lee 65, of Aurora, CO, passed away Oct. 4, 2009. Survived by his long time companion of 25 years, Linda S. Zacheis, brother Michael (Kathi) Lersch; sons Scott, Jason and daughter Brea. Private memorial planned. Contributions to B.A.T. Baseball Assistance Team Fund, 245 Park...

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Today is birthday and we miss not being able to celebrate another year with you. You are in our hearts today as we remember you a very special way.
Love,
Linda and Phoebe

I was a fan of his when I was in HS. So sorry to hear of his passing. Condolences to the family

Barry Lersch was the starting pitcher in the first Major League game that I ever attended at old Connie Mack Stadium in Philadelohia. His name has stayed with me all of these years. Very sorry to learn of his passing. I will always remember Barry.

To Mickey,Kathi, Linda, and the Lersch Family, We hope our prayers will lift you up! Although we only met Barry several times, Barry was a great person and Mickey's big brother. Mickey adoured Barry as youngsters, always playing ball, of course! May relationships develope between Mickey's neice and nephews, as they were Barry's children. May each of you be comforted being in Jesus hands.
Sally and Jeff Thompson

Linda and the Lersch Family,

I am very sorry to to hear the bad news of Barry's passing. I have many fond memories of Barry from the softball days in Casper and Big Piney, Wyoming! One of my best memories is when Barry and Charlie Orr drove to Casper from Denver one weekend and spent the night at my new home of two weeks and decided to rearrange my neighbors sprinklers so they would water my lawn and not theirs. About two weeks later when their yards were all burnt up and mine was...

to Linda nad the family which certainly includes his group of special friends from his days in Wyoming, Barry was a unique character and special friend, we add our prayers Karl /Lynda Ruud-Calgary

To the Lersch Family,
I am very saddened to hear of the death of Mr. Lersch. You do not know me but I have been a lifelong Phillies and Barry Lersch fan stemming from an act of kindness that Mr. and Mrs. Lersch did for me way back in the summer of 1971! I was a young medical student at that time and working my way through school as a vendor at the stadium during summer breaks. While working one warm day, I stopped for a rest near a seat where Mrs. Lersch was sitting and began speaking to...

Linda and the Lersch family,

Jackie and I are saddend to hear of Barry's passing. We have many fond memories of Barry from the softball years in Wyoming, the hunting trips, raft rides and especially his giving heart. We will truly miss him, but will always have a special place in our hearts as a very good friend! And as I suspect Barry would say, "Don't ya know"!

God Bless you and all the Lersch family!!

Otto and Jackie Windholz
Houston, Texas

Mickey and Kathi,

I am sorry to hear about Barry's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Teri Jones