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Barry Paige Neville

Berlin, Maryland

Jul 13, 1958 – Oct 8, 2018 (Age 60)


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Barry Paige Neville, age 60, died on October 8, 2018 at Peninsula Regional Hospital. Born in Salisbury, he was the son of the late William P. Neville and Ruth Mae Baker Neville. He is survived by his wife Karen Callahan Neville, and brothers Thomas Allan Baker and his wife...

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Prof. Neville was one of my favorite professors at Salisbury University. I had him for a World Religion history class and it was a class that I thoroughly enjoyed. I am very saddened to hear of his loss but take comfort in the fact that I knew him for a short time and that that time was quite influential in my life. Thank you, Prof. Neville and all my love and prayers to your family and friends.

Offering our sincere condolences. May the God of love comfort your heart and make you firm in your time of grief. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17.

Prof. Neville was the most influential teacher in my days of school. His passion for teaching and history transformed and shaped my views on life and history. I keep the notes that I took during his class till this day and I am gladly turning to them when I need a refresher on history! The notes will always remind me of his good spirit, I remember everything about how he said it, how he smiled what joke he made when he talked about the history topic. You will be remembered forever by your...

Barry I always told you how proud your Grandmother was of you. How true! RIP, Barry

So sorry for your loss, I spent a total of 13 years in post high school education.
Obtained an associates, bachelors, 2 masters, and a doctorate. By far Professor Nevilles, history class in the spring of 1990 at Salisbury Stare was my favorite. Awesome teacher! Prayers for the Lords comfort during this difficult time.

Mrs Neville, I am so sorry for your loss.
I thought alot of your husband, he will always be in my heart. He was an amazing History Professor and a wonderful person. I was one of his students that hated history because, I thought or was nothing but having to memorize dates. But, he opened my eyes and now I have the passion of learning more and more about history. My husband always loved history and now we enjoy it together, exploring every historical sites or museum we can find. ...

I have not lived on the Eastern Shore for more than 35 years but when my mother told me of Barry's passing, it was very sad news. I remember Barry from Shockley's Store where he worked in the late 1970's and he was a few years ahead of me at Stephen Decatur High School. It makes me very happy to learn that he became a beloved history professor because I remember he loved history. He always had a smile and a kind word. I'm not surprised that he became a volunteer clergy at the hospital. ...

Karen, I met you thru the Worcester county library board about 12 years ago. You are such a nice person, I am sadden to learn you have lost your husband! I pray Gods Blessings on you.

Very sorry for your loss. I had not seen Barry since we were children. I am his mother's cousin. Blessings to all of the family.
Betsy Baker Tucker