Wellesley, Massachusetts

Dec 20, 1942 – Oct 14, 2013


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BARRETT, Clara Hayes Age 70, of Hingham, Nantucket, and Palm Beach, known to many as Kim, passed away on October 14, 2013 in her home in Hingham. After a two-year battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrigs disease, Mrs. Barrett passed away surrounded by her loving family...

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Dear Peter,
I was so shocked to learn from you last night that you lost Kim! Seeing her picture and obituary brought back many fond memories and alleviated and amplified the sadness that Pat and I felt for you and your family.
Dan Holland

Peter,we are very sorry to read of your loss.Our heartfelt thoughts and Prayers are with you.
David J. Crowley M.D.
Martha C. Crowley

Dear Peter, I was so shocked and sadden to hear of Kim's death.What a light and always laughing, full of joy. My deepest sympathy to you and all of your family. Her light will continue to shine! Best, Fran Sargent

Dear Peter, Jon and Peter, We were so saddened to hear about Kim's death, and wish you peace and wonderful memories of her...She was always so caring and positive in her interactions with all of us, and we will pray for her to be at rest. Fondly, Jane and Jim Simpson

Dr. Barrett,
My deepest sympathies to you and your family. You are in my prayers.

During my time at Milton Academy with Peter Barrett Jr., Mrs. Barrett, and Dr. Barrett provided such a great example of how to treat people fairly and with love and understanding. As a young parent today I keep her influence
alive in my parenting style. My deepest sympathies to the entire family.

Dear Peter
I am so sorry to hear of Kim's passing. Your love for each other brightened the air that surround your beings. I always delighted meeting Kim at the Boston Design Center, where we got to swap family and design stories. My mom loved Kim, as she delighted sharing time with Kim's mom.
My love to you and your family.

Hello Peter, We had no idea of Clara's devastating illness. Our hearts go out to you and your boys, but for Clara our heart is broken. We are so sad that this terrible illness chose her to prey upon. Her happy and sunny smile and terrific abilities changed our world. She made the world more lovely. She is in our hearts, our long memories and our prayers. Mary and George Williams