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Barry King Barnhouse

BARRY KING BARNHOUSE, aged 76 years, beloved husband for 31 years to Barbara (nee Gorman), dear father of Robin Prudhoc (Gordon), Suzanne Cad (Guy) and Rebecca Pollock, loving grandfather of 6, devoted son of the late Donald Joseph and Esther (nee Wilkinson), cherished brother of Donna Dunn and the late Rosalie Judy, Wayne and Joey, fond uncle.

Barry was born on March 17(St. Patrick’s Day) in 1942. He was a graduate of Shaw High School and originally worked as a plastic foreman for various companies. Music and electronics were always a big part of Barry’s life. His favorite music was smooth jazz. He had an extensive knowledge of computers and electronics. He stayed busy in his later years, working at various jobs. He worked as a pizza delivery person, landscaper, driver, handy man and volunteered in social work. He will be missed.

Funeral services Saturday, July 14, 2018 at the funeral home at 11 AM. Family will receive friends to pay tribute and celebrate the life of Barry at THE DeJOHN-FLYNN-MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME OF WILLOUGHBY HILLS, 28890 CHARDON RD. (between Bishop Rd. and Rt. 91) FRIDAY 3-5 PM AND SATURDAY 10 AM UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE.

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  1. LeslieBeth Metzenbaum Linder :

    Barbara,
    You and Barry were wonderful next-door neighbors on Verona and we were sorry to lose you. I remember the four of us painting our garage together which I was just thinking about the other day as it is time to do it again. We had a lot of laughs at your picnic table too.

  2. Barb,
    I remember you and Barry as my across-the-hall neighbors on Noble Rd.
    Barry was the kindest, friendliest and most thoughtful neighbor imaginable. So many times I’d come home after an exhausting day at work and hear a knock on the door – there would be Barry’s smile behind a warm piece of pizza. I remember the season of fudge – when Barry was in search of the perfect recipe. And I will always remember Barry’s thoughtfulness when I see gladiolas – he planted them along the driveway where I could see them blooming from my kitchen window.
    My deepest sympathy to you and your family; a light has dimmed in the world with the loss of Barry’s smile and heart-warming kindness.

  3. Dear Barb and Family sorry to read about your loss.

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