Barry L. Hall

1951 ∼ 2021

Andy and Sharon Howard of Bourne,Ma wrote:

He was my friend. A good man. Honest,sincere and loving. We will miss him. I count it as an important part of my life that I was able to share time and laughs and friendship. Rest now Barry.

Jim and Julie Murtha of Downingtown, PA wrote:

Our daughter Laura and Barry’s daughter Amanda attended Elon University. It was during a family trip to Elon that we met Barry. Over time, we came to appreciate Barry the man. He was funny and exhibited such a love of life. We will forever remember the good times with Barry at Elon. He will be missed, and never forgotten.

Mike Mahoney of Bourne wrote:

Donna and family , I’m heart sick over the loss of Barry. He was one of the kindest men I’ve ever had the pleasure to know. We laughed often and I will always remember him. I am a better person for having known him. God bless you all. Goodbye my friend.

June Carroll of Dana Point, California wrote:

Dearest Donna and family, Even though many years have past I pray you find unending comfort in how fondly Barry is remembered by so many! We will always remember him as kind, and welcoming, but mostly he just created laughter and fun everywhere, and that included all of us. All of those attributes add up to leaving people with an over whelming sense of happiness in your presence. Thank you Barry!

Jeanne & Bob Lawton of Brockton, MA wrote:

Please accept our deepest sympathies. Our heart breaks for all of you. Barry was a wonderful person and always had a smile whenever you met him. Sending much love, thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. Love, Jeanne & Bob

Denise Bosworth of Bridgewater Ma wrote:

Donna I am so sorry for your loss.Barry was such a great guy he was such a good friend to Kevin. I remember all the golf tournaments. They had so much fun together. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers

Steven Paglierani of Marstons Mills wrote:

Rest in peace my friend

Paul Curtis of Plymouth wrote:

Deeply sorry to hear about Barry. He was a great guy to work with at the Steamship Authority. He always had a friendly word and smile .God rest his soul .

Robert G Cyr of Maryville wrote:

I had many great times with Barry on old Cape Cod. May you rest in piece my friend.

moe gosselin of pocasset ma wrote:

I worked on the eagle in hyannis. Looked forward to working with Barry always very helpful. We will all miss him. Moe

Sarah Huffman of Raleigh, NC wrote:

I’ll never forget him taking us “down below” in the boat. That skinny little metal ladder. He was so giving...wanting us all to have the opportunity to “experience” the boat. His spirit will live on. What a good man...taken WAY too soon. I love you all. Peace and hugs. ❤️

Danny and Alexa of Ashaway, RI wrote:

Only one we know who attended the historic event of Woodstock. Can't let you leave us without a shout out..SHA NA NA! We'll miss you,friend.

Peggy Dowd of Pocasset Ma wrote:

A good man gone to God.

Dino Ramos of W. Yarmouth, MA wrote:

Rest In Peace, Berry Hall!!

Muggs & Linda Dorgan of Carver, MA wrote:

Sending our heartfelt sympathies to Donna, Matt & Kim, Blaine & Amanda, Paw’s three grandchildren, and the entire Hall Family. We will miss Barry’s smile, our times together, his unforgettable sense of humor, and our lifelong friendship. There will never be another. Rest in eternal peace dear friend. Muggs & Linda

Bonnie O'Neill of Falmouth, Ma. wrote:

Donna and family, My sympathy to you and your family hearing of the loss of Barry. I worked with him at Falmouth Town Hall and he was such a wonderful guy. He was a very kind man with a wonderful sense of humor. We all loved working with him. May you cherish the happy memories. Take care of yourself.

DaveButcher of Acushnet wrote:

I met Barry quite few years ago at the Steamship Authority and i have to say he was one one of kindest,smartest guys i ever met, quick to solve problems on the Flying Cloud, and the Iyanough and other vessels, It was an absolute pleasure to see him when he came aboard always smiling stopping to talk ,laugh and joke with crew. He will be missed. Rest in peace my friend!

Tom Marks of Mashpee Ma wrote:

A great friend that will truly be missed. Rest In peace.

David and Sue Cyr of Raynham Ma. wrote:

Dear Donna and family, I have so many wonderful memories of growing up with Bruce and Barry. As hard as it is to say goodbye we will always treasure the many great times we shared with Barry. Rest well my friend until we meet again. Love Dave and Sue

Marcia L Cannizzo of Spring Branch, Texas wrote:

Dear Donna and the Hall family. My sincere sympathies are with you all. I know Barry will be sorely missed. I was friendly with Barbara and Betty in high school, and my late husband, Greg was good friends with Barry and Bruce, until his passing in 1978. My sister, Alexa and her husband Danny were friendly since junior high school with Donna and Barry, and many of their mutual friends. I hope Barry can put in a good word for us all with the Lord. We will be praying for his soul and praying that God will comfort all his family and friends with loving memories, always.

Kevin and Kathy Lyons of Pocasset, Mass wrote:

Donna and Family, We are so sorry to hear about Barry. He was a great friend and will be missed by everyone and will always be remembered.

Eladio Gore of Mashpee, MA wrote:

Dear Donna, I wish to thank you for having taken such good care of someone that I came to know and view as a dear friend. Your loving caring for Barry truly exemplified what it means to love and to cherish in both sickness and in health. For that I would be forever grateful, thank you so much for caring for him. Barry loved you and the children so very much. May the countless fond memories gently envelop you and warmly comfort you and your family. May the memory of Barry‘s kindness, calm demeanor, contagious laughter and above all his unselfish love for his family continue to bring a smile to your face and warm your heart. We will miss him very much and please know that he will not be forgotten! He will be remembered along with his other friends from Town Hall, Harry Silvia and Joey I. Lastly, Donna we pray that God will give you peace. Philippians 4:6,7 Encourages us “Do not to be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer.., let your petition to be made known to God, and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your heart and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” May God do that for you and your family! Love, Louise/Eladio

Daniel & Toni Miles of Wolfeboro NH wrote:

Barry you will always be Loved and Missed! Daniel & Toni Miles

Robyn Hendricks & Family of Waquoit, MA wrote:

Dear Donna & Family, We are so very sad on the passing of Barry, I had worked with him years ago at Town Hall & always remember him as a kindhearted & funny man, always with a smile & willing to help anyone. He will truly be missed by so many. We hope your wonderful memories will help ease some of your pain at this very sad time. Please know all of you are in our heartfelt prayers & thoughts. May He Rest In Peace.

Donald Montour wrote:

Best friend anyone could have. He'll never be forgotten So sorry for your loss

Joe Peltier of Falmouth wrote:

Dear Donna and family, Please except my most sincerest condolences. I can honestly say Barry changed my life for ever. Barry was a great Friend, Teacher and Mentor. After hearing of his passing I constantly find myself remembering all the work we did together and especially the golf and ski trips. They were all Unforgettable memories I will cherish.