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Barry Spencer

Barry G. Spencer

Saturday, March 10th, 1934 - Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Barry G. Spencer of Hauppauge, NY on April 2, 2020. Barry was born in England on March 10, 1934. He served his country in the British Armed forces. He had the perfect British accent and is truly one of a kind.. He was a hilarious man that loved sharing stories especially with his grandchildren cherishing all the memories of sleepovers and late night ice cream sodas. He had a huge heart and was always ready in a moments notice to show care and help to others, especially his family. He was truly dedicated to his family and showed by example what true love and marriage is and how the love of family is the utmost important . Barry is now reunited with his beloved true love Patricia Spencer. Loving father of Donna (Michael) Roseman and Linda (Daniel) Braga. Cherished grandfather of Justin, Hailey, Katelyn, Julianna and Daniel.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 5th, 2020 |
    When
    Sunday, April 5th, 2020
    Location
    Branch Funeral Home
    Address
    190 East Main Street
    Smithtown, NY 11787
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    Private Family Only
  • Service

    Sunday, April 5th, 2020 | 3:00pm
    When
    Sunday, April 5th, 2020 3:00pm
    Location
    Branch Funeral Home
    Address
    190 East Main Street
    Smithtown, NY 11787
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Posted at 06:52pm
Dear Linda, Dan and family
Harry and I were so sad to hear of the passing of your dad. To be sure this has been a very difficult year for your family. Although we did not know your dad very well, we know from hearing you talk about him how close you were and how much you cared for him. Unfortunately due to current circumstances we cannot be there for you but please know we are thinking and praying that you will get through this terrible and sudden loss. Stay strong keep your head up and think about your parents happy together in heaven.
Love Kathy and Harry Herzog
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Andrew Richards

Posted at 05:12pm
Dear Donna and Linda. The world is a poorer place for the loss of your dear Dad Barry, but he has left the lives of people he knew so much richer. His proud legacy is two beautiful daughters and the families you have created with your fine husbands. You can be as proud to have had him as your father as he and lovely Pat were proud to have you both as their girls.
I only spent small amounts of time with Barry being 'over the pond' in England but I remember his ready chuckle and the twinkle in his eye, his plain speaking, and his positive view of life and his genuine interest in others. By the way - over here we always thought he had developed an American accent ! He always struck me as someone who was generous both in kind and in spirit, and above all else he loved his family. The pain of his sudden departure will pass and leave you free to treasure the good memories you have,
I have had the privilege to watch the Service online today and my heart goes out to all of you. Thank you all for sharing this moving moment with us.
Take care and God Bless.
Love
Andrew
The photo was taken in August 1951 at Dyson and Sheila's wedding. Barry, a few years younger, standing between his uncles Harry (Dyson's father) on his right and Joe Black on his left. On the front row left to right are his Auntie Dora (Dyson's mother), his mum, Auntie Floss and Cousin Dot.
 
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Donna Roseman Posted at 01:02am

Beautiful Andrew thank you so much . Love the photo , was there one more sister my dads mom had ? I remrnber Auntie Dora , she was your grandmother right ? I loved her . Love Donns
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Anthony Teta

Posted at 04:19pm
Donna & Linda,
memory to share..
Bahamas many years ago, before we had children of our own, we were still children !
My Dad, Uncle Tony, crashed your parents family vacation~ so the memory.. Uncle Barry PARASAILING high over the beautiful water ‘ and us watching~ as I recall HE went 1st?! & then I went~ so beautiful from high above and I hope his view now is far better! and am confident he is smiling the certain way only he does.

 
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Donna Roseman Posted at 01:03am

Love you and loved this memory and the photos Love Donna
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Diane Begue

Posted at 03:54pm
Dear Family, so hard not to be there
With you in person, but I was in thought and prayer, and the visual service. I don’t have to tell you how I feel, I will truly miss him . He was one of a kind, and yes him and your Mom should have had there own show, I love them both so much.
 
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Donna Roseman Posted at 01:03am

Love you thank you love Donna

Peter Smith

Posted at 03:51pm
Dear Linda and Family,
I was so sorry to hear about your dad. My deepest condolences.

Virginia Smith
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