Robert Joseph Barry
February 27, 1926 ~ March 30, 2023
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas
Robert Joseph Barry was born February 27, 1926 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota to loving parents Paul Edward Barry and Gladys Hanson. He passed away the evening of March 30, 2023 at the age of ninety-seven, surrounded by his family, playing his favorite music.
Robert was nothing short of an extraordinary man. He served our Country fearlessly for several years, in both the United States Air Force and Navy. His tenacity and fighting spirit carried over well after his Combat days. Robert enjoyed gambling, horse racing, and spending time with his family, all of which he loved dearly.
Robert is preceded in death by his loving wife of over forty-five years Vera Anne Barry, both parents, as well as his children Victoria Barry, Cynthia Barry, Joseph Barry, Kimberly Barry and Jeffrey Barry. Left to cherish his memory are his daughters Stephanie Cox, Jacqueline Barry, Rochelle Barry, son Michael Barry, and son-in-law Mark Cox. He is also survived by twenty grandkids, twenty-two great grandkids, and two great, great grandkids.
Robert leaves behind a life and legacy that will not soon be forgotten. He will be missed dearly by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.
Rest in peace Mr Barry. I will always remember you. Thank you for your service 🙏
Thank you ♥️
We all loved you uncle Bob so much. You were a wonderful person and always put a huge smile on all our faces as soon as you walked in a room. You will be missed so much.
Sweet words Karina. So true ♥️
My condolences to the family.
Thank you ♥️
Fly high Bob! Your family here will miss you so much but it will be a comfort to them to know you will having a wonderful reunion i heaven with your wife and other family. You made a great impression on all who met you and we knew right away what a terrific man you were. I know you will be keeping an eye on your family from afar and guiding them.
Thank you for the kind words Joyce.♥️
May you Rest In Peace Bob. It was surely a pleasure to have met both you and Vera. Glad that you were part of our lives. To our dear friends Stephanie, Mark and family, our deepest condolences. Your friends Connie, Pete, Angel, Rocky, Leah and Niko Ortega.