Maureen Barry

VISITATION

Sunday, January 23, 2022 at Coombs Funeral Home, Placentia from: 12:00 - 1:30___________________ Out of an abundance of caution, we will continue to operate at 50% capacity (20 people per visitation room at one time and 50 guests, including staff and the officiant, for chapel services). All guests attending public visitations must be fully vaccinated and will be required to show proof upon entry. For those unvaccinated, a private viewing can be arrange

FUNERAL SERVICE

Coombs Memorial Chapel, Sunday January 23, 2022 at 2:00 P.M.__________________________________ Out of an abundance of caution, we will continue to operate at 50% capacity (20 people per visitation room at one time and 50 guests, including staff and the officiant, for chapel services). All guests attending public visitations must be fully vaccinated and will be required to show proof upon entry. For those unvaccinated, a private viewing can be arrange

INURNMENT

Coombs Memorial Cemetery

DONATIONS

DAFFODILL PLACE,ST. JOHN'S

Obituary of Maureen Barry

Maureen Barry October 28, 1943 – January 19, 2022 It is with broken hearts we announce the passing of an incredible Wife, Mother, Sister, Grandmother, great-grandmother and friend: Maureen Barry at the age of 78 years old. Predeceased by her parents, William and Gertrude King as well as sister Rose, and sister-in law and very special friend Lou” and brothers Pat (Geraldine), Joe, Rick and Dan and brother-in-law Ernie. Leaving to mourn, her loving husband, Gerald Sr. and seven children: Tony (Paula), Teri (Donald), Gerald Jr.(Peggy), Pearl, Dave (Eileen), Brian (Tammy),Rodney (Vanessa) and her special dog Tiny. Also leaving to mourn her beautiful 17 grandchildren, especially “her angel” Kimberly, and 8 great-grandchildren whom she absolutely adored and spoke of daily. Also, sisters Kelly (Dave), Claire (Phil), Ann Marie and brothers William (Jean), Gerry (Paula), Mack (Mary), and Don (Theresa) also her in-laws Theresa, Shirley & Cathy. Maureen had the kindest heart you would ever meet. If you didn’t see her with a bag of berries, then chances are she had a pack of cards or a fresh baked cake or dessert ready to deliver to someone. She was always willing to help or greeted you with a smiling face. Maureen had the biggest heart and such a positive outlook on life no matter what was thrown at her, even battling with cancer three times, she is finally resting peacefully. A special thank you to Maureen’s nurse Nicole Richardson for going above and beyond for all her needs and taking such good care of her. We will love you always and we now have a special angel to watch over and protect us. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Daffodil Place in memory of Maureen. Out of an abundance of caution, we will continue to operate at 50% capacity (20 people per visitation room at one time and 50 guests, including staff and the officiant, for chapel services). All guests attending public visitations must be fully vaccinated and will be required to show proof upon entry. For those unvaccinated, a private viewing can be arranged.
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