Raymond G. Barber

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Raymond G. Barber

August 24, 1944 - February 08, 2019

Raymond G. Barber Raymond "Pops" G. Barber, 74, of True Brook Road, Saranac, N.Y., passed away on Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, at his home with his family by his side under the care of Hospice of the North Country. He was born in Chazy Lake, N.Y., on Aug. 24, 1944, the son of Antonie and Dora (King) Barber.
Raymond served in the United States Navy Sea Bees during the Vietnam War. He married Agnes LaFountain in Jan. 29, 1970. Raymond was a professional diesel mechanic and jack of all trades. He had a great love of animals, especially his dogs Banjo and Gizmo.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, spending time with his family and being outdoors.
Raymond was predeceased by his parents, a brother Junior Barber and a granddaughter, Kirsten Nolan.
He is survived by his wife Agnes; their children, Karen, Brad and Tim; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblings, nieces and nephews also survive him.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are entrusted to Brown Funeral Home, 3 Park Row, NY 12918. Online condolences may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com
Published on February 11, 2019
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4 posts

Melinda Breyette
Feb 14, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Ray was a huge part of my childhood from journeys to valcour island with my parents (Ralph and Kimberly). You will be missed. I’m glad I had the chance to meet you, you were a wonderful man. I will always remember you.
Ronnie Brown
Feb 11, 2019
Raymond; you are missed. It"s like Aggie said, it felt weird to look towards the computer and not see you sitting there with that miini attack dog sitting on your lap. I am very sad for your loss Aggie and Brad, Karen and Tim and grandkids. I love you Aggie.
Mary higgins
Feb 10, 2019
The endless memories will forever put a smile on my face. One of my favorites was at his retirement party. We were walking toward his garden he was talking about the (#’s of corn seeds) he ordered and I was thinking to myself who orders that much seed for a home garden. He turned looked back at his guest and said I really didn’t want a retirement party but it is really nice. He always had smile on face but that day it was just s little bit bigger. The look on his face distracted me and I never got to ask him why so much corn.
K
Feb 10, 2019
Carol...so sorry. Prayers to you and all of the family.