Marilyn (Cross) Barry

Born: Wed., Feb. 22, 1950
Died: Wed., Oct. 24, 2018


Funeral Service


Visitation

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Tue., Oct. 30, 2018
Location: Scott Funeral Home, Inc.


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Marilyn (Cross) Barry, 68, of Bristol, passed away Wednesday October 24, 2018 at her daughter’s home.

Marilyn was born in St. Johnsbury, VT, February 22, 1950. Prior to her retirement she was employed as a legal secretary. Marilyn loved bingo, the casino, fairs and The Clan at her apartment building.

She leaves: 3 daughters, Melissa Barry of Bristol, Tammy Barry of NY and Dianne Walesewicz of Torrington; her grandchildren, Paige Masse, Derek Smith, Sara Barry, Brianne Smith, Jacob, Megan and Lucy Walesewicz and Jessica Bower; her great grandchildren Adrianna Masse, Tomas Homar, Julianna and Eva Rodriguez.

Relatives and friends may call at the Scott Funeral Home 169 Main St. Terryville, Tuesday from 6 to 7PM

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karen e piorkowski
   Posted Sat October 27, 2018
miss my best friend you will be truly missed rest nicely now no more pain will sure miss you

L. Foster
   Posted Sat October 27, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the friends and family of Ms Marilyn. We will never get used to losing our love ones in death. The reason is because we were created with everlasting life in view. (Ecclesiastes 3: 11) To learn more, please visit jw.org and view the faith strengthening Video: What is the condition of the Dead.

Donna plourde
   Posted Sat October 27, 2018
So sorry to hear. I worked with her years ago at atty grabowski she loved her bingo!

Jennifer Weigold
   Posted Tue October 30, 2018
I have lots of memories of Aunt Marilyn and Uncle Pete. I remember how proud she was when my sister and I opened up our talking Cabbage Patch dolls. Smile so big you couldn't see her eyes. She was always into every holiday, decorating and dressing up with the festivities. Even though I wasn't in touch with her lately I still thought about her often , she was one of a kind. My condolences to Dee, Tammi, and Missy. Your mom was a great lady with live for everyone. Live you Aunt Marilyn, give Uncle Pete my love too. Heaven better get ready for you two being together again.

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