Yousri Hanna Barsoum

11 novembre 194419 février 2021

Dr. Yousri Hanna Barsoum was born November 11, 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt. His parents were Dr. Hanna and Mary Barsoum. He is survived by his brother Dr. Adib Barsoum and his sister Magda Youakim. He is the loving husband of Samiha Barsoum for 45 years. He is the dedicated father to three daughters, May Bedros, Myra Katzmann and Nadia Barsoum, and two sons in love, Sam Bedros and Jeremy Katzmann. He is the gentle grandfather to five grandchildren, Christiana and Gabriel Bedros, Yasmine, Giselle, and Amariah Katzmann. He graduated from Victoria College, Alexandria. He completed his Bachelor of Engineering from Alexandria University. He served in the Egyptian military during the Seven Day War. He completed his Doctor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He loved his family, and enjoyed time at the beach and the gym. He served every one that asked for help joyfully. He served faithfully and nobly. Most importantly he loved The Lord.

“Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord” Matthew 25:21


  • Funeral Service

    lundi, 22 février , 2021

  • Interment

    lundi, 22 février , 2021


Yousri Hanna Barsoum


Nancy and Emad Daoud

26 février , 2021

Dear Samiha,
We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Yousri’s passing.
We have lost one of the kindest and gentlest people we have ever had the privilege to know.
We will cherish our great memories of the wonderful times we spent together in St. Louis.
Our prayer is that the lord grant you His peace and mend your hearts with His healing touch. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

Mona Elias

26 février , 2021

Very sorry to hear this sad news .I know it is hard to lose a loved one but our only comfort is that he is in heaven praying for us. He was such a great man and his memory is eternal. I keep you in my prayers Samiha 🙏🙏🙏

Peter Shawki

25 février , 2021

My sympathies, prayers and condolences to the extended Barsoum family on the passing of Uncle Yousri. I appreciated the times he took interest in how things were going in my schooling and his care for those in my family. We will certainly add him to the prayer list of those reposed. May his memory be eternal.

with love in Christ,

Macaulay Osaisai

24 février , 2021

Dear Samiha,
We lack the words to express our saddnes in hearing the news of Yousri's passing. Yousri was a big brother, a great friend and a mentor. You
and Yousri made us part of your family over the many years and the thought of never seeing him again is difficult to imagine. Yousri, was kind, loving and elicited the best in others. It is our hope that the loving memories Youri shared with you, May, Mira, Nadia, the grandkids and the family; will give you fortitude and courage to bear the loss.
May his soul rest in peace.
Our sincere condolences to you and the family.
Macaulay & Cathy Osaisai

Mike Gabrawy

22 février , 2021

Dear Samiha and family,

I was shocked to hear the news, Uncle Yousri was always a model father, husband and Christian. His influence and gentle grace were evident in everything he did. He was a blessing and an inspiration to all who knew him in St. Louis and beyond.

Our prayers are with you Mai and Mira during these difficult times. Please take comfort in knowing he's at peace with the Lord.

All our love,

Mike and Laila Gabrawy

Hani and Liliane Hanna

22 février , 2021

Precious is in the site of the Lord the death of His saints. Yousi; you were a blessing and a role model to your family and everyone else who came in touch with you. We love you and your family. Our assurance that you are home with the Lord. Till we meet again. Chapeau.

Hani & Liliane Hanna

Camil & Pam Youssef

22 février , 2021

Dear Samiha and family,
We were shocked to learn of the passing of Yousri and are deeply saddened for you and your family.
Camil has many special memories of his time spent with Yousri on the beach in Alexandria. Yousri will always be remembered for his gentle spirit. When Yousri started his first year of engineering Camil was in his last year. We remembered the time too when you came to Canada for a wedding of one of our relatives and our son, Andrew babysat your youngest daughter, Nadia.
May God surround each of you with His loving comfort in your time of loss and give you strength.

Ramy Youakim

22 février , 2021

With deep sadness we heard the news of Youssri's sudden passing. I cannot really find the words that would express our feelings without recalling the memories of a vibrant, gentle, decent young spirit that we looked-up to in our youth. He had an incredible gift of communicating joy with affection and care to people around him with a beautiful and peaceful smile. Youssri was our star.
May the Lord rest his soul in peace along with all our dear family members and friends that preceded him, bring comfort to his family and loved ones and shine his star in our memories forever.

Ramy and Amira Youakim

Laila Gabrawy

22 février , 2021

My Dear Sameha,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.In the eyes of memory there is no death.
Yousri was a brother to us.He was full of love and respect to everyone.
God repose his soul in the paradise of heaven with Jesus Christ and give you strength and Yousri is praying for you and your family.
We love you Sameh’s and you are in our prayers,
Love Laila Gabrawy

Magdy and Samia Boghdady

22 février , 2021

Youssy will be greatly missed! Such a loving and caring personality. Our sincere condolences to Samiha, May, Myra, Nadia, Christiana, Gabriel, Yasmine, Giselle, Amariah , Adib and Mogi. May the Lord rest Youssy's soul in piece and grant you and the extended family hope and trust in eternal reunion.