Carl F. Barron Ph.D.

September 7, 1916February 16, 2014

Carl F.Barron, Ph.D.,97, of Belmont on Sunday, February 16, 2014. Beloved husband of the late Ruth L. (Tarutz). Loving son of the late Etta (Frank) and Robert L. Barron. Devoted father of Diane Davis & her husband Sidney of Naples, FL, Dr. Arlene Seal of Pittsburgh, PA, Judith Lambert & her husband Richard of Vista, CA, Lynne March & her husband Harold of Canton, MA, and Kenneth Barron & his wife Marian of Weston, MA. Adored grandfather of Bethany Niazian, Leslie Reagan-Caer, David Seal & his wife Marta, Adam Yawnick & his wife Aimee, Randall Barron & his wife Kathleen, Rebecca Litvak & her husband Richard, Sivana, Emelia and Robert Barron. Cherished great-grandfather of Nicholas and Abigail Niazian, Jace Yawnick, and Ashley and Drew Barron, Ari, Alejandro and Andres Seal, Kian Reagan-Caer, and Nathan Litvak. Dear brother of the late Stanley P. Barron & his wife Lois. Also survived by several nieces and nephews and many dear relatives and friends. Services at Beth El Temple Center, 2 Concord Ave., Belmont on Thursday, February 20 at 10AM. Burial will follow at Adath Jeshurun Cemetery, Grove Street, West Roxbury. Memorial observance will be at the Mount Auburn Hospital on Thursday from 5-8PM and on Friday from 5-7PM. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Barron Center for Men’s Health, c/o Mount Auburn Hospital, Development Office, 330 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 20, 2014

Carl F. Barron Ph.D.

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Bob Kuller

September 2, 2014

Carl was my landlord when I owned a business in Cambridge. He was an honest and generous man, and I always felt respected by him.

Charles Ogletree

March 2, 2014

The loss of Carl Barron is a lost to us all. Two years ago I visited him at his home with Rev.Leroy Attles and Henrietta Attles. It was a blessing for us all.Rest in Peace my

February 22, 2014

Dear Lynne and Kenny,

I am saddened to hear of the passing of your father. I remember when I first met him on the Cape in 1968, he was somewhat reserved but what really impressed me about your father was his vast desire for knowledge. The last time I saw your father he was surrounded by his business associates and friends and it was easy to see how many people respected him just as I felt your father respected me the very first time I met him (I felt the same way about your mother too). Mr. Barron was not a "sign of the times", he was ahead of it.

My condolences to the entire Barron family.

Paul Michael Perry

February 21, 2014

My sincere sympathies to your family. It's always so sad to lose someone close. May you find comfort at Acst 24:15

Michael Guleserian

February 20, 2014

To the Barron Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this diffucult time. Mr. Barron was a special man. We will all miss him.

George Fantini

February 20, 2014

A life well lead and a legacy to be well remembered by the countless numbers who were privileged to cross in his path. I was one of those lucky folks having met Carl over 50 years ago. A true gentleman.

Clinton Williams

February 20, 2014

My deepest condolences to the Barron Family. Mr. Barron was a great person, who always lived life to it's fullest. I only hope that I have as much energy as he did when I get to that age.

Martin Ssekyewa

February 20, 2014

I met Uncle Barron in 2011 as a Cambridge college student, he made me as his own and welcomed me as I am. The knowledge and wisdom you have imparted upon me has been a great help and support throughout my search for the right career. I am not there yet, but I believe my success would at least in part due to your sincere support and mentorship. You will forever remain a major contributor behind my success and achievements.To you dear family, please accept my sympathy.

Martin Ssekyewa

February 20, 2014

Thank you for letting us share on your Fathers' love and wisdom. His legacy will live to flourish forever in our hearts.

February 20, 2014

My deepest condolences to the entire Barron Family on the loss of this very wise and generous man. During my tenure as the Executive Director of the Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center, his support and generosity were an essential part of my time at the organization and what the organization is today. The Hildebrand and I have lost a dear friend. May God be with the entire family in this time of sorrow and loss.
Joyce Mathon Trotman, Boston, MA