Julius Dennis Barron

October 22, 1931April 22, 2021

Julius Dennis Barron, age 89, died on Thursday, April 22 2021 in his home surrounded by his beloved wife, Lorraine and his two daughters, Stacie Prince and Leslie Mazen.

He was born October 22, 1931 in Bronx, New York to Fanny and Irving Bzezensky. He lived in a one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, New York with his parents; sister, Estelle; and brother, Robert. He graduated from Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, New York and then went on to attend and graduate from City College in New York City. He met Lorraine List and married her on December 5, 1959 at the Kingsway Jewish Center in Brooklyn, New York.

They set up their home in Brooklyn, New York and had three children: Stacie (Prince), Leslie (Mazen) and Adam. After outgrowing their home in Brooklyn, they moved to Rockland County–Monsey, New York. It was the first home both Julius and Lorraine owned. Later on, they purchased a beach home in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

Julius worked for MPO Videotronics for over 40 Years. He worked his way up the corporate ladder all the way to Vice President.

Julius loved going to the beach, fishing, gardening, travelling and most of all, spending time with family. Julius had an uncanny ability to make everyone he encountered feel special and heard. His generosity in spirit and philanthropic ways extended to all in need: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, American Cancer Society, Autism Speaks, St. Jude's, All Children's Hospital, are just a few examples.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Lorraine; his sister, Estelle (Steinberg); his children: Stacie and Steven (Prince), Leslie and Robert (Mazen) and Adam and Maria; his five grandchildren: Jordan Mazen, Andrew Prince, Zachary Mazen, Jesse Mazen and Epifania Barron. He is preceded in death by his brother, Robert (Bzezensky).

As per Lorraine Barron’s request, all donations should go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation ( or Hospice & Palliative Care-Charlotte Region, North Carolina (


  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, April 25, 2021


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