OBITUARY

Warren Barry

November 1, 1923October 20, 2011

H. Warren Barry died gracefully October 20th 2011 surrounded by his family and friends. He had a passion for flying and was the proud owner of a Beach craft Bonanza. He was an instrument rated pilot and a member of the Quiet Birdman. He loved to fly and he and his wife were blessed to travel to many parts of the world.

Warren was a Sergeant in the Marine Corps serving in the South Pacific during World War II. After the war he went on to earn a Bachelors in Business from the College of Idaho. He was a partner in Volco Building Supply and Pipeco Inc.

Warren had four daughters and in 1973 he married Alma Fischer. She became his "co- pilot" and together they explored the world.

Warren had a love for people and community. He was a chaplain in the local jail ministry , a long time member of Gideon' s, a Rotarian Idaho District Governor and served for over a decade on the Twin Falls County Fair Board. He was also a Philanthropist and Entrepreneur.

Warren, we will forever remember your kindness, generous spirit, smiling face and passion for adventure.

A special thanks to Alliance Hospice and Home Care and loving appreciation to Phyllis Silva who cared for Warren to the very end.

A celebration of Warren’s life will be held at 11:00 a,m., Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at Twin Falls Reform Church. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers that memorial contributions be made to Gideon's International, PO Box 871, Twin Falls, Id. 8330. To share a memory of Warren or offer condolences to Warren’s family please visit www.whitemortuary.com

Services

  • Celebration of Warren's Life Tuesday, October 25, 2011
REMEMBERING

Warren Barry

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY

receive updates when new memories are posted

RECEIVE UPDATES

October 31, 2011

A few years back when Alma and I were tap dancing together with the "Top Hat Tappers" of Twin Falls, occasionally, Warren would join us at a local restaurant for lunch. He usually would sit, accompanied by another gentleman, next to our table and I always enjoyed his presence and cordial conversation. The obituary is precious and I'm sure Warren and Alma had a wonderful and compatible life together. My heart goes out to Alma, Helen and all of Warren's family. Pat Banning (Hagerman,ID)

October 26, 2011

Hello...My name is Gordon Houston (Bountiful,Ut) It's been a long time since I have seen or been in contact with Mr. Barry..My father (Ellis Houston) and Mr. Barry were very good friends..I met Mr Barry in the late forties..He was the Scout Master/Leader of the Scout Troop I was in...Looking back, he had (in my opion)a great influence in and on my future..I don't remember the year, Our Scout Troop was at summer camp at Alturas Lake...While sitting around the camp fire at night, he told us about the Boy Scout National Jamboree ..He got be interested..Mr. Barry helped me set-up an account at the Scout Office in Twin Fals. With his encouragement, I worked and save enough money to attend the Boy Scout National Jamboree at Vallley Forge Pa...Without his influence and encouragement, I dought if I would have gone...I remember going to his place...I think, from west five points I went North, I don't remember the street,then I turned west, a few housed on the right was his house...I remember helping him around the yard....He always had time for me...I think he had a couple of young daughters...Not sure....Other than my Dad, I feel Mr. Barry was one of the few people in my life that had the biggest influence on my future....Many Many THANKS.......
......Gordon Houston..Bountiful, Ut...

Roger Warner

October 24, 2011

My deepest condolences to the Barry family. Warren was a very kind and loving man and a wonderful friend of my parents, Gerry and George Warner. May our good Lord comfort you in your sorrow.

Shirley Williams

October 24, 2011

I'll never forget when you and Warren flew my mother to Las Vegas for her very first plane ride. She loved it. Alma I am so sorry for your loss and also sorry that I can't be there Tuesday to help celebrate Warrens wonderful life. I have to go to Salt Lake for surgery but you will be in my prayers. Love, Your cousin Shirley and Cliff Williams

Ray and Janet Goffin

October 24, 2011

To Alma and Family: It was our pleasure to build a home for you and Warren just a few years ago. Warren was an honest, thoughtful man with great integrity. We enjoyed getting to know him and his many stories. Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time.

Con Paulos

October 24, 2011

What an amazing person Warren was, I cherished knowing him and working with him and Alma on 55 Alive, and so many other activities. He was so generous to me personally when I arrived in Jerome and he had been established in business for years before I came! I will truly miss seeing Warren as I always did when I visited the Twin Falls Rotary Club! God's speed to his family!

dave warner

October 23, 2011

what a warm and genuine man. my prayers go out to the whole family. may He surround you in His comfort.

dave warner (george and gerry's son)

Margie Miracle

October 23, 2011

As a child, my parents, Frank and Harriett DeLuca, were very good friends with Dave and Emma. I have very fond memories of trips our families took together as well as picnics, cook outs, etc. Our most sincere condolences go out to the entire family, especially Cindy who Ken and I grew up with and were in school with. May all your wonderful memories help comfort you and warm your hearts in this most difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Most Sincerely,
Margie and Ken (Mackey) Miracle

Paul G. Brown

October 23, 2011

While in high school and a member of the Twin Falls cadet squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, I had an opportunity to fly with Mr. Barry on several occassions (mostly search and rescue exercises). Mr. Barry's love of flying and his interest in helping young people develop their interest in flying as well to see them succeed in life was most eveident. I enjoyed each opportunity I had to fly with Mr. Barry. His love of life and sense of humor was very contagious to all those around him. It was an honor to have known him. Please know that mine and my family's prayers are with your family, at this time.

White Mortuary and Crematory "Chapel by the Park"

October 22, 2011

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.