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Barry Stephen Silverstein

Barry Stephen Silverstein

Mar 15, 1950 – Jan 15, 2018

Preceded in death by son, Benjamin Alexander Silverstein; father, Saul Silverstein; mother, Irene Feirburg Silverstein.  Barry is survived by his wife, Cheryl Silverstein and their daughter, Hannah; his adult children: Marta Keller (Kyle) and Sarah Moline (Kevin); stepson, Robert McCollough; stepdaughter, Lindsay Harrington (Paul J.); sister, Robin Mancino; grandchildren: Isabelle, Ethan, Liam, Owen, and Hadley; nephew, Joey Mancino; special mention of Robin Enscoe, Cheryl’s sister, who has lived with his family and been his healthy cook for 2 ½ years.

The family will receive friends on Monday, Jan. 22nd from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel.  PRIVATE INTERMENT: Tuesday, Jan. 23rd at 10am at Evergreen Memorial Park.  CELEBRATION OF LIFE ON Tuesday at 6:30pm at Creighton Prep Sullivan Center, 7400 Western Ave. (use west entrance).  Memorials are suggested to the Creighton Prep “Barry Silverstein” Scholarship Fund.

A more detailed obituary will follow.

8 Comments

  • Chad Cunningham Posted January 19, 2018 9:12 am

    Find solice in the fact that Barry lived the example of love for all who remain to follow. Blessings

  • Sandy tom keeling Posted January 19, 2018 9:37 am

    Sarah and family ,we are so sorry to hear about your dad.its always so hard to loose a parent.may God watch over you all!!

  • Al Nardone Posted January 19, 2018 10:22 am

    I am shocked and saddened of the news of the passing of my good friend Barry Silverstein “Brooklyn.” Barry and I attended college together for three years and because I was a fellow New Yorker (originally from the Bronx) we had a lot in common. We lost touch for a number of years, but reconnected and our phone conversations were always entertaining. I will sure miss his voice and our discussions. I have great memories of my friend who was like a brother to me. “Brooklyn” was a great guy; a very kind person with a big heart. I will always remember his big smile. Rest in Peace my brother; may God be with you. My deepest sympathy to his wife Cheryl and the rest of the family. May God Bless you all during this time of mourning.

  • Bob Beaver Posted January 20, 2018 12:12 pm

    My friend of almost 50 years from the time we started at Peru State College in 1969. He was a dynamo at Peru, with so many friends. Everyone knew “Brooklyn”. A talented baseball player he led the Peru team with a .458 batting average his first year. He made so many friends over the years and never forgot them, calling people all over the country. Rest in Peace buddy.

  • Robin Enscoe Posted January 21, 2018 6:55 pm

    Barry was a wonderful man who I loved dearly. He has a special place in my heart. I loved cooking his meals every day and how he would complement them with his famous words to me “You out did yourself again kid”. He was on a low sodium diet and I would go through every recipe and figure out how much he could have. I am going to miss laugh, sitting down to talk to him, joking with him, his love for music and football and his hugs and telling him I love him! The house seems so empty without him. I know he is finally out of pain. I love and miss you Barry!

  • Sheri Kirk Posted January 22, 2018 12:18 pm

    Barry also did basketball games at Duchesne Academy when his schedule allowed. His humor and iconic “one………..and one” and nicknames for the players made those games so much fun. Sitting next to him keeping the scorebook allowed me to get to know him and appreciate his compassion, his wit and his incredible memory. I think he remembered every player from Creighton Prep and their number and sometimes their stats. Barry was an amazing person and I was blessed to know him.

  • Thomas & Jeane Meier Posted January 22, 2018 5:38 pm

    Barry and I worked at the Post Office together on the west dock for over 20 years. If I was having a bad day “the Stein” always was able to come up with the right words that lifted me up to where I needed to be. Our mutual passion for music made the physicality of the job tolerable. I will miss my BROTHER BARRY deeply. As one Vietnam veteran as I am I salute my dear friend and fellow Vet “the Stein.” God bless you brother Boots on the wire!
    Til we meet again my brother…………….

  • Rebecca Ryan Posted January 22, 2018 10:18 pm

    Barry will be missed. He was a delight… always sharing his knowledge, clever stories and a contagious smile at Creighton Prep baseball games. Heartfelt condolences to his family, his friends and all who knew him, and knew of him….

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