Howard (Barry) Kirschbaum

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Barry - you are always in our thoughts . I was just telling a story the day of the many lunches with yourself and Ralph - still have the 20lbs . never forgotten.
John Nasisi, Colleague
Sep 11 2012 8:23AM
Barry - very much our visits to all the great deli's , along with Ralph . Between the both of you , i probably gained 15 lbs . God bless you
John Nasisi, Friend
Sep 10 2011 1:42PM
I knew barry for many years as he was one of my closest friends from the early 70's when he would tend bar at my fathers restaurant in manhattan, 'DENO'S' on 26th st and 3rd ave. he was the funniest guy you ever met and everybody loved him. I remember how much he loved his wife and his 2 children. I have only just found out that he passed that day and am deeply saddened. Life took us in different directions but i always will consider him one of my brothers (which he basically was for all those years) and will keep him and his family in my prayers
mark bogdanos, Friend
Nov 6 2007 11:52AM
Barry I miss your great sense of humor and straight forwardness . Your Work Order will forever be on my desk . I know your securing a greater place. Your Lock Buddy Lou the Lock
' Louie the Lock' Helstrom, Colleague
Jan 4 2004 6:52PM
My father will always be my hero. He is always in our thoughts and our prays. We love you DAD and miss you so much.
Lauren Kirschbaum, Family
Jul 15 2003 10:44AM
My sympathies go out to Barry’s family and friends. In addition to being the funniest person I know, Barry was a caring and helpful person. He always had a joke or something funny to say and willing to help. Barry and I were colleagues, he was responsible for the safety of our colleagues and I took care of the financials. The last project we worked together on was the security guard renewal contract. Barry made certain that the interest of the firm as well as the guards were addressed in the contract – he mentioned that his guards were underpaid by their agency and the main reason for an exceptionally low turnover in his group was due to his good working relationship with his staff. Barry and I got along well.
Perau Victor, Colleague
Jun 7 2002 11:25AM
'WHAT'S UP' That's what Barry would always scream at me when he walked past my desk. Barry had a great sense of humor and was the best.
Lauren Weeks, Colleague
Jun 4 2002 2:35PM