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Gilbert Barron

Gilbert Lee Barron

October 16, 1924 - March 15, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 | 9:30am
    When
    Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 9:30am
    Location
    Virtual Funeral
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    Please click the view the webcast link above to watch the funeral service.
  • Shiva

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    Virtual Shiva
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    via Zoom link
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    Virtual Shiva will be held: Wednesday at 7 pm, Thursday at 8 am & 7 pm, Friday at 8 am, and Sunday at 8 am & 5 pm.

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    Meeting ID: 833 9913 8265
    Password: 813348

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Donations are being accepted for:
B'nai Israel

27 Lloyd Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Obituary

Gilbert Barron, of Pikesville, MD, passed away on Monday, March 15th, 2021 at the age of 96. He is survived by his loving wife Carolyn Barron (nee Levin), and his children Laura (Elli) Lieberman, Marc Barron, and Ava Barron (Harry) Shasho, his grandchildren Ori Jacob Lieberman, Evan Emanuel Lieberman, Ross Taylor Barron, Daniel Barron Shasho, and Benjamin Barron Shasho. Mr. Barron was predeceased by his sister Shirley B. Dogoloff, and by his parents Ida and Daniel Barron.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Bnai Israel Congregation, 27 Lloyd St., Baltimore, MD 21202-4606, www.jewishdowntown.org/payment.php.
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JACQUELINE M POLASHUK

Posted at 09:15pm
We are so very sorry for the loss of beloved Gilbert. Sending our condolences, thoughts, and prayers. My mom, Harriet Toback, sends her deepest sympathy to Carolyn and family.
AH

Alan Hess and Debbie Hess

Posted at 08:47am
We are so very sorry for the loss of your father. We loved him very much and have wonderful memories of him. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
S

Shelly E. Mintz, President B’nai Israel Congregation

Posted at 12:54pm
Words are inadequate to express the grief I, and the entire B’nai Israel family, feel at the loss of our precious Gil Barron. Seeing Gil each Shabbat, hearing him at the Bima, sharing Kiddush, and just seeing his smile meant the world. We loved sharing his birthday each year as we celebrated his ever youthful spirit and joy. A small piece of the Barron family history graces the synagogue’s descendants day site celebrating the role of your family in both B’nai and the entire Baltimore community. Anyone who attended college, did graduate work or was employed in downtown Baltimore happily remembers being sustained by lunches from Barron’s Deli in the Market. Gil remains a Baltimore and B’nai treasure. When we can reopen the sanctuary at the synagogue again I hope that the Barron family will return to the shul to truly celebrate our beloved Gil Barron and share memories in person at a kiddush in his honor. Truly, I can think of no one more deserving of being honored by our community. May his memory be a blessing to you
G

Scott Gordon

Posted at 11:04pm
I knew Gill through my Aunt Billie and Cousin Fred. He always greeted us with a smile and kind words. May his family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Yerushaliam.
SS

Susan Sennett

Posted at 08:30pm
Laura, Ava and Family,
So sorry for your loss, an amazing man and a beautiful loving family , I pray you find comfort and solace in you memories and the love we all have for you.
GF

George Faber

Posted at 07:51pm
As a grandson and great nephew of my own family members who had businesses in the golden age of Baltimore , and cousin of others and decorated WWII vets who had deli/ meat businesses similar to yours in Union Market DC, I always regaled trading stories with the great elderly personalities that made Jewish downtown what it was and should have always been and gave back. We've lost some real greats this year. Gil was one of the last and best and I must say I admired him even more as one of the yungeleit who helped him navigate the services a little better and looked out for him. We're all better for having known him, without a doubt ; an era has truly ended but the memories of this entire generation will surely never fade away
ER

Etta Rosen

Posted at 04:48pm
Ava and Harry I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Good memories from long ago. Stay well💕
HS

Herb Sweren

Posted at 04:36pm
Dear Carolyn and Family,
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Gil was a lifelong cherished friend. From meeting as teenagers at Gleiman's Drug Store, to years supporting our businesses at Lexington Market, to recent days at North Oaks. I will miss my friend. Wishing you peace and warm memories.
CA

Clint Altman

Posted at 03:48pm
My deepest sympathies to Carolyn and the rest of the family for your loss. I got to know Gil through my job in the North Oaks fitness center, and his many, many walks on the treadmill. I always enjoyed talking with him and hearing his stories anytime he came in to workout. He was beyond kind to me and was a genuine pleasure to be around. My heart goes out to Carolyn, and the rest of his family. Thank you for sharing him with us.
RG

Randi F Green

Posted at 11:27am
Carolyn, You and Gil were such good friends and fellow canoers with my mom and stepfather, Flo and Sy. I have many fond memories of times shared together. In recent years, Gil always greeted me so joyfully when our paths crossed at North Oaks. I’m sending virtual hugs. May his memory be of a blessing.
MK

Margie and Amir Krell

Posted at 11:20am
Uncle Gil was very special. He was a doer and lots of fun. He inspired me to be positive and happy. We love you Uncle Gil and will miss you.
FC

Fern Cohen

Posted at 11:04am
Dear Family, Sending you hugs . Gil was such a special man . May his memory be for a blessing . Love, Fern, Sam, Josh, Ian and Rachel
CG

Caren Shasho Gresham

Posted at 10:28am
So very sorry for your loss, May his Life be A Legendary Blessing. Sending love and prayers to the whole family.
SB

Susan Baer

Posted at 10:28am
What a beautiful service that so perfectly captured Gil's joyful spirit, loving heart and love of life! May all of these wonderful memories be a blessing. Thinking of you all and holding you close in my heart. Much love.
HG

Howard Goodman

Posted at 10:24am
So sorry for your loss, may his memory be for a blessing.
BA

Baltomore City College Alumni Association

Posted at 10:22am
To all who mourn for
Gilbert L. Barron
the Officers and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.
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Wendy Richmon Quartner

Posted at 10:19am
I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to your family. I feel like I have known him my whole life because Carolyn and my mom Ethel Leventhal Richmon were friends as young girls.
MD

Marty Disney

Posted at 10:06am
My deepest condolences to the entire family. While our paths crossed but briefly, Gil left an indelible impression. A good businessman, devoted family man and pious member of the community; a person could do well following his example. My loss that our paths didn't cross more.
May the family only know the warmth of good memories and may his name always be for a blessing.
S

Shirley Brown Chase

Posted at 09:12am
Gil is the husband of my dearest long time friend Carolyn. He was a wonderful person, a loving husband and father, and grandfather.
My deepest sympathy to the family.
Shirley Brown Chase
JS

Judi Snyder

Posted at 08:10am
Please accept my deepest condolences. Our families go way back to Beth El Hebrew school days. My sister Beverly (besides being friends with Laurie) worked at Lexington Market for Mr. Barron. I was so happy to see and talk to Mr. Barron at North Oaks! What a reunion! I know that his memory will always be for a blessing!
E

Ezra Buchdahl

Posted at 08:09am
My deepest sympathy on your loss. I have fond memories of seeing his smiling face at KSDS. It was clear his family brought him great joy.
CB

Cari Glick Becker

Posted at 07:47am
So sad to see this Marc.. may the memories of your dad comfort you during this time....thinking of you..
NL

Noella Lallatin

Posted at 07:45am
I am sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences.
JS

Jeffrey Saval

Posted at 07:07am
Mr. Barron was a very nice man and will be missed. My condolences to the entire family.
LB

Linda Barron

Posted at 07:38pm
Carolyn, Laura, Ava, and Marc,
My deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your beloved, Gilbert. Gilbert was a second cousin of my husband, and I always enjoyed chatting with him at family gatherings and at B"Nai Israel. He approached everyone with a smile and a warm greeting. It was obvious that family was a central part of his life, and I know he will be truly missed by so many.
IM

Ira Malis

Posted at 07:35pm
Dear Barron family:

Gil was my father’s best friend, one of my earliest bosses at the Lexington Market, and a good friend to me later in life. I enjoyed our Yom Kippur’s spent chatting during the breaks, and our trips to various casinos with Fred. Gil led the services at both of my parent’s Shiva houses. I cannot think of Gil without smiling. I will miss him tremendously.
AK

Alan Kanter

Posted at 03:34pm
Dear Barron Family,.
I am so sorry for your loss. Gil was a client of mine in the early 80’s. Whenever I would meet with him at Lexington Market, he made sure I was served a delicious corned beef sandwich. It was the best! Gil was a wonderful person who I always enjoyed conversing with when we attended services. I will miss him. May his memory always be a blessing.
R

Ray and Doug Fisher

Posted at 02:29pm
So sorry for your family's loss of this special man who was very loved. We know you will carry on his tradition's and his legacy. He will always be close in your hearts and your fond memories.
Much love,
Ray and Doug Fisher
PS

Paul Schneider

Posted at 02:10pm
Dear Family,
I remember seeing Gil and Carolyn at all of the Schechter programs for Ori, Evan, Daniel and Ben. I also remember greeting them on Shabbat mornings at Chizuk. But most of all, I remember how beautifully Laura and Ava took care of their dad. Wow! They set the bar for כבוד אב ואם !
May God bless this beautiful family, and may the memory of Gil bring you strength and joy for many years to come.
AM

Andy Malis

Posted at 01:51pm
To all the Barrons - Gil was my Dad's best friend and your family was the family we never had. He was one of the greats and is irreplaceable. I was so lucky to know him.
EB

Erika Agetstein Buchdahl

Posted at 01:22pm
I am sorry for you loss. I have fond memories of chatting with him at KSDS. May his memory be a blessing. Thinking of the family at this difficult time.
TF

Tamie, Dave, and Rebecca Flax

Posted at 01:18pm
We are saddened to hear about the passing of Zayde. He truly was a wonderful man. He will be missed. May his memory always be a blessing.
IW

Ilyssa Wexler

Posted at 01:06pm
Uncle Gil was a super special man. We love you all and wish we could hug you. Love from Italy- ilyssa, Mirko stella & sebastian
FS

Fred Shoken

Posted at 01:06pm
I am so sorry to hear of Gil's passing. He was a true mensch. I will always remember his davening at B'nai Israel's Shabbat services on Lloyd Street over many, many years. Gil aways seemed to have a smile on his face, and a kind word on his lips. He was happy to contribute in anyway to our shul. He will be deeply missed. I wish to express my condolences to his family. May his memory be a blessing to all who knew him.
NO

North Oaks

Posted at 12:49pm
On behalf of the North Oaks community, we extend our sincerest condolences on the passing of our resident, Gilbert Barron. Our sympathies are extended to the entire family. He will be missed by all the residents and staff and remembered fondly.
CC

Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Posted at 12:40pm
The Chizuk Amuno synagogue community expresses our sincere condolences on the passing of our membr, Gilbert Barron. We extend our sympathies to the entire family. May you find comfort in your memories.
GB

Gerri Baum

Posted at 12:19pm
To the Barron Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Gil. It was nice to see him in shule at times with Ava and family, and I remember him driving around in his cute little sports car when we all lived on Byron Rd. in days gone by. May his memory be a blessing to you and all who loved him.
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