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Always a dapper dresser, frequently donning plaid sport coats, dark blue and camel blazers with accompanying brilliantly colored silk ties, he remained engaged in his profession and the community until shortly before his death.
He was a lifelong, faithful and active member of College Street/College Hills Church of Christ.
As a private in the 13th Armored Division, Alexander Boas found his only relative surviving the Holocaust in a concentration camp, a cousin and her husband and brought them to the US. Boas divided his time between business in Europe and the US. Representing artists here and abroad at the time of his death. Lovingly referred to as Uncle Pete by his many nieces, nephews and friends, he will be sadly missed by his children, son and daughter-in-law, Albert and Vincenza Casatelli of Utica, and daughter and son-in-law, Nancy Anne and Ronald Daubert of Warwick, NY; grandchildren, Jolene Casatelli, Peter Casatelli, Dr.
Barry had begun to develop an interest in the big band sound of dance music.
While a cadet at Castle Heights, he organized his own orchestra that played at several academy formals. Barry again compiled an orchestra that performed at university dances and other events. Barry began his pursuit of what became a successful career in the radio and broadcasting industry.
Barry often took lead roles in a number of local causes.
He believed an education to be a precious gift and supported public education locally and also supported Cumberland University and Friendship Christian School.