Sharon Marie Barr

Jan 7, 1938 – Jan 4, 2015

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Sharon Marie Wren Barr  passed away peacefully at home January 4, 2015 at the age of 76.

Sharon or “Sherry” was preceded in death by her husband Dr. Robert E. Barr, her son Robert E. Barr Jr. and her brother William R. Wren. She is survived by her brother Russell A. Bucy Col.(Ret.) (Lynne Bucy) of Gig Harbor, Son Christopher E. Barr PhD. (Jayme Barr) of Clayton CA, daughters Denise E. Barr Gregg of Maple Valley, Kerry M. Barr of Snohomish and Allison D. Barr of Everett. She also leaves behind her grandchildren: Lindsey Gregg Henry (Justin Henry), Ryan Barr (Anna K. Scott), Ashley Gregg Ryan (Pete Ryan), Jason Barr (Joanna Preston Barr), Nathan Barr, Skye Morse-Hodgson, Erin Gregg, seven great grandchildren and her “grand dog” Tika Marie.

She was born January 7, 1938 in Seattle Washington. Sharon was a 1956 graduate of West Seattle HS and was a long time residence of West Seattle. During her life she was an avid horsewomen, skier and gardener who loved music, poetry and her classic 1956 Chevy Convertible!

 

Sharon retired from Minor and James Medical in 2002. During her retirement she enjoyed frequent family gatherings, memorable trips to Kalaloch beach and watching her beloved M’s and Hawks - diet Pepsi in hand!

You are invited to post your memories on the memorial Facebook page for Sharon M. Barr. There will be a small celebration of her life in the following weeks, date to be posted on Facebook. In lieu of flowers please send remembrances to the ASPCA.

 

 

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Russell Bucy
Gig Harbor, WA
Apr 2, 2015

Sharon, you'll always be in my heart, and we'll all meet again in spirit. Your work here is done, and fine work it has been. It's for your family that remains to carry on your legacy of love and laughter, always keeping you, Mimi, Bucka, Bob, Robbie, Bill, Gerry and Big Grandma close in our hearts. This is not the end, it's just a blink in the meaning of life, and as my Big Sister, you're blazing a trail we must all take one day as we pass beyond the great veil suspended around us. Love, and GGWY, your little brother, Russell Alan

Randy D. Scott
Ocean Shores, WA
Jan 11, 2015

I met Sharon in 1955 when I went to live with Alice and Russell Bucy with one of my younger sisters - Darlane. We lived with them for several years. I remember Sharon very fondly - she was immediately my big sister - I appreciated her kindness, help and teaching. I liked it when her And Bob (Barr) took me swimming down at Kennydale Beach. I lost contact with her and the Family - sorry about that. May the Creator welcome Sharon with open loving arms. My condolences to her family.

Mary Kaiser Ploudre
Kirkland, WA
Jan 11, 2015

I just learned of Sharon's passing from her cousin Valerie Copp, who is my close friend, and wish to express my sympathy to Sharon's whole family. Sharon was a high school classmate of mine. I have fond memories of riding the ski bus with her. We'd sing on the way home and Sharon knew all the lyrics to every song. My husband and I had the pleasure of visiting her a few years ago at her home in Arlington..

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