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On youtube tonight and ran across the video of Jeremy's interview with O'Reilly. I totally agree with what you said and was disgusted with how you were treated. I offer my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your precious father.

Posted by Kathi Baker

Saw o reilly interview of Jeremy. BillO. Should be ashamed. He should never have used your parents. Deepest condolences even after years I know it still hurts. Honor to your father and good thoughts for the family.

Posted by Irene Powell

Throughout the planning process for the forthcoming reunion for the R-MC Class of '68, classmates have regularly thought of Barry. At the 50th Reunion Banquet, we will call out the names of all of the classmates who have passed away since graduation and I wanted you to know that he would be remembered. At the conclusion of the weekend, class members will visit the veterans' memorial and will also pay respects at Barry's brick on our alumni pathway. Please know that if family members would like to attend the 50th reunion, we would be happy to have you as our guest for the 50th Reunion banquet on Friday, June 1. On behalf of the members of the Class of '68 and all alumni, please accept our continued thoughts and prayers for your family.
Alice Lynch, Executive Director of Alumni Relations at Randolph-Macon College

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In Remembrance
Age:
55
Place of Residence:
Wayne, NJ
Location on 9/11:
One WTC
Occupation:
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey | Risk Manager
Reflections:
Barry H. Glick Charitable Trust Foundation
Biography:

Barry Glick was a devoted and loving husband and father, but most especially, a gentle and caring man. He always listened and offered simple kindnesses to those in need. He used patience and humor to teach and inspire confidence in others. His optimistic point of view, generous nature, and love for life strengthened and enriched the lives of his family. We love and miss you. Judy, Jeannie and Jeremy